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- Milk of love is magic potion for children in need
- Media criticise firecracker world record attempt in Hunan
- Super subway spurs underground love
- Training day
- Blood not always thicker than water
- Negatives of wild tiger pictures unveiled
- Beijing's Muslim community flourishes
- Communists face up to problems during development
- Money matters more to talented computer student
- Chinese Communist elite foresees challenges ahead
- Delegate to CPC congress dreaming of private car, laptop
- Communist hammer-and-sickle flags millionaire's sedan
- Young communist wants world to share opportunities for development
- Communist reform broadens democracy
- Rare blood donor makes long life saving journey
- HK a "front-runner" economy: UN report
- Red China picks up "green" line
- Rural per capita income in Tibet posts fastest rise in W China
- Tibetan woman seeks prosperity on 'roof of the world'
- Taiwan policy underscores kinship
- Mao's model farm prospers under market economy but legacy preserved
- Veil lifted on the Party's personnel department
- Banning computers to fight addictions
- China working to prevent child abuse
- 'The first village of China'
- Railway to 'roof of the world': wealth, worries
- Chinese soldier recalls life in Sudan
- One village, 282 bachelors
- Metropolis: bound by the fear of being ousted
- HBV carriers want legal rights
- Natives in straits easily complain
- Non-natives to get foot into big cities
- New Generation of Migrant Workers
- Philanthropy: Another Long March
- The Moon's Wonder Is Universally Prized
- Campus in September
- Colleges Stabilize Meal Prices
- Two Decades Witness Changes of Education Fees
- Former Vice Minister Explains Education Fees
- Shanghai Enhances Education Fees Management
- No Changes in Tuition under CPI Pressure
- New Semester, More Fees?
- Renters Dream of Ownership
- Tinkers Go Out in New Career Trend
- Sha Zukang: From Farmer to Diplomat
- Ready, Steady, Go
- Saying No to Digital World
- In China, Going Organic Is Nothing New
- Two Decades of China's Lottery
- Chinese Mass Guinness Record Entries Have Darker Side
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Defeating Food Scares
China has been confronted with food security problems recently. Mandarin fish from Guangdong Province and turbot from Shandong were found to contain poisonous chemicals. And ducks and hens in Hebei Province were fed a red dye so that their red-yolk eggs would sell for a higher price.

Work Safety
Industrial accidents including blasts, cave-ins, fires and the like pose a threat to many workers. The issue of work safety has drawn nationwide attention and the government requires to do more to curb the situation.

HK | Macao | Taiwan
- Taiwan's online population exceeds 15 mln
- Venue for Chanel's 'Mobile Art' exhibition built in HK
- Moderate earthquake rocks Taiwan
- Oriental Magpie Robin tests positive for H5N1 virus in HK
- Mainland-Taiwan festival charter flights end amid calls for regular direct flights
- HK population raises to 6.9 mln at 2007 end
Military Affairs
News | Photos
- Army donates 10 mln yuan to snow-hit Sichuan
- Air force to recruit 30 female pilot cadets
- Army steps up anti-terror training for Olympics
- Air force starts training after holiday
- Chinese peacekeepers in Sudan awarded medals
- Disaster prevails as relief effort beefed up
News | Photos
- China lunar probe serenades Earth for Lantern Festival
- Installment of telescope array completed at Dome A
- Chang'e-1 to meet moon eclipse today
- Xuelong meets strong cyclone in Antarctica
- Scientific fun during winter holiday
- Xuelong sails near floating ice in Antarctica
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