The signal maker of Shanghai’s metro trains, which collided Tuesday and injured hundreds, had once been “interviewed” by local officials for failure that led the train to take a wrong turn in late July
The contractor of the signal systems of Shanghai’s metro lines, the culprit of the metro trains collision today, is found to be the supplier of the similar equipments of the bullet trains that collided in July
Equipment Failures have triggered a collision between two Metro trains in Shanghai, the number of casualties remains unknown.
More than 100 taxi strikes have hit Chinese cities like Hangzhou, Wenzhou and Chongqing since 2004, according to data from the Minsitry of Transport.
The MOH, the State Food and Drug Administration and other related authorizes have jointly made a plan for the research to identify such oils, which have reportedly flown to the household’s dining tables.
The death toll from a ferry that capsized in Shaoyang, a county in South China's Hunan Province, has risen to 12 with 9 of them teenage students.
The 15-year-old son of a famous singer couple in China beat a couple without good reason and in an arrogant way in a residential quarter in north Beijing
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