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Across-the-Straits Search and Rescue Exercise Held
A joint across-the-Straits search-and-rescue exercise was held Thursday between Xiamen on the Chinese mainland and the island of Jinmen in Taiwan.
Boao 2008
The Boao Forum for Asia 2008 is held in Hainan, China.
China Lowers Mobile Roaming Fees
Domestic telecom companies have started to lower mobile roaming fees.
Reconstruction Proposal by College Students
Seven college students from Renmin University of China have submitted a 40,000-word proposal to rejuvenate quake affected areas. The students took 15 days to complete the document and later submitted it to The State Council. They have been invited by central government officials for further talks.
Free Bus
One top political advisor of Jiangsu Province suggested the strategy of offering "free public transportation" to solve the problem of traffic congestion and improve the efficiency of buses in big cities. The advisor called for experiments in selected regions.

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• Top Legislator En Route to Sichuan for Quake Relief
• China Quake Death Toll Rises to 65,080
• Thunderstorms Forecast for Quake-hit Sichuan
• 6 Killed, 1000 Injured as Strong Aftershock Hits China
• China Earthquake Death Toll Reaches 62,664
• More Than 10,000 Children, Elderly "Alone after Quake"
• One Dead as 6.4 Aftershock Hits China Quake Zone
• Premier: Quake Relief Shifting to Reconstruction
• 1.5 mln Make-shift Houses to Be Built for Quake-affected People
• Facts And Figures about China Quake And Relief
• Canadian Foreign Minister Resigns
• U.S. "Stuck" in Guantanamo, Gates Says
• India Gets Uranium from Russia
• G8 Environment Ministers Announced 3R Action Plan at Kobe Meeting
• Myanmar Draft Constitution Approved
• Turkey to Take Important Steps on Kyoto Protocol
• Singapore Detention Center Officials Sacked over Terror Leader's Escape
• EU FMs Approve Negotiating Directives for New Deal with Russia
• Colombian Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 14
• Colombian Earthquake Death Toll Rises to 11
• China UnionPay Eases Disruptions
• Insurance Payment for Victims Made Easy
• Airlines Raise Fuel Levy due to Oil Costs
• Earthquake Shakes Tourism Industry
• Old Tools Not Enough to Bring down Inflation
• Hong Kong Stock Exchange Introduces Closing Auction Session
• Indonesia GDP Growth Can Reach 6.9 Pct in 2009: C. Bank Chief
• Cambodia Lifts Ban on Rice Export
• Vice Premier Urges Efforts to Restore Power Supply
• Economists: Inflation Would Ease despite Quake
• Indonesian Athletes Vying for Olympic Glory
• Beijing to Host Final Olympic Test Event
• Kaka Leaves Hospital after Successful Surgery
• Olympic Torch Relay Carries on in Shanghai
• J-League Struggling Side Eyes S. Korean Striker
• Main Competition Venue for the Olympic Equestrian Events Completed
• Quake Rescuers Carry Torch in Shanghai Relay
• Zhang Lianwei Leads Donations to Earthquake Relief Efforts
• 1st Women Team Reahces Mt. Everest Summit
• Ningbo Leg Torch Relay Ends at Hangzhou Bay Bridge
• Massive Program Launched to Save Qinghai Lake
• Phoenix Mars Lander Makes Successful Landing
• Jupiter Gets New Freckle
• Heart Disease Leading Cause of Death in Jordan
• Australian Climate Change Minister to Attend G8 Environment Meeting
• Boeing Says 787 Dreamliner Near Completion
• Short-Term Quake Prediction "Very Difficult": U.S. Seismologist
• Science Exhibition Showcases Olympic Technology
• British Scientists Develop Gene Therapy to Treat Heart Patients
• Five Cloned Pigs Debut in Guangdong
• Beijing Enhances Building of Post-Disaster Shelters
• Sanxingdui Museum Set to Reopen
• Few Graduates Want to Be Rural Teachers
• Gifts on Help-The-Disabled Day
• Guangzhou Adjusts Bus Routes
• Newlyweds Raise Money for Quake-Hit Sichuan
• Surviving Boy's Salute Moves China
• 30,000 Candles Lit up for Quake Victims
• A Bride-Only Wedding Ceremony
• The Migration of Tibetan Antelopes
• We Can Support from afar: Jacky Cheung
• Liu Xiang Builds Dream in Doc Film
• Film: Calabash Brothers to Head for Quake Zones
• French Classroom Film Wins Top Prize in Cannes
• More Donations for Quake Relief as Engines Roar
• Faye Wong Prays for Quake Victims
• Stars Rush to Sichuan for Quake Relief
• "24 City" Premieres with Minute of Silence for Quake Victims
• Fund-raising Show to Be Broadcast on CCTV on Sunday
• "The One Man Olympic" Premieres in Beijing
 
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The cross-strait weekend chartered flights between the Chinese mainland and Taiwan start.
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• More Owners of Idle Cars Emerge in China
• Let's Start from Smoke-free Olympics
• Licenses Necessary for Profit-making Net-shops
• Chinese Police, Ready for Tighten Security for the Olympics

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