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Rising incomes in China, which is the world's No. 2 economy, have resulted in a surge in demand for gold jewelry and other luxury goods.

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**FILE** Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping (left) meets Feb. 14, 2012, with President Obama in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (Associated Press)

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High-ranking North Korean party and military official Choe Ryong Hae, center left, shakes hands with Chinese Ambassador Liu Hongcai as Choe departs for China as a special envoy of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at Pyongyang airport, North Korea Wednesday, May 22, 2013. (AP Photo/ Kim Kwang Hyon)

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High-ranking North Korean party and military official Choe Ryong Hae, center left, shakes hands with Chinese Ambassador Liu Hongcai as Choe departs for China as a special envoy of North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, at Pyongyang airport, North Korea Wednesday, May 22, 2013. (AP Photo/ Kim Kwang Hyon)

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Clad in leather and flanked by fans of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker helps foster the love for the Milwaukee-based classic in China.

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The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force patrols the Senkaku Islands, which China calls the Diaoyu Islands, in the East China Sea. China is trying to strengthen its claim on tiny, uninhabited, Japanese-controlled islands by raising questions about the much larger Okinawa chain that is home to more than 1 million Japanese along with major U.S. military installations. Tokyo has issued a "stern protest." (Associated Press)

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The Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force patrols the Senkaku Islands, which China calls the Diaoyu Islands, in the East China Sea. China is trying to strengthen its claim on tiny, uninhabited, Japanese-controlled islands by raising questions about the much larger Okinawa chain that is home to more than 1 million Japanese along with major U.S. military installations. Tokyo has issued a "stern protest." (Associated Press)

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Clad in leather and flanked by fans of Harley-Davidson motorcycles, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker helps foster the love for the Milwaukee-based classic in China.

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China's combat drone is described as "a stark example of China's broad investment in advanced military technologies."

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China's combat drone is described as "a stark example of China's broad investment in advanced military technologies."

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One of China's biggest banks on Tuesday said it has halted business with the Foreign Trade Bank of North Korea, accused by the U.S. of financing Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs, in a recent sign of Beijing pressuring its ally. (Associated Press)

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One of China's biggest banks on Tuesday said it has halted business with the Foreign Trade Bank of North Korea, accused by the U.S. of financing Pyongyang's missile and nuclear programs, in a recent sign of Beijing pressuring its ally. (Associated Press)

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Chinese people wear face masks with "No to Kunming PX," paraxylene, written, chant slogans as they hold protest against a planned refinery project in downtown Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province Saturday, May 4, 2013. (Associated Press)

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Chinese people wear face masks with "No to Kunming PX," paraxylene, written, chant slogans as they hold protest against a planned refinery project in downtown Kunming in southwest China's Yunnan province Saturday, May 4, 2013. (Associated Press)

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China’s new UCAV, a small bird-like drone shown during a recent military show at Zhuhai (Source: Chinese Internet via the Washington Free Beacon)

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Former Chinese President Hu Jintao, left, and newly named President Xi Jinping clap during a plenary session of the National People's Congress held in Beijing's Great Hall of the People, in China, Thursday, March 14, 2013. (AP Photo/Alexander F. Yuan)

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**FILE** China's only aircraft carrier, Liaoning, returns to port Oct. 30 after its first navy sea trial, in Dalian in northeastern China's Liaoning province. (Associated Press)

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Chinese soldiers unload relief supplies from a helicopter in quake-ravaged Sichuan province. Saturday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed at least 186 and injured thousands. The military is in full control of relief and rescue, with citizen-initiated efforts to help strictly banned.

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Chinese soldiers unload relief supplies from a helicopter in quake-ravaged Sichuan province. Saturday's 7.0-magnitude earthquake killed at least 186 and injured thousands. The military is in full control of relief and rescue, with citizen-initiated efforts to help strictly banned.

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An electron microscope image provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows the H7N9 virus which can take on a variety of shapes, April 15, 2013. Almost three weeks after China reported finding a new strain of bird flu in humans, experts are still stumped by how people are becoming infected when many appear to have had no recent contact with live fowl and the virus isn't supposed to pass from person to person. (Associated Press)