In Guiyang, a Golden Rule Built on Graft
[2009-10-16]
Climbing a government career ladder proved lucrative for Fan Zhongqian, who allegedly accepted developer bribes for 20 years.
Prices Slashed for Half of 'Essential' Drugs
[2009-10-08]
Prices for scores of popular medicines in China are going down as the government pushes forward with a universal health care plan.
Blog: Vision of Buddha's Parable
[2009-09-30]
A photo depicts the path to the sacred site of the Buddhist Academy, alluding to the itinerary of pilgrimage.
Vast Quantities of Methane Hydrate Discovered in Northwestern China
[2009-09-30]
Deposits of flammable ice in China are estimated to be 35 billion tons in oil equivalent; extraction is expected to be possible in 10 to 15 years.
Pension Fund Scandal Reveals Shanghai Billionaire's Debts
[2009-09-29]
Yan Liyan faces debts upwards of 3.7 billion yuan; Poor investments made from loans granted by Shanghai pension funds ends in creditors from all sides.
Editorial: Disciplined Officials Disclose Their Assets
[2009-09-29]
The fight against government corruption has a new tool in the form of stronger party support for asset disclosure. Let's not stop now.
Ex-Official Gets 18 Years for Subsidy Graft
[2009-09-25]
Government funds budgeted for Guangxi farm and water projects were used to decorate Sun Yu's villa. Now he's going to jail.
Carbon Intensity to be Cut 20% From 2005 Level in 2010
[2009-09-23]
A senior Chinese official said the 2010 goal for cutting carbon emissions was arduous but China is most likely to achieve it.
China Overhauls Agricultural Subsidies
[2009-09-22]
In an effort to balance agricultural subsidy fluctuations, new reforms have been launched to include a benchmark determined by annual market prices.
Diversifying Medical Care Suppliers in China
[2009-09-22]
China's reforms must not only devote a large sum of money to bring health coverage to uninsured people, but also work on enlarging medical service capacity.
Tainted Herbal Injection Recalled
[2009-09-18]
With an abysmal track record of drug safety compliance, Chinese herbal injection producers face serious questions after reports of unsafe injections arise yet again.
Blog: Embers of an Industry
[2009-09-15]
In front of the Meridian Gate of the Palace, Cartier plays to the public.
Part III: Ethical Issues
[2009-09-09]
Executed criminals supply most of the transplanted organs in China, fueling ethics debates and demand for live-donor surgery.
Part II -- Legal Shortcomings
[2009-09-09]
A comprehensive legal system for China's once-chaotic organ transplant system has been slow to develop despite huge demand.
Life Support for Organ Transplants in China
[2009-09-09]
Health officials are building an ethical, transparent organ donation system to balance the needs of donors and patients.
Analysis: Room for Change
[2009-09-04]
Price increase for public utilities is a realignment of government, supplier and consumer interests.
Public Vents as Utility Prices Rise
[2009-09-04]
Consumer prices are falling, giving utilities a golden opportunity to raise rates, spurring controversy as to who should benefit from utility pricing reform.
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