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China Drive, Afternoon, 2008-07-03
    2008-07-03 20:49:36     CRIENGLISH.com

Broadcast Time: 17:00-19:00, 2008-07-03

          



Safety Comes First When Studying abroad: Gov't

Building lights May Be Used to Issue Weather Alerts

Citizens Enjoy Free Bus in Downtown Changning

 

Second seed Rafael Nadal rampaged around Centre Court yesterday, trampling British hope Andy Murray 6-3 6-2 6-4 to reach the Wimbledon semi-finals.

Chinese wrestler Luo Meng became the second Olympic hopeful to be banned for life after testing positive for a banned substance.

Jason Bartlett's two-run single capped a six-run seventh inning, as the red-hot Tampa Bay Rays rallied to top the defending world champion Boston Red Sox, 7-6, and complete a three-game sweep at Tropicana Field.

The University of Hong Kong's Interview Topics

       

Movie Productions Keep Rolling Despite Uncertainty

Pierce Brosnan's Springsteen Ambition

Lily Allen to Record Duet with Lindsay Lohan

 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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China Economy Cooling

More Bad Stock Market News

Bad Pilots! Bad!

        

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.

Olympic Countdown 0703

Careful preparation for the 2008 Olympics can be clearly seen in all aspects of life in the host city. With the summer games in only 4 weeks' time, we'll continue to look at the traditionally strong sports in China. Here is Yinan with this week's Olympic countdown.

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