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China Digital Times
Sensitive: Wrongly Convicted Released in Fujian
As of May 19, the following search terms are blocked on Sina Weibo . Intertwined Injustices in Fujian : On June 24, 2001, a bomb exploded at the Fuqing City Discipline Inspection Commission in Fujian Province, killing one person.
Mon May 20, 2013
Gong Aiai bought the houses using four forged residence permits for different cities.
Sat May 18, 2013
Buses world news
the New "Sprinter" from Mercedes Benz * Germany
In other emission versions it is available globally... The Sprinter's character as an increasingly global vehicle is also reflected in its production locations.
Fri May 17, 2013
Asia News Network
Hoax phone calls hit mainland flights
Several flights from Chongqing and Guangzhou were forced to land or delayed on Friday after telephone threats were received, airport authorities said.
China Tungsten Industry Report, 2012-2015 published by ResearchInChina
In 2012, China newly added 200,000 tons of tungsten reserves and output of 131,100 tons of tungsten concentrates , down 3.35% from a year earlier.
Tue May 14, 2013
China's Eco-Compensation Could Lead to Cleaner Waters
In East China's Fujian Province, the booming economy has been good to the cities of Sanming and Nanping, as well as to farmers in the surrounding hills.
Jiangxi Leads China Tungsten Industry - 4,300 Tons Production...
Jiangxi Leads China Tungsten Industry - 4,300 Tons Production Expected by 2015 Says New Market Research Report at ReportsnReports.com China, as the world's largest Tungsten resource county, holds 58.95% of global tungsten reserves and supplies around 85% of tungsten ore worldwide.
Sat May 11, 2013
Around China: Cross-strait efforts target World Heritage status
Zheng Tiande, a resident in east China's Fujian Province, had no idea what a World Culture Heritage property was until he found out that the century-old house where he was born and raised could become one.
Fri May 10, 2013
FUZHOU, CHINA: Malaysia's richest man Robert Kuok receives a souvenir from a Chinese official during his visit to Fuzhou, in southeastern China's Fujian province, 18 April 2005, as president of the Kuok clan in Malaysia.
Pieces of valuable screen stolen
Two pieces of a valuable 16-piece folding screen have been stolen from a mansion in Songkou town, Fujian province, Fuzhou-based newspaper Straits News reported on Friday.
Thu May 09, 2013
China: 686 positive H7N9 samples in Fujian?
Thanks to T and T for tweeting the link to this news release, Google translated: Ministry of Agriculture from Fujian samples detected an H7N9 avian influenza positive samples .
People's Daily Online
Expressway accident kills six in NW China
Six people were killed and two others injured after an accident early Wednesday morning in an expressway tunnel in northwest China's Shaanxi Province, local authorities said on Thursday.
Wed May 08, 2013
Shanghai tourists stabbed injured in bench competition
FOUR Shanghai tourists were stabbed injured yesterday noon in a conflict with a suspectedly drunk traveler yesterday noon on the Gulangyu Island, a famed and popular travel resort in Xiamen City, southern China's Fujian Province.
China Digital Times
Diseased Pork Operation Busted in Fujian
Police in Nanjing county, Zhangzhou, detained a 44-year-old woman surnamed Lin and a 33-year-old man, busting an illegal operation in which 40 tonnes of pork was allegedly sold in three months, according to the Strait Metropolis Daily, a newspaper affiliated with the propaganda department in Fujian.
Sun May 05, 2013
South China Morning Post
Sale of 40 tonnes of diseased pork sparks police investigation
Two people hired by a county government in Fujian province to destroy pigs killed by infectious diseases have been detained for allegedly processing the carcasses and selling the meat in neighbouring provinces.
Sat May 04, 2013
H7N9: A new case in Fujian
Here I was, enjoying a glorious spring Saturday in Vancouver and reflecting on how quiet Flublogia has been today.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Journal of Commerce Online
Yang Ming Takes Delivery of 8,626-TEU Ship 'Unicorn'
Yang Ming has received delivery of the YM Unicorn, an 8,626 20-foot-equivalent unit container vessel built by CSBC Taiwan.
Thu May 02, 2013
Japan Visitor Blog
Tojin Baka Ishigaki
The memorial is dedicated to a group of Chinese laborers who were being transported from Xiamen to the USA in 1852 when their ship, the Robert Bowne, ran aground on the coral off the coast of Ishigaki.
China Delegation Visits Uk P&I Club
The purpose of the visit by the delegation was to understand more of the shipping/insurance sectors in London and to foster good relations.
LED market oversupply may delay investment projects
Rising demand for LED backlight and lighting products helped LED chipmakers see capacity utilization rates increase to 90% in the second quarter.