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B. 10-03 Global climate talks kick off in China Tianjin, China
C. 10-04 China, Japan leaders meet, signal thaw Beijing
10-08 Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize Norway
E. 10-08 China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize Beijing
F. 10-12 Chinese reformers push on censorship Beijing
6. 10-15 China's leaders mull economic shift Beijing
H. 10-17 Death toll rises to 26 from coal mine Henan, China
8. 10-19 Asian markets fall on China rate hike Hong Kong

China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize  The Beijing government summoned the Norwegian ambassador in protest and called Mr Liu a 'crimina', saying the award violated Nobel principles   US and China military heads meet  A meeting between U.S. Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie Nobel winner's wife under house arrest  Liu Xia, the wife of Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo, remains under house arrest in Beijing and banned from talking to friends or media Chinese reformers push on censorship
Global climate talks kick off in China   Representatives from about 200 countries start meeting to narrow differences on climate change and grapple with extreme weather China, Japan leaders meet, signal thaw  China's and Japan's top leaders met, indicating a thaw in relations since a diplomatic battle over Japan's arrest of a Chinese fishing captain Gates could meet Chinese counterpart   Liu wins Nobel Peace Prize


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Oct.8   Norway  
  The 2010 prize was awarded to Liu Xiaobo, a leading Chinese dissident who is serving a prison term after calling for human rights and democratization
 China said the award could damage ties with Norway, and summoned the country's ambassador in Beijing in protest
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Oct.11   Vietnam  
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Oct.12   Beijing  
  A group of veteran reformers in Communist party has demanded to dismantle elaborate censorship apparatus
Oct.14   Japan     Party urges Google to drop Chinese name  Japan's main opposition party is urging search-engine giant to delete from its mapping service the Chinese name for a cluster of disputed i... Oct.15   Beijing   China's leaders mull economic shift  China's ruling Communist Party is meeting in Beijing to draw up its next five-year plan for the economy Oct.16   Japan   Protests prolong China-Japan row  Demonstrations have been held in China and Japan about islands claimed by both countries in the East China Sea Oct.17   Shanghai Murray beats Federer to win Masters   China   Death toll rises to 26 from coal mine Map of Henan China
  Rescue officials say five more bodies have been found after a coal mine gas leak in central China's Henan province
Oct.18   Washington     China firms 'evade Iran embargo'  The U.S. has asked the Chinese government to do more to stop companies helping Iran with its nuclear programme and missile technology   China   Typhoon Megi heads towards China  At least 10 people have been killed in the Philippines by a typhoon which hit the north of the country Oct.19   Hong Kong   Asian markets fall on China rate hike
  Asian markets are following the reaction of U.S. and European markets to China's decision to raise its benchmark interest rates by a 0.25%
Oct.20   China   China's economy cools in third quarter
  China's economic growth slowed for the second quarter in a row, cooling fears that its economy is growing at an unsustainable pace
  Beijing     China 'opposes UN Darfur report'  China is trying to prevent a report which says Chinese bullets have been used against peacekeepers in Darfur from being published Oct.23   Southern China     270,000 flee as typhoon hits China   Typhoon Megi hit China on Saturday, sending hundreds of thousands fleeing as it made landfall in the southeastern province of Fujian   Beijing   US treasury chief to visit China  Timothy Geithner is to visit China at a time of tension between the two countries over the value of China's currency, the yuan Oct.25   China   Nobel laureates call for release of Xiaobo  A group of Nobel laureates sent a letter to the leaders of the G-20, calling for the release of 2010 Nobel Peace Prize winner Liu Xiaobo Oct.28   Beijing   Fastest supercomputer belongs to China  Tianhe-1A, unveiled on Wednesday at a conference, can run calculations faster than the previous speed leader at a U.S. lab in Tennessee Oct.29   Vietnam     Clinton faces China-Japan wrangle  Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has joined the Asean regional summit, amid a continuing war of words between China and Japan over disputed... Oct.30   Washington   China assures US over rare earths  China has reassured the US it has no intention of withholding 'rare earth' minerals from the market   Shanghai   Farewell to huge Expo  Shanghai is bidding farewell to the World Expo - a six-month event showcasing China's rise in the world



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China, Japan leaders meet, signal thaw
China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize
US and China military heads meet
Nobel winner's wife under house arrest
Chinese reformers push on censorship
Party urges Google to drop Chinese name
China's leaders mull economic shift
China 'opposes UN Darfur report'
China's leaders mull economic shift
Asian markets fall on China rate hike
US treasury chief to visit China
Fastest supercomputer belongs to China
Farewell to huge Expo
270,000 flee as typhoon hits China
Nobel winner's wife under house arrest
Chinese reformers push on censorship
Beijing
China, Japan leaders meet, signal thaw
China angry at dissident's Nobel Prize
Chinese reformers push on censorship
China's leaders mull economic shift
China 'opposes UN Darfur report'
China's leaders mull economic shift
US treasury chief to visit China
Fastest supercomputer belongs to China
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Nobel winner's wife under house arrest
Chinese reformers push on censorship
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China firms 'evade Iran embargo'
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Vietnam
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Japan
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