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Scottish scientists discover ‘very strange’ fossilized ‘Chinese dragon’ that is 240 million years old

Scientists announced Friday that they have discovered the fossilized remains of a 240-million-year-old water-dwelling reptile dubbed the ‘Chinese dragon.’ The ancient creature was named because of its long, snake-like appearance – as well as the fact that the Scottish team behind the discovery found it in China. Though the fossilized skeleton was found curled up, measurements indicated

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Massive leak shows Chinese firm hacked foreign govts, activists: analysts

Leaked data unveils I-Soon’s cyber espionage on governments, universities, and social media accounts. A Chinese tech security firm was able to breach foreign governments, infiltrate social media accounts and hack personal computers, a massive data leak analysed by experts this week has revealed. The trove of documents from I-Soon, a private contractor that competed for

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Gold rises as Chinese economy loses luster

SHUNDE, China: The sound of gentle tapping filled a jewelry workshop in southern China as a craftsman hammered pine leaf patterns onto a soft slab of gold in the style of old ink paintings. Elaborate traditional pieces created by master goldsmiths have always been popular in China, bought as gifts for special occasions like the

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Philippines accuses Chinese boats of ‘dangerous’ actions

The Philippines on Saturday accused Chinese coast guard ships of “dangerous” maneuvers after they repeatedly blocked a vessel delivering supplies to Filipino fishermen at a reef off the Southeast Asian nation’s coast. The incidents happened near the China-controlled Scarborough Shoal on Thursday and Friday, several days after the Philippine Coast Guard made similar accusations against

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Tens of thousands turn out to celebrate Chinese New Year

Tens of thousands of people have turned out to see colourful dancing dragons help celebrate the Chinese New Year across the UK. In London they were treated to a blaze of red and gold with elaborate costumes, awakening lion dancing, Chinese performers, street food stalls plus Chinese arts and crafts as the city’s Chinatown hosted

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