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Tastemaker: Stacey Rodda, founder of Music Beyond Borders

Music Beyond Borders, an annual event that brings to Hong Kong a range of artists and rarely heard music from around the world, is now celebrating its 10th anniversary.

Sunday, 28 October, 2012, 4:05pm

Tastemaker: Stacey Rodda, founder of Music Beyond Borders

Music Beyond Borders, an annual event that brings to Hong Kong a range of artists and rarely heard music from around the world, is now celebrating its 10th anniversary. And the person we have to thank for the series is RTHK producer/presenter Stacey Rodda, a New Yorker who seems to have been destined to bring her international approach to Hong Kong.

28 Oct 2012 - 4:05pm

China Digest, September 28, 2012

CHONGQING

Salmon raised in caves

Half of all salmon sold in Chongqing food markets for use in making sushi come from mountains near the city, not the ocean, the Chongqing Evening News reports. Fish experts said many of the salmon were raised in freshwater lakes in mountain caves, and the fish are said to be cleaner and tastier than saltwater ones.

28 Sep 2012 - 2:19am

China Digest, September 26, 2012

CHONGQING

12-year-old gives birth

A 12-year-old girl gave birth at a hospital in the municipality last week, the Chongqing Economic Times reports. Her daughter was born several weeks premature and remains in intensive care. Police said they detained the girl's 20-year-old boyfriend and planned to file criminal charges.

26 Sep 2012 - 3:19am

China Digest

HEBEI

Floods damage Great Wall

1 Sep 2012 - 3:40am

China Digest, August 31

BEIJING

Birth defects double

Only about 7 per cent of engaged couples in Beijing receive premarital medical check-ups, the Beijing Times reports. The city stopped requiring check-ups in 2003. The rate of birth defects has since doubled, as treatable diseases often go undiscovered, according to the municipal health bureau.

Ragweed warning

31 Aug 2012 - 9:30am

Unusual commentary on accidents 'reflects party's lack of confidence'

A spate of fatal accidents this month has cast a pall over the upcoming 18th party congress, when the nation will name its leaders for the next decade, according to an unusual commentary by Xinhua.

30 Aug 2012 - 4:11am

China Digest

ANHUI

Writing is off the wall

30 Aug 2012 - 4:11am

China Digest

BEIJING

'Eligible' bachelors buy ad

25 Aug 2012 - 3:28am

China Digest

FUJIAN

Children get traffic tips

Six children aged 11 to 12 served as volunteer police officers in Fuzhou on Monday as part of a programme aimed at teaching young people about the dangers of breaking traffic laws, Fjsen.com reports. The parents said their children were to pass the traffic-safety tips on to them.

22 Aug 2012 - 3:38am

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