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MORE SPORTS
Dec 28, 2022
Images of 2022: Sports
From the wintry slopes of the Beijing Games to the heat on the pitches of the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, Japan has had plenty to celebrate in the world of sports over the past 12 months.
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LIFE / Food & Drink
Dec 9, 2022
Beijing sees spike in 'underground' eateries
'It was quite secretive —u00a0you couldn't see the lights on the second floor from the outside.'
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ASIA PACIFIC
Nov 29, 2022
A protest? A vigil? In Beijing, anxious crowds are unsure how far to go.
In a country where protests are swiftly quashed, many who gathered to voice their discontent — under the watchful eye of the police — were uncertain about how far to go.
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Figure Skating
Nov 9, 2022
Kamila Valieva's doping case referred to CAS
WADA had issued a 'formal notice' to Russian anti-doping authorities last month after raising concerns with the ongoing delay in the figure skater's case.
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BUSINESS
Nov 8, 2022
China’s business elite sees the country that let them thrive slipping away
China's leader, Xi Jinping, used an important Communist Party congress last month to establish near-absolute power and make it clear that security would trump the economy.
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Figure Skating
Oct 28, 2022
World Anti-Doping Agency warns Russia over Kamila Valieva's doping case
The World Anti-Doping Agency has warned the Russian Anti-Doping Agency it will take the case of teenage figure skater Kamila Valieva to the Court of Arbitration for Sport if the Russian agency does not promptly resolve its investigation.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 16, 2022
Xi refuses to rule out taking Taiwan by force, warning of 'dangerous storms' ahead
The powerful Chinese leader is widely expected to win a third term at a twice-a-decade Communist Party congress and cement his place as the country's most powerful ruler since Mao Zedong.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 16, 2022
‘We’re all over this place’: Building a fortress for Beijing’s moment
The mission of security forces is straightforward: make sure nothing disrupts the Chinese Communist Party congress, where Xi Jinping is expected to secure a third term as leader.
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ASIA PACIFIC / FOCUS
Oct 15, 2022
Xi’s green China dream tested by weak economy and global strife
China's party congress in Beijing will likely take place under crisp, blue skies — a symbol of Xi Jinping's environmental stewardship that is being tested by darkening economic clouds.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Oct 4, 2022
Xi's 'Chinese Dream' flickers in one Beijing neighborhood
As Xi prepares for the Communist Party to anoint him for an unprecedented third term in office, some say the dream is losing definition.
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JAPAN
Sep 24, 2022
Event marking 50th anniversary of Japan-China ties opens in Beijing
At the opening ceremony, Japanese envoy Hideo Tarumi stressed the significance of holding such an event, saying it will help deepen mutual understanding and trust between the two countries.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Aug 16, 2022
Troops, noodles and familial love: China lays out its ideal Taiwan
Alongside its flashy display of power, China has been laying out its most forceful vision — political, economic, cultural — of a unified future.
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ASIA PACIFIC
Aug 11, 2022
Taiwan holds military drill after China repeats threats
Beijing has raged at a trip to Taiwan last week by U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, staging days of air and sea drills around the island.
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Figure Skating
Jul 20, 2022
Only praise from peers for Yuzuru Hanyu after announcing retirement
Locals from Hanyu's hometown of Sendai, and other areas in northeastern Japan, devastated by the 2011 earthquake and tsunami, also praised his achievements.
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Figure Skating
Jul 19, 2022
Yuzuru Hanyu confirms end to illustrious 12-year senior career
The figure skating legend has ended months of speculation over whether he would contest the upcoming ISU Grand Prix season and begin a quest for a potential fourth Winter Games berth.
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BASEBALL
Jul 5, 2022
Japan icon Yukiko Ueno awarded by WBSC for long-term contributions
The 39-year-old threw six shutout innings to help Japan beat the United States in last summer's gold-medal game as Olympic softball returned for the first time since 2008 in Beijing.
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BUSINESS
Jul 1, 2022
ANA to resume flights from Beijing to Narita after suspension
ANA will only operate one-way flights on Mondays for the time being due to Chinese COVID-19 restrictions.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Politics
Jun 30, 2022
Hong Kong has 'risen from the ashes,' China's Xi says on rare visit
This is Xi Jinping's first trip to the territory since orchestrating crackdowns on political dissent and COVID-19, which put the city's future as a financial hub at risk.
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ASIA PACIFIC / Crime & Legal
Jun 27, 2022
‘An invisible cage’: How China is policing the future
The latest generation of technology digs through vast amounts of data to find patterns and aberrations, promising to predict crimes or protests before they happen.
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BUSINESS / Markets
Jun 7, 2022
Marxism makes a comeback in China’s crackdown on ‘disorderly capital’
Since the end of 2020, when China's Communist Party began vowing to rein in the 'disorderly expansion of capital,” a regulatory onslaught has swept through the economy and stock market.

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