- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.