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  1. State newspapers facing a major reshuffle

    Posted Jul 04th 2003, 12:00am by Nailene Chou

    ... The aim is to reinvigorate a cumbersome industry A blueprint for sweeping structural reforms of China's print media could rock the foundations of lumbering state-run newspapers and prepare the industry for market competition. While the government will reduce interference in the management of newspapers, media experts say ideological control is not expected to change. ...

  2. Text-messaging revolution tests limits on news

    Posted Jul 04th 2003, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... it saw everything as a national secret. This actually hinders China and doesn't allow it to maximise its intellectual potential.' ...

  3. Tung poised to respond to people's protest

    Posted Jul 04th 2003, 12:00am by Kelvin Chan, Klaudia Lee

    ... took to the streets in support of the pro-democracy movement in 1989, has cast uncertainties on the fate of the bill, which will be put to a vote on Wednesday. A South China Morning Post survey ...

  4. Colleen Lee Ka-ling

    Posted Jul 04th 2003, 12:00am by David Watkins

    ... is endearing, the fact is that by the time she was 16, Lee had taken home more than 20 prizes from competitions in Hong Kong, Macau, the mainland and the United States. She also won the South China ...

  5. Corporate individualism

    Posted Dec 12th 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... swathes of Asia referred to 'the Bank' they mean HSBC. Political realities kept the bank out of China for many years. This prompted diversification across the Asia-Pacific region, ... it was the seizure of 'foreign mud' opium by Guangzhou authorities that sparked the war. Since then, Jardines has become the very model of respectability. It built China's first railway ...

  6. Yuan will be revalued- but not now

    Posted Oct 03rd 2004, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... commitment. 'Chinese people are not used to the idea of setting a timetable when they make a commitment,' Mr Zhou was quoted as saying by the China News Service. 'But China has ... of the consequences of the Asian financial crisis is the problem of deflation in some Asian countries and regions, including China and Hong Kong,' he said. '[Whether] we can change the exchange-rate ...

  7. Dance routine

    Posted Aug 07th 2005, 12:00am by Divia Harilela

    ... The Opus 5 watch ($882,600) is available in rose gold and platinum through special order from Carson Carlson Watch Co, shop G8, China Building, 29 Queen's Road Central, tel: 2525 5418 ...

  8. Charlemagne's Tablecloth- A Piquant History of Feasting

    Posted Aug 07th 2005, 12:00am by Tim Cribb

    ... China, where the banquet has flourished since 200BC. 'Here is a nation which has evolved a way of feasting that wastes nothing,' she says, and quotes Lin Yutang saying of his ...

  9. Matsa leaves two dead and five missing

    Posted Aug 07th 2005, 12:00am by Bill Savadove

    ... Bill Savadove in Shanghai Zhejiang province and Shanghai take the brunt of gales and torrential rain as typhoon makes landfall Typhoon Matsa hit eastern China early yesterday, killing ... titles after the typhoon tore off the roof of a gymnasium, which flooded. Just two weeks ago, Typhoon Haitang struck eastern China and left 17 people dead. More than 1 million people were ...


    Posted Aug 05th 2003, 12:00am by Anna Healy Fenton

    ... From the South China Morning Post this week in 1953 The dubious honour of being the last man killed in the Korean war went to Sergeant Harold Cross, a 'husky 24-year-old veteran from Michigan'. He was wounded on July 27, after the armistice signing but 80 minutes before the ceasefire. The 8th Army announced he was the last soldier killed after checking each division across ...




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