This is in the US. In China, remember not to drink Evian.
At least two, including a five-year-old boy, were dead and about 70 injured when an earthquake with a magnitude of 6.4 on the Richter scale hit Yunnan, a south-western Chinese province, late Saturday.
Vice Premier Huang Ju, a key ally of former Chinese President Jiang Zemin who climbed the ranks of Shanghai politics to join the Communist Party’s inner sanctum of power, died early Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency said. He was 68.
The International Finance Corporation, the
World Bank’s private investment arm, expects to provide over 600 million dollars in funding for China in fiscal 2007, Chinese state media said Sunday.
Japanese electronics conglomerate Hitachi Ltd. (6501.T) and U.S. software firm Oracle Corp. (Nasdaq:ORCL – news) will jointly market wireless tags in China that can be used to identify counterfeit goods, the Nikkei business daily said on Sunday.
It looks like the protests are spreading!
Wu Guanzhong’s “Ancient City of Jiaohe” has sold in Beijing for 37 million yuan, a record for a painting by Wu and exceeding the estimate by more than 100 percent.for
A group of about 260,000 Indochinese refugees who have been living in China for quarter of a century may finally get full Chinese citizenship, the
United Nations said on Friday.
Chinese companies had “engaged in some misconduct” in the way they labeled and sold a poisonous ingredient that ended up in cold medicine, killing at least 100 people in Panama last year.
Two journalists were summoned separately by the Chinese foreign ministry and warned about their reporting from Tibet, according to a statement from Reporters Without Borders.
The environmental group Greenpeace has warned that the melting of glacial regions in Tibet could choke off water sources vital for large parts of China.
A GIANT “egg” in Shanghai’s northeastern Wujiaochang area will display cartoon images for a trial period starting yesterday.
Ma said that if the KMT is in power after next year, their proposed foreign policy plan would be the “4E plan”: Engagement（交往）、Economy（经济）、Elasticity（弹性）、Equality（平等）。
China’s largest city, may be plunged into darkness as the city’s overburdened power-distribution network lags behind its rapid economic growth, state press reported Friday
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