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  • Japan's Meiji quits China's dairy sector

    2013-10-25 11:47

    Meiji Co, the well-known Japanese confectioner and dairy product maker, will stop selling baby formula in China because of intensified competition.

  • Q & A: Yuji Miyamoto Way to go for China, Japan

    2013-10-25 07:05

    The China-Japan relations have been stuck in a stalemate since September 2012. People of insight in the two countries are pooling their wisdom, trying to find solutions to the situation. China Daily Tokyo Bureau Chief Cai Hong had an interview with Yuji Miyamoto, adviser to Japan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and former ambassador to China before the 9th Beijing-Tokyo Forum, which is due to convene in Beijing on Oct 26-27. Miyamoto is also chairman of Tokyo's Miyamoto Institute of Asian Research.

  • A dual balancing act

    2013-10-25 01:15

    The autumn of 2013 is a busy season for China's diplomacy. The successive visits of President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang to Central Asian countries and Southeast Asian nations as well as their presence at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), APEC and East Asian summits have demonstrated the top priority that the new generation of Chinese leadership has given to Asia.

  • Southeast Asia Action

    2013-10-25 01:15

    In the half year since the inauguration of China's new leadership in March, Xi and Li have on various occasions met with state leaders from nine of the10 ASEAN nations more than 20 times, a high rate of frequency rarely seen between China and countries from other regions.

  • DPRK's reasonable concerns should be addressed

    2013-10-24 21:19

    China on Thursday responded to a Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) statement giving conditions for nuclear disarmament by saying that its reasonable concerns should be addressed in order to properly settle the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.

  • 21 killed in northern Thailand bus accident

    2013-10-24 14:59

    Twenty-one people were killed, 18 others injured on Thursday as a bus plunged into a ravine in northern Thailand, local media reported.

  • Manila mayor to apologize over HK deaths

    2013-10-24 07:44

    The mayor of the Philippine capital will formally apologize over the deaths of eight Hong Kong tourists in a 2010 hostage crisis.

  • Afghan forces kill 48 Taliban fighters in 24 hours

    2013-10-23 17:01

    Afghan police backed by the army and the NATO-led coalition forces have killed four dozen Taliban militants across the country over the past 24 hours.

  • China's experience to help Asia manage disasters

    2013-10-23 16:45

    A international forum on community-based disaster management has been held in Zhejiang province, focusing on how developing countries can increase resilience to disasters.

  • Google disaster map aids Australia against bushfire

    2013-10-23 11:32

    The US based internet giant Google has provided a national disaster map of Australia, helping the country to fight against the current serious bushfire threat.

  • Dark side to Japan's official image

    2013-10-23 09:06

    Japan's Maritime Self-Defense Force is launching a charm offensive to attract young Japanese.

  • UN films highlight rise in HIV cases among women

    2013-10-23 00:52

    The number of women living with HIV is on the rise, suggesting the need to improve women's rights, UN Women urged during a documentary film screening.

  • Group a building block for Africa

    An unusually heavy downpour hit Durban for two days before the BRICS summit's debut on African soil, but interest for a better platform for emerging markets were still sparked at the summit.