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Tesla shipped 444 units in China. Here's why some think that might be a bad thing for Elon Musk's company.
Let’s hope Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk isn’t superstitious.
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China's new president wants to bring back more than social-realist oil paintings. #China   #communistparty   #xijinping  
For much of the last half-century, changing China through economic reform seemed to make far better sense than transforming the country through political revolution. Xi Jinping is trying to flip that on its head.
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China's Communist Party wants officials to stop inflicting their mediocre calligraphy on people.
Officials should put down their calligraphy brushes and stick to governing, says the latest anti-corruption guideline from the Chinese Communist Party’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
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The more money its spends, the better China gets at pumping out bad movies.
As China’s film industry has grown, so too has the number of lemons it’s produced.
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China's Wang Shu has won the Pritzker Prize, architecture's highest honor. Below is a photo of the Ningbo History Museum, designed by Wang. See more photos of his work here: http://on.wsj.com/Auf0o5
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Beautiful muesum. The inside is spectacular. Great setup; starts at the earliest history of the city of Mingzhou through the present city of Ningbo.
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Proview, the Chinese company locked in a trademark dispute with Apple over use of the iPad name in China, has released images of an "iPAD" computer it says it has been producing since 1998. More on the iPAD here: http://t.co/lsTmynle
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what's in a name? people wants the device, and dont care about the name. let the name to the chinese coz people will buy the device anyway. better westerners pay more attention to what is going on in china before doing things coz china is the biggest market.
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"I’m bit worried, what if children light a fire to see the team take action”
Shanghai is stopping at nothing to roll out the welcome mat for Mickey Mouse—including a special, Disney-themed fire-fighting force.
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Tip No. 1 is first for a reason. #China   #travel   #lunarnewyear  
If you’re planning to travel around China during the coming Lunar New Year, you won’t be alone. You’ll be traveling along with hundreds of millions of locals making more than 2.8 billion trips in what is widely known as the world's largest annual human migration.To help ease the mayhem, China Real Time has devised a handy list of travel tips to help you stand apart from the crowd and stay sane during the travel-season rush.
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In this image taken from artist Rutherford Chang's latest work, an alphabetized collection of a year's worth of Wall Street Journal hedcuts called "The Class of 2008.," Chinese president Hu Jintao appears sandwiched between AIDS activist Hu Jia and imprisoned electronics executive Huang Guangyu. More about Chang's project here: http://on.wsj.com/AbHfpF
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Did you check http://www.drstock.org ? If you are a stock investor, you have to calculate the stock prices' true values.
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Here's a photo of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping getting fancy with a Gaelic football during a three-day tour of Ireland. More images, including Xi trying Irish coffee and hurling, here: http://on.wsj.com/xTr2wE
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http://heartcellinfusion.com/ plans to train thousands of cardiologist at no charge worldwide just so they provide the real heart cell infusion with the patients own heart cells. Soon heart cell infusion will be saving thousands of lives every month. A number of heavy weights from the Facebook company are going to take Heart Cell Infusion worldwide with hundreds of top hospitals.
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So Jeremy Lin did this last night. Find out what Linsanity means for the NBA's business in China: http://t.co/kExC6GGP
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Offering a granular, on-the-ground view of goings on in the world's second largest economy.
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China Real Time Report is a vital resource for an expanding global community trying to keep up with a country changing minute by minute. Produced by editor Josh Chin, the site offers quick insight and sharp analysis from the wide network of WSJ and Dow Jones Newswires reporters across Greater China as well as commentators close to the hot topic of the day in law, policy, economics and culture.