This show “disrespects history” // From China Hush
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At least ten cases of radiation have been found in China since the Fukushima plant failed, according to Chinese authorities.
Speaking of which, China is facing a shortage of nuclear scientists – Shanghai alone needs to recruit 1,000 nuclear professionals a year,but 100 students have been majoring in nuclear science.
Officials aren’t happy about time travel dramas currently gaining popularity on Chinese TV. They “disrespect history.”
Pew Research Center states the obvious: China is not ready for a revolution such as that which toppled Mubarak in Egypt. Apparently in the way is the government’s efficiency at “disappearing” people.
Assuming you’re not a protester, it’s a good time to be an artist: A triptych oil painting by Chinese artist Zhang Xiaogang sold for $10.1 million in Hong Kong on Sunday, a record price for Chinese contemporary art.
Zambia has decided not to pursue a case against two Chinese supervisors who shot 13 men last year during a wage protest.
Taking care of the elderly is becoming a serious problem here, with over 12.5% of the country’s population now above 60. The elderly population is set to double in 2030.