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- China to hear largest fake receipts case
A local court in China's southwestern Yunnan Province will hear the largest ever case of making and selling fake receipts on Friday after more than 1 million bogus receipts worth 1.05 trillion yuan (US$147.3 billion) were confiscated.
- Second human bird flu fatality in Feb.
H5N1 bird flu claimed its second human fatality in China this month when the Ministry of Health confirmed the death of a Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region man on Thursday.
- Sex photos a hot buy in Guangzhou
Cultural authorities in this Guangzhou city have vowed to step up their crackdown on illegal trading of optical discs containing nude photos of Hong Kong actor/singer Edison Chen Kwoon-hei and several other celebrities.
- National police clamp as erotic pics spread
Chinese police have launched a nationwide online crackdown to delete pornographic pictures of several Hong Kong celebrities and pledged to close any Websites that published the raunchy photos.
- Job insurance to benefit migrant workers
China is striving to safeguard the public's interest by strengthening job-related insurance efforts, Xinhua learned from the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS) on Wednesday.
- Power suppliers given deadline
The country's two major power firms have been told to speed up repair work in snow-hit regions to ensure electricity is restored by the end of next month.
- China to step up anti-corruption crackdown
The Communist Party of China (CPC) is vowing to put punishment and prevention on equal footing in its battle against official corruption. He Guoqiang, the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) head, said at a plenary session of the CCDI.
- Gov't solicits opinion to honor martyrs
The State Council, China's Cabinet, has started to solicit public opinion on a regulation dealing with the standards and measures to honor the country's martyrs.
- New approach to patent trials
Foreign experts will be allowed to take part in patent rights trials involving foreign parties, the Supreme People's Court (SPC) said yesterday. The move is one of a series of measures announced to improve the efficiency of IPR cases.
- Air force to recruit 30 female pilot
China's air force is to recruit 30 female pilot cadets this year. They will become part of a reserve force of women astronauts, according to an officer in charge of pilot recruitment.
- Reform, innovation urged in Party building
Chinese President Hu Jintao, also the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee general secretary, has urged to uphold the spirit of reform and innovation in building the Party in the new era.
- Forestry industry loses 57.3 bln yuan in winter storm
The freak winter earlier this year has cost China's forestry industry 57.3 billion yuan in direct economic losses, the State Forestry Administration (SFA) announced Tuesday.
- Harry Potter avoids ban on horror products
China's top press and media watchdog yesterday said fantasy films such as the Harry Potter series are not included in its recent nationwide sales ban on horror audio and video products.
- Tsang accepts Li's resignation
Donald Tsang, chief executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, said in a statement on Saturday that he had accepted David Li's resignation from the Executive Council (ExCo).
- Water supply resumes after oil spill scare
Environment officials in Foshan, Guangdong Province have assured residents that their water is again safe to drink after supplies to about 100,000 people were cut during an oil pollution scare on Saturday.
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