China Confirms Second Case of H1N1
The patient arrived in Beijing on May 8 on Flight AC029 and then took Train D41 to Shandong on May 11.
At the Epicenter, an Urge to Love and Live, Part 1
The May 2008 earthquake wiped out half of Yingxiu's population. Survivors are rebuilding the town -- and their lives.
China Earthquake Insurance Payouts 1.66 Bln Yuan
96.7 percent of the total 239,000 claims have been settled, as losses incurred on some building projects continue to be assessed.
China Confirmed First H1N1 Flu Case in Sichuan
The patient had just returned to the Sichuan provincial capital, Chengdu, on a Northwest Airlines flight from St. Louis, Missouri, via Tokyo.
Blog: Book Translation's 'Forbidden Area' in China
Most academic works of foreign scholars of Chinese descent haven't been translated into Chinese, especially works that concern problems in China.
Convicted Former BOC Managers Plan Appeal in Fraud Case
The court sentenced the four May 6 on 15 counts of racketeering, money laundering, international transport of stolen property, and passport and visa fraud.
Critical Choices for China's Dialysis Patients
An outbreak of hepatitis C among dialysis patients has focused attention on a cost-versus-risk dilemma for health care in China.
Ex-Bank of China Managers, Wives Jailed In US
The four received a three-year supervised release and were ordered to pay US$482 million in restitution.
Swine Flu Has Smaller Impact on China than SARS
China's trade relationship with Mexico is not extensive and the country is much better prepared to deal with the spread of infectious diseases, said a CICC report.
Mexico Sends Charter Plane to Retrieve Nationals Quarantined in China
A Shanghai municipal government spokesman denied accusations leveled by Mexico’s foreign minister that China had unfairly quarantined Mexican citizens even though they had exhibited no symptoms.
Provincial Leaders Tangled in Graft Probe
Two ex-Guangdong leaders are the latest suspects detained for alleged corruption tied to retail tycoon Huang Guangyu.
China Lowers Equity Requirement For Certain Investment Projects
Lower capital outlays mean projects will rely more heavily on debt financing.
Hangzhou Deputy Mayor Investigated For Corruption
Xu's investigation is related to a wetland park development project in Hangzhou, which was strongly opposed by local residents.
China Should Stockpile Flu Vaccine Now
China has established a nationwide flu monitoring network, with 84 labs working on methods to detect the virus and decode its genetic series to help develop a vaccine.
Three Gorges To-Do List: Mudslides to Jobs
The construction phase of the Three Gorges dam and reservoir ends this year. But follow-up tasks -- and project woes -- abound.
Blog: Lunch with Richard W. Fisher
Handsome and rich and full of charm, the president of Dallas'U.S. Federal Reserve Bank comes to Asia to reassure people that the value of dollar is safe.
Broadcaster under Probe for Corruption
A Guangdong Television broadcaster is under investigation for an alleged connection to a widespread corruption web.
China on Alert for Swine Flu, No Cases So Far
Though China has yet to report a case of swine flu, the potential risk of the virus spreading to China is still difficult to assess.
Thai PM Mediating Between Red and Yellow Shirts
Prime Minister Abhisit is working on conciliation between red-shirts representing Thaksinism and yellow-shirts sympathetic to the elite but possibility of him alienating both is not being ruled out.
Blog: Translating 'buzheteng'
CIC's chairman of the board of supervisors completed the mission impossible – translating buzheteng into English.
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