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Moe stands behind her tiny bar in Shanghai, where there are only eight seats and reservations are a must. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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In A Massive City, This Bar Serves Up Diverse Drinks — To 8 People At A Time

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There are 12 million Catholics in China, less than 1 percent of the population. St. Peter's Catholic Church in downtown Shanghai is one of the country's few officially approved churches. Rob Schmitz/NPR hide caption

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In China's Tiny Catholic Community, Hopes Rise For Beijing-Vatican Ties

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The USNS Bowditch, shown here in open waters, was in the South China Sea to pick up two underwater drones when one of the drones was confiscated by China. CHINFO, Navy Visual News via AP hide caption

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In China's Drone Seizure And Return, A Strategic Message To U.S.

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The unmanned underwater vehicle, or UUV, was deployed by the oceanographic survey ship USNS Bowditch (seen here in a U.S. Navy file photo). It was seized by a Chinese warship last week and returned to a U.S. warship Tuesday. U.S. Navy hide caption

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An unmanned underwater vehicle, or UUV, was deployed by the oceanographic and survey ship USNS Bowditch (seen here in a U.S. Navy file photo) — but it was retrieved by a Chinese navy ship. U.S. Navy hide caption

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China Says It Will Return Seized U.S. Underwater Drone In 'Appropriate' Way

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A Navy file photo shows T-AGS 60 Class Oceanographic Survey Ship, USNS Bowditch. The Navy says the ship's mission includes oceanographic sampling and data collection and the handling, monitoring and servicing of remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), among other things. U.S. Navy hide caption

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Highlighting new areas of Chinese construction on Mischief Reef, a monitoring group says that in addition to an airstrip, the artificial island will likely be outfitted with large anti-aircraft guns and a cruise missile defense system. CSIS/AMTI/DigitalGlobe hide caption

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Lawyers for the family of Nie Shubin, who was executed by firing squad in 1995 for rape and murder, leave court in December 2014. China's Supreme Court exonerated Nie on Dec. 2, following years of effort by his family to clear his name. Fred Dufour/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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China Exonerates Man Executed 21 Years Ago For A Murder He Didn't Commit

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After President-elect Donald Trump's conversation with Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen (right), and his subsequent suggestion that the "One China" policy could be reconsidered, a Chinese government spokesman warned that if the policy "is interfered with or damaged, then the healthy development of China-U.S. relations and bilateral cooperation in important areas is out of the question." Evan Vucci, Chiang Ying-ying/AP hide caption

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A magazine featuring U.S. President-elect Donald Trump is seen at a bookstore in Beijing on Monday. The headline reads, "How will businessman Trump change the world?" Beijing is "seriously concerned" by Trump's suggestion that he could drop Washington's "One China" policy, officials said Monday. Greg Baker/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A History Of U.S.-China Relations

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