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  1. Eyes on Beijing - Ready or not?

    Posted Jul 08th 2008, 12:00am by Ambrose Leung, Martin Zhou

    ... estimate is they will bag between 34 and 36 golds this time. And I'm looking beyond China's traditional territory such as badminton and table tennis for possible glory. I think our ... of Taiwan, this is not the case in Tibet. And people like us from Hong Kong are even denied dialogue, not to mention returning to our homeland. When foreign leaders are visiting the Games, at least ...

  2. Eyes on the skies

    Posted Oct 29th 2004, 12:00am by Peter Kammerer

    ... screens, amateur climatologists have had little difficulty concluding that human activity is responsible for the thousands of deaths and billions of dollars of damage. Their case has been buoyed ... many years of data'. Satellites had only been used to track weather phenomena for three decades and reliable measuring equipment had only been widely available since the 1980s. In the case ...

  3. Hu's CO{-2} pledge won't slow China's emissions

    Posted Sep 28th 2009, 12:00am by Tom Holland

    ... 'China acts on carbon cuts,' read the headline in Britain's Times newspaper. 'China eyes 'notable' emissions cuts,' reported the Wall Street Journal. 'China ... last week, Hu said China is 'fully aware of the importance and urgency of dealing with climate change'. If that's the case, he should go a step further and agree ...

  4. For your eyes only

    Posted Mar 23rd 2004, 12:00am by David Watkins

    ... A fast speedboat and an armed escort away from Manila, Apulit seems the ideal 007 getaway, writes David Watkins For all that New Age talk of the journey being more important than the destination, the trip to Club Noah-Isabelle on Apulit Island, off Palawa ...

  5. Beijing's blind eye

    Posted Aug 02nd 2010, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... half the water in China is now undrinkable. It wasn't meant to be this way. In the run-up to the 2008 Olympics, much was made of how polluting industries were being shut down, while ...

  6. No amount of smog can cloud eyes of the world

    Posted Jul 30th 2008, 12:00am by Tom Plate

    ... the camera's eye. No country of 1.3 billion is easily governed. China's economic condition has greatly improved from the reforms started three decades ago. But, as everywhere in the world, ... that observers on the ground in China will see, the second is the event the rest of the world will see, and the third is the event or events no one may ever see. On the mainland, ...

  7. Schiavo starved to death- this was not euthanasia

    Posted Apr 02nd 2005, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... Schiavo's case is just the start. Other cases will ensue. If the US legislature and other places, including Hong Kong, do not learn from this and respond accordingly, the problem will not end. SAM ... the same since the 1980s as was explained in his annual March 10 statement on the anniversary of Tibetan National Uprising Day, which the South China Morning Post failed to cover. What the Dalai ...

  8. Britain eyes lucrative ties

    Posted Jun 14th 2008, 12:00am by Tim Metcalfe

    ... to help hundreds of British firms to begin or expand trading in this region. They also encourage and support the investment and success of companies from Hong Kong, Macau and China ... help. We have a proven track record in the development of environmental technologies.' Last year, the British-funded first phase of the EU-China Near Zero Emissions Coal programme ...

  9. Industrialists eye potential of bamboo as earth-saving alternative to timber

    Posted Dec 28th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... is uncommon. With more than 400 species and 4.2 million hectares of bamboo forest, Tam said China should be well positioned to lead the 'movement'. Last year, the average per hectare yield ...

  10. Polar pioneer eyes new frontier

    Posted Oct 26th 2008, 12:00am by Sarah Monks

    ... to participate in China's polar research. In the process, Dr Lee has freely given her award-winning skills in photography, design and advertising to promote the mainland's scientific ... Saudi Arabia, which is at a similar latitude.' The Himalayas block the moist monsoon winds, turning them east to bring moisture to southern China and the Yangtze River area, he explained. ...




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