Obama Bolsters Philippines, With One Eye On China

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After failed attempts with Chinese surrogates, Tony Jiang and his wife now have three children, thanks to an American surrogate. Aly Song/Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Made In The USA: Childless Chinese Turn To American Surrogates

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The Shanghai government has banned the use of taxi-booking apps such as Kuaidi Dache during rush hour. Here, a Shanghai resident displays the app on his smartphone in Shanghai, on Jan. 23. Imagine China/Corbis hide caption

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What A Ban On Taxi Apps In Shanghai Says About China's Economy

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Protesters Fault Taiwan For Trade Deal With China

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Satellite Images Show Potential Debris From Flight 370

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Could Malaysian Military Have Prevented Jet's Disappearance?

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Investigation Into Missing Malaysian Jet Expands

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Satellite Signals From Missing Plane Raise Questions

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Broadening Search for Malaysian Airliner Still Yields Only Theories

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Parts of 221B Baker Street have a shrine-like quality and feature photos of Benedict Cumberbatch, the handsome British actor who plays Holmes on the BBC series Sherlock. Ninety-percent of the customers are women. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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'Sherlock,' 'House Of Cards' Top China's Must-Watch List

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People in the southwestern Chinese city of Kunming lined up 15 deep on Sunday night to donate blood for the more than 140 people who were injured in the mass knife attack at the city's rail station. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Who's Behind The Mass Stabbing In China?

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China Blames Muslim Separatists For Deadly Attack

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Elephant tusks are displayed in October after being seized by customs officials in Hong Kong. The 189 tusks, worth $1.5 million, were hidden in soybean sacks in a shipping container. Kin Cheung/AP hide caption

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Hong Kong To Destroy Ivory Stockpile, But Will It Curb Demand In China?

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The majority of patrons at Shanghai's Fortune Cookie restaurant are foreigners, particularly Americans who crave the American-Chinese food they grew up with but can't find in China. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Shanghai Warms Up To A New Cuisine: Chinese Food, American-Style

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Falun Gong practitioners watch a video at the Masanjia re-education through labor camp in northeast China's Liaoning province on May 22, 2001. John Leicester/AP hide caption

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China Ends One Notorious Form Of Detention, But Keeps Others

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