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China's Masterwork Machinery's Equipment Featured at CPP Expo
CPP EXPO Show Management announced that Masterwork Machinery Co., Ltd. will be a featured exhibitor at CPP EXPO , taking place September 8-12, 2013 at Chicago's McCormick Place.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
Coal-fired plants cause smog that killed 9,900
Air pollution from 196 coal-fired power stations in Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei caused 9,900 premature deaths in 2011, with the province, a big coal consumer, deserving most of the blame, according to a new study.
Sun Jun 16, 2013
New tools preserve ancient treasures
At a conference in Xi'an, archaeologists discuss how the digitalization of historical sites and relics help recreate communities, allowing them to look into the past and see the future.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
China sets up new rules for curbing air pollution
China's Cabinet has adopted 10 measures to improve air quality in the latest move aimed at responding to the dense smog that has repeatedly enveloped Beijing and other major Chinese cities in recent years.
Family of Dorney Park worker who was struck and killed sue amusement park, driver
The family of Zhen Li, right, alleges Dorney Park's parent company is responsible for the death of Li, who was struck and killed by a driver while walking along Hamilton Boulevard ramp to Interstate 78. Zhen Li, of Tianjin, China, was hired to work at the park through a temporary work visa and had all work and housing arrangements set up through ... (more)
Fri Jun 14, 2013
Nine Dragons completes establishment of production bases in China;...
Nine Dragons completes establishment of production bases in China; 350,000 tonnes of testlinerboard production in Shenyang to commence by end of December 2015 This announcement is made by Nine Dragons Paper Limited pursuant to the Inside Information Provisions ) under Part XIVA of the Securities and Futures Ordinance and Rule 13.09 of the Rules ... (more)
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Cushion added for life in orbit
Cui Guoqi, a professor at Tianjin University, demonstrates tailor-made cushioned seats for Chinese astronauts.
Chinese pipe maker Foshan Rifeng in large expansion
Chinese pipe maker Foshan Rifeng Enterprises Co. Ltd. is investing 1 billion Chinese yuan in a new factory in Tianjin to expand its geographic reach in northern China and take advantage of what it says is rapidly growing business in China's domestic market.
BRIC nations: Aviation's next power players?
China has shown great ambition in the last few years consistently rolling out new aircraft including the COMAC C919 .
The Washington Post
Iron-Ore Ship Rates Seen Extending Gains as China Restocks
Rates to ship iron ore will extend gains as China starts replenishing stockpiles of the commodity used to make steel after prices fell, according to Arctic Securities ASA.
People's Daily Online
Hard times for air pollution
The desire for economic development has resulted in severe air pollution in Shijiazhuang, capital of Hebei province, which also affects nearby cities such as Beijing and Tianjin.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Chinese cash-cow weddings in France caught up in embezzlement scandal
One woman's chronicle of the death and suffering in Wuli has shed light on the grim plight of the Zhejiang 'cancer village', writes Hazel Knowles.
Kuhn named interim TWU president as Raymond steps aside
Raymond served as president for seven years. Students called him J-Ray. It's a nickname President Raymond is proud of because it indicates a connection to campus life.
United Methodist Church
United Methodism's Chinese connections
Cherry trees blossom along the Mutianyu section of the Great Wall of China, northeast of Beijing.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
People's Daily Online
China auditor warns local gov't debt risks
Top Chinese auditor office on Monday warned risks relating to some local governments' fast debt growth and their pressure to repay existing debt.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
China to keep macro-economic policy stable
Premier Li Keqiang said on Saturday that the key in well managing the current economic position is to keep the macro-economic policy stable and innovate regulatory approaches.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
People's Daily Online
China's high-tech marine sector steams ahead
China is eyeing emerging sectors to guarantee the sustainable and environment-friendly development of the country's marine economy, with the first batch of high-tech bases expected to be established within this year, a senior expert said.
Fake Ducks in China Trigger Copyright Fears
Wang Lixin takes an after-dinner stroll every day in her lakeside community in Tianjin.
Showtime for Chongqing
China's economic focus is shifting from east to west, Wang Hao, Tan Yingzi and Wei Tian report from Chongqing.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Wall Street Journal
Asia in Pictures
Aspiring bodyguards trod upon the bellies of fellow trainees during an exercise at the Genghis Security Academy in Beijing on Thursday.