66 Chinese Herbs Listed in European Pharmacopoeia Sixty-six Chinese medicinal herbs have been added to the European Pharmacopoeia, an authoritative reference work for quality control of medication, meaning there are clear quality standards for Chinese herbs exported to Europe.
Financial Forum Stress Need for Upgraded Capital Markets Economists, regulators and government officials who gathered in Beijing over the weekend for a financial forum are suggesting Chinese authorities need to put more pressure on this country's state-run banks to clean-up their lending policies and priorities.
More Rain for Flood-ravaged South China More rain is on the way for south China, where rain-triggered floods have already displaced tens of thousands of people, according to the national observatory forecast on Monday.
Chinese Investors Pour Money into U.S. Property New calculations show Chinese investors have now spend a combined 9.3-billion US dollars on property in the United States so far this year. The numbers have been bolstered by China Life Insurance's completion of its purchase this past week of a Manhattan office tower on 6th Avenue in New York.
China Says Not Interested in Any Form of "Cold War" China on Monday expressed disinterest in any form of cold war and firmly opposed anything that might threaten or harm the country's sovereignty and security, responding to Ashton Carter's remarks that China could be erecting "a Great Wall of self-isolation."