Fujian, Taiwan Newswire

Fujian, Taiwan Newswire

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  1. Nine killed in China's abandoned mineRead the original story

    Sunday | Newkerala.com

    Nine people died after they sneaked into and got trapped in an abandoned coal mine in China's Fujian province, authorities said. Rescuers said that 12 people entered a closed mine in Yongding district's Longyan city on Saturday to dig coal.

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  2. Nine killed in China's abandoned mineRead the original story

    Sunday | Nerve News

    Nine people died after they sneaked into and got trapped in an abandoned coal mine in China's Fujian province, authorities said. Rescuers said that 12 people entered a closed mine in Yongding district's Longyan city on Saturday to dig coal.

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  3. 'Super Vulgar Butcher', Chinese activist, may face subversion chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | NEWS.com.au

    Police in Fujian province have applied to prosecution authorities to formally charge a detained activist nicknamed "Super Vulgar Butcher" with subversion, defamation and provoking trouble, his lawyer said on Sunday. Lawyer Yan Xin said prosecution authorities in Xiamen informed him on Saturday that city police had applied for permission to formally arrest "Butcher", whose real name is Wu Gan, on three criminal charges: "inciting the subversion of state power", defamation and "picking quarrels and provoking trouble".

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  4. Hefei-Fuzhou high-speed railway starts operationRead the original story

    Sunday | Xinhuanet

    A high-speed railway between Hefei and Fuzhou, capitals of central Anhui and southeastern Fujian provinces, started operations on Sunday, cutting travel time between a number of cities. With a top speed of 300 kilometers per hour, this is China's first high-speed railway across mountainous areas.

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  5. Shanghai Environmental Protest Continues for Fifth DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 26 | China Digital Times

    "This has been going on for five days now, and I am guessing that there are about 50,000 people here today, even more than yesterday, when there were about 40,000," a Shanghai resident who declined to be named told RFA. The protests have continued since Monday, in spite of assurances by the Jinshan authorities that no PX plant is planned for Jinshan, which is already home to a chemical industrial park.

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  6. Report Published: "Changtian Plastic & Chemical Limited (D2V) -...Read the original story

    Friday Jun 26 | PR-inside.com

    The company manufactures and markets adhesive tapes and release papers and film. Its adhesive tape products include BOPP adhesive tapes, masking tapes, double-sided adhesive tapes, kraft paper adhesive tapes and aluminium tapes; and release papers comprise Glassine silicone coated release papers and CCK release papers.

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  7. U.S. regulator freezes Chinese executive's assets over 'suspicious' Qihoo tradesRead the original story

    Thursday Jun 25 | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    The U.S. securities regulator has obtained a court order to freeze the assets of a Chinese online gaming CEO over what it described as "suspicious" trading activity ahead of a $10 billion deal by U.S.-listed Qihoo 360 Technology Co Ltd. In a statement on Tuesday, the Securities and Exchange Commission said Guangzhou resident Luo Haijian made more than $1 million trading options in Qihoo ahead of the news last week that the Chinese tech company had received a buyout offer at a 16.6 percent premium to its June 16 closing price.

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  8. Environmental Protests Expose Weakness In China's LeadershipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 22 | Forbes.com

    Mass environmental protests continue to gain strength in China. Within the last couple of months thousands of people in different parts of the country have vocally, and in some cases violently, railed against polluting chemical plants, waste incinerator projects and coal-fired power plant expansions.

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  9. Rule change could yield 500,000 Chinese transit passengers: ministerRead the original story

    Saturday Jun 20 | ETaiwanNews.com

    Taipei, June 20 As many as 500,000 Chinese nationals could transit through Taiwan's airports in the first 12 months after a recent relaxation in restrictions on Chinese transit passengers takes effect, according to Transportation Minister Chen Chien-yu . That number could rise to 800,000 in the second 12 months as more Chinese travelers discover that transiting through Taiwan on their way to third countries can save them time and money, Chen said earlier this week.

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  10. As Spats Mount, Taiwan Courts 'Cream' of Chinese TouristsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 12 | Voice of America

    With the landmark Grand Hotel in rear, a plane carrying the first wave of mainland China tourists from the coastal city of Xiamen lands at the Taipei Airport, Friday, July 4, 2008, in Taipei, Taiwan. Taiwanese people seldom saw tour groups from their old political rival China before 2008.

