- 107 hospitalized after chlorine leak in SW China
107 workers were hospitalized after a leak of poisonous chlorine gas at a chemical plant in southwest China’s Sichuan Province Friday night.
- Japanese prostitute’s job application found in China
A Chinese antique collector says he’s recently gained a piece of collection of high value, a Japanese’s application paper for becoming a prostitute.
- Law to protect Hepatitis B carriers’ rights
A law is being revised to provide a firmer legal footing for efforts to combat the discrimination that Hepatitis B virus carriers have encountered while looking for work.
- China to invest US$82b to expand urban rail systems
China will spend 620 billion yuan building subways and urban railways in 15 major cities in the next ten years.
- In China, there’s Priceless, and for everything else, there’s cash
It may be the factory to the world, but China’s consumers aren’t exactly splashing out. And credit cards are not widely accepted
- Chinese firm sues Google over name
Google Inc is being sued in China by a Beijing company that claims the owner of the world’s most popular Internet search engine is using the Chinese business’s name.
- Hong Kong stocks power to new high
Hong Kong stocks surged 290 points to close at 23,099 yesterday, resetting a fresh record both for the benchmark index and the market capitalization.
Image of Japanese prostitute’s application papers from China Daily.