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    2010-07-07 17:32:04     CRIENGLISH.com
Broadcasting Time: 14:00-17:00, 2010-07-07


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[Metro & Sports]

  • Locust Plague Ravages China's Pastures, Farm Areas
  • China to Stop Vulgar Online Game Promotions
  • Beijing offers Expo 2010 tickets to blood donors
  • Teens attempt suicide after teacher allegedly slapped them
  • The Netherlands have stormed into their first World Cup final since 1978, beating Uruguay 3-2 to set up a title clash against either Germany or Spain.
  • South Africa's Caster Semenya has been given the all-clear to compete again as a woman in athletic events after undergoing a series of gender tests, according to the International Association of Athletics Federation.

[Real China] Urban Farmers Go Organic in Hong Kong

Organic farming is no longer an unfamiliar concept for many of us, as more and more people now prefer organic food because of health concerns.

[Showbiz News]

  • '80s Generation' Gains Heat at the Box Office
  • Down to Earth with Tan Dun
  • George Clooney to testify at Milan fraud trial
  • George Michael arrested after car crash

[Strange News]

  • A bicycling thief has reportedly stopped on a Southern California street to grab a 16-year-old girl, rob her of her only dollar and steal a kiss.
  • A stubborn cat lady whose second floor apartment is home to an estimated 200 felines (and one dog) is stinking up an entire six-story building in a community in Taiyuan, Shanxi Province.
  • A Russian man has made the headlines - by teaching his dog to scuba dive in a specially made doggie wetsuit.
  • A grandmother from Norfolk grandmother, who also works as a lollipop lady on a school crossing, has become the first woman to get a 7th dan black belt in Spirit Combat International ju-jitsu.

[Flexible Segment] Coca Cola's Localization in China

It's US beverage giant Coca-Cola, which has become a household name in China. A joint study conducted by China's Peking University and Qinghua University, as well as the University of Carolina, shows that Coca-Cola has now reached 80 percent of China's population. So, how has the company adapted its products and business strategies to China, a vast country with varied traditions and vastly differing tastes?



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