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  11. Wide wealth gap despite average salary risesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | China Daily

    A man rides in front of a Bank of China branch in Fuzhou, Fujian province, July 10, 2013. [Photo/IC] The hullabaloo from Chinese Internet users about newly published salary statistics is fairly predictable as only the average numbers are given without giving the median.

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  12. Kabayama was too optimistic that Taiwan would fall easilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | The China Post

    One hundred and twenty years ago today, Admiral Sukenori Kabayama inaugurated his government of Taiwan amid festivities in Taipei. Japan's first governor-general of Taiwan was confident that the organized defense of the new colony would soon subside after Tang Jingsong, president of the Republic of Taiwan, had fled Taipei with his family for Fuzhou in mainland China 12 days before and the main body of the Japanese invasion army was in the capital city ready to march southward to pacify the island.

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  13. Curcumin reduces high glucose-induced NTDs in mice embryosRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 17 | PhysOrg Weblog

    Curcumin appears to reduce high glucose-induced neural tube defect formation by blocking cellular stress and activation of caspases, according to an experimental study published in the June 4 issue of the American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology . Yanqing Wu, from Fujian Normal University in Fuzhou, China, and colleagues examined whether curcumin treatment can reduce high glucose-induced NTDs.

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  14. China promotes domestically-developed nuclear technologyRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 17 | Xinhuanet

    China is promoting its own third generation reactor design, Hualong One technology, which will have to compete with third-generation designs from the Untied States, France and Russia for a lucrative global market. At a promotion event on Tuesday in Fuqing City of southeast China's Fujian Province, the location of a planned pilot nuclear power project that uses the technology, China National Nuclear Corporation said it was optimistic of the technology's prospects.

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  15. Xiamen Airlines in Tasmania flight talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 16 | Air Transport World

    Chinese international carrier Xiamen Airlines has discussed the possibility of direct flights from southern China to Hobart, Tasmania in Australia. On a recent visit to China, the Tasmanian Parliamentary Secretary for Small Business and Trade, Adam Brooks, said that Fujian Province authorities "were discussing" the prospect of a direct link between Gaoqi International Airport, Xiamen and Hobart International Airport in Tasmania.

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  16. China to remove visa requirements for Taiwanese: XinhuaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 15 | ABS-CBN News

    China will lift an entry permit requirement for Taiwanese travelling to the mainland, state media reported Sunday, part of a wider plan to reduce barriers between the two communities. Yu Zhengsheng, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, made the announcement at a forum in the southern Chinese city of Xiamen, the official Xinhua News Agency reported, but did not give a date when the policy would take effect.

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  17. Kinmen aims to become economic pilot zoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 14 | The China Post

    Kinmen County Magistrate Chen Fu-hai said Sunday he will spare no effort to strive for support for Kinmen to become a pilot zone for trade and economic cooperation between the two sides of Taiwan Strait. Chen spelled out the pledge at a cross-strait forum in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China, according to report by Xinhua News Agency, the Chinese government's mouthpiece.

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  18. PRC to remove visa rule for TaiwaneseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 14 | The China Post

    The People's Republic of China will remove entry permit requirements for Taiwan nationals, as top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng vowed to boost exchanges across the Taiwan Strait yesterday. Yu, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, announced the plan during a speech at the seventh Straits Forum, the largest annual event for cross-strait exchanges, in Xiamen in the southeastern province of Fujian.

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  19. State teaches Chinese tycoons-in-waiting how best to behaveRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 14 | NEWS.com.au

    The courses include Confucian, Buddhist and Taoist philosophies, how to shoulder responsibility, as well as information about the economy and business. a Confucian culture exhibition in Hong Kong.

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  20. Xinhua Insight: Mainland to lift entry-permit requirement for Taiwan residentsRead the original story

    Sunday Jun 14 | Xinhuanet

    The Chinese mainland will remove entry permit requirements for Taiwan residents, as top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng vowed to boost exchanges across the Taiwan Strait on Sunday. Yu, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, announced the plan during a speech at the seventh Straits Forum, the largest annual event for cross-Strait exchanges, in Xiamen in the southeastern province of Fujian.

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