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2010-07-06
    2010-07-06 17:33:53     CRIENGLISH.com
Broadcasting Time: 14:00-17:00, 2010-07-06

      

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[Metro & Sports]

  • Scorching heat ravages China, prompts algae blooms
  • McDonald's defends chemical in chicken nuggets
  • Beijing to limit migrants with enclosed management
  • Shaanxi fines three cities for polluting river
  • Netherlands coach Bert van Marwijk has warned his players against complacency ahead of their World Cup semifinal against Uruguay in Cape Town.
  • Nigeria's president has backed down on his decision to suspend the national soccer team, according to the African country's football federation.

[Real China] Courier Industry Needs Regulation in China

Courier companies, especially some private and smaller ones, are provoking more and more disputes due to their poor services in China. An in-depth investigation has found that the industry here lacks adequate legal regulations.

[Showbiz News]

  • 'Amazing'! Basketball Film Begins Shooting This Fall
  • "The King's Feast" to Start Shooting
  • Cristiano Ronaldo becomes a father but mother keeps mum

[Culture Voyage] Young Filmmaker Protests Old City District Makeover

Guangzhou, China's Southern economic and cultural center and one of the country's oldest modern cities, is set to host Asia's prime sporting event, the Asian Games, this December.

[Strange News]

  • A former hot dog speed-eating champion has been arrested after his arch-rival set a new eating world record.
  • A Chinese man who saved a one-armed, one-legged monkey says the primate has paid him back - by killing all his chickens.
  • An Australian surfer has fought off a large shark and then ridden a wave to safety, according to recent reports.
  • 200,000 yuan (over $29,000 USD) in one yuan bills were used recently by four unidentified disgruntled diners to pay the bill at a restaurant in Wenzhou, Zhejiang Province.

[Flexible Segment] Danny Yung C a man of many talents

Find multi tasking hard to handle? Well, most people do. However for many creative and talented individuals combining a variety of interests and abilities is a pleasure in itself. In this week's China's Champion segment, Elicia Loh speaks to Danny Yung, one multi-talented artist who finds multi-tasking a source of creativity.

 
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