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News & Reports 2009-01-06
Thousands of Israeli troops backed by tanks and helicopter gunships continue to push into Gaza in the second day of Israel's ground invasion of the coastal territory.
•  World Economic Forum: China Ranks Higher in Information Technology Development
• CRI Roundup 2009-01-10
•  Better Financial Services for Taiwan
•  Over One Million Quake Victims Find New Jobs
•  China's Telecoms Sector Gets 3G licenses
•  China to Continue with Loose Monetary Policy
•  EU to Send Monitors to Ensure Gas Supply
•  Israel to Propose Cease Fire in Gaza
•  Israel Agrees to 'Humanitarian Corridor' Idea
•  China Moves to Prevent Bird flu Outbreak

Graduates Facing Colder Winter in Job Hunting
Despite a limited number of employment opportunities, job seekers also have to face other new challenges in the job market -- lower salaries, fewer training opportunities and potential layoffs.

Israeli/Palestinian Conflict
It has now claimed over 500 lives, and is considered one of the most dramatic escalations of violence in the region in decades. In this edition of the show we'll be discussing the root causes and possible solutions to the ongoing fighting in Gaza.

Why Asian Children Excel at Math
A group of researchers has put their collective theories together in a book dedicated to trying to figure out why Asian kids are better at math than other kids around the world.

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Cycling Without Borders

A wonderful Time of the Year: on Christmas Eve of 2008

Survey: Chinese Enterprises Optimistic about Sales Growth in 2009

China World Biz-Tech Sports Culture Life

China US Celcebrate 30th Anniversary of Diplomatic Ties
•  Increasing Gold Reserve Conducive to Reduce Risks of Foreign Exchange Reserve
•  World Economic Forum: China Ranks Higher in Information Technology Development
•  China Moves to Prevent Bird flu Outbreak
• Decision-making Mechanism Prior to Encouragement of Pursuit of Innovations
• China to Step up Efforts to Improve Net Environment

Israeli Ground Invasion in Gaza
•  WHO Says Flu Spans 17 Countries, 787 People Infected
•  EU to Send Monitors to Ensure Gas Supply
•  Israel to Propose Cease Fire in Gaza
•  Israel Agrees to 'Humanitarian Corridor' Idea
• India handed over evidence of Mumbai attacks to Pakistan

Yantai's Low Carbon Economy
• Beijing Expands as Grand Shopping Malls Introduced to Suburban Districts
• Will the Year of the Ox See a Bull Market?
• Fuel-Efficient Cars Popular Among Consumers in the New Year Holiday
• New Generation of Zhejiang Merchants
• 2009-01-02 Business

Yi Jianlian does well as a contender in this year's NBA All-Star game
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• Beijing Youth Daily: Should Yi Jianlian Play in the NBA All-Star Game?
• 2009-01-02 Sports
• 2008-01-01 Sports
• Sports 2008-12-30

Why Asian Children Excel at Math
• Vivian Show and Joe Nieh Married: Priest
• China's Regional Autonomy of Ethnic Minorities Advancing into a New Stage
• Dazhong Daily: Longer University Breaks Can Save Energy
• China Youth Daily: Universities Must Provide Relevant Business Training
• 2009-01-02 Showbiz

Beijing Railway Department Sees more than 300,000 travelers on the first day of 2009
• Contaminated Pet Food Kills 1,300 Stray Dogs across Taiwan
• 2009-01-04 The Choice to Donate
• Draft Law on Social Insurance Highlights Protecting Workers' Rights
• 2009-01-03 Let's Go Skiing
• Food Review
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UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon has voiced his extreme concern and disappointment at the Israeli invasion into Gaza, and called for "an immediate end" to the military operation.
07:00 News & Reports
Israeli forces start a ground operation against Hamas in Gaza after a week of intensive attacks by air and naval forces.A top Ukrainian official warns Europe could see serious natural gas disruptions in about two weeks.
07:30 People in the Know
30 years ago today the United States and China made their relationship official.  January 1st, 1979 marked the official start of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
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News in Brief
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki- moon has voiced his extreme concern and disappointment at the Israeli invasion into Gaza, and called for "an immediate end" to the military operation.
07:30 People in the Know
30 years ago today the United States and China made their relationship official.  January 1st, 1979 marked the official start of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
07:30 China Beat
Chinese pop music in the early 80s tended to echo the style of 70s'-era easy listening music. It wasn't until the latter half of the 80s that a distinctive fresh, modern sound cropped up.
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New Year Resolution
Today is the New Year eve, it's time to make a wish, things you want to achieve at the year of 2009. What's your new year resolution?

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CRI Street Talk
Starting from 2007, the government is providing gasoline subsidies to taxi drivers. Though it is not too much, we are happy about that. It shows the government's care and support for us taxi drivers.
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