DPRK and FM Micronesia Open to Chinese Tourists Group Next Month
DPRK and FM Micronesia will be added to the list of China's outbound tourism destinations for group tours from April 14
Anger in the Streets
Mass incidents are breaking out all over China, but the causes are specific, the threat to government is limited and the solutions are within reach
Mysterious Sounds Remain a Question
Chongqing heard a sound without a cause, giving way for speculation.
Mystery Surrounds Bird Flu Death
A 19 year old woman died of bird flu, but no other trace of the dangerous virus was found yet.
Chinese Ship Attacked by Pirates
Helicopters and a warship responded to a pirate attack on a Chinese ship in dangerous waters.
Mixed Signals for China’s Smoking Control
Chinese delegates at a global tobacco-control conference gave anti-smoking forces new reasons to cheer and jeer.
Guidelines to Shake China’s Tobacco Sector
Cigarette packet warnings may be a first step toward major changes for China's government-linked tobacco industry.
Mozart Would Be Pleased
With talented composers and conductors, plus a new National Center for the Performing Arts, China is getting serious about music.
American FDA Opens Office in Beijing
With Chinese food imports on the rise, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration opened its first office in China.
Reporters' Blog: Grant Seekers Crowd NDRC
After the government's 4-trillion stimulus plan was announced, people from all over the country converged on Beijing to give their pitch for a slice of the pie.
Chaotic Taxi Strike Pays Off in Chongqing
The official response to a walkout by thousands of Chongqing taxi drivers quelled tension and satisfied some demands.
Surfing for Solutions to Print Media's Plight
While newspapers nosedive, a U.S. media foundation is seeking global proposals for localizing information on the Internet.
More Tainted Eggs Discovered
Since Hong Kong announced the discovery of melamine in eggs from the mainland, a number of Chinese cities have begun their own testing, revealing more contamination.
Melamine Found in Eggs and Biscuits
Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan are all reporting the discovery of melamine in non-dairy products from the mainland.
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