New Chief for Fire-Delayed CCTV Project
[2009-06-09]
CCTV has a new director for a headquarters project in Beijing that's over budget, behind schedule and recovering from a fire.
Shenzhen Mayor under Investigation
[2009-06-08]
Xu Zongheng, the mayor of Shenzhen, is under investigation by the party's disciplinary agency for "severe violations".
New Suspect Targeted in Securities Probe
[2009-06-03]
A continuing investigation into possible securities fraud has led officials to a senior executive at Hongyuan Securities.
Analyzing China's Response to North Korea
[2009-06-03]
Pyongyang specialists in China doubt a recent nuclear test was aimed at exerting pressure on the international community.
Geithner Stresses Cooperation with China
[2009-06-02]
Speaking to Chinese students and reporters, the U.S. treasury chief emphasized bilateral efforts to combat the global recession.
Deeper Sino-Malay Ties on Najib's Agenda
[2009-06-02]
On the 35th anniversary of relations between China and his country, Malaysia's premier extols economic and diplomatic goals.
China Has Reported its First Domestic A(H1N1) Flu Case
[2009-06-01]
The case indicates a growing risk of domestic infection, and this has caused concern at the national level.
'Mass Hysteria' in Jilin: Fair Call, or Fog?
[2009-06-01]
Suspicions cloud what some are calling one of China's largest cases of psychogenic illness and others say was toxic gas poisoning.
KMT Chairman Says Taiwan Investors Targeting Chongqing
[2009-05-31]
With the Chinese mainland stepping up its campaign to develop the western regions, Taiwanese leaders expect Chongqing to become a new investment destination after the Pearl River Delta and the Yangtze River Delta.
Replying to the 'Why?' over Roh Moo-hyun
[2009-05-27]
Mourning Koreans are offering three possible reasons for the suicide of their former graft-fighting president, Roh Moo-hyun.
Blog: The Bird's Nest and Yingxiu as Tourist Destinations
[2009-05-27]
Tourism of sites like the Bird's Nest and Yingxiu sells our hopes and sorrows. But who is profiting, really?
North Korea Conducts Second Nuclear Test, Fires Missiles
[2009-05-25]
According to a Chinese nonproliferation expert, the test was aimed at increasing North Korea's international clout and seeking direct dialogue with the American government.
China Unemployed Insurance Claim Rate Down
[2009-05-21]
While urban registered unemployed population increased, number of unemployment insurance claims dropped.
Taking No Chances in the Fight against Flu
[2009-05-21]
China's nationwide health response to a new strain of flu has been tough, extensive and built on the lessons of SARS.
New Probe Confirms Gas Leak at Jilin Plant
[2009-05-19]
A safety regulator's statement has vindicated 1,000 workers who blamed poison gas, not their imaginations, for health problems.
CCTV President Retires, 3 Months After Inferno
[2009-05-18]
Zhao is replaced by Jiao Li, 54, deputy head of the publicity department at the Communist Party's Central Committee.
Brazil's Silva: Cementing BRIC with China
[2009-05-15]
Brazil's President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva paused while preparing for a May trip to China to speak with Caijing on deepening Sino-Brazilian relations.
At the Epicenter, an Urge to Love and Live, Part 2
[2009-05-14]
The May 2008 earthquake wiped out half of Yingxiu's population. Survivors are rebuilding the town -- and their lives.
Will Swine Flu Cast an Economic Shadow?
[2009-05-14]
The latest outbreak of influenza has been contained so far. But global disease can devastate an economy and ruin a recovery.
Fighting Swine Flu without a Panic Button
[2009-05-14]
Science and SARS lessons encourage caution and calm rather than apathy and excessive anxiety during the swine flu outbreak.
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