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China's rich and skilled leave in record numbers
Results of Hong Kong 'gutter oil' tests to be announced next week

Secretary for Food and Health Ko Wing-man said on Thursday that samples have been taken from about a dozen restaurants reportedly using contaminated cooking oil supplied by a Kwai Chung manufacturer.

14 Dec 2012 - 4:41PM

Secretary for Food and Health Ko Wing-man said on Thursday that samples have been taken from about a dozen restaurants reportedly using contaminated cooking oil supplied by a Kwai Chung manufacturer.

Results of Hong Kong 'gutter oil' tests to be announced next week
Outcry over blunders of China’s one-child policy
Chinese consume one quarter of world's luxury goods, says report

Chinese consumers are buying one quarter of the world’s luxury goods, according to a reported published on Thursday.

21 Dec 2012 - 5:34PM

Chinese consumers are buying one quarter of the world’s luxury goods, according to a reported published on Thursday.

Chinese consume one quarter of world's luxury goods, says report
Flower pots force homeless migrant workers to move on

In Zhengzhou the open spaces beneath many express bridges used as shelter by migrant workers have been filled with hundreds of flower pots, in a bid to force them to use shelters.

24 Dec 2012 - 5:41PM

In Zhengzhou the open spaces beneath many express bridges used as shelter by migrant workers have been filled with hundreds of flower pots, in a bid to force them to use shelters.

Flower pots force homeless migrant workers to move on
Official response to Guizhou child deaths invokes anger
New twist unfolds in Hainan police drama
Fujian billionaire marries off daughter with gold-laden dowry
Former transport official suspected of placing 14 relatives in office

The former secretary of Quzhou city’s Department of Transportation was reported to have placed fourteen relatives in various Hebei governmental positions while he was in office.

21 Dec 2012 - 8:23PM

The former secretary of Quzhou city’s Department of Transportation was reported to have placed fourteen relatives in various Hebei governmental positions while he was in office.

Former transport official suspected of placing 14 relatives in office
Anhui man secretly detained after land dispute hearing

A villager from Anhui filed a report with police on Wednesday, claiming he was arrested, illegally detained and tortured after appearing at a land dispute hearing.

27 Dec 2012 - 5:21PM

A villager from Anhui filed a report with police on Wednesday, claiming he was arrested, illegally detained and tortured after appearing at a land dispute hearing.

Anhui man secretly detained after land dispute hearing
Netizens mock Jackie Chan’s appointment to CPPCC

Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan’s recent appointment to Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Beijing’s top advisory body, has generated a frenzy of discussions on China's social media.

28 Feb 2013 - 4:05PM

Hong Kong action star Jackie Chan’s recent appointment to Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), Beijing’s top advisory body, has generated a frenzy of discussions on China's social media.

Netizens mock Jackie Chan’s appointment to CPPCC
China harshens tone towards Japan over Diaoyu dispute

China continued its hard line on its claim to disputed islands in the East China Sea, threatening Japan with more retaliation and talk of war in an editorial in state media.

24 Dec 2012 - 7:03PM

China continued its hard line on its claim to disputed islands in the East China Sea, threatening Japan with more retaliation and talk of war in an editorial in state media.

China harshens tone towards Japan over Diaoyu dispute
Sichuan man destroys luxury car during test drive to 'vent anger' at ex-mother-in-law
Anger grows after singer's son detained following gang rape
Manchu princess says property developers are the 'new emperors' of our time

Manchu princess, niece of the last emperor Puyi and long-term Hong Kong resident hits out at the real estate hegemony in Hong Kong, describing property developers as the "new emperors of our time."

28 Dec 2012 - 6:59PM

Manchu princess, niece of the last emperor Puyi and long-term Hong Kong resident hits out at the real estate hegemony in Hong Kong, describing property developers as the "new emperors of our time."

Manchu princess says property developers are the 'new emperors' of our time
'It's not my father': says devastated daughter after Shaanxi crematorium blunder
Feng Xiaogang hopes to make Cultural Revolution film
Jiangsu villager flies US flag to protest illegal demolitions
Beijing to ban online selling of milk powder
 'Panda porn' pays off for novice Chengdu lover as animals mate
School incidents highlight China's corporal punishment debate
Chinese investors eye bankrupt house market in Detroit

Two days after a Chinese real estate agency, whose location was not disclosed, advertised an investors' tour in Detroit, thousands of people have expressed interest, according to a report in the People's Daily. The same agency is advertising a tour to the US east coast in April, which costs 25,000 yuan and will take investors to Washington DC, Boston and New York City.

21 Mar 2013 - 1:35AM

Two days after a Chinese real estate agency, whose location was not disclosed, advertised an investors' tour in Detroit, thousands of people have expressed interest, according to a report in the People's Daily. The same agency is advertising a tour to the US east coast in April, which costs 25,000 yuan and will take investors to Washington DC, Boston and New York City.

Chinese investors eye bankrupt house market in Detroit
Guangdong University sets up student group to monitor internet discussion
Passenger tears up 100-yuan note to pay taxi driver
Prepare for more hailstorms, China's southern provinces warned
At least 9 die after hail and thunderstorms hit Dongguan

Severe thunderstorms and heavy hail struck Dongguan on Wednesday - and are believed to have killed nine people and seriously injured two others.

22 Mar 2013 - 12:23AM

Severe thunderstorms and heavy hail struck Dongguan on Wednesday - and are believed to have killed nine people and seriously injured two others.

At least 9 die after hail and thunderstorms hit Dongguan
Director calls for new China film rating system

Famous Chinese film director Xie Fei published an open letter on the internet on Saturday, making a case for the replacement of China’s current censoring mechanism with a motion picture rating system.

17 Dec 2012 - 6:42PM

Famous Chinese film director Xie Fei published an open letter on the internet on Saturday, making a case for the replacement of China’s current censoring mechanism with a motion picture rating system.

Director calls for new China film rating system
Communist Youth League removes post attacking NPC delegate
Outcry as another migrant worker dies in Zhengzhou
CCTV reporters beaten while investigating illegal sewage treatment in Hunan