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China Drive, Morning, 2008-06-25
    2008-06-25 16:58:54     CRIENGLISH.com

Broadcast Time: 11:00-12:00, 2008-06-25



Wheel chair Pushing Dog Becomes Local Celeb

Easing the Stress of Shopping in Shanghai

Washroom Revamp in Beijing


 

Rafael Nadal, Maria Sharapova and Venus Williams moved into the Wimbledon second round on Tuesday but men's fourth seed Nikolay Davydenko crashed to an embarrassingly limp defeat.

Tiger Woods had reconstructive surgery on his left knee Tuesday in Utah to repair a torn ligament, and doctors said it was "highly unlikely" there would be any long-term effects.

And, the Gatorade-stained shirt worn by Boston Celtics coach Doc Rivers as the team won its first NBA championship in 22 years has been auctioned for $55,000 U-S dollars.

Gates Donation

       

Jet Li Invited to be Academy Award Voting Member

Jolie Eyes Sin City

Hilary Duff Joins "Cool"

 Have You Felt the Impact of Rising Oil Prices?

It now takes you more to fill up your tank as China raised gas and diesel prices by 8% last week. Taxi and air fares have not increased yet as they're still subsidized by the government. But analysts expect the government to lift subsidies sometime after the Olympics. Rising oil prices might also push up prices of oil-dependent products.

Have you felt the impact of rising oil prices? What would you do to offset the impact of rising oil prices?

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The World Now Has 10 Million Millionaires

Apple iPhone Cost $173 to Make

Google Can Help Target Demos with "Ad Planner"

        

Men's Basketball Friendly

China has beaten Lithuania in a Men's basketball friendly 110-92, an eighth successive win. After the game, the final list of players qualifying for the 2008 Olympic Games will be soon released.

Oil Price Hike Affects Car-Owners

The surprise fuel price rise in China last Friday may seem like an inevitable domestic measure, but analysts say it also reveals the government is joining world powers in a bid to tame global oil prices. Obviously, China's newly-formed urban automobile demographic will bear the brunt of the hike.

 

 

 

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