Wednesday, 25 May 2016

When running wears out the knees

Medication can stop pain, inflammation; more serious injury may require surgery

Housing crisis in China’s ‘Silicon Valley’: Huawei, other hi-tech giants head for cheaper cities as rising costs deter talents

Home prices in Shenzhen surged almost 50 per cent last year and are now more than double those in provincial capital

Tuesday, 24 May 2016

China tycoon saves Australia lambs to show perks of foreign cash

When biting winter winds whip through the paddocks of the 170-year-old Lal Lal sheep farmin Australia's central Victoria this year, a Chinese wool tycoon will be trying to help revive an ailing industry. He's also hoping to overturn scepticism toward foreign investors.

Saturday, 21 May 2016

US, China closer on South China Sea issues than they appear

When big countries reach agreement, small countries may pay the price, says Ambassador-at-large Bilahari Kausikan in a speech he delivered in Tokyo this week. The excerpt below includes notes prepared in anticipation of questions.