An Organic Dream Blossoms in Beijing
Beyond the urban congestion, Beijing’s first agrotourism site sells lifestyle as well as organic produce.
Chronic Diseases, China Biggest Killer
A World Bank report says that 80 percent of deaths in China are linked to chronic disease. An aging population and lifestyle are the most likely factors.
Tainted Milk: Regulatory Do's and Don'ts
The milk crisis taught China that government oversight, but not meddling, is crucial for a safe food industry.
Eight Infants Die in Xi'An Hospital
A preliminary investigation indicates that contaminated facilities were the primary cause in the death of eight babies at a hospital in Xi'An.
Hebei Official Admits Tainted Milk Misstep
A vice governor says officials ignored China's rule for food emergencies in the case of poisoned baby milk powder.
More Contaminated Formula Discovered
A nationwide inspection has turned up tainted baby formula in the products of 22 Chinese companies.
Number of Tainted Milk Victims Rises
Two babies are dead, 340 remain hospitalized, and 53 are in critical condition after drinking contaminated milk powder produced by the Sanlu Group.
China Probes Contaminated Milk Powder
A state-owned dairy company whose tainted powdered milk was fed to babies nationwide is at the center of an investigation.
Legal Probe Ordered for Landslide Disaster
Nine people have been detained after a mine waste landslide killed at least 128 people in Shanxi Province.
Behind Liu Xiang’s Withdrawal
Liu Xiang’s withdrawal from the Olympic Games stunned his fans across the world and global advertisers, but was everyone surprised?
Earthquake Rocked Southwest China
36 deaths have been recorded so far for the magnitude-six earthquake that struck a Panzihua City in Sichuan Province on August 30.
Student Deaths Still Unknown
110 days after the earthquake in Sichuan, the Ministry of Education has still not released the number of killed students
Lenovo Chairman: Sticking on Development
Caijing sat down with Lenovo founder Liu Chuanzhi to discuss the impact of the Beijing Olympics, patriotism versus nationalism, and the future of China's development.
Hua Guofeng, Mao’s Successor, Dies at 87
The former Chinese premier served a short term during a tumultuous period, but remained devoted to Mao.
Journalist David Schlesinger: Beijing Is Completely Different
Caijing caught up with David Schlesinger, editor-in-chief at Reuters News, during the Olympics in Beijing.
Torch Lighter: Extend the Olympic Principle to All Aspects
The man who lit the torch expounds on the Olympics, what his involvement meant to him and the unity fostered by sport.
U.S. Journalist James L. McGregor: Goodbye Non-Interference
Caijing interviewed James L. McGregor, former China bureau chief for the Wall Street Journal, as the Olympics got under way in Beijing.
Iron Mine Waste Buries Villagers in Grief
Villagers were sleeping when Jian Shan mine tailings slid down a Shanxi Province mountain. Dozens were buried alive.
Liu Xiang Walks Away
China's defending Olympic champion Liu Xiang stunned the nation when he withdrew from the 110-meter hurdles during qualifying rounds.
A Chinese Village Cheers Its Champion
Far from the Olympic stage where female weightlifter Chen Xiexia won a gold medal, her closest admirers cheered – and changed.
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