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  1. Songpa Streetlamp to Immortalise Sister City RelationshipRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | Scoop

    A unique and symbolic streetlamp from Songpa-gu, Korea will be installed and unveiled on 29 November 2014 as part of Mischa Kuball's Solidarity Grid in Christchurch. This Songpa streetlamp has been donated by Songpa-gu, not only as a gesture of solidarity during our recovery and rebuild process, but as recognition of 20 years of the Christchurch Songpa-gu Sister City relationship.


  2. PHOTOS: The incredibly weird world we live inRead the original story

    11 hrs ago |

    Ayanna Williams shows off her 23-inch long nails after breaking the Ripley's Believe it or Not record. Photograph: Anthony Harvey/Getty Images The man with the most tattoos, King of Ink, poses after he enters the record books for being the most inked man.


  3. PSA launches 4th Chinese-built SUVRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Automotive News

    PSA/Peugeot-Citroen has launched sales of its fourth Chinese-built SUV, the Citroen C3-XR, in the world's biggest auto market. Citroen CEO Linda Jackson said the C3-XR's design profile was adapted for China, adding that the C4 Cactus, which went on sale in Europe earlier this year, is a better fit in European markets for customers looking for compact crossover-styled vehicles.


  4. A Mournful Farewell to Chinese Copyright PiratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Foreign Policy

    Millions of Chinese learned about the West using subtitle sites like Renren Yingshi. That's changing with a recent shutdown. 1 comment

  5. China Reacts to Massive Corruption Tally of a Fallen GeneralRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 22 | Lim Kit Siang

    When China's Ministry of Defense announced on Oct. 28 that the investigation into former General Xu Caihou for alleged corruption had concluded and his case had been transferred to prosecutors, the ministry declared the bribes received by Xu and his family members as tebie juda , or "extremely huge." The description served to pique public interest about the scale of graft perpetrated by the former vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission, but was frustratingly vague, and no actual figures were mentioned.


  6. Rampant Cheating On High Stakes Exams - In ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 21 | Tucson Weekly

    There is no fairness if you do not let us cheat." No, this isn't a story from The Onion.


  7. VIA stock demoted in TSE; expects strong performance in 4Q14Read the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | DigiTimes

    VIA Technologies has recently been demoted to become a full-cash delivery stock by the Taiwan Stock Exchange because its stock's net asset value dropped below NT$5 in the third quarter. Commenting on the incident, special assistant to the president, Timothy Chen pointed out that the company had losses in the third quarter because its embedded solution orders were delayed and it had non-recurring engineering expenses.


  8. Four Chinese Mayoral delegations to visit ChristchurchRead the original story

    Thursday Nov 20 | Scoop

    Four delegations from China, led by the Mayors of Christchurch's Sister Cities or cities of interest, will visit Christchurch this weekend. Christchurch Mayor Lianne Dalziel will meet with each of the Mayoral delegations from Christchurch's Sister Cities of Wuhan and Gansu province as well as delegations from Guangzhou and Shenzhen.


  9. Chinese president Xi pays tribute to 'trail blazing' LabourRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Nov 20 |

    Chinese President Xi Jinping today paid tribute to Labour's role as a "trail blazer" in the relationship between New Zealand and China In a meeting with new Labour leader Andrew Little, Xi noted it was a Labour government in 1972 that established diplomatic relations with China and that the 2008 free trade agreement was negotiated under Labour. Former trade minister Phil Goff, who helped negotiate the deal, was in the meeting, together with Labour's foreign affairs spokesman David Shearer and former MP Raymond Huo, who lost his list seat in the September election.


  10. A long resume and early ties with ChinaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 14 | China Daily

    Nathaniel Ahrens is director of China Affairs and director of Maryland China Initiative of the University of Maryland. Chen Weihua / China Daily Nathaniel Ahrens has a long resume for a 40-year-old, covering more than a dozen companies and institutions in the business and academic world, all related to China.


  11. 'Integration of East and West': DKU marks grand openingDanielle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | The Chronicle

    KUNSHAN, China-Leaders from Duke, Wuhan University and the municipal government of Kunshan discussed the impact of Duke Kunshan University on the future of Sino-American relations during the second day of DKU's grand opening event. Prior to an afternoon of celebratory speeches, guests were given a series of tours and invited to sign DKU commemorative banners.


  12. Sydney FC rocked by Gameiro injuryRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | West Australian

    Sydney FC top-scorer Corey Gameiro has been ruled out for the remainder of the A-League season after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament. Gameiro suffered the injury while playing for the Olyroos in their 1-0 win over South Korea in Wuhan, China, on Tuesday.


  13. SIT continues talks in China following PM's visit to ChengduRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Scoop

    Southern Institute of Technology representatives were in Chengdu, China last week in relationship talks with prominent tertiary institutions Southwest Jiaoting University and Chengdu Agricultural College. SIT's visit to these institutes was conducted shortly after New Zealand Prime Minister Rt Honourable John Key's visit to Chengdu on 12 November.


  14. China Publishes Top 10 List Of Shame Of Illegal PropertiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Austrian Times

    Chinese officials responsible for urban planning have released a series of photographs of properties that were illegally modified and whose owners were forced to return them to their original shape. With massive pressure on land resources as China invests in huge megacities, many property owners have taken to illegally extending already multi-storey buildings, or illegally modifying them with potentially deadly changes.


  15. From material selection to prodRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Captain Thunder's NASCAR News

    From material selection to prod From material selection to production, even playing a buttonhole you did not have a difficult to imagine. Playing buttonhole machine is actually very expensive, we have to take their clothes to go specifically to fight buttonhole shop, like us less, people still do not want to help.


  16. Eagerly awaited buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 19 | Fox News

    Building high, adding on, and starting with carte blanche-Architectural Digest takes a snapshot of the state of architecture today by looking at 14 new projects that do just that. The quest to construct New York City's tallest residence is changing the Manhattan skyline just as the world's first super high-rise neighborhood is taking shape in Shanghai's Pudong district.


  17. Migrants struggle with life in cities, says reportRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | China Daily

    But many migrants from rural areas struggle to integrate into urban society, according to a report released on Tuesday by the National Health and Family Planning Commission. Eighty percent of the migrants came to cities in search of better-paying jobs, said the Report on China's Migrant Population Development 2014, but their access to essential public services lags behind their urban peers.


  18. Brazil defeats China in Int'l Youth Football Tournament in WuhanRead the original story

    Tuesday Nov 18 | People's Daily Online

    22 players of Brazil celebrate with trophy after the International Youth Football Tournament match against China U-22 Team in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, Nov. 18, 2014. Brazil defeated China with 2-1 and claimed the title after 2 wins and 1 draw.(Xinhua/Xiao Yijiu)


  19. Eugenie Bouchard named WTA's most improved playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | SLAM! Sports

    Eugenie Bouchard celebrates after winning the women's singles semifinal against Caroline Wozniacki at the Wuhan Open in Wuhan, Hubei province September 26, 2014. A year after being named the WTA's newcomer of the year, Canadian Eugenie Bouchard added another prestigious award to her collection.


  20. Canada's Eugenie Bouchard named WTA's most improved player of yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Nov 18 | Vancouver Sun

    B.C. Lions head coach Mike Benevides and general manager Wally Buono talk about an inconsistent 2014 season that saw their team lose its final three games of the year, capped by Sunday's 50-17 playoff elimination at the hands of the Montreal Alouettes. A public foundation is raising the roof for a landmark from a genteel era and a century-old villa dubbed the hobbit house.