Frank Langfitt Frank Langfitt is NPR's London correspondent. He covers the UK and Ireland, as well as stories elsewhere in Europe.

Home prices are rising in Shanghai, but that's not stopping buyers. Some analysts say the rise in home prices is not a sign of confidence in the economy — but of uncertainty. Johannes Eisele/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Sluggish Economy Doesn't Dampen Shanghai's Housing Prices

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Missing: The Search For A Sister In China

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Chinese-American Woman Searches For Missing Little Sister

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Chinese Familiar With Well-Known U.S. Presidential Candidates

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China To Shut Down Hundreds Of Coal Mines In 2016

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Pentagon: China Deploys Missiles To Disputed South China Sea Island

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Consumer Confidence Slides In China, With Effects Beyond Its Borders

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Glitches Complicate Chinese New Year Travel Plans

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Football has practically no history in China. Some of China's most popular sports are individual ones that don't involve physical contact, like pingpong and badminton. Chinese players say football provides an opportunity to release their aggression. Frank Langfitt/NPR hide caption

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Far From Sunday's Super Bowl, A Football Championship In China

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China's Economy Grows At Its Slowest Rate In 25 Years

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Missing Bookseller Raises Doubts About Free Speech In Hong Kong

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