Fri, 27 Mar 15
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The British press was discussing the fear that CCDI chief Wang Qishan has created among officials as well as management of many state-own companies. Guardian also mentioned the West was trying to understand China, but don’t expect trust.
Thu, 26 Mar 15
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A panel consisting of intelligence and security experts concluded that China’s Huawei poses “no threat” to national security.
Wed, 25 Mar 15
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How Far Will China’s Free Trade Test Goes?
Tue, 24 Mar 15
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Singapore’s first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew, whose ‘pragmatic foreign policy’ still draws praises and criticism, was the middle-man between Taiwan and mainland China in the 1990s. Both sides called him an old friend when he died aged 91 on Monday. Are changes to be expected as Singapore enters pose-Lee Kuan Yew era? Chen Gang, researcher at National University of Singapore, shares his view with BBC Chinese.
Mon, 23 Mar 15
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Mr. Lee Kwan Yew , the late founding prime minister of Singapore has been actively involved cross straight relationship and go between China and Taiwan until he retired few years ago, but out of what reason? Mr. Chien foo who was the Taiwanese foreign minister back in 70’s and befriended with late Mr. Lee for 40 years speaks to BBC Chinese:
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