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  1. Public Eye

    Posted May 06th 2009, 12:00am by Michael Chugani

    ... confirmed swine flu case. Profiteering from fearful parents wanting to protect their children- how low can you go? Hail to the very unlucky WHO chief Public Eye has the utmost respect for World ... with Michael Chugani mickchug@gmail.com Government line covers up racist actions Something really sickening has been happening for too long right before our eyes. But the government has ...

  2. News - China - CHANGING FACES

    Ye Zilong breaks new ground as eye doctor to the poor

    Posted Sep 09th 2012, 12:00am by VICTORIAL RUAN

    ... My instinct told me China was thirsty for doctors. We have 1.3 billion people but only about 30,000 eye doctors. When did you start helping the poor? Running my own hospitals brought me ... Victoria Ruan victoria.ruan@scmp.com Famous eye doctor now heads three private hospitals, which offer free eye operations Bringing sight back to the poor A decade ago, Dr Ye Zilong ...

  3. Comment - Insight & Opinion

    China's health spending reform an encouraging sign

    Posted Sep 10th 2012, 12:00am

    ... and insurance coverage to reduce personal spending on health. China's market reforms placed a heavy health-care cost burden on local government and consumers. Nonetheless personal spending now ... a third 10 years ago. However, insufficient government funding still results in hospitals and doctors imposing surcharges on examinations and drugs, excessive medication and fee-gouging to make ...

  4. Learn from pension case, officials told

    Posted Aug 12th 2007, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... and the nation. More than 20 government officials and leaders of state-owned enterprises have been implicated in the scandal, the biggest corruption case on the mainland for a decade. Chen and his alleged ... They must be ready to pass the 'tests'. [Success] will give them strength against corruption,' China News Service quoted Mr Xi as saying. The tests included having strong principles, ...

  5. News - Asia


    Posted Aug 24th 2012, 12:00am

    ... eyes gouged out with a knife, and his ears, nose, lips and tongue cut off by seven of her family members. The attack took place in Mirzapur village, around 120 kilometres east of Lahore. AFP ...

  6. Comment - Blogs - SOCIETY

    Spate of murder cases shocks Hong Kong: 'What has the world come to?'

    Posted Mar 18th 2013, 01:18pm by Ernest Kao

    ... between parents and children are to blame.” @FacingChina: “Murder is becoming contagious in Hong Kong.”   Facebook: Cathy Lo, on the Tai Kok Tsui case: “[The suspect’s] parents let him take piano ... Ernest Kao ernest.kao@scmp.com Three grisly murder cases in as many days have sent chills through the city, which has one of the lowest rates of homicide in the world (last year saw 27 ...

  7. News - China - CHINA BRIEFING

    Child sex attacks and treatment of elderly shame China

    Posted Jun 03rd 2013, 12:00am by Wang Xiangwei

    ... state of affairs for young and old China has long prided itself on showing respect for the old and caring for the young. But news of a spate of child molestation cases and a landmark report ... but its celebration was marred by at least eight cases of child molestation last month alone. They involved none other than teachers in the provinces of Hainan, Anhui, Hunan, Shandong, Henan ...

  8. Our next chief executive must fix HK's broken MPF scheme

    Posted Mar 23rd 2012, 12:00am

    ... Tom Holland Seven years ago, the South China Morning Post threw down a challenge to the incoming chief executive of Hong Kong's government. 'If Hong Kong's new leader really ... a small cartel of big property developers to squeeze Hong Kong's land supply and keep property prices at eye-watering heights. The first is too obvious to make a good test. And regrettably ...

  9. Death penalty cases rife with evidence flaws

    Posted Jan 11th 2012, 12:00am

    ... Ng Tze-wei tzewei.ng@scmp.com Inconsistent standards of evidence and inadequate defence are among the shortcomings of death penalty cases, the deputy chief of the nation's highest court told a criminal defence conference in Beijing at the weekend. Supreme People's Court Vice-President Zhang Jun, speaking at a conference organised by the China Law Society, said ...

  10. More time to file disability bias case

    Posted Jan 11th 2012, 12:00am

    ... received sympathy from a High Court judge yesterday. Mr Justice Johnson Lam Man-hon of the Court of First Instance said the preferred way to seek justice in such cases was to file a complaint ... in the form it had been submitted. But the judge said he felt sympathetic towards the boy's case, and said his lawyers could resubmit the application if they broadened it. Lam said he would give ...




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