China falls in love with Bollywood all over again

China falls in love with Bollywood all over again

Asian rivals India and China have started a new romance on the silver screen. After the run-away success of the sports biopic “Dangal,” last year, Chinese audiences and film distributors have embraced Bollywood’s two-hour, song-and-dance filled offerings with a renewed relish.

China liberalizes trade to avoid escalation of conflict with US

China liberalizes trade to avoid escalation of conflict with US

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday unveiled a broad set of measures to open up the country’s economy, including lower import tariffs on cars and relaxed restrictions on foreign ownership in the automotive sector. The President’s highly anticipated speech at the Asia Forum in Boao was widely seen as an attempt to calm trade tensions with the U.S.

Bhutan’s ‘Shangri-La’ caught between two rival superpowers

Bhutan’s ‘Shangri-La’ caught between two rival superpowers

While India grapples with the challenge of a rising China, both militarily and economically, it is also in danger of losing its allies if its foreign policy is not based on mutual respect.

Bhutan may be a tiny Himalayan nation but it holds a strategic card. It does not want to be squeezed in India-China rivalry. The last thing they want to see is Chinese and Indian armies squaring up to each other once again near their border.

By 2017 China had built infrastructure in Sri Lanka worth US$ 15 billion, says envoy

By 2017 China had built infrastructure in Sri Lanka worth US$ 15 billion, says envoy

By the end of 2017, Chinese companies had completed more than US$15 billion worth of infrastructure projects in Sri Lanka in the field of transportation, water supply, electricity, ports and other fields, and had made great contributions to the economic and social development of the island nation, says the Chinese Ambassador, Cheng Xueyuan

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