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Britons showed 'losing mindset', say Chinese media in swipe at leave vote
The Chinese people will ‘watch the consequence of Britain’s embracing of a “democratic” referendum’, says Communist party-run Global TimesThe vote to leave the European Union meant Britons were “showing a losing mindset” and becoming “citizens of a nation that prefers to shut itself from the outside world”, Chinese state media said on Saturday.Global Times, the Communist party’s mouthpiece, said in an editorial: “The world’s centre used to lie on the two sides of the Atlantic. Now the focus has shifted to the Pacific.” Related: EU parliament leader: we want Britain out as soon as possible Related: Democracy is a joke, says China – just look at Donald Trump Continue reading...
Beijing has fallen: China's capital sinking by 11cm a year, satellite study warns
Pumping of groundwater blamed for causing soil to collapse as development roars ahead above, with railways among infrastructure at risk, say scientists China’s capital is known for its horrendous smog and occasional sandstorms. Yet one of its major environmental threats lies underground: Beijing is sinking.Excessive pumping of groundwater is causing the geology under the city to collapse, according to a new study using satellite imagery that reveals parts of Beijing – particularly its central business district – are subsiding each year by as much as 11 centimetres, or more than four inches. Continue reading...
Seeing double: is Hangzhou's new construction the Chinese twin towers?
Hangzhou already boasts a copycat Eiffel Tower, while other Chinese cities have versions of Manhattan and Tower Bridge. But the firm behind the Zhejiang Gate Towers says any resemblance to New York’s World Trade Center is unintentionalHangzhou, a city in eastern China with a population of 9 million, is best known for its tourist-magnet West Lake area and historic buildings – even if local authorities have allowed the latter to be converted into McDonald’s and Starbucks branches.Despite the pace of recent developments – partly due to Hangzhou becoming a business hub for technology companies – the city has largely left the macho tower-building to its neighbour Shanghai, located 180km northeast, and China’s other expanding megacities. Related: New York's twin towers – the 'filing cabinets' that became icons of America: a history of cities in 50 buildings, day 40 Continue reading...
China and Japan help ranks of the super-rich swell to more than 15m
Asia-Pacific region overtakes North America for first time both in number of rich people and wealth held by themThe ranks of the world’s super-rich swelled to more than 15 million last year, led by Japan and China, where wealthy individuals appear to have prospered despite 2015’s stock market turmoil.The Asia-Pacific region has for the first time overtaken North America both for the number of rich people and the wealth held by them, according to the annual world wealth report from consultancy firm Capgemini. Continue reading...

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