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While World Bank President Robert Zoellick warns that the world is "one shock away from a full-blown crisis," China has broken ground and taken over the economic future of a country whose nearest island to the U.S. mainland is Bimini, only 50 miles away.
Japan's new foreign minister pledged Thursday to reset strained relations with China and resolve diplomatic spats stemming from competing claims to islands in the East China Sea.
As scientists learn ever more about genetics, they may soon discover the Chinese have two unique strands of DNA: a gambling gene and another for hospitality.
As three "wives" and 16 children of tycoon Stanley Ho grasp for control of his casino fortune, the veneer of professionalism has peeled from his business empire, one of many family-run companies facing succession time bombs in this southern Chinese entrepot.
Despite the lovefest carefully choreographed by China's increasingly sophisticated image makers last week, the United States is engaged in a high-stakes battle for economic and military supremacy in Asia and elsewhere. That battle is more complicated than the casual observer might imagine. There is a growing sense among many Asia- and China-watchers that the U.S. is engaged in a historic contest with not one, but two Chinas.
An auction of some 100 items of Michael Jackson memorabilia has fetched more than $1 million, with a basketball autographed by the late singer and Michael Jordan netting $245,000.
This week we list those action heroes whom Sylvester Stallone found expendable for his box-office hit movie "The Expendables." Whom did Sly abandon, and possibly why?
China is getting a piece of Hollywood. Actually, make that hundreds of pieces.
New U.S. sanctions against North Korea will seek to strangle the narcotics trafficking, counterfeiting of U.S. dollars and other "illicit and deceptive" activities that provide the regime with the hard currency used for its nuclear weapons program, a senior U.S. envoy said Monday.