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- 15 rockets to be launched this year
- China to build advanced science research vessel
- Scientists reach 3,000-meter height on Antarctic
- China makes 1st volunteer genome atlas
- 'Xuelong' arrives at Changcheng Station
- National highway target set for year
- Bridges inspected for safety
- China joins a powerful push for fusion future
- Railway to link special economic zones
- Blueprint for highway development in 2008 unveiled
- Heavy fog strands over 10,000 air passengers in Sichuan
- 'Year of the Rat' stamp issued
- CRCF receives US$23 mln of donation in 2007
- High prices top list of concerns
- Less road accidents in 2007
- Rural residents happier in 2007
- Urban people say "I do" ever later in life
- A year when price hikes ruled the minds
- 3rd-generation nuclear plant to be built
- Rail peak to start on January 23
- Tsinghua tops graduates salary count
- Top universities hot despite overall decline
- Looking forward: China's major events in 2008
- Experts call for suicide research
- Hands needed urgently to propel the wings
- 14 vie for 3 space seats
- Police universities stop recruiting undergraduates
- Preparation for Shenzhou VII launch underway
- Young scientists strutting their stuff
- Half of Chinese provinces pay karaoke copyright royalties
- China adds 85m kw of power capacity in 11 months
- Sex ratio imbalance results in more singles
- 5.54m born on New Year's day, 5,000 named after it
- China to launch 'book-reading campaign'
- Human rights mainstream subject in political life
- People celebrate New Year
- Elite teachers to get more allowance
- Lottery sales exceeds US$13.7 billion in 2007
- Target exceeded in closing coal-fired plants
- China: second largest billionaire population
- Modern Ark 60 receives 20 new orders
- China to crack down on unlicensed production, sale of food
- First session of 11th CPPCC National Committee proposed to open Mar.3, 2008
- Over 900 WWII aviation martyrs identified
- College students get meal subsidies
- China appoints 5 more bishops in 2007
- China publishes 1st book on population planning history
- China's 1st steel bridge passes test
- Tunnel work starts for water project
- Chairman stands trial over fund scandal
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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 announces candidates for leadership election
- Inflation piles up pressures on Macao's poor: survey
- 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
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
- Big leap forward on stem cell harvests
- China's 1st homemade navigation chip unveiled
- China to launch Chang'e-2 lunar probe around 2009
- Xuelong meets strong cyclone in Antarctica
- Scientific fun during winter holiday
- Xuelong sails near floating ice in Antarctica
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