DPRK and FM Micronesia Open to Chinese Tourists Group Next Month
[2010-03-03]
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
[2009-07-07]
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
[2009-01-12]
Chongqing heard a sound without a cause, giving way for speculation.
Mystery Surrounds Bird Flu Death
[2009-01-08]
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
[2008-12-19]
Helicopters and a warship responded to a pirate attack on a Chinese ship in dangerous waters.
Mixed Signals for China’s Smoking Control
[2008-12-16]
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
[2008-12-08]
Cigarette packet warnings may be a first step toward major changes for China's government-linked tobacco industry.
Mozart Would Be Pleased
[2008-11-29]
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
[2008-11-19]
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
[2008-11-17]
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
[2008-11-15]
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
[2008-11-08]
While newspapers nosedive, a U.S. media foundation is seeking global proposals for localizing information on the Internet.
More Tainted Eggs Discovered
[2008-10-31]
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
[2008-10-27]
Hong Kong, Taiwan and Japan are all reporting the discovery of melamine in non-dairy products from the mainland.
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