New Chief for Fire-Delayed CCTV Project
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
Xu Zongheng, the mayor of Shenzhen, is under investigation by the party's disciplinary agency for "severe violations".
New Suspect Targeted in Securities Probe
A continuing investigation into possible securities fraud has led officials to a senior executive at Hongyuan Securities.
Analyzing China's Response to North Korea
Pyongyang specialists in China doubt a recent nuclear test was aimed at exerting pressure on the international community.
Geithner Stresses Cooperation with China
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
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
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?
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
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
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
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
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
While urban registered unemployed population increased, number of unemployment insurance claims dropped.
Taking No Chances in the Fight against Flu
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
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
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
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
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?
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
Science and SARS lessons encourage caution and calm rather than apathy and excessive anxiety during the swine flu outbreak.
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