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Record High China Trade Deficit May Not Be All Bad, Some Hidden Benefits, Says UCI Prof

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ND Expert: Detained Swedish Human Rights Worker Further Evidence of China's "Dark Days"

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Fearing a Massive Market Turndown? Why It’s ‟Way Too Early” to Be Concerned

In China, ‟retail investors are quite emotional, get frightened very quickly,” Eric Kirzner says.

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Top Stories 11 Dec 2015; New Forensic Science Breakthroughs, Breast Cancer Treatment Difference by Age, Racial Disparities in Dialysis, and More...

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Rising Risk of Obesity Among China’s ‘Left Behind Children’

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Some 61 million rural children left behind by parents moving to China’s booming urban centres are at risk from increased fat and reduced protein in their diets, research from The University of Manchester, published in Public Health Nutrition suggests.

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Pollution Alert in Beijing Reminder of High Cost of Climate Change

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Study Examines Physical Activity and Park Use in China

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The first research study in mainland China using observational methods to assess park use, physical activity and demographics may ultimately have implications for millions of Chinese citizens. Internationally, parks have been consistently shown to be an important community asset for physical activity, but little has been known about the relationship between park usage and physical activity in China until now.

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Bat Disease Fungus Found to Be Widespread in Northeast China

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Discovery greatly expands the known distribution of the fungus that causes white-nose syndrome, which has decimated bat populations in North America

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UCI Professor’s New Publication Investigates Growing Militarism in China

Peter Navarro, professor of economics and public policy at the University of California, Irvine’s Paul Merage School of Business, will launch his new book, Crouching Tiger: What China’s Militarism Means for the World (Prometheus Books, 2015), and a companion documentary Thursday, Nov. 12. The 6 p.m. public meeting in the Merage School auditorium is being held in collaboration with the Orange County chapter of the World Affairs Council and the UCI Chancellor’s Club.

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End of One-Child Policy Unlikely to Affect Demographics in China

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‘Quirky’ Video Highlights Changing Politics of China’s 5-Year Plan

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U.S. Patrols in the South China Sea Are Likely to Boost Chinese Military in the Region

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U.S. Patrols in the South China Sea Are Likely to Boost Chinese Military in the Region

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Politics Will Prevent Real Economic Reform in China, Says Iowa State University Professor

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Recovering from the economic crisis that rippled through the global markets will be long and difficult for China, said Jonathan Hassid, an assistant professor of political science at Iowa State University who studies Chinese news media and symbolic political messaging.

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Government Incompetence Is the Real Threat to China

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China Volatility Ebbs, Interest Hike Would Trigger New Round

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SU Finance Expert Available to Discuss Chinese/U.S. Stock Markets

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WIU MBA Director, with International Economics Expertise, Available for Commentary on China Stock Market

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Playing 'Tag' with Pollution Lets Scientists See Who's It

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Using a climate model that can tag sources of soot and track where it lands, researchers have determined which areas around the Tibetan Plateau contribute the most soot -- and where. The model can also suggest the most effective way to reduce soot on the plateau, easing the amount of warming the region undergoes. The study, which appeared in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics in June, might help policy makers target pollution reduction efforts.

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Worried About Greece And the U.S. Economy? It’s China You Should Be More Concerned About, Expert Says


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