My time as a hostage, and I’m a business reporter As an American journalist based in China, David Barboza knew there was a good chance that at some point he’d be detained for pursuing a story. He just never thought he’d be held hostage by a toy factory.
China province head apologizes in slave labor storm Yu Youjun the governor of Shanxi province shaken by the slave labor scandal publicly apologized on Friday, as officials described farmers, children and mentally impaired people snatched into a grim rural underworld.
Made-in-China fears grip US China, a traditional source of cheap goods, has become an alarmingly top exporter of tainted and dangerous products to the United States, triggering concerns among consumers and regulators.
China has 80m middle class members The number of Chinese officially described as “middle class” has risen by almost 15 million people in the last two years to 80 million in total, according to official sources.
Traditional Chinese medicines find new avenue to int’l market China’s military medical academy announced on Friday that it would licence a British company to use the patent of its new anti-dementia drug based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), opening up a new avenue to the international market for TCM products.
China to improve environmental assessment China will improve strategic environmental assessment procedures in key regions and industries after the suspension of a controversial paraxylene (PX) project in Xiamen, according to the State Environmental Protection Administration (SEPA).
China plans new generation of rockets China plans to develop a new generation of carrier rockets with a payload capacity large enough to launch a space station. China sees its space program as a way to validate its claims to being one of the world’s leading scientific nations.