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Taiwan leader urges China for ‘calm’ talks as pressure grows

Tsai said her administration expected 2017 to bring uncertainties particularly in the first half, noting that the incoming US administration could potentially bring "changes in international affairs."

Taiwan warns of growing threats from China

"The threat from our enemy is increasing day by day. We need to maintain combat vigilance at any time. This is my expectation of you all." Taiwan's defence minister Feng Shih-kuan said.

KFC launches first AI-enabled outlet in Beijing

The outlet is equipped with intelligent robot ordering, debuting the use of artificial intelligence in chain restaurants, state-run China Daily reported.

China reports 7 bird flu cases so far this month

Shanghai officials said this week that a man was diagnosed with H7N9 and is being treated in a city hospital. Another case has been reported in Xiamen in coastal Fujian province, where poultry sales have been halted.

Chinese delegation meets Nepal Prez, discusses bilateral ties

The delegation from China's ruling Communist party discussed the current bilateral relations with Nepal President Bidya Devi Bhandari.

Heavy smog hits north China

Beijing activated its first red alert for smog this winter as the air began to turn hazy on Friday, ending several days of blue sky.

Chinese leaders set 2017 economy plans amid trade pressure

Trump, who takes office Jan. 20, has vowed to press Beijing by imposing 45 percent tariffs on Chinese goods. These sanctions could hurt Chinese export industries.

Beijing issues red alert for severe air pollution

Bad Air Quality Index and heavy air pollution forces Beijing government to issue a Red alert which will be lifted on December 21 when the air quality in the city improves.

Bad smog ahead: Beijing tells students to stay indoors

The warning comes in the form of an orange alert, the second highest in a four-tier system. The alert signifies there will be three consecutive days of smog starting Thursday

Rooney rejected move to China, says Beijing club chairman

Manchester United captain Wayne Rooney was reportedly approached by Chinese Premier League which he rejected and will play in the Premier League till his health allows.

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