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Taiwan's Taoists protest against curbs on incense and firecrackers

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Taiwan's Taoists protest against curbs on incense and firecrackers

- than 10,000 people have marched in the Taiwanese capital against government attempts to limit the burning of incense and paper money during religious ceremonies. The government has been pushing to end the practices, along with the lighting of firecrackers, to fight pollution. The risks include raised levels of PM2.5, benzene and methylbenzene. The protesters were followers of the Taoist religion. They say the practices are a crucial element of their rituals
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After a famed prisoner dies in China, Taiwan fears for another

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After a famed prisoner dies in China, Taiwan fears for another

- TAIPEI (NYTIMES) - For many in Taiwan, the death in custody last week of the Chinese Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo had double relevance. It was a reminder of how much Taiwan - but not China - has changed politically since the late 1980s, when both were one-party, authoritarian states. On Saturday, Taiwan, now a full-fledged democracy, celebrated the 30th anniversary of the end of four decades of martial law
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7 Taiwanese detained in Cambodia for telecoms fraud

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7 Taiwanese detained in Cambodia for telecoms fraud

- TAIPEI (Reuters) - Cambodia has detained seven people from Taiwan suspected of running a telecoms scam, the self-ruled island said on Thursday (July 20), adding that it is trying to bring them home and avoid their deportation to China. Cambodia, one of China's closest allies in South-east Asia, does not recognise the island's government. Last year, Cambodia deported 13 people from Taiwan to mainland China, where they were wanted on suspicion of the same crime, despite opposition from Taipei, which accused Beijing of "abducting" its citizens
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Taiwan says seven nationals detained in Cambodia for telecom fraud

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Taiwan says seven nationals detained in Cambodia for telecom fraud

- TAIPEI: Cambodia has detained seven Taiwan nationals suspected of running a telecoms scam, the self-ruled island said on Thursday, adding that it is trying to bring them home and avoid their deportation to China, which gave information for the crackdown. Cambodia, one of China's closest allies in Southeast Asia, does not recognise the island's government. Last year it deported 13 Taiwan nationals wanted on the same charges to mainland China, despite opposition from Taipei, which accused Beijing of "abducting" its citizens
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Taiwanese scam suspects taken to scenes of alleged crime

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Taiwanese scam suspects taken to scenes of alleged crime

- SINGAPORE - Three of four Taiwanese men who have been charged with receiving stolen money this month were taken to locations in Geylang and Parklane Shopping Centre by the police on Wednesday (July 19). They are believed to have played roles in police impersonation scams where victims lost over $800,000 in total. Huang Ying-Chun, 52, Chen Peng-Yu, 34, and Hsieh Teng-Chia, 30, were seen arriving in separate, unmarked police cars at a coffee shop in Lorong 12, Geylang on Wednesday morning
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Taiwan politicians scuffle during heated spending debate

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Taiwan politicians scuffle during heated spending debate

- TAIPEI: Politicians scuffled in Taiwan’s parliament on Tuesday during a heated debate over how billions of dollar for an infrastructure development plan will be allocated. Members of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) and opposition Nationalist party threw water and shoved each other to the floor of the legislature, according to video of the melee shown on Taiwan’s FTV network. The DPP-backed Infrastructure Development Programme was approved this month and is aimed at bolstering domestic demand and rebalancing the island’s economy away from its reliance on exports
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China upset about 'negative' Taiwan content in US defence bill

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China upset about 'negative' Taiwan content in US defence bill

- BEIJING: China said on Monday it had lodged a stern complaint with the United States after the U.S. House of Representatives passed its version of a big annual defence bill that would expand exchanges with self-ruled Taiwan. China considers democratic Taiwan to be a wayward province and has never renounced the use of force to bring the island under its control
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China: Air force conducts ‘multiple’ long-range missions near Taiwan, Japan

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China: Air force conducts ‘multiple’ long-range missions near Taiwan, Japan

- CHINA’S air force said on Saturday that its fighters and bombers conducted “multiple” long-range drills far out at sea this week, including flying near Japan and self-ruled Taiwan, in what it said was a test of its ability to operate over the sea. In a statement on its official microblog, the air force said its aircraft had flown through both the Miyako Strait – which lies between two southern Japanese islands – and the Bashi Channel that separates Taiwan and the Philippines
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Pain that will never go away - Regional

