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China puts hold on multiple projects in Pakistan after 9 Chinese engineers killed in bus attack
After nine Chinese engineers lost their lives in the bus attack, Beijing has postponed its high-level joint committee for the Belt and Road Initiative halting a billion-dollar hydropower project in Pakistan. ...
Japan to deploy fighter jets to ramp up Nansei Islands defence
Japan will deploy F-35B stealth fighter jets in southwestern Miyazaki Prefecture as part of bolstering defences around the Nansei Islands. ...
11 nations participate in massive US-Australia military drills as tensions escalate in Indo Pacific
The US, Australia and Japan, along with eight other countries, have begun a joint exercise in Australia and its nearby waters as tensions simmer in the Indo Pacific region. ...
Workers in Chinese tech companies pushed to limits due to surveillance, long hours
As Chinese tech companies are attempting to bring productivity-enhancing tools into everyday office life, their efficiency is being channeled into squeezing more value from employees by using software-driven surveillance management and monitoring int ...
Chinese ships sail near disputed Senkaku islands for record 112 days, Japan chides
Chinese ships have made a record number of 112 incursions into waters around the disputed Senkaku island in East China which is laos claimed by Japan. ...
Japan to let Myanmar students, interns stay even after visas expire
Japan will let Myanmar citizens remain in the country legally even after their visas expire, in response to deteriorating political conditions in the Southeast Asian nation following the military coup, reported Nikkei Asia. ...
China intensifies crackdown on cryptocurrencies despite being largest network of bitcoin
Despite being the world's largest mining work for bitcoin, China has intensified a crackdown on cryptocurrencies by banning institutions and companies from providing cryptocurrency services to customers. ...
Myanmar: Local offical shot dead after bombings in Yangon
Two bombs exploded on Wednesday morning near a ward administrator's office in downtown Yangon, injuring two security officers. ...
Japan to restrict use of foreign tech in critical infrastructure with eye on China
The Japanese government is set to introduce new regulations for 14 critical infrastructure sectors in a bid to bolster cyber defenses and in hopes to mitigate risks posed by compromised connections amid growing concerns of data leaks from Chinese-mad ...
US drawdown from Afghanistan puts CPEC projects at risk: Report
There is a looming sense of fear in Pakistan that the US withdrawal from Afghanistan will increase instability in its neighbourhood, and add security threats in the region while putting China's Belt and Road projects at risk, Nikkei Asia reports. ...