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Berik Iklas during the blind auditions. Personal file photo.
Ethnic Kazakh passes blind auditions at Voice of China

35-yo ethnic Kazakh Berik Iklas from Karamai town in XUAR in China has amazed the juries of the Voice of China singing contest.

Ethnic Kazakh passes blind auditions at Voice of China
Tianjin blasts echo across economy
Tianjin blasts echo across economy

The economic impact of the Tianjin explosions could reverberate for months.

Tianjin blasts echo across economy
Chinese media lambast Tianjin officials over blast response
Chinese media lambast Tianjin officials over blast response

Chinese state-run media lambasted officials in the port city of Tianjin for a lack of transparency over the massive explosions at an industrial site.

Chinese media lambast Tianjin officials over blast response
Death toll rises to 85 in China blasts: officials
Death toll rises to 85 in China blasts: officials

The number of people killed in giant explosions in the Chinese port of Tianjin has risen to 85.

Death toll rises to 85 in China blasts: officials
IMF warns of 'disorderly correction' if China reform slows
IMF warns of 'disorderly correction' if China reform slows

The IMF warned that China, the world's second-largest economy, could face a "disorderly correction" followed by slower growth if its reform program slows.

IMF warns of 'disorderly correction' if China reform slows
Japan PM expresses WWII remorse, but not enough for victims
Japan PM expresses WWII remorse, but not enough for victims

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe expressed deep remorse Friday over World War II and said previous national apologies would stand.

Japan PM expresses WWII remorse, but not enough for victims
China's long march to currency reform takes a step forward
China's long march to currency reform takes a step forward

China's currency devaluation is a step in the long march to a more open regime for the yuan, analysts say, but authorities will need to further loosen their controls to promote long-term growth.

China's long march to currency reform takes a step forward
Chemical experts assess China blast site after 50 killed
Chemical experts assess China blast site after 50 killed

A Chinese military team of nuclear and chemical experts began work Thursday at the site of two massive explosions in the city of Tianjin.

Chemical experts assess China blast site after 50 killed
Huge China explosions leave scores dead, hundreds injured
Huge China explosions leave scores dead, hundreds injured

Enormous explosions in a major Chinese port city killed at least 44 people and injured more than 500, leaving a devastated industrial landscape of incinerated cars, toppled shipping containers and burnt-out buildings.

Huge China explosions leave scores dead, hundreds injured
'Children of the aggressor': the Japanese war babies adopted by China
'Children of the aggressor': the Japanese war babies adopted by China

Now 73 and sitting in his Tokyo home, Yohachi Nakajima fights back tears when he thinks of his Chinese adopted mother and the farming village he once called homeю

'Children of the aggressor': the Japanese war babies adopted by China
Photo courtesy of KTZ press office
New transportation opportunities for Trans-Caspian Route: Nomad express container train welcomed in Baku

On August 3, Baku welcomed the Nomad express container train traveling from Shihezi, China to Georgia via Kazakhstan and Azerbaijan

New transportation opportunities for Trans-Caspian Route: Nomad express container train welcomed in Baku
Typhoon Soudelor kills 14 in China: state media
Typhoon Soudelor kills 14 in China: state media

Typhoon Soudelor killed 14 people in eastern China and four are missing after parts of the country were hit by the heaviest rains in a century.

Typhoon Soudelor kills 14 in China: state media
China MH370 families march to Malaysia embassy, demand Reunion trip
China MH370 families march to Malaysia embassy, demand Reunion trip

Chinese relatives of passengers aboard missing flight MH370 marched to Malaysia's embassy in Beijing, some demanding to be taken to Reunion island where suspected wreckage from the plane was found.

China MH370 families march to Malaysia embassy, demand Reunion trip
Japan's Hiroshima ceremonies 'scheming': Chinese media
Japan's Hiroshima ceremonies 'scheming': Chinese media

A Chinese newspaper with close ties to the ruling Communist Party slammed Japan for commemorating the atomic bombing of Hiroshima without highlighting its own wartime aggression.

Japan's Hiroshima ceremonies 'scheming': Chinese media
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Beijing's bid to host 2022 Winter Olympics beats Kazakhstan's Almaty

Chinese Beijing has won the bid to host the 2022 Winter Olympic Games from Kazakhstan's Almaty.

Beijing's bid to host 2022 Winter Olympics beats Kazakhstan's Almaty
Hundreds protest in Taipei after student suicide
Hundreds protest in Taipei after student suicide

Hundreds of protesters gathered in Taipei early calling for the education minister to resign after a student committed suicide.

Hundreds protest in Taipei after student suicide
Turkey's Erdogan in China for talks amid Uighur strains
Turkey's Erdogan in China for talks amid Uighur strains

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan headed for China Wednesday having secured NATO's backing for Ankara's fight against Islamic State militants.

Turkey's Erdogan in China for talks amid Uighur strains
Olga Rypakova
Olga Rypakova wins triple jump at IAAF Diamond League

Olympic champion in track and field Olga Rypakova from Kazakhstan has won the IAAF Diamond League in London.

Olga Rypakova wins triple jump at IAAF Diamond League
Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children
Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children

Deep in the Chinese countryside, the lives of Liang Yuxiu and her brother Zhaolu epitomise the cost of decades of breakneck economic growth.

Hard lives of China's 'left behind' children
Richard Gere speaks up for Tibet at US hearing
Richard Gere speaks up for Tibet at US hearing

Hollywood star Richard Gere expressed outrage Tuesday over the death in a Chinese prison of a key Tibetan dissident, as the US Congress explored ways to ratchet up pressure on Beijing over Tibet.

Richard Gere speaks up for Tibet at US hearing