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China Drive, Morning, 2008-07-03
    2008-07-03 16:08:49     CRIENGLISH.com

Broadcast Time: 11:00-12:00, 2008-07-03



96,000 Students in Sichuan Quake Zones Sit for Top Exam

New Beijing Airport Rail Fare Set to Be 25 Yuan

Blue Wednesday, Not Monday

 

Lest anyone forget that Roger Federer has, indeed, lost at Wimbledon, the BBC filled time during a rain delay Wednesday by rolling tape of his 2002 first-round exit against Mario Ancic.

Rafael Nadal crushed Andy Murray, as well as the wild hype surrounding the young Briton, to ease into his third successive Wimbledon semi-final on Wednesday.

Marat Safin set up a Wimbledon showdown with Roger Federer as the volatile Russian reached his first Grand Slam semi-final for three years with a 3-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7/1), 6-3 victory over Feliciano Lopez on Wednesday.

The SuperSonics will move to Oklahoma City for the 2008-09 season as part of a settlement with the city of Seattle.

Reconstruction Proposal by College Students

       

Rocker Douwei Scores Zhouxn's New Movie

 Have You Been Turned down Before?

Have you been turned down for a job which you think you're qualified for? Have you asked someone out and then got a "we'll see" answer? Being rejected is something we often have to deal with in our life. Have you been turned down before?

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McDonald's Steps up English in Beijing

For Sale: Half the Profits

Myspace Dealing with Cyber Vandals

        

Queue Day

Starting from last Feburary, every eleventh day of the month has been an officially designated "Queue Day" for Beijing residents, as the number "11" represents two people in a line. The idea is to discourage queue jumping and encourage more respect for public order.

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