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  1. Seven! released for iOS - Tiny 2048 and Tetris Style Puzzle GameRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | MacMegasite

    Indie game developer, Tide Mobile Studio today is proud to announce the release of Seven! 1.0.6, its funny new puzzle game developed for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. Perfect for anyone who loves puzzle games, Seven! combines the classic Tetris and the prevailing 2048 games together with the aim to offer a truly unique gaming experience for players of all ages.


  2. Three Chinese officials sacked 'over sex tape blackmail case'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    The case in Fuzhou echoes the fall of Lei Zhengfu, an official in Chongqing who was secretly filmed having sex with a young woman and the footage was posted on the internet. He was later jailed for taking bribes.


  3. Businessman provides a fillip to Thailand-China relationsRead the original story

    Tuesday | The Nation

    While relations between Thailand and China over the past 40 years have been mostly driven by governments and political agendas, ties from now on would also be pushed forward by a person like Richard Huang, a Chinese businessman whose connection with Thailand really means business. Huang is chief executive officer of Weimin International Holding, a Fuzhou-based trading company which is now utilising international mechanisms such as the Asean-China Free Trade Agreement and the newly initiated 21st Century Maritime Silk Road to trade with Thailand and other countries in Southeast Asia.


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

    Sunday Jun 28 | 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.


  5. 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.


  6. 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.


  7. 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.


  8. 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.


  9. Cutting-edge research unveiled at 2015 AAPS National Biotechnology ConferenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 9 | EurekAlert!

    Innovative vaccine and tumor research will be unveiled at the American Association of Pharmaceutical Scientists' National Biotechnology Conference . The meeting takes place Monday, June 8- Wednesday, June 10 at the San Francisco Marriott Marquis.


  10. Chinese airlines to launch more air routes to JapanRead the original story

    Tuesday Jun 9 | Xinhuanet

    More air routes linking China with Japan will be launched over the next few months to cater to an upsurge of Chinese travelers during the coming summer holidays. China's budget carrier Spring Airlines announced a new air link between Harbin, capital city of northeastern Heilongjiang Province, and Nagoya, Japan, on June 29. It is the first direct air route linking the city with the central area of Japan.


  11. Senior leader urges progress of Party members' discipline awarenessRead the original story

    Monday Jun 8 | Xinhuanet

    Liu Yunshan , a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and secretary of the Secretariat of the CPC Central Committee, speaks with staff and family members of Gu Wenchang, former Secretary of the CPC's Dongshan County Committee, during his visit to a memorial of Gu Wenhcang in Dongshan County, southeast China's Fujian Province, June 7, 2015. Liu had an inspection tour in Fujian from June 6 to 8. FUZHOU, June 8 -- Senior leader of the Communist Party of China Liu Yunshan has called for self-discipline and honesty among Party members through political education.


  12. It's an office block, Jim, but not as we know itRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jun 3 | The China Post

    A Chinese millionaire and self-confessed "Star Trek" fan has boldly gone where no man has gone before with the design of his company headquarters, erected in the shape of the USS Enterprise. The office block in the eastern city of Fuzhou has the emblematic circular contours and tubular features of the show's spaceship, according to images on the website of the People's Daily newspaper.


  13. Internet Police Emerge from Behind the CurtainsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 1, 2015 | China Digital Times

    Starting from June 1, internet police in 50 localities - including both metropolises such as Beijing and Shanghai as well as small, impoverished city such as Bijie in southwest China's Guizhou Province - will officially launch their own accounts on popular social networking services including Weibo and Wechat. Working 24/7, the cyber police teams are tasked to sniff out "illegal and harmful information on the internet, deter and prevent cyber crimes and improper words and deeds online, publish case reports and handle public tip-offs."


  14. TV, smartphone apps drive flat panel display revenuesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 31, 2015 | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    Highest since 2011, the equipment spending is driven by demands in new liquid crystal display TV and low-temperature polycrystalline silicon smartphone plants, according to the latest IHS Quarterly FPD Supply/Demand and Capital Spending Report , LTPS investments in both 2015 and 2016 are expected to exceed all-time highs. "Over the past five years, spending on new LTPS LCD and AMOLED factories has been even more volatile than the overall FPD equipment market," said Charles Annis, senior director at IHS.


  15. Children across China celebrate Children's Day with parentsRead the original story

    May 31, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    Children perform on a theater stage over the water at the sight spot "San Fang Qi Xiang", or "Three Lanes and Seven Alleys" in Fuzhou, capital of southeast China's Fujian Province, May 31, 2015.


  16. Chinese court declares 'killer-kidnappers' innocent - 17 years too lateRead the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | NEWS.com.au

    Court overturns sentences of three men convicted of kidnapping and murdering boy almost 20 years ago, but decision is too late for one man A court in Fujian province on Friday overturned the suspended death penalties and a life sentence handed to three people almost 20 years after they were wrongly convicted of kidnapping and killing a teenage boy. Chen Xiaying, 36, who was serving life in jail, and Huang Xing, 40, who was under a suspended death sentence, were allowed to return to their hometown in Fuqing, news portal The Paper reported.


  17. Flat panel display equipment spending forecast to reach US$9 billion in 2015, says IHSRead the original story

    May 28, 2015 | DigiTimes

    Revenues for flat panel display manufacturing equipment are expected to grow for the third consecutive year to reach US$9.1 billion in 2015, according to IHS. This level of FPD equipment spending, the highest level since 2011, is being driven by new LCD and AMOLED panel factories targeting both large-area TV and smartphone applications.


  18. the Week: Wanna fight?Read the original story w/Photo

    May 29, 2015 | China Daily

    To Australia, where a large Kangaroo has been terrorizing the residents of a suburb in Brisbane, the country's third largest city. The Kangaroo, who has been given the totally Kangaroo appropiate name of Dave, is two meters tall and weighs 95kg.


  19. The Chinese Stock Rally Keeps Minting More BillionairesRead the original story

    May 28, 2015 | Bloomberg

    China's stock rally has created a couple of billionaires a week this year. The worst equities slump in four months hasn't stopped the momentum.


  20. China's billionaire minting machine unstoppable amid slumpRead the original story w/Photo

    May 28, 2015 | The Age

    A total of nine new billionaires emerged this week, including the first Taiwanese tycoon with a fortune exceeding $US1 billion. China's stock rally has created a couple of billionaires a week this year.