Mon, 15 Sep 14
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Podcastoftheday: 15th September 2014
Fri, 12 Sep 14
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English Newspaper article analysing why British so obsessed with China’s Ming Dynasty .
Thu, 11 Sep 14
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Lawyers representing Chinese human rights activist Yang Maodong are refusing to attend a scheduled trial on Friday as they protest the court for not letting them to copy court files that are crucial to the case. Guo Feixiong is believed to have been prosecuted for organising a demonstration in support of the editorial staff of the newspaper Southern Weekly in early 2013 in the city of Guangzhou. Speaking to BBC Chinese’s Martin Yip on Thursday, Mr Guo’s lawyer Chen Guangwu says he and his colleague have been negotiating with court officials on this matter for quite a while.
Wed, 10 Sep 14
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Alibaba, the largest e-commerce company, become the topic of British newspaper reports before its impending IPO in New York exchange.
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