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Chinese 'baby dump' takes in children abandoned by their families The building in Nanjing in eastern China has so far received 160 children who were brought to the facility. Authorities do not try to identify the parents or press charges against
Comments Major Western newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and the Washington Post are banned. When I asked a friend what he thought about the Tienanmen Square protests, he put his chop sticks down and tensed up. Do we want to regress to the
From June to August, the small town of Maotanchang in Eastern China is a ghost town. Come the end of August, the town swells from 5,000 residents to more than 50,000. Nearly 10,000 of those are students studying for China's notoriously difficult
With winds up to 151km/h (93mph), the storm landed in Fujian province early on Monday, bringing heavy rains and causing widespread power cuts. Some homes are said to have collapsed in neighbouring Zhejiang province and two port workers are missing...
KKR, CDH and Modern Dairy today announced the formation of a new joint venture designed to deliver premium raw milk to Chinese consumers. Under the terms of the agreement, KKR, CDH and Modern Dairy will invest US$140 million over the next 18 months
9 September 2013 0 View comments Sci-fi fans might have hidden behind a cushion or sent popcorn flying the first time they watched Alien and a 'chestburster' violently erupted from a human host's ribcage. But a creature that looks almost as
China Prosecutors in the trial of disgraced politician Bo Xilai used his own wife to bolster bribery allegations against him, presenting videotaped testimony Friday in which she says a businessman accused of bribing her husband gave their family
The first scientific analysis of probable human-to-human transmission of a deadly new strain of bird flu that emerged in China this year gives the strongest evidence yet that the H7N9 virus can pass between people, scientists said on Wednesday.
Brazil, Russia, India and China (with South Africa tagging along) was partly the brainchild of Jim ONeill, the recently retired chief economist at Goldman Sachs. It is a powerful union, commanding half the worlds population and nearly 50 percent of
18 April 2013 A temple in eastern China was the scene of a bizarre ding dong when a tourist was left trapped under a giant bronze bell after it came crashing to the floor...The screws securing the bell were wrenched loose and it fell to the floor,