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  1. China eyes 20pc of mining, metal deals

    Posted Jun 12th 2010, 12:00am by Howard Winn

    ... Howard Winn China's hunger for metal and mining acquisitions has continued this year, with the value of pending deals in the sector at the end of the first quarter totalling US$9.3 ... of the deals in Brazil and 14 per cent in Chile. Over the past 10 years, China has completed 370 deals, worth US$50 billion, but 80 per cent of them were done in the past two years. The global ...

  2. BOOK (430BC)

    Posted Sep 05th 2010, 12:00am by James Kidd

    ... hangs herself; Oedipus gouges out his eyes), Sophocles exploits this very inevitability to ponder the role of destiny. Did Oedipus have a choice? Was his power real or just an illusion provided ... with their mother's sex lives and a latent desire to kill their father (or stepfather in Hamlet's case). Read Sophocles again, and it is the inevitability of fate (destiny by any other name) that emerges ...

  3. Furore as sex party professor stands trial

    Posted Apr 08th 2010, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... 'I think if we continue to keep silent, people might eventually have their eyes gouged for taking a peek at beautiful girls on the street,' Li said. She said that the chances of orgy organisers being punished were very rare in many other countries, and group sex in a private place could be seen as, at most, a threat to social customs, but not a crime. China University ...

  4. When it can all go wrong

    Posted Oct 18th 2010, 12:00am by Susie Lunt

    ... that most doctors here are reasonably well trained. However, this is not always the case in other countries where treatments can, for example, be carried out by unqualified therapists. When misused, treatments can be dangerous. 'There are cases with Botox where it is injected into the chewing muscle and doctors have aimed too high, near the ear,' Chow says. 'This can paralyse ...

  5. Fake medicine caused eye infections at hospital

    Posted Sep 24th 2010, 12:00am by Will Clem

    ... Will Clem in Shanghai Fake medicine is to blame for the eye infections that 61 patients developed after treatment at one of Shanghai's main hospitals three weeks ago, the city's ... The patients thought they were receiving injections of Avastin, a US-made cancer drug that is widely used to treat eye conditions. However, mainland authorities have not approved the use of Avastin ...

  6. Luna Sea

    Posted Oct 14th 2010, 12:00am by Hamish Mckenzie

    ... Hamish McKenzie Forget Poison, Def Leppard, and Motley Crue- when it comes to hair rock, there's no going past Japan's 'visual kei' movement. Ridiculous hairstyles, eye-gouging costumes, shocking make-up: these are the elements of this stupendously popular form of glam rock. Five-piece Luna Sea are one of the most influential visual kei bands of all time, rocking ...

  7. Blind eye to billions in bad debts

    Posted Mar 08th 2010, 12:00am by Naomi Rovnick

    ... fields dominate the Shanxi capital's landscape. From the air, the city resembles a mouthful of rotting teeth. Because Shanxi produces most of China's coal, Taiyuan is also ... by American former Arthur Andersen accountant Phil Groves, is Hong Kong-based. Still, Nelson spends most of his working days in Taiyuan. While DAC owns loans attached to failed firms throughout China ...

  8. Busy 'ants' catch eye of mainland customs

    Posted Dec 08th 2010, 12:00am by Fiona Tam

    ... of cross-border students in 14 cases before the crackdown began last month. It was not only the nursemaids, a Shenzhen customs spokesman told the South China Morning Post. 'Ant smuggling gangs also ...

  9. A pedigree sailing tour that still has eyes on Hong Kong

    Posted Aug 22nd 2010, 12:00am by Unus Alladin

    ... it's worth listening. The 50-year-old Australian (pictured, next column), who is president of the hugely successful tour, and has been a match-racing competitor for 30 years, has made his case ... takes place in late November. Gilmour first made the WMRT's case in Hong Kong last year. He tried to convince the Hong Kong authorities that the sailing extravaganza could be an iconic ...

  10. Public Eye

    Posted Aug 18th 2010, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... is when right-wing Republican politicians in the US say it is. When China suppresses its Christians, mistreats Tibetan monks, and roughs up Muslims in Xinjiang- that's religious persecution. ... matter that the mosque will be on private land, has met all city requirements and won't even look like a mosque. The same Republicans who bash China on religious freedom say they'll use ...




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