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China's carrier not alter power balance:Russian expert

China's first aircraft carrier, which set out on a low-profile sea trial Wednesday, will not shift the balance of power in the Asia-Pacific region, a Russian expert says.

Microblogs, an effective tool for charity

Encouraging a culture of charity in China would help the nation emerge as a more benign economic superpower.

Scholars hold positive discussions on Melbourne Conference on China

About 120 guests on Saturday attended and contributed positively to discussion over China's modern social and cultural issues in the 2011 Melbourne Conference on China which is being held at University of Melbourne, Australia.

Why Western economies have budget crises and China doesn't

While western world suffered from budget,China in 2008 launched the world's largest state stimulus package to deal with the international financial crisis but has no substantial budget deficit.

US exports chopsticks to China

The shortage of chopsticks in China has become so acute that a US company has begun exporting millions of pairs to the country, said an article on the website of The Telegraph on August 2, 2011.

Made in China, loved everywhere

The latest Transformers movie, Transformers 3: The Dark Side of the Moon, breaks new ground in the product placement department by featuring four famous Chinese brands. This development underscores how China is once again reinventing itself economically.

Singaporean DM: China's growth contributes to peace in Asia-Pacific

Singaporean Defense Minister Ng Eng Hen said Friday that China's rapid development had made a great contribution to the peace and stability of the Asia-Pacific region and the world at large.

Who will win as China's economy changes?

Asian economies are already winning from Chinese growth,but as China is reblancing some elements of its economy,it will also create new opportunities for those countries in Asia that get manufacturing and investment policies right.

On Hu Jintao's call for Marxist innovation

China has the means to test-bed systems of democratic management, not simply as nostalgic throwbacks to Maoist collectivism, but as practical means of organising social production and modern life.

Toward a clean, green China

In 1949, Chairman Mao Zedong announced the founding of the People's Republic of China, while Britain's Indian empire was divided into many parts in the years preceding it in the 1940s. Chairman Mao later unified the Chinese mainland, and for the first time in more than a century, China became fully independent of outside control and could pursue its own course in domestic and foreign affairs. This is the most precious legacy of Chairman Mao.