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- Food safety campaign yields positive results
- 'Internet love' big for university students
- Ma Ying-jeou acquitted in corruption trial
- Migrant workers assured of round-trip train tickets
- New broadband wireless mobile technology to be developed
- CAS names 29 new domestic and foreign members
- Salary rises to be sped up
- Better services for overseas media promised
- Heavier fines to ensure food safety
- 50% of people to be middle class
- 43.32-bln yuan recovered for unpaid wages
- Mainland arbitration agencies to hire staff from Taiwan
- Rural-urban income gap still widening
- Chinese youth more flexible with employment
- Chinese celebrate Chairman Mao's 114th birth anniversary
- New textbook to spread cultural awareness
- Circular issued on promoting army-civilian relations
- Workshop: cross-straits situation risky in 2008
- Military industry set to complete shareholder reforms
- New submarine station to help forecast disasters
- Middle class does not feel rich
- Land loss threatens food safety
- Overall sex ratio for youth normal
- More cross-border drug cases busted
- Wu Yi's parting words before retirement
- Army to modernize its logistic sector by 2020
- Chiang Kai-shek & son's tombs closed
- Corpse transport eased
- Young population dwindles as birth rate declines
- Police on alert for relic hunters
- China to prevent coal bed gas blasts in 2008
- Welfare Lottery sales shoot up nearly 30%
- Free compulsory education to spread to urban children in 2008
- Farmers receive subsidies to buy electric appliances
- Fewer accidents but work safety still a worry
- Anti-drug rules to protect children
- Rural development, farmer income growth stressed
- Patent seminar offered to Chinese firms
- Thick fog continues to blanket Chinese cities
- Traffic safety amid thick fog underscored
- Challenges in China's rural development
- Annual rural work conference opens
- New 300-km-per-hour bullet train unveiled
- Chinese, Indian troops start anti-terror drill
- Bishop reflects 'young face' of Catholicism
- Social work gets official recognition
- Poorest rural students to get financial aid
- Court upholds life sentence in graft case
- New rules strengthen work safety
- People's lives better in 2007
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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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