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Chinese couples can't afford a second child, no matter what Beijing wants

Chinese couples can't afford a second child

Before her son was born, Chen Huijuan was happy to splash out on skincare products, clothing and socializing with friends. Now, she even hesitates to buy a new dress.


Why wild pigs are causing a stir in Hong Kong

Hong Kong, wild pigs

Last May, Australian Liz Walsh, her husband and their 2-year-old twins, moved into a 30-story apartment block in an upmarket residential area near Hong Kong's financial and business district [ … ]


Hong Kong customs seize record haul of pangolin scales bound for Vietnam

 Hong Kong customs busted a massive endangered species smuggling operation from Africa, seizing a record quantity of pangolin scales along with more than 1,000 ivory tusks, as authoriti [ … ]


World's largest annual human migration now underway in China

China, annual Spring Festival rush, the biggest human migration on the planet

Heading to China to usher in the Year of the Pig? Brace yourself, because things are about to get wild.


China sentences Canadian to death for drug smuggling

Drug smuggling, China sentences Canadian to death

A Canadian citizen in China has been sentenced to death after a court convicted him of drug smuggling on Monday, a move likely to further inflame tensions between Ottawa and Beijing.


Thousands of tourists flee Thai islands as Tropical Storm Pabuk approaches

Thai islands, Tropical Storm Pabuk, tourists flee

Thousands of people are fleeing Thai islands popular with tourists ahead of what could be the most devastating storm to hit in decades, officials told CNN on Thursday.


World's largest ice and snow festival kicks off in China

China, ice and snow festival

If you think enduring teeth-chattering cold is part of the fun when you travel, then the Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival is the carnival for you.


Inside the Japanese town that pays cash for kids

Japanese town,  pay cash for kids

When Katsunori and Kaori Osaka had their first child, they were living in a cramped apartment in Nagoya, a city of more than 2 million people in central Japan.


South Korea turning away from dog meat trade

South Korea, dog meat trade, raising awareness of abandoned dogs and animal rights

Tori, a five-year-old black mongrel with an expressive, happy face, has enjoyed a rags-to-riches change of fortune.


Indonesia tsunami: New warning system 'to be built next year'

Indonesia tsunami, new warning system 'to be built next year'

Indonesia says it will build a new warning system capable of detecting tsunamis caused by undersea landslides, days after giant waves triggered by a volcano killed at least 429 people.


Indonesians worry another tsunami is coming

Indonesia, tsunami, disasters, Indonesians worry another tsunami

As the threat of more deadly tsunamis casts a pall of fear over Indonesia, the country's National Disaster Mitigation Agency said Monday that more than 5,600 people are displaced.


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