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Olympic Committee
[2008-08-05]
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Real Estate: More Pain, Little Gain
[2008-08-05]
Beijing’s real estate industry looks to be in a post-Olympic slide even before the opening ceremonies.
Parasol
[2008-08-04]
This 1940 photograph of two young women posing near the center of the Temple of Heaven would have been impossible to take only one year later. Inundated with refugees from the north, Beijing faced a dire shortage of food, and the Temple of Heaven was converted to farmland.
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[2008-08-04]
Two young women pose beneath a parasol on bright summer day in 1940. Behind them stands the triple-gabled Qiniandian, which marks the center of the Temple of Heaven. This picture would have been impossible only one year after it was snapped. Inundated with refugees from the north, Beijing faced a dire shortage of food, and the Temple of Heaven was converted to farmland.
Airport
[2008-08-04]
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Trivia
[2008-08-04]
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A Better Olympics Slogan: Take It Easy
[2008-08-04]
Security is important, but China's long buildup to the Olympics need not culminate in fear. Why don't we take it easy?
Social Harmony: An Olympic Opportunity
[2008-08-04]
A positive result is that actual problems can be resolved. But there is also a chance that local governments will try whatever they can to stifle complaints during the Olympics.
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[2008-08-04]
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The First Blog
[2008-08-04]
We're up and running! A short intro for blog and bloggers alike.
Past and Present
[2008-08-04]
Beijing Past and Present: Left, The Great Hall of the People, 1959 and 2008. Right, the Oriental Plaza in 1992 and again in 2008.
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[2008-08-04]
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If incidents are captured by photographers, so be it.
[2008-08-04]
If incidents are captured by photographers, so be it: That's their job. 
The last dress rehearsal in the Bird's Nest.
[2008-08-01]
Aug 05: Last Dress Rehearsal and Torch in Chengdu
Disaster Opens China's Door to Foreign Aid
[2008-07-02]
Rescue teams from Japan and other countries were welcomed by the Chinese government after the earthquake.
Payouts for Families Who Lost Children
[2008-06-05]
Government payouts hardly alleviate the pain of bereaved parents, who are calling for a justice investigation on building.
Payouts for Families Who Lost Children 
[2008-06-05]
Government payouts hardly alleviate the pain of bereaved parents, who are calling for a justice investigation on building.
Quake Relief Strains Yet Motivates NGOs
[2008-06-03]
More than 100 NGOs quickly responded to the Sichuan disaster, and afterward quickly learned what they can and cannot do.
China's Military Spearheads Rescue Efforts
[2008-05-29]
Officials say 20 branches of the military were rapidly deployed to rescue, treat and relocate earthquake victims.
Grappling With Post-Quake Medical Costs
[2008-05-27]
Hospitals and quake refugees who lost ID cards may be sharing earthquake injury expenses with the government.
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