Paul Powlesland: Lawyer who publicly challenged China on human rights during state visit says ‘it’s been a weird week’

theindependent.co.uk
Joshua Neicho
October 26, 2015

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Tibetan singer freed after 11 months in jail

Phayul.com
Tenzin Monlam
October 26, 2015

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DHARAMSHALA, October 25: A Tibetan musician has been released from a prison (more…)

‘Not Your Bloody Area’: How Indian and Chinese Soldiers Faced Off in Ladakh

NDTV.com
Vishnu Som
October 25, 2015

NEW DELHI: “This is not your bloody area. This is our area. And you are doing recce [reconnaissance], and patrolling this area with so many people? 10 people (more…)

China to Extend Military Control to Indian Ocean

Epoch Times
Joshua Philipp,
October 25, 2015

The Chinese regime said it’s wrapping up its construction of artificial islands in the South China Sea, and all signs suggest its next big push will be (more…)

China to supply fuel to Nepal after protesters block deliveries from India

dw.com
October 25, 2015

Beijing is set to send about 100 tanker trucks of gasoline to fuel-starved Nepal, officials say. The move comes after protesters from Nepal’s Madhesi minority blocked off the (more…)

How China’s ‘One Belt One Road’ Will Help India Integrate South Asia

thewire.in
MK VENU
OCTOBER 25, 2015

One current trend not so well recognised by analysts is that GDP in the South Asian region is growing at close to 6% per annum in the midst of a near recession (more…)

Perhaps India, rather than China, should be the target of Britain’s charm offensive

theguardian.com
Ian Jack
October 24, 2015

ccording to Steve Hilton, former chief strategist to David Cameron, Britain is humiliating itself unnecessarily by “sucking up” to China when instead it could (more…)

UK: SHARP CRITICISM OF CHINESE STATE VISIT

or-politics.com
24 October 2015

The pompous reception for Xi Jinping made his critics though in the shadows, but he made them not invisible. A group of human rights activists called, inter alia, “Do (more…)

Chinese Dissidents Protest Britain’s Treatment of Activist

THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
OCT. 24, 2015,

BEIJING — Veteran Chinese pro-democracy campaigners have protested Britain’s treatment of an activist detained during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s pageant-filled (more…)

CHINA, UK AGREE ‘NOT TO CARRY OUT HACKING’

or-politics.com
October 23, 2015

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The Bank of England has signed an agreement with the People’s Bank of China to renew a currency swap line worth up to 35 billion pounds over the next three years.

The (more…)