Yunnan, China Newswire (Page 6)

Yunnan, China Newswire (Page 6)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Yunnan, China. (Page 6)

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  1. China turns KMT vets into propaganda heroesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 12, 2015 | The China Post

    For decades after World War II Nationalist soldier Zeng Hui was ostracised by China's Communist authorities, despite having fought against arch-enemy Japan. But, at more than 100 years old, he has been brought back into the fold as Beijing seeks unity against Tokyo.

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  2. The changing trends of HIV-1 prevalence and incidence from sentinel...Read the original story

    Apr 11, 2015 | BioMed Central

    Li Yang , Min Chen , Yanling Ma , Hongbing Luo , Chaojun Yang , Yingzhen Su , Huichao Chen , Yuhua Shi , Jingyuan Mei , Manhong Jia * and Lin Lu * Institute for STD/AIDS Control and Prevention, Yunnan Center for Disease Control and Prevention, No 158, Dongsi Street, Xishan District, Kunming 650022, Yunnan Province, China Background Yunnan is one of the provinces hardest-hit by HIV in China. To understand HIV epidemic dynamics and evaluate prevention effectiveness, we studied the changing trends in HIV-1 prevalence and incidence among five sub-populations in Yunnan.

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  3. Life in China's "Outer Lands"Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | The New Yorker

    The photographer Q. Sakamaki is familiar with dislocation. As a child growing up in Japan, he moved frequently with his family from one city to another to accommodate the demands of his father's banking job.

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  4. The Ledger of Good and Evil Shows the Way to a Better WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 11, 2015 | PRWeb

    Looking inwards and into the deepest recesses of one's 'self' may just be what everyone needs in this time of confusion, affliction, and chaos caused by a busy, stressful and fast-paced lifestyle. What better way to escape the ruthless demands of today's world than to go back to one's own roots - one's own mind, Heart and body? That's exactly what author Teja A. Jaensch hopes to bring with the release of his newly published book, The Ledger of Good and Evil: A Manual for Humanity.

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  5. Kunming Party chief fired over graft probeRead the original story

    Apr 11, 2015 | Xinhuanet

    The Party chief of Kunming, capital of southwest China's Yunnan Province, was sacked on Saturday over corruption suspicions just eight months after his predecessor was removed for the same reason. The Yunnan Provincial Committee of the Communist Party of China fired Gao Jinsong after China's top anti-graft body announced it was investigating him for alleged "serious violation of Party discipline and the law".

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  6. Burnaby signs 'art' bridgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | China Daily

    Chen Shi , representative of the mayor of Guiyang, