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2010-07-23
    2010-07-23 19:53:20     CRIENGLISH.com
Broadcasting Time: 14:00-17:00, 2010-07-23

      

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[Metro & Sports]

  • Prosecutors in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality will look for criminal information on the Internet on a daily basis as part of their anti-corruption efforts.
  • Most workers at a Honda auto parts supplier in south China's Guangdong Province have ended a 10-day strike after being promised a pay rise.
  • Hong Kong authorities have set up a team to look into problems deriving from "zero fee" tours after incidents regarding mainland tourists being forced to shop in Hong Kong was disclosed.
  • A man threatening to jump from a building at the Expo Park in Shanghai has given up his suicide attempt following a five-hour standoff with police and firemen.
  • 27 year old British Open champion Louis Oosthuizen has carried on where he left off at St Andrews, by sharing the lead after the opening round of the Scandinavian Masters in Stockholm.
  • The Tour de France is poised to be decided in nail-biting fashion on Saturday after the final mountain stage left race leader Alberto Contador still only eight seconds ahead of Andy Schleck.

[Real China]  Chinese Medical Team Helps Save lives in the Republic of the Congo

In the Republic of the Congo, a Chinese medical team is actively helping people combat various deadly diseases. What are the lives of these medical angels like in this epidemic-stricken African country?

[Showbiz News]

  • A concert will gather China's best-known rock stars in Beijing next month. Bands including Tang Dynasty and Black Panther, and musicians including He Yong, Zhang Chu and Xu Wei will perform at the Workers' Stadium on August 27th in Beijing.
  • Chinese singer Dave Wong, Wang Jie, is preparing for his upcoming solo concert, which may be his farewell show to the music world.
  • "Single Men and Women", a romantic film featuring, Daniel Wu, and Gao Yuanyuan is set to be released in cinemas soon.
  • After the disturbing Mel Gibson audio tapes became public earlier this month, Oksana Grigorieva sent a text to the actor explaining why she'd surreptitiously recorded their conversations.

[Cultural Voyage] Blog Bite

According to a Gallup World Poll on the world's happiest countries, China ranked 125th of all the 155 countries. Also, a UNESCO World Heritage Site in North China is planning a 25-percent increase in ticket prices.

[Strange News]

  • A couple who were whale-watching off the coast of South Africa got more than they bargained for when a 10-metre southern right whale leapt from the water and crashed down onto their yacht.
  • A television presenter in Taiwan has been hospitalised after a mosquito flew into her mouth, choking her and interrupting her live broadcast of a news program.
  • Romantic comedies might provide 90 minutes of light-hearted fun but the happy-ever-after movies are also impacting people's real love lives, according to an Australian survey.
  • One of the world's hairiest men is to have plastic surgery - because he thinks his nose is too big.

[Chinese Kitchen] Sweet Corn Soup

On today's Chinese kitchen we're looking at another very popular dish, Sweet Corn soup. This mild but satisfying soup is light and healthy, a perfect appetizer or accompaniment to any Chinese meal. Guanny Liu is back in Nanluoguxiang in Beijing to find out how to make this dish.

[Flexible Segment ] Women's Dormitory: Stories of Rural Migrant Women

A Chinese director has spent five years following the lives of several middle-aged rural migrant women who share a cheap dorm in the city. The documentary called "Women's Dormitory" is scheduled to air on TV at the end of this year. The 20-episode documentary will give a glimpse into these rural women's struggles in the city.

 
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