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Shenzhen

Shenzhen is a major city in Guangdong Province, China; it forms part of the Pearl River Delta megalopolis, bordering Hong Kong to the south, Huizhou to the northeast, and Dongguan to the northwest.

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Chinese workers fear job discrimination as govt plans to raise retirement age
International

Chinese workers fear job discrimination as govt plans to raise retirement age

As China plans to "gradually" increase its mandatory retirement ages, many Chinese workers are worried that it might exacerbate discrimination in the job market.

China's economy dented as American brands cancel Xinjiang's cotton imports
International

China's economy dented as American brands cancel Xinjiang's cotton imports

The US ban on China's Xinjiang cotton yarn makers over the inhuman treatment meted out to Uyghurs is now impacting the economic growth of its cotton companies.

China's economy dented as American brands cancel Xinjiang's cotton imports
International

China's economy dented as American brands cancel Xinjiang's cotton imports

The US ban on China's Xinjiang cotton yarn makers over the inhuman treatment meted out to Uyghurs is now impacting the economic growth of its cotton companies.

Animal activists slam online sale of pets in "lucky bags" in China
International

Animal activists slam online sale of pets in "lucky bags" in China

As animal "lucky bags" gain popularity in China, incensed advocacy groups are calling out the reprehensible online trend in which pets sold online and shipped to consumers inside boxes.

Nepal: Businessmen in Rasuwa protest against China's 'undeclared blockade' of cross-border trade
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Nepal: Businessmen in Rasuwa protest against China's 'undeclared blockade' of cross-border trade

Nepali businessmen have launched a protest in the country's Rasuwa district against China's 'undeclared blockade' of cross-border trade.

Biden to sign order keeping travel restrictions on Europe, says White House
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Biden to sign order keeping travel restrictions on Europe, says White House

US President Joe Biden will sign a proclamation later in the day to keep travel restrictions for Europe and Brazil over COVID-19 concerns, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki informed reporters here on Monday.

HK pro-democracy protestor 'Grandma Wong' resurfaces after 14 months of detention
International

HK pro-democracy protestor 'Grandma Wong' resurfaces after 14 months of detention

Hong-Kong's pro-democracy protestor Alexandra Wong Fung-yiu resurfaced in the financial hub after more than a year, saying that she had been detained on the Chinese mainland.

Abusive interrogations of Hong Kong residents detained in China deserves condemnation: Human Rights org
International

Abusive interrogations of Hong Kong residents detained in China deserves condemnation: Human Rights org

The "incommunicado detentions and abusive interrogations" of 12 Hong Kong residents detained in China deserves worldwide condemnation, said Washington-based China Commission on Thursday.

China approves arrest of 12 detained Hong Kongers
International

China approves arrest of 12 detained Hong Kongers

Chinese authorities have formally approved the arrest of 12 Hong Kong activists who were detained last month when they were trying to flee china fo Taiwan.

Jaishankar has informed of govt forming expert panel to look into surveillance of Indians by Chinese firm: KC Venugopal
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Jaishankar has informed of govt forming expert panel to look into surveillance of Indians by Chinese firm: KC Venugopal

Congress leader KC Venugopal on Wednesday said that External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar has provided information that the government has taken the reports of surveillance of Indians, including of political leaders, by a Chinese firm seriously and constituted an expert committee to assess its implications within 30 days.

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