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  1. letters

    Posted Oct 09th 2009, 12:00am by Staff Reporter

    ... a negative image of today's youngsters because some of them engaged in activities such as compensated dating and drug abuse. The writer also said it is unfair to say all teenagers are bad and it is normal for people to make mistakes. I fully agree. Not all teens are going on compensated dates and abusing drugs. But those that do give teenagers a bad name. The teenagers themselves are partly ...

  2. Dangers stemmed, and not before time

    Posted Jan 29th 2012, 12:00am

    ... of the highest ethics and standards. This means the elimination of abuses such as the harvesting of stem cells from fetuses aborted because of the one-child policy. That said, it is not unrealistic ... and unnecessary drugs, along with unnecessary tests and fee gouging. This has put health care beyond the reach of the poor and even the middle class. Hospital operators have so far successfully resisted ...

  3. Social order is key to script in new film rules

    Posted Dec 16th 2011, 12:00am

    ... 'evil cults' or superstition, or propagate obscenity, gambling, drug abuse, violence or terror, according to the draft law posted on the website of the State Council's Legislative ... drug abuse, gambling and crimes, libelling others, damaging social morality and outstanding national cultural traditions. Other content forbidden by laws, administrative orders and national ...

  4. Not dead and buried

    Posted Oct 02nd 2011, 12:00am

    ... Joyee Chan On a bitterly cold night in 1937, a beautiful British teenager, Pamela Werner, was found lying murdered beside the Fox Tower in Beijing. The killing sent shockwaves through ... reports. But finding information about 'Pinfold', who lurked in the crime-and-drug-infested Badlands, proved difficult. 'It was an area nobody wanted to admit existed,' French ...

  5. The changing views of a Uygur in Beijing

    Posted Mar 28th 2010, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... and dealers. The HIV/Aids prevalence in the Uygur community is higher due to drug abuse. Most came to Beijing to make a living but things did not go in their favour. What has been the biggest challenge ... of stealing or drug addiction, the same people she is now trying to help as project manager for Beijing-based NGO Aizhixing. What did you do before you joined Aizhixing? I grew up in an area populated ...

  6. Uses and abuses

    Posted Jun 27th 2007, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... when power is exercised without responsibility. Officials and police in Shanxi turned a blind eye to the abuses going on under their noses. Indeed, some seem to have collaborated ... they are also exercising power without considering the consequences. Their age is a poor excuse for that, given that teenagers are driving the internet's every advance. But when they see adults ...

  7. Equality denied

    Posted Nov 13th 2007, 12:00am by Laurence Brahm

    ... like cattle, regardless of what nation they were from, and indiscriminately beaten as part of a sloppily executed investigation into Nigerian drug dealers. China's leaders should realise ... district want to do something about drug dealing, they should shut down its plethora of brothels, where crack cocaine is big business. When a number of diplomats raised concerns about unwarranted ...

  8. Migrants blamed for Beijing HIV/Aids surge

    Posted Nov 22nd 2007, 12:00am by Raymond Li

    ... Dapeng identified drug abuse and unprotected sex as the leading triggers of the sharp rise in infections. The report added that gay men were at greater risk of contracting HIV/Aids and 200 ...

  9. So blue, so blatant

    Posted Jan 23rd 2008, 12:00am by David Eimer

    ... questioned why CCTV was using a teenager to try to justify the government's plans to censor the internet further. But, overall, the episode obscured the latest attempt by authorities to control ... they would be prevented from showing it. But the ban wouldn't extend to the televised drugs bust of acclaimed film director Zhang Yuan. He and his companions were filmed by a TV crew who ...



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