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  1. '1916 court case shows Manila owned shoal'

    Posted Jul 19th 2012, 12:00am

    ... there were maps which date back to the 1700s that show the shoal as part of the Philippines, he said. Furthermore, a 1916 court case in Manila pre-dated China's official inclusion of the shoal ... Raissa Robles in Manila A 1916 Philippines Supreme Court decision over a shipwreck on Scarborough Shoal bolsters Manila's territorial claim to the reef, which China also claims, ...

  2. Firms keep eyes on the future as China goes grey

    Posted May 27th 2011, 12:00am

    ... They were some of the firms to unveil mainland plans at Retirement Living World China 2011, a seminar held in Beijing this week. Others included Australia-based Waterbrook Lifestyle Resorts, Hong Kong developer Kerry Properties and mainland insurer Taikang Property, a unit of Taikang Insurance. Mainland developers China Vanke, China Poly Group, Shimao Property Holdings and Beijing ...

  3. Hanoi eyes Asean card on South China Sea

    Posted Apr 04th 2010, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Greg Torode, chief Asia correspondent Fearful of rising tensions in the disputed South China Sea, Vietnam will attempt this week to overturn a recent Chinese diplomatic victory in keeping ... for a legally binding code of conduct between Asean and China on the South China Sea. The push comes after a week of tit-for-tat exchanges between the two former enemies that ended with Vietnamese ...

  4. Public Eye

    Posted Aug 03rd 2011, 12:00am

    ... actually said that. Public Eye made it up. We dragged his name into all this because of rich guy Tong Yun-kai, the head of the Confucian Academy. He confused us with his version of the truth. He ... use it too, making us accomplices in your rule breaking? What would Confucius say? New MTR boss isn't the only one getting rich on his travels Public Eye has figured out why Hong Kong ...

  5. How Irish eyes smiled on Xi

    Posted Feb 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... framework will help mitigate the inevitable stresses on the US-China relationship as leaders in both political parties sharpen their anti-China rhetoric during the 2012 US election,' Marchick wrote. His presentation, part of the 'Renewing America' series by the think tank, particularly advocates fostering greater Chinese investment in the US. China's outbound foreign ...

  6. Al-Saadi case brings shameful silence

    Posted Oct 15th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Case 1: Three student protesters are locked in a stairwell by police for 60 minutes during the visit of a top Chinese official and all hell breaks loose. Legislative probes are called for, special panels set up to investigate, the police are sued and a hyperventilating media whips itself up into a self-righteous frenzy over human rights. Case 2: A foreign national, his wife and four ...

  7. Public Eye

    Posted Jan 04th 2012, 12:00am

    ... or the government. A blatant case of pure profiteering has just played out before our eyes. But neither side wants to take blame. They're hoping the people will forget. Well, Public Eye won't forget. The facts of the case are too nauseating to forget. First, CLP Power and Hongkong Electric said steep prices rises were crucial for survival. But the people saw through the profiteering. ...

  8. Russia eyes closer ties on Korean Peninsula

    Posted Mar 09th 2012, 12:00am

    ... as a foil against overwhelming dependence on China for just about everything. An irony of the end of the cold war, however, was that Russia was also eager to get along with South Korea. General Roh ...

  9. A keen eye for charity

    Posted Jan 26th 2012, 12:00am

    ... in Gabon, all that began to change when an eye clinic opened in 2006- the first in the African country. So far, it has helped 2,000 people regain their eyesight. The facility was the work of two ... in which the lens of the eye clouds up affecting their vision. Some lose vision entirely. Cataracts can be treated, but before 2006, many in Gabon just could not afford it. The plight of the blind ...

  10. Taiwanese firms eye HK gateway to mainland

    Posted Nov 29th 2011, 12:00am

    ... Delta or the Pearl River Delta were their prime destinations. Almost all of the companies surveyed said they would need support services such as economic information on China, protection ...




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