WATCH how Big Brother in China is peeking into mobiles for anti-Xi Jinping posts

Chinese police are searching for apps like Twitter, Instagram and Telegram in people’s phones in Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou. Chinese authorities are arbitrarily stopping passers-by and noting down their personal information if they find apps such as Twitter or Telegram on their devices. Police are also threatening to arrest people for not deleting photos of the protests.
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1 weeks ago

Imprisoned Chinese Gene Scientist Sets Up New Lab - Pandaily

Chinese scientist He Jiankui has set up a new lab in Beijing after being released from prison earlier this year. He had been imprisoned on a three-year sentence for creating the world’s first genetically-edited babies. He plans to use his new lab to research gene therapy for rare genetic diseases with treatment for less than 100,000 yuan ($13,884)
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1 weeks ago

China’s property easing is minor capitulation

Beijing has rolled out more measures to support its flagging real estate sector. Measures include extending repayment periods, facilitating financing for developers and lowering mortgage down-payments. While the measures will stave off an imminent wave of defaults, a rescue this is not. Real estate contributes roughly a quarter of China’s $17 trillion of output.
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3 weeks ago

Most Asian markets extend global rally on China hopes

Asian markets extend a global surge as a loosening of China's Covid rules and plans to help its property sector follow a drop in US inflation that eased rate hike fears. The optimistic mood was given an extra injection late Friday by news that Beijing would relax some of its strict Covid-19 restrictions. Authorities have also reportedly unveiled a 16-point plan to support the beleaguered property sector, a major component of the country's sprawling economy.
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3 weeks ago

Indian students in China ineligible for FMGE if license not obtained: Govt

The Embassy of India in Beijing informed that if any Indian student, who joined a medical programme in China after November 2021, fails to obtain license to practice as a medical doctor in China, will be rendered ineligible to appear for Foreign Medical Graduate Examination. The embassy also informed Indian students that the authorities are in talks with their Chinese counterparts about granting Indian students a medical practitioner license in China.
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1 months ago

India issues advisory to students planning to study in China

The Indian Embassy in Beijing has issued a comprehensive advisory to students planning to study medicine in China. The Embassy continues to receive queries from prospective Indian students as well as their parents regarding eligibility for Indian students pursuing clinical medicine programme in China to appear in the qualifying examination conducted by the National Medical Commission of India.
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1 months ago

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U.s. Stock futures slipped in Asia on Monday after Beijing denied it was considering easing its zero COVID-19 policy. Speculation that China might open its economy saw copper jump 7% on Friday in its biggest one-day rally since 2009. The yuan surging and triggered a round of profit taking on long U.S. Dollar positions.
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1 months ago

China to ‘unswervingly’ keep to Covid zero policy, dashing hopes

There has been widespread speculation that China will step away from its Covid Zero policy. Unverified online posts about its potential reopening helped key stock gauges post their best weekly performance in years this week. China reported more than 3,500 new local Covid cases for Friday with flareups in Guangdong, Inner Mongolia, Fujian and Beijing.
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1 months ago

ByteDance, Pinduoduo launch overseas e-commerce sites in challenge to Amazon

Pinduoduo, one of China's biggest e-commerce companies, launched a U.S. Shopping site called Temu last month. TikTok owner ByteDance, the Beijing-headquartered owner of short video app TikTok, also launched a fashion website called If Yooou. The push abroad comes at a time where tech giants in China are looking for new avenues of growth.
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1 months ago

How Biden is expanding tech ban on China’s quantum computing & AI

The biden administration is exploring the possibility of new export controls. If implemented, the efforts would follow separate restrictions aimed at stunting Beijing’s ability to deploy cutting-edge semiconductors. The sweeping regulations released earlier this month also limited how US citizens and residents participate in Chinese tech firms.
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1 months ago

Ookla: India slips a rank in mobile, fixed broadband speeds: Ookla, Telecom News, ET Telecom

India slipped a rank in both median mobile network speeds as well as fixed broadband speeds. China tops the Speedtest Global Index with Shanghai as the fastest city with a median download speed of 158.63 Mbps for mobile networks, while Beijing topped with 238.86 Mbps for fixed broadband. A previous Ookla report found mobile download speeds will increase significantly with the rollout of 5G networks.
#Ookla #SpeedtestGlobalIndex #India #News #Technology #Mobile


1 months ago

Black swans in global markets puncture India's long-term LNG story

China became the world’s biggest LNG importer last year, unseating Japan. US, Russia and Qatar accounted for three fourths of the 27 million tonnes a year of fuel contracted by Beijing. China concluded a record 23 long-term supply contracts for an average duration of 15 years.
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1 months ago

Tencent: China tech shares sink as U.S

New U.S. Export control measures aimed at slowing Beijing's technological and military advances. Ban on certain semiconductor chips made anywhere in the world with US. Equipment. China's top contract chipmakers set to be hit by ban. Ban could also hit commercial data centres at Chinese tech giants Alibaba Group and Tencent.
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1 months ago

BWF World Tour Finals: China set to host first international badminton event since pandemic started

China will host its first international badminton tournament since 2019. The governing body has cancelled almost all international sports competitions since Covid emerged there in 2019, with the Beijing Winter Olympics in February.
#BWFWorldTourFinals #WinterOlympics #China #News #Sports #Badminton


2 months ago

Xiaomi CIVI 2 Officially Teased With Snapdragon 7 Gen1 SoC; Advanced Cooling System Also Confirmed - Gizbot News

The upcoming CIVI 2 will debut tomorrow, September 27 at 2 PM Beijing Time. Reports suggest the new processor will draw power from the Snapdragon 7 Gen1 processor. The new smartphone is tipped to flaunt dual 50MP Sony IMX766 sensors with OIS support.
#XiaomiCIVI #CIVI2 #Time #Beijing #News #Technology #Mobile


2 months ago

Alibaba Cloud reveals billion dollar ‘ecosystem upgrade’ • The Register

Alibaba Cloud is rumored to have built infrastructure that might be more efficient than Google's. It is subject to laws that allow Beijing to demand access to information about its customers, and disposition of its infrastructure, on national security grounds. A billion dollars will be spent on its ecosystem upgrade.
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2 months ago

US asks tech giant to stop export of AI chip to China, Beijing opposes move

The u.s. Has asked technology giants to stop exporting artificial intelligence chips to china. The move is seen as part of Washington DC's technological crackdown on Beijing amid the tensions in Taiwan.
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3 months ago

China's Baidu reveals its first quantum computer called Qianshi

Chinese search engine giant Baidu Inc. Unveils its first quantum computer on Thursday. The Beijing-based company has also developed a 36-qubit quantum chip. Current real-world applications in the field are still very basic and limited to a small group of early clients. The U.S., China and the European Union have initiated massively funded quantum computing projects.
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3 months ago

China's Baidu reveals its first quantum computer called Qianshi

Baidu-developed quantum computer, dubbed Qianshi, has a 10-quantum-bit processor. The Beijing-based company has also developed a 36-qubit quantum chip, it said. Current real-world applications in the field are still very basic and limited to a small group of early clients.
#Baidu #Baidu #Beijing #China #News #Technology #Computing


3 months ago

China regulator says Alibaba, Tencent have submitted app algorithm details

China's top internet watchdog published a list of 30 algorithms used in some of the country's most popular apps. Rules are part of a broad regulatory crackdown by Beijing against its once free-wheeling technology sector. State media had accused internet platforms of using algorithms to invade user privacy and influencing their choices.
#Alibaba #China #News #Technology #Internet


3 months ago