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    2010-07-05 17:26:05     CRIENGLISH.com
Broadcasting Time: 14:00-17:00, 2010-07-05


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[Metro & Sports]

  • 'Green indices' to evaluate officials
  • China's Population to Near 1.4 Bln by 2015: Official
  • UNEP Promotes Environmental Protection at Shanghai Expo
  • Villagers Protest about Waste Disposal Project in S. China
  • Brazil coach Dunga has been sacked after their shock World Cup quarterfinal exit to the Netherlands.
  • Rafael Nadal has reclaimed the Wimbledon men's singles title, putting in a classy performance to beat Tomas Berdych 6-3, 7-5, 6-4 in the final.

[Real China] The Soccer Fans Rush for World Cup Products

With the 2010 World Cup soccer matches down to the final four in South Africa, soccer fans everywhere around the world are eagerly buying World Cup related products including jerseys, soccer boots, and balls. China is no exception.

[Showbiz News]

  • Huang Xiaoming's New Film Set to Shoot
  • "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows" Releases Poster and New Trailer
  • Swiss official: Polanski decision expected soon
  • Lady Gaga nears 10 million Facebook fans

[Culture Voyage] China Launches Reporting System to Better Regulate Organ Transplant

China's health authorities are working to better regulate the country's organ transplants by requiring medical centers to report each case within 72 hours after the operation.

[Strange News]

  • A Russian businessman has paid almost ?20,000 (around $30,400 USD) to have a ?2 plastic Vuvuzela covered in expensive white gold and encrusted with precious stones.
  • 'Love hunters' are being sent out in China to find sexy, single ladies to date multi-millionaire clients.
  • The Lord Mayor of Leicester in the UK has apologised after his trousers fell down during a visit to a local library.
  • A slogan, written in the distinctive calligraphic style of Chairman Mao Zedong which says, "Serve the Netizens," is drawing criticism at the 'Great Wall Internet Bar' in Wuhan, Hubei Province, both for the script style and because it mimics Mao's famous "Serve the People" slogan.

[Flexible Segment] If you have a bar called "If"

If you have enough money and time, what would you do? If you love drinks, and have a talent for making different cocktails, would you open a bar?



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