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'The Lego Ninjago Movie' Trailer Debuts on 'GMA'
"GMA" has the world debut of the trailer for the upcoming "Lego" film.
Inflatable Frog Censored After Comparisons to China's Ex-Leader
China’s newest celebrity is a large inflatable toad floating in the middle of a Beijing pond, but mentions of the giant frog have disappeared from some of China's news and social media sites after some netizens pointed out similarities to Jiang Zemin , China's retired leader. The 72-foot-tall
TELEVISION LEGEND BARBARA WALTERS TO MAKE HER FINAL SCHEDULED TELEVISION APPEARANCES ON FRIDAY, MAY 16
ABC: A Barbara Celebration Honors the Television Icon and Trailblazer as She Makes Her Final Co-Host Appearance on “The View” Two-Hour ABC News Primetime Special Pays Tribute to Walters’ Life and Legacy Ms. Walters to Continue as Executive Producer of “The View” She was the first...
This Week in History
Unification drives this week. Politically, a young America and an ancient China solidified their respective countries. Socially, separated races and classes strove to forge an integrated future. Here's what happened this week in history: July 1 1997: Hong Kong returned to China Sixteen years ago,
This Week in History
Monumental court rulings, tense situations in international relations, wars, and the uprooting of the nation's capitol -- check out what happened this week in history. May 13 1846: President Polk Declares War on Mexico Congress approved President Polk's request to declare war on Mexico on May 13,
Xi Jinping Era Begins in China as Secretive Leadership Lineup Unveiled
The Xi Jinping era began in China today with a smile and an apology. Xi and his six fellow Chinese Politburo Standing Committee members were supposed to meet the media and the world at 11 a.m. Beijing time but did not walk out onto the dais inside the Great Hall of the People until minutes before
Former Chinese Leader's Influence Holds Sway as Transition Begins
(Image Credit: Lee Jin-man/AP Photo) After the most politically tumultuous year in a generation, which saw the scandal-ridden fall of party official Bo Xilai and the Sino-U.S. diplomatic kerfuffle over blind activist Chen
How China's Leaders Steer a Massive Nation
Are There Lessons to be Taken From the Communist Party's Method of Governance?
Old and New China Meet Along the Yellow River
The Yellow River, regarded as the cradle of Chinese civilization, winds its way more than 5,000 kilometers from the Tibetan Plateau to its mouth in the Bohai Sea. SPIEGEL travelled the course of the river and discovered how quickly the country is pushing forward with its rise to superpower status
Oct. 29, 1997: U.S.-China Summit
President Clinton welcomes China's president to the White House amidst protests.