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03.26.15 Skiing Is the Latest Obsession for China’s Wealthy
Wall Street Journal
Winter sports are catching on as Beijing bids to host the 2022 Winter Olympics.
Business, Environment, Society
03.26.15 The Devil, or Mr Wang
China’s second most powerful leader is admired and feared. 
03.26.15 Which U.S. Companies Are Doing the Most R&D in China and India?
Harvard Business Review / Vijay Govindarajan, Gunjan Bagla, and Avinash Agrawal
Companies' quest to cut costs per engineer drives new entrants into using R&D from India and China.
Business, Economy, Science, Technology
03.26.15 South Korea Says It Will Join China-Led Asia Infrastructure Investment Bank
Wall Street Journal
Seoul makes assurances about AIIB’s governance, which U.S. has been wary about.
Business, Economy, Politics
03.26.15 US Admiral: China Counter-Space Threat Is ‘Real’
China’s ability to wage war in space is a major concern for the United States.,
History, Military, Science, Technology
03.26.15 US Risks Epic Blunder by Treating China as an Economic Enemy
Telegraph / Ambrose Evans-Pritchard
The United States has handled its economic diplomacy with shocking myopia.
Business, Economy, Law
03.25.15 Car-Hire Services Compete for the Ride Stuff
Caixin / Qin Min and Wang XInci
Uber's deal with a car broker is a sign of growing competition among firms relying on car-hire and taxi-hailing apps.
Business, Energy, Environment, Law
03.24.15 China Eyes Innovation in Face of Economic “New Normal”
The growth target for 2015 was set at "approximately 7 percent," down from 7.5 percent in 2014.
Business, Economy, Politics
03.24.15 Seeing Through the Smog
China Open Research Network / Wenjuan Zhang
Potential impacts of the documentary Under the Domes on China’s Civic Participation.
Energy, Environment, Media, Politics
03.24.15 China Reiterates Openness of AIIB After Shift in US Attitude
The China-proposed AIIB, has an expected initial subscribed capital of $50 billion.
Business, Economy, Law, Politics