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article 22 September 2014 UK, China
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UN climate change summit - Q&A

This weekend saw the world's biggest march on climate change to date. Will the enthusiasm be replicated at the New York on Tuesday? Channel 4 News takes a look.

article 18 September 2014 Business, China
Alibaba's NY Stock Exchange flotation
Bigger than Amazon and eBay, Alibaba set to float

China's e-commerce behemoth Alibaba handles most of the country's online shopping. As it is joins the US stock market, it has set its sights on expansion in the USA and Europe.

post 07 September 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Meet the Grannies of China who won't stop dancing

Life has never been so good for retirees in China. They have time, money and no shortage of people to socialize with and the number one activity is dancing.

video 04 August 2014 World, China

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China earthquake kills hundreds - video

The death toll from Sunday's magnitude 6.3 earthquake in south-western China rises to to 381. Search and rescue efforts are continuing.

video 02 August 2014 World, China

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Factory explosion in eastern China kills dozens - video

An explosion at a wheel factory in the city of Kunshan in eastern China kills at least 68 people and injures more than 120, in China's worst industrial accident for a year.

post 30 July 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Vietnamese communists call for end to... Vietnamese communism

We don't spend much time talking about Vietnam, other than its allure as a holiday destination. But the time has come to talk about politics in this sickle-shaped nation.

post 01 July 2014
Read more from John Sparks on the World News blog Hong Kong protesters have 'Beijing's tentacles' in sight

In a mass demonstration in Hong Kong on Tuesday, protesters are hoping their Beijing-based masters get the "message" and leave them alone.

post 17 June 2014
Read more on Gary Gibbon's blog China's Premier Li - on EU reform and the Scottish question

In the UK for a three-day visit, Premier Li failed to kill off his ambassador's insult suggesting Britain was behind Germany and France in Beijing's estimation.

video 04 June 2014 UK, China

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Angry scenes as activists mark 25th Tiananmen anniversary

On the 25th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square massacre, an activist who saw the horrific events unfold in 1989, speaks to Channel 4 News from China, where he is under house arrest.

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