BEIJING: China sees rising prices ami...

BEIJING: China sees rising prices amid heat wave

There are 2 comments on the Asia News Network story from Aug 13, 2013, titled BEIJING: China sees rising prices amid heat wave. In it, Asia News Network reports that:

A persistent heat wave over East and South China is killing vegetables and pushing food prices higher but will not cause dramatic inflation, economists said.

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New China

Harbin, China

#1 Aug 14, 2013
I eat one watermelon each day. the big watermelon and other fruit is rather sweet to enjoy.

this save me much money.
the watermelon is a good thing. chinese medicine loves it very much.

this also helps peasants for their selling.
New China

Harbin, China

#2 Aug 14, 2013
watermelon is more better than ice cream in nutrition.
and the ice cream, especially that from abroad is very expensive.
a little dish or cup will cost 30-60 rmb, hush hush, a small cup of it will rob me of three or a week's living fee.

I can not afford that. this leaves to yang ren to enjoy ba.

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