China’s Boyalife won’t create human clones

China-based Boyalife Group, one of the world’s largest cloning factories, has announced that it will not create human clones any time soon, even if technology allows it to do so.

Boyalife has already added hundreds of cloned bomb-sniffing dogs to anti-terrorism campaigns all through the... read more

Chinese Employees Need Better Air Quality in Their Work Area

Several companies in China have now found that it is very necessary to spend more money to provide better quality air to its staff within their offices if they want to retain their workforce.

It has been known that air quality in China has worsen in past few year, and the most affected... read more

Chinese Academy of Sciences launches the country's first dark matter satellite

China has participated in the worldwide competition on a scientific frontier, the lookout for dark matter, with the latest study instruments and facilities that have pushed the expectations for answers.

The Chinese Academy of Sciences launched the first dark matter satellite of the county... read more

Apple, Samsung tie up with UnionPay to launch mobile payment services in China in 2016

According to reports, bigwig smartphone manufacturers Apple and Samsung Electronics have worked out separate deals with China’s biggest payment and clearing network China UnionPay Co., to launch their competing mobile payments systems -- Apple Pay and Samsung Pay respectively -- in the country... read more

Beijing’s Poisonous Air prompts Government to Issue Red Alert

Much of China’s massive capital Beijing shut down on Tuesday after the government announced air pollution red alert. The first-time red alert forced the city to close its schools, factories and construction sites. The alert also restricted the number of vehicles on the city roads.

While... read more

OnePlus officially makes OnePlus 2 handset “invite-free…forever”

In an announcement made via a recent forum post, Chinese device manufacturer OnePlus said that it is officially dropping the ‘invite’ requirement for its current flagship handset, OnePlus 2, with effect from December 5, 2015. The move announced by OnePlus comes in coincidence with the company’s... read more

China’s Carbon Dioxide Emissions may stall in 2015

Carbon dioxide emissions of China could stall this year as the East Asian country has installedmore clean energy capacity to deal with climate change. New estimate by Bloomberg New Energy Finance predicted that CO2 emissions in China may rise just 0.24% this year from last year. This will be... read more

Chinese Scientists find Gene that makes Enterobacteriaceae resistant to Antibiotics

Chinese scientists claimed they have found a gene that could make Enterobacteriaceae, which is also known as common bacteria, resistant to antibiotics that pose serious health complications when passed to others.

More than 22,000 individuals around the world lose their lives due to... read more

Vulnerability to climate change grew 18% last year

According to researchers, in 2014 global investment in activities for reduction of planet-warming emissions and climate change vulnerability has grown 18% to $391 billion as private backing for renewable energy technologies has increased.
An annual report from the Climate Policy Initiative... read more

HTC’s rumored ‘One X9’ handset has been certified by China's TENAA

Close on the heels of the early-November online leak of a poster of HTC’s much-rumored ‘One X9’ smartphone, recent reports have now revealed that the purported new HTC handset has recently received a certification from China's Telecommunication Equipment Certification Center.

According to... read more

China launches mapping satellite into orbit

On Monday, China has successfully launched a mapping satellite into orbit at 3.10 am EDT. The liftoff of the Tianhui-1C took place from the Launch Area 4 at the Jiuquan satellite launch centre in Gansu province.

The satellite has been safely placed into a Sun-synchronous orbit (SSO).... read more

Mark Zuckerberg delivers 20-minute speech in Chinese at Beijing’s Tsinghua University

During this past weekend, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg delivered a 20-minute speech in Chinese, at the Tsinghua University in Beijing. Zuckerberg, who is currently on a visit to China, impressed the University’s students with his Chinese speaking skills.

Delivering his speech in heavily... read more


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