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Pain that will never go away - Regional

- TAIPEI: When saxophonist Chen Shen-ching was jailed during Taiwan’s “White Terror” political purges, it was music that helped him hold on to his sanity. Banned from taking his instrument into prison he scrawled songs on scraps of paper and memorised them during his 12 years behind bars. As the island prepares to mark 30 years since martial law was lifted and it began its journey to become a vibrant democracy, Chen is one of a number of creative Taiwanese who want to ensure those dark days are never forgotten
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Deputadas quase se estrangulam durante briga em Taiwan

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Deputadas quase se estrangulam durante briga em Taiwan

- TAIPEI - Duas deputadas de Taiwan brigaram a ponto de quase se estrangularem durante tensões por um debate no Parlamento. Chiu Yi-ying e Hsu Shu-hua trocaram tapas e agarram o pescoço uma da outra durante uma sessão para discutir os planos da ilha para a reformar sua infraestrutura. A briga começou enquanto deputados opositores do partido Kuomintang (KMT) protestavam aos gritos contra o plano da presidente Tsai Ing-wen
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Taiwanese lawmakers launch water balloons, brandish chairs in floor brawl

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Taiwanese lawmakers launch water balloons, brandish chairs in floor brawl

- A fracas broke out on the Taiwanese parliament floor Friday as lawmakers exchanged blows over an infrastructure project for the second day in a row. Amid negotiations over a budget review for the infrastructure project, rival politicians pushed one another to the ground, threw water balloons and hoisted padded office chairs over their heads. In the video of the brawl, a whistle is blown repeatedly — seemingly in an attempt to regain control of the floor — but lawmakers ignored the call for order and continued to fight and yell at one another
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

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Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl

- Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation. . . Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation Punches, chairs thrown in Taiwanese parliament brawl Bipartisan bickering has gone to another level in the island nation A brawl broke out in Taiwan’s parliament for the second straight day on Friday when lawmakers from opposing parties began battling over budget proposals for an infrastructure development plan seen as a key economic stimulus by Taiwan’s president
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China says Taiwan remarks on dissident Liu 'very dangerous'

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China says Taiwan remarks on dissident Liu 'very dangerous'

- BEIJING (Reuters) - China accused Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen of aggravating tension across the Taiwan Strait on Friday, citing her comments following the death of Nobel Peace laureate Liu Xiaobo as an example of "repeated arbitrary attacks". Tsai said on Thursday that the self-ruled island hoped China could show self-confidence and promote political reform, after the dissident Liu died of cancer
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  • Death toll rises to nine in suspected human trafficking case in Texas
    Death toll rises to nine in suspected human trafficking case in Texas

    , chinapost.com.tw

    Police in San Antonio called it a "human trafficking crime," after they were called to the scene early Sunday in a parking lot outside a Walmart store on the south-west side of the city. "We arrived on the scene and found eight people dead in the back of that trailer," San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said. Another victim died later, taking the death toll to nine, according to a statement from the United States Attorney's Office
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Politics & Government

  • Report suggests Russia hackers breached voting software firm
    Report suggests Russia hackers breached voting software firm

    , chinapost.com.tw

    WASHINGTON — Russian hackers attacked at least one U.S. voting software supplier days before last year's presidential election, according to a government intelligence report leaked Monday that suggests election-related hacking penetrated further into U.S. voting systems than previously known. The classified National Security Agency report, which was published online by The Intercept, does not say whether the hacking had any effect on election results
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Sports

  • Zii Jia and Jin Wei march on in Taiwan - Badminton
    Zii Jia and Jin Wei march on in Taiwan - Badminton

    , thestar.com.my

    PETALING JAYA: Young shuttlers Lee Zii Jia and Goh Jin Wei (pic) have checked into the semi-finals of the Taiwan Open. The 19-year-old Zii Jia looks to be shaping up well for next month’s Kuala Lumpur SEA Games when he dumped eighth seed Khosit Phetpradab of Thailand in the men’s singles quarter-finals at the Taipei Arena yesterday. This will be Zii Jia’s second semi-final appearance in a Grand Prix Gold tournament, having also reached the last four of the second-tier Thailand Masters in February
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Business

  • Chinese SOEs steps up deleveraging via debt-to-equity swap
    Chinese SOEs steps up deleveraging via debt-to-equity swap

    , chinapost.com.tw

    To date, 12 centrally administered SOEs have entered into debt-to-equity swaps framework agreements in a bid to deleverage, the newspaper reported. Debt-to-equity swap deals are an important tool for SOEs' deleveraging. With the progress of such deals, enterprises will be in a better position to reduce non-performing assets and reduce debts burdens, the report said. In the recent National Financial Work Conference, the central government required that SOEs give priority to deleveraging and speed up the phase-out of debt-laden "zombie enterprises"
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Technology

  • Taiwan to spend $45 million over 5 years on AI research centres
    Taiwan to spend $45 million over 5 years on AI research centres

    , straitstimes.com

    TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan plans to spend NT$1 billion (S$45.27 million) every year over a period of five years on artificial intelligence research centres, the government said, in a move that will help its technology firms enter the fledgling sector. "The importance of AI for Taiwan is apparent through its semiconductor companies. Right now, they have an opportunity to enter the sphere of AI, and Taiwan needs to grab onto this opportunity," Minister of Science and Technology Liang-Gee Chen said during a press conference in Taipei
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Health

  • Taiwan offers cancer treatment to China dissident Liu
    Taiwan offers cancer treatment to China dissident Liu

    , sg.yahoo.com

    Taiwan said Wednesday that it was willing to offer cancer-stricken Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo treatment after prison officials granted him medical parole, in a move likely to rile Beijing. The offer came a day after China rejected criticism over its treatment of Liu, as the United States urged Beijing to give the paroled activist freedom to move and choose his own doctors
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Family & Parenting

  • Jay Chou confirms birth of son
    Jay Chou confirms birth of son

    , tnp.sg

    Taiwan Mandopop superstar Jay Chou has confirmed the birth of his son, his second child, in a post on his Facebook page early Wednesday (June 21) morning. In the post, he shared a photo of his 23-year-old wife, Hannah Quinlivan, kissing their sleeping newborn as well as their older child, daughter Hathaway, in bed. In Chinese, Chou, 38, wrote: “Haha, jie jie’s (older sister) song Lover From A Previous Life did not get nominated, so we will have to rely on mummy’s lover from a previous life to fight on her behalf
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Society & Culture

  • Suspected Taiwan drug smuggler shot dead by Indonesia police
    Suspected Taiwan drug smuggler shot dead by Indonesia police

    , channelnewsasia.com

    JAKARTA: A Taiwanese man caught with a tonne of crystal meth was shot dead by Indonesian police after he tried to escape, authorities said Thursday (Jul 13). Lin Ming Hui was among a group of four Taiwanese men found in Banten province -- a couple of hours outside the capital Jakarta -- with 1,000kg of the drug packed in 51 boxes
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Religion & Spirituality

  • Taiwan's Taoists protest against curbs on incense and firecrackers
    Taiwan's Taoists protest against curbs on incense and firecrackers

    , bbc.co.uk

    than 10,000 people have marched in the Taiwanese capital against government attempts to limit the burning of incense and paper money during religious ceremonies. The government has been pushing to end the practices, along with the lighting of firecrackers, to fight pollution. The risks include raised levels of PM2.5, benzene and methylbenzene. The protesters were followers of the Taoist religion. They say the practices are a crucial element of their rituals
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Entertainment & Arts

  • Mayday gives Hong Kong a gift at last concert
    Mayday gives Hong Kong a gift at last concert

    , chinapost.com.tw

    Mayday's lineup of guest performers included Alan Tam (譚詠麟), Richie Jen (任賢齊), "Love off the Cuff" actors Shawn Yue (余文樂) and Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) and other stars of Hong Kong. In the last concert, the rock band delivered a surprise to the Hong Kong crowd: a music video for their new track "Life of Planet" (少年他的奇幻漂流). The protagonist recruited for this music video is not a human being but "Ultraman Neos," the protagonist of Japanese TV series "Ultraman," who saves the world
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Education

  • Taiwan to spend $45 million over 5 years on AI research centres
    Taiwan to spend $45 million over 5 years on AI research centres

    , straitstimes.com

    TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan plans to spend NT$1 billion (S$45.27 million) every year over a period of five years on artificial intelligence research centres, the government said, in a move that will help its technology firms enter the fledgling sector. "The importance of AI for Taiwan is apparent through its semiconductor companies. Right now, they have an opportunity to enter the sphere of AI, and Taiwan needs to grab onto this opportunity," Minister of Science and Technology Liang-Gee Chen said during a press conference in Taipei
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Farming

  • Vegetable prices rise sharply after heavy rains
    Vegetable prices rise sharply after heavy rains

    , chinapost.com.tw

    Sudden and often powerful rain showers caused widespread crop damage in Southern Taiwan, where prices at traditional markets for leafy vegetables like mustard greens increased from NT$30 to NT$50 per bunch. Kales prices for kale rose from NT$20.8 per kilo to NT$26.9 per kilo, bitter melon from NT$27.7 to NT$34.7 and beef tomatoes from NT$23.4 to NT$34.1. Wholesale vegetable prices in Kaohsiung were also up on Sunday, rising from NT$25
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Travel & Recreation

  • 40 of the best Taiwanese foods and drinks -- from gua bao to bubble tea
    40 of the best Taiwanese foods and drinks -- from gua bao to bubble tea

    , cnn.com

    Recently voted by our readers as the best food destination in the world, the culinary philosophy here is eat often and eat well. Sure, there's the internationally accepted three-meals-a-day dining format -- but why limit yourself when you can make like the Taiwanese and do gourmet snacking any time of day? The Taiwanese capital, Taipei, has about 20 streets dedicated to food
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Law & Crime

  • Pain that will never go away - Regional
    Pain that will never go away - Regional

    , thestar.com.my

    TAIPEI: When saxophonist Chen Shen-ching was jailed during Taiwan’s “White Terror” political purges, it was music that helped him hold on to his sanity. Banned from taking his instrument into prison he scrawled songs on scraps of paper and memorised them during his 12 years behind bars. As the island prepares to mark 30 years since martial law was lifted and it began its journey to become a vibrant democracy, Chen is one of a number of creative Taiwanese who want to ensure those dark days are never forgotten
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Science & Nature

  • Heavy rain could bring widespread damage next week
    Heavy rain could bring widespread damage next week

    , chinapost.com.tw

    Heavy and sudden rainfall characteristic of the plum rain season will affect Taiwan starting as early as Wednesday, according to meteorologist Wu Te-rong. The weather system could hover over Taiwan for up to 120 hours, bringing rainfall levels similar to those experienced last week, which caused extensive flooding and extensive crop damage. Meteorologist Peng Chi-ming characterized the system as having "disaster potential" and said it could last for up to six days
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Media & Information

  • Noted journalist Javier Valdez killed in Mexico's Sinaloa
    Noted journalist Javier Valdez killed in Mexico's Sinaloa

    , chinapost.com.tw

    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Javier Valdez, an award-winning reporter who specialized in covering drug trafficking and organized crime, was slain Monday in the northern Mexico state of Sinaloa, the latest in a wave of journalist killings in one of the world's most dangerous countries for media workers. Valdez is at least the sixth journalist to be murdered in Mexico since early March
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Life & Style

  • Terminally ill Taiwanese woman fulfils wedding photo shoot dream - alone
    Terminally ill Taiwanese woman fulfils wedding photo shoot dream - alone

    , thestar.com.my

    TAIWAN: Against a backdrop of church spires, a woman in a bridal dress gazes into the distance, the train of her gown puffy like a cloud. In other photos, she is in different wedding dresses as she poses in front of a piano next to a lake or against the window sill of a manor. There is something unusual about the photos: there is no sign of the woman's significant other
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Motoring

  • China's Geely takes stake in Proton, Lotus
    China's Geely takes stake in Proton, Lotus

    , chinapost.com.tw

    (ChinaPost.com.tw) - Chinese auto giant Geely on Wednesday announced it was taking a 49.9 percent stake in Malaysia's troubled Proton as well as a 51 percent share in British sports car brand Lotus.
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Real Estate

  • Rentals in China pick up as preowned home sales slow
    Rentals in China pick up as preowned home sales slow

    , chinapost.com.tw

    The market has been affected by the recent limits on purchases and tighter norms for home loans. Prospective homebuyers also seem to prefer the option of renting, as supply has increased in the form of affordable rental projects and serviced apartments. Such projects have been launched by big developers, they said. Home rental prices in Shanghai have also slipped 0.3 percent between January and May, the first downward trend observed in the past 90 months, reflecting fast-growing supplies, according to the Shanghai Rental Index Office
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