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Survey: 40% of Migrant Laborers Work Overtime
About 40 percent of migrant laborers in Chinese cities work more than eight hours a day and 47 percent work seven days a week. These laborers earn an average of 966 yuan (US$120) per month in cities, much more than the average for farmers, but still very low compared to urban residents, according to the latest nationwide survey conducted by the National Bureau of Statistics.
56 Nursery Kids Suffer High Fever, Diarrhea in Jiangxi
As of Sunday evening, altogether 56 children, aging from three to six, from a nursery in east China's Jiangxi Province suffered high fever, vomiting and diarrhea for some undetected reason, said the local government source.
Blog Real Name Registration Unconfirmed
With widespread online rumors claiming China will implement a blog name verification system, the Internet Society of China (ISC) has clarified that so far the Ministry of Information Industry has not officially made any such policies.
Gov't to Rebuild 2 Mln Houses Destroyed by Disasters
The Ministry of Civil Affairs on Friday urged local governments to finish rebuilding the 2 million houses torn down in natural disasters before the Spring Festival, or China's Lunar New Year, in February next year.
Beijing Elderly Happy to Live in Nursing Homes
Over 250,000 senior citizens in Beijing -- 12.7 percent of the 2.02 million people in the city who are over 60 -- are happy to live in nursing homes, according to a survey by the municipal political consultative conference.
English Teachers Wanted: Who Is Teaching China's Youth?
Hundreds of Jobs in China! Immediate Teaching Opportunities! China-ALWAYS Seeking Full-Time Teachers!
Shaanxi Temple Axe Murderer Gets Death
A man who murdered 10 people at a temple in July was sentenced to death yesterday at Ankang Intermediate People's Court in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.
Anti-smoking Law Passed in Hong Kong
The Legislative Council of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Thursday approved a law entitled the Smoking (Public Health) (Amendment) Bill 2005, which will take effect on January 1, 2007.
Thousands in Zhejiang Left Penniless by Fundraising Scam
Thousands of families in a small city in east China's Zhejiang Province have been left penniless after allegedly losing more than 200 million yuan (US$25 million) in an illegal fundraising scam.
Migrants Boost Birth Rate in Shanghai
Migrants are fueling a Shanghai baby boom, with 131,000 births expected in the city this year, up from 123,901 last year.
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