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  • China's women begin to confront blatant workplace bias

    China's women begin to confront blatant workplace bias
    BEIJING— Fresh out of college and facing a mountain of debt, the 21-year-old woman was searching online for jobs when she hit upon a listing that sounded perfect: administrative assistant at a tutoring school in Beijing. She sent in her resume, then reread the ad and noticed that only men were asked to apply for the position.
  • In China, poppy seedpod is a spice too hot to handle

    BEIJING — On a stroll through the aisles of the wholesale spice market in southeast Beijing, visitors inhale the fragrances wafting from the burlap sacks of cardamom, star anise, cinnamon, clove, fennel, turmeric and a dazzling selection of peppers,...

    Coastal flooding could cost cities $60 billion by 2050, study says

    Coastal flooding could cost cities $60 billion by 2050, study says
    Coastal flooding could cost big cities more than $60 billion a year by mid-century, with losses jumping even more dramatically if nothing is done to counter rising sea levels and subsiding land, a new study has found. A team of researchers analyzed data...

    Photo: China has a Kobe Bryant statue

    Photo: China has a Kobe Bryant statue
    Two athletic icons whose posters have graced many a bedroom wall recently became more permanent fixtures on opposite ends of the world. A sculpture of martial artist and film star Bruce Lee by a Guangzhou, China, artist was unveiled Saturday in Los...

    Chinese tourists' spending in the U.S. takes off

    Chinese tourists' spending in the U.S. takes off
    Minutes after arriving by bus at an outlet mall in Cabazon, a dozen or so Chinese tourists hustled out to buy luggage that they planned to stuff with high-end clothes, shoes and bags. But not Guoshing Cui, a Samsung supervisor from Guangzhou. He made...