Topic: China Daily Information Company
With the heat wave in China have come unusual tidings: cars spontaneously bursting into flame, a plague of locusts, a boost for workers' rights.
07/08/2010 09:39 am
China military exercise in the East China Sea was not a provocation at the US and South Korea, according to Chinese officials.
06/29/2010 12:31 pm
There's little BP can do to stop the onslaught of lawsuits heading its way.
06/07/2010 02:36 pm
Property prices have risen by as much as 100% in some parts of China over the last 12 month, leaving market watchers worrying about a bubble.
05/20/2010 10:36 am
Economic success has brought the country's most talented back to China. Economy plays strong part in return to motherland for many.
05/19/2010 04:03 pm
Despite a surge in interest, electric cars may remain niche products in the world's two largest auto markets. Advocates disagree.
05/10/2010 10:49 am
China calls the Shanghai World Expo its 'Economic Olympics.' It is expected to attract 70 million visitors and cost $55 million. And yes, China has the biggest pavilion.
04/29/2010 04:22 pm
Reports said 11 Siberian tigers starved to death having been fed nothing but chicken bones at a Chinese zoo.
03/13/2010 02:15 pm
Almost six months after China cut off communications in a bid to control race riots in restive Xinjiang Province, it has given residents access to two party-controlled websites. But phone calls and text messages remain restricted.
12/30/2009 09:38 am
The binge drinking death of a policeman at an official banquet in Shenzhen, China, has provoked fresh scrutiny of a culture of heavy drinking. Central and local government authorities are trying to rein in lavish spending on such events.
12/16/2009 09:05 am