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China treads carefully amid anger of MH370 relatives China's 7.4% growth beats forecast  But the first quarter of the year is a slowdown from 7.7% growth in the final quarter of last year China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted Vietnam tensions: Beijing vows to continue drilling China denounces cyber-theft charges China plans to take 5 million older vehicles off road Tiananmen tense on rally anniversary Map of Tiananmen Square China
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  China urges Malaysia to intensify search for flight MH370  China has urged Malaysia to 'step up its efforts' in the search for the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that disappeared on Saturday   Malaysia Airlines MH370: China 'will not give up' on plane  Premier Li Keqiang has pledged to continue search efforts for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 'as long as there is a glimmer of hope'   Malaysia plane hunger strike threat   Relatives of the Chinese passengers on the flight have threatened a hunger strike if Malaysia fails to provide more accurate information China's Xi starts first Europe tour China families vent missing plane fury Map of Malaysia%27s embassy China
China to create new private banks Beijing air pollution at dangerously high levels China economic growth at 14-year low China activist lawyer Xu Zhiyong set for trial US, China promise closer cooperation on climate change China to Obama: Scrap meeting with Dalai Lama China sets growth, defence targets   Malaysia Airlines loses contact with plane carrying 239 people Map of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia


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  Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with MH370 with 239 aboard travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
 A Boeing 777-200ER had lost contact with Subang Air Traffic Control outside Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft had last been heard from less than an hour after takeoff. The aircraft carried 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 nations
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  Angry relatives of passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have clashed with police outside Malaysia's embassy in the Chinese capital
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  Chinese security personnel have swamped Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing massacre


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Jul.31 China manufacturing growth speeds up


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Aug.18   Jackie Chan's son Jaycee in drug arrest
  Jaycee Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, were detained last Thursday, Beijing police said Aug.31 China factory growth misses forecast


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Sep.5 2 test pilots killed in hugely popular aircraft carrier development program
Sep.13 First Formula E electric motor race held in Beijing

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Oct.1   China warns on 'illegal' HK protests
  China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned against 'illegal' protests in Hong Kong, amid major pro-democracy rallies in the territory Oct.5 Djokovic extends incredible winning run in Beijing
Oct.10   China 'confident in HK stability'   Premier Li Keqiang says he is sure social stability can be maintained in Hong Kong, as pro-democracy protests in the region entered 3rd week Oct.19 Beijing Marathon runners wear masks to combat smog

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Nov.7   China and Japan smooth islands row  China and Japan have agreed to try to reduce tensions over a disputed chain of islands in the East China Sea Nov.8   Apec agrees network to share information on corruption  Countries of Asia and the Pacific region have agreed to set up a network to share information on corruption Nov.9     Leaders of China, Japan hold ice-breaking meeting
  Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe held an ice-breaking meeting Monday on the sidelines of an Asia-Pacific conference
Nov.10     Xi urges trade ties at Apec summit
  Chinese leader Xi Jinping has urged Asia-Pacific nations to accelerate economic integration to spur global growth, on day two of the Apec summit Nov.11     Obama and Xi in emissions pledge
  US President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are holding further talks in Beijing, with trade rivalries to the fore
Nov.12     Chinese censors wipe Putin's move on China's first lady  At APEC event to watch the fireworks, Russian President created a few of his own by slipping a shawl over the shoulders of Peng Liyuan Nov.30   China's manufacturing growth slows  China's factory activity slowed by more than expected in November, highlighting how a cooling economy is impacting its vast manufacturing se...

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Dec.7   China trade data below expectations  Trade data from the world's second largest economy, China, came in well below expectations on Monday, heightening fears of a sharper slowdow... Dec.9   Former top Chinese economic planner given life in prison  Liu Tienan, a former deputy head of the agency that steers state-dominated economy was sentenced to life in prison for taking bribes Dec.14   China decrees new rules when singing national anthem  A series of rules proposed by the government will set strict limits on when, where and how 'March of the Volunteers' can be performed Dec.20     Xi Jinping defends 'one-China' idea in Macau, amid protests   Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Macau residents to respect the 'one-China' policy during a visit to the former Portuguese colony Dec.25   Man drives into crowd of pedestrians in Beijing   Police say an elderly Chinese man has driven his car through a crowd of pedestrians outside a popular Beijing sports stadium, injuring eight... Dec.28   Scaffold collapse at Beijing school kills 10   The accident occurred at Tsinghua High School in the city's northwest. All the victims were workers building a school gymnasium





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China sets growth, defence targets 2 test pilots killed in hugely popular aircraft carrier development program Beijing air pollution at dangerously high levels   Malaysia Airlines loses contact with plane carrying 239 people Map of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia




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  Malaysia Airlines says it has lost contact with MH370 with 239 aboard travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing
 A Boeing 777-200ER had lost contact with Subang Air Traffic Control outside Kuala Lumpur. The aircraft had last been heard from less than an hour after takeoff. The aircraft carried 12 Malaysian crew members and 227 passengers from 14 nations
Mar.10   China urges Malaysia to intensify search for flight MH370
  China has urged Malaysia to 'step up its efforts' in the search for the Malaysia Airlines passenger plane that disappeared on Saturday Mar.12   Malaysia Airlines MH370: China 'will not give up' on plane
  Premier Li Keqiang has pledged to continue search efforts for the missing Malaysia Airlines flight 'as long as there is a glimmer of hope' Mar.18   Malaysia plane hunger strike threat   Relatives of the Chinese passengers on the flight have threatened a hunger strike if Malaysia fails to provide more accurate information Mar.25 China families vent missing plane fury Map of Malaysia%27s embassy China
  Angry relatives of passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have clashed with police outside Malaysia's embassy in the Chinese capital
Mar.27 China treads carefully amid anger of MH370 relatives Apr.17 China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted May.26 China plans to take 5 million older vehicles off road Sep.5 2 test pilots killed in hugely popular aircraft carrier development program Oct.19 Beijing Marathon runners wear masks to combat smog Dec.25 Man drives into crowd of pedestrians in Beijing   Police say an elderly Chinese man has driven his car through a crowd of pedestrians outside a popular Beijing sports stadium, injuring eight... Dec.28 Scaffold collapse at Beijing school kills 10   The accident occurred at Tsinghua High School in the city's northwest. All the victims were workers building a school gymnasium



Beijing, 2014 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2014 Sep.13 First Formula E electric motor race held in Beijing
Oct.5 Djokovic extends incredible winning run in Beijing Oct.19 Beijing Marathon runners wear masks to combat smog



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2014 Jan.6 China to create new private banks
Jan.19 China economic growth at 14-year low Mar.4 China sets growth, defence targets Apr.15 China's 7.4% growth beats forecast  But the first quarter of the year is a slowdown from 7.7% growth in the final quarter of last year Apr.17 China says one-fifth of its farmland is polluted May.26 China plans to take 5 million older vehicles off road Jul.31 China manufacturing growth speeds up Aug.18 Jackie Chan's son Jaycee in drug arrest  Jaycee Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, were detained last Thursday, Beijing police said Aug.31 China factory growth misses forecast Nov.30 China's manufacturing growth slows  China's factory activity slowed by more than expected in November, highlighting how a cooling economy is impacting its vast manufacturing se... Dec.7 China trade data below expectations  Trade data from the world's second largest economy, China, came in well below expectations on Monday, heightening fears of a sharper slowdow... Dec.28 Scaffold collapse at Beijing school kills 10   The accident occurred at Tsinghua High School in the city's northwest. All the victims were workers building a school gymnasium



Beijing, 2014 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.21 China activist lawyer Xu Zhiyong set for trial
May.19 China denounces cyber-theft charges Aug.18 Jackie Chan's son Jaycee in drug arrest  Jaycee Chan, 31, and Taiwanese movie star Kai Ko, 23, were detained last Thursday, Beijing police said Nov.8 Apec agrees network to share information on corruption  Countries of Asia and the Pacific region have agreed to set up a network to share information on corruption Dec.9 Former top Chinese economic planner given life in prison  Liu Tienan, a former deputy head of the agency that steers state-dominated economy was sentenced to life in prison for taking bribes Dec.25 Man drives into crowd of pedestrians in Beijing   Police say an elderly Chinese man has driven his car through a crowd of pedestrians outside a popular Beijing sports stadium, injuring eight...



Beijing, 2014 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2014 Jan.6 China to create new private banks
Jan.21 China activist lawyer Xu Zhiyong set for trial Feb.15 US, China promise closer cooperation on climate change Feb.21 China to Obama: Scrap meeting with Dalai Lama Mar.4 China sets growth, defence targets Mar.22 China's Xi starts first Europe tour Mar.25 China families vent missing plane fury Map of Malaysia%27s embassy China
  Angry relatives of passengers on board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane have clashed with police outside Malaysia's embassy in the Chinese capital
May.15 Vietnam tensions: Beijing vows to continue drilling May.19 China denounces cyber-theft charges Jun.3 Tiananmen tense on rally anniversary Map of Tiananmen Square China
  Chinese security personnel have swamped Beijing's Tiananmen Square on the 25th anniversary of the Beijing massacre
Sep.13 First Formula E electric motor race held in Beijing Oct.1 China warns on 'illegal' HK protests   China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi has warned against 'illegal' protests in Hong Kong, amid major pro-democracy rallies in the territory Oct.10 China 'confident in HK stability'   Premier Li Keqiang says he is sure social stability can be maintained in Hong Kong, as pro-democracy protests in the region entered 3rd week Nov.7 China and Japan smooth islands row  China and Japan have agreed to try to reduce tensions over a disputed chain of islands in the East China Sea Nov.8 Apec agrees network to share information on corruption  Countries of Asia and the Pacific region have agreed to set up a network to share information on corruption Nov.9   Leaders of China, Japan hold ice-breaking meeting
  Chinese President Xi Jinping and Japanese PM Shinzo Abe held an ice-breaking meeting Monday on the sidelines of an Asia-Pacific conference
Nov.10   Xi urges trade ties at Apec summit   Chinese leader Xi Jinping has urged Asia-Pacific nations to accelerate economic integration to spur global growth, on day two of the Apec summit Nov.11   Obama and Xi in emissions pledge
  US President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping are holding further talks in Beijing, with trade rivalries to the fore
Nov.12   Chinese censors wipe Putin's move on China's first lady  At APEC event to watch the fireworks, Russian President created a few of his own by slipping a shawl over the shoulders of Peng Liyuan Dec.9 Former top Chinese economic planner given life in prison  Liu Tienan, a former deputy head of the agency that steers state-dominated economy was sentenced to life in prison for taking bribes Dec.14 China decrees new rules when singing national anthem  A series of rules proposed by the government will set strict limits on when, where and how 'March of the Volunteers' can be performed Dec.20   Xi Jinping defends 'one-China' idea in Macau, amid protests   Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged Macau residents to respect the 'one-China' policy during a visit to the former Portuguese colony