Tuesday Aug 26
Chinese Bear Bile Farms' New Nemesis: Former Guns N' Roses Drummer Matt Sorum
Drummer and animal rights activist Matt Sorum has taken up the cause of bears who've suffered years of abuse in Chinese bile farms.
'Gear up' as China goes South
Wang Helin, left, MD of ZTE ; Sarasin Viraphol, right, executive vice president of CP Group; and Chansak Fuangfu, second right, director and senior executive vice president of Bangkok Bank, share views at the international conference Thailand must start thinking seriously about how to be China's first choice among the 10 Asean countries under ... (more)
Role of linker histone H1c during the reprogramming of Chinese swamp...
Role of linker histone H1c during the reprogramming of Chinese swamp buffalo embryos produced by somatic cell nuclear transfer Gao-Bo Huang A B E , Li Quan A C E , Yong-Lian Zeng A B E , Jian Yang D , Ke-Huan Lu A C and Sheng-Sheng Lu A C F A State Key Laboratory for Conservation and Utilisation of Subtropical Agro-Bioresources, Guangxi University, ... (more)
Businessmen start digging own diversion road at Jure to resume China trade
Businessmen, who depend on the Araniko Highway for their supplies to and from China, have started opening up their own alternate route at Jure in Sindhupalchowk.
Guangxi Guiguan Electric Power Co., Ltd. (600236) - Power - Deals and ...
It develops and constructs hydro power stations, thermal electric power plants, and electric transmission and converting stations.
Xinhua Insight: China hunts fugitive billionaire
An international manhunt is underway for a Chinese businessman who fled the country following allegations of fraud, authorities said Tuesday.
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BEIJING: China seeks 'informal meets' with Asean leaders
China has proposed hosting informal meetings with Southeast Asian leaders, seeking to improve ties with Asean amid maritime disputes and to counter the United States' influence in the region.
Early Exit: When Did Modern Humans First Leave Africa?
That Homo sapiens evolved in Africa has not been in doubt for decades. But the question of when they left to colonise the rest of the world is back in play again.
Human exodus may have reached China 100,000 years ago
OUR direct ancestors may have found their way out of Africa much earlier than we think.