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· March, 2014

Stories about China from March, 2014

Censorship Instructions During China's “Two Sessions”

Lean In Beijing Encourages Women to Pursue Their Goals

In 2010, urban Chinese women earned 67 percent of what their male peers earned, and rural women earned 56 percent.

China Dismisses WWI Comparison Amid Tense Relations With Japan

“2014 is neither 1914 nor 1894, it’s better for [Japan] to regard post-war Germany as a role model than make a fuss about Germany before WWI.“

A warning message sent to Taiwan from Ukraine

China to Test Drones to Combat Smog Problem

"I am afraid this method does little to tackle the problem. Throughout history, China has only been met with failure when it tried to combat nature."

A Map of China, By Stereotype

Xinjiang People Fight Stereotypes Online

Tale of China's Zhou Yongkang Won't Be Swept Under Rug After All

At a press conference in Beijing, a government spokesperson offered the first official hint that the fate of Zhou Yongkang would not be kept under wraps from the public.

Messages of Support Pour in From Abroad After Kunming Attack in China

Many people around the world were left shocked after more than 10 people armed with knives hacked and stabbed passengers and passers-by at a railway station in Kunming.

Chinese Journalists Launch Documentary Series: Chinese Word

China Blames “Xinjiang Terrorists” for Deadly Attack in Kunming

China’s officials have blamed militants from the western region of Xinjiang for the killings at a railway station in China’s Southwestern Kunming city.

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