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... stabbing attack in China's Shaanxi province. A knifeman attacked the group of 19 students near a school in Mizhi County as they were on their way home. One suspect has been arrested, state news agency Xinhua reported. Reports in Chinese media said the attack had taken place near a middle school.
BEIJING — Seven Chinese middle school students died Friday when a man attacked them outside their school in northwestern China, state media reported, and 12 more were injured. The attack happened around 6:10 p.m. outside a school in the town of Mizhi in Shaanxi province, China Daily reported.

Seven students have been killed in a stabbing attack at a high school in northern China, according to local officials. The attack in Mizhi County of Shaanxi Province was allegedly carried out by Zhao Moumou, aged 28, according to the province's official Weibo account. Zhao allegedly stabbed the students ...
Sheng Siong has also added a subsidiary in Kunming, in China, which opened in November 2017 and turned in a loss of about S$100,000, in line with the group's forecast. It said that it will promote its brand in China "through the operations of the supermarket, and is mindful that brand-building requires ...
The missionaries soon took over two newly established parishes — Nancheng in Jiangxi province and Huzhou in Zhejiang province. ... Since then, many of the missionaries have traveled to China and served in the three provinces of Hubei, Jiangxi and Ganjiang, as well as in Beijing and Shanghai.

MIDAS Holdings subsidiary Jilin Midas Light Alloy Co has been placed under the judicial management of Jilin Gongcheng Law Firm by the People's Court of Jilin Province, the company announced on Thursday. Midas, a maker of aluminium train equipment, said that the board is arranging to obtain ...
China's southeastern coastal province Fujian has announced a regional policy that encourages local tech companies and startups to adopt blockchain technology, along with a series of cutting-edge technologies like computer vision, AI, virtual reality, and edge computing. The Chinese government still ...

China's southeastern manufacturing hub Guangdong province is planning to impose tougher emission curbs on its steel, petrochemical and cement firms from June as it bids to meet state air quality standards, the local environment bureau said. The Guangdong Environmental Protection Bureau said on ...
In this March 5, 2018 photo, a worker manipulates coils of steel at Xiwang Special Steel in Zouping County in eastern China's Shandong province. ... After it became clear the Chinese constitution would change to allow President Xi Jinping to hold power indefinitely, Trump didn't criticize the authoritarian ...
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, at the opening of the National People's Congress, said China was reducing steel capacity and pledged to do more. Baoding, about a three hour ... Hebei province, where Baoding is situated, aims to continue to cut iron and steelmaking capacity by 20 million metric tons in 2018.
A man set himself on fire and died in southwestern China's Sichuan province in the first self-immolation protest among Tibetans this year, monitoring groups reported on Thursday. Tsekho Tugchak, reportedly in his 40s, died in Ngaba county on Wednesday amid intensified security in the restive region ...
Sophal Ear is an associate professor of diplomacy & world affairs at Occidental College in California who has written “Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy” and co-authored “The Hungry Dragon: How China's Resource Quest Is Reshaping the World.” The policy ...
MAO ZEDONG called China's three north-eastern provinces—Heilongjiang, Jilin and Liaoning—the country's “eldest son”. In the Chinese tradition the family's future rests on that child's shoulders. This one seems to be failing in his duties. Three unusual features account for some of the region's problems.


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