No Charges to Be Filed in Toddler Attack
Police in Chongqing said they could not file criminal charges in a case in which a toddler was brutally attacked by a girl in an elevator. Toddler Survives Beating and Fall from 25th Floor
Town Official Calls Locals "Shameless" at Expensive Banquet
A video showing Xinglong County town party secretary, Liang Wenyong, referring to constituents as "the shameless" while attending a banquet has sparked pubic outrage online, the Yanzhao Metropolis Daily reported on Sunday.
Shanghai, Eastern China Brace for Typhoon Haikui
Shanghai and nearby coastal areas evacuated hundreds of thousands of people and ordered ships to port as China prepared for the arrival of Typhoon Haikui.
Breast Cancer Is Hitting Earlier
While the prevalence of breast cancer among women in Asia is lower than it is in much of the world, those who are hit by it in China tend to develop the illness at a much younger age.
Urbanization 'Threatens Food Security'
Blind and excessive land exploitation in China's urbanization may partially contribute to the sharp decrease of the country's arable land and pose a threat to food security, a senior official has warned.
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• Ecological Preservation a Goal during Reconstruction of Yushu 2010YY05MM10DD
• Tibetan Mastiffs Continue to Suffer after China's Yushu Quake 2010YY05MM10DD
• Quake-zone Airport Will Be Improved to Operate Round-the-clock 2010YY05MM05DD
• China Raises 637 mln USD for Quake-hit Yushu 2010YY05MM04DD
• Buddhists Provide Psychological Support for Quake Victims 2010YY05MM04DD
• China Receives 2nd Batch of Quake Relief Materials from Russia 2010YY05MM01DD
• Vice Premier Stresses Quake Clean-up Be Done Quickly 2010YY04MM29DD
• Struggle for Survival in Quake Zone Focuses on Rare Fungus 2010YY04MM27DD
• Reconstruction of Quake Zone Faces Difficulties: Vice Governor 2010YY04MM26DD
• 59,093 Tents Distributed in Quake-Hit Zone 2010YY04MM26DD
• Ethnic Customs Respected at Funerals in Yushu 2010YY04MM26DD
• Epidemic Prevention Stepped up in Quake Zone 2010YY04MM25DD
• Marmots Detected in Quake Zone, No Plague Reported: Health Ministry 2010YY04MM25DD
• Heavy Snow, Sandstorm Strand Rescuers at Airport 2010YY04MM25DD
• Thousands of Workers Ensure Quake-damaged Road Traffic to Quake Zone 2010YY04MM25DD
• Death Toll in NW China Quake Rises to 2,203 2010YY04MM25DD
• Prisoner Reunites with Traumatized Family after Quake 2010YY04MM24DD
• Repair of Quake-damaged Monasteries A Priority 2010YY04MM24DD
• China Charity Federation Receives 566 mln yuan in Quake Donation 2010YY04MM24DD
• Death Toll in NW China Quake Rises to 2,192 2010YY04MM24DD
• 207 Students Killed in Yushu Quake 2010YY04MM22DD
• NW China Quake Followed by 1,342 Aftershocks 2010YY04MM21DD
• Chinese President Pays Silent Tribute to Quake Victims 2010YY04MM21DD
• Hails Strike Quake-jolted Yushu 2010YY04MM20DD
• Death Toll Rises to 2,046 in NW China Quake 2010YY04MM20DD
• Qinghai Quake Information Open to Media 2010YY04MM20DD
• China to Mourn Quake Victims 2010YY04MM20DD
• Vice Premier Orders Reconstruction Plans for Qinghai Quake Zone 2010YY04MM19DD
• Power Mostly Restored NW China Quake Zone 2010YY04MM19DD
• Communications Restored in Yushu Villages 2010YY04MM19DD
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