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China Drive, Afternoon, 2008-07-01
    2008-07-01 20:57:17     CRIENGLISH.com

Broadcast Time: 17:00-19:00, 2008-07-01


Beijing Raises Unemployment Insurance Payment Threshold

Equal Rights for Shenzhen's Migrants

Students Barking Mad over University Dog Ban


Roger Federer moved into his sixth straight Wimbledon quarterfinal on Monday by handling former world No. 1 Lleyton Hewitt in straight sets.

Second-seeded Jelena Jankovic was ousted in straight sets in the fourth round by Tamarine Tanasugarn yesterday, leaving the women's draw without its top three ranked players.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport dismissed the appeal filed by the Floyd Landis and upheld a two-year doping ban on the American cyclist.

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Media Awards Summarize 2007 Chinese Films

John Woo Film Cast Attend Press Conference

London Premiere of Film Version of Hit Musical

 What's the Most Important Virtue for Men?

A recent online survey ranks "responsibility" as the most important virtue for men. Following it are tolerance, fashion, wisdom and humor. Do you agree with this result? What do you think is men's most important virtue?

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Possible Interest Rate Hike

Airfares on The Rise

Huge Jobloss in Sichuan


College Students' Salary Expectation

With the coming of July, more college students step into their career life upon graduation. Compared with last year, college students' salary expectations are shown to drop this year.

Part of government Vehicles Kept off Road

To ensure a green Olympics, a new traffic plan controlling the usage of vehicles in central and municipal government organs becomes effective in Beijing today. In fact, the Beijing municipal government has already stopped the usage of some government vehicles starting June 23.



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