No Substantive Move for China’s Tobacco Control
China’s tobacco control program remains a mere scrap of paper, experts said, after the country could hardly live up to the promises to keep its billions of people away from passive smoking.
China to Tackle Traffic Woes by Expanding Public Transport Network: Official
China vows to vigorously expand the public transportation network to address the traffic woes that plaguing Beijing and other big Chinese cities.
22 May Dead, 4 Chinese Missing in South Korean Fishing Boat Sinking
22 sailors are feared dead with five confirmed after a South Korean fishing boat sunk in freezing waters near Antarctic. Four Chinese were missing.
Millions to Be Relocated on Poverty Reduction in Central China
Nearly 2.8 million people from 28 counties in the province will be involved under the relocation programs, the largest ever in China, even surpassing the great migration during the construction of the Three Georges Dam.
China AIDS Death Toll Rose to 68,000
The total number of AIDS deaths in China hit 68,000 by the end of October this year, up nearly 20,000 in a year.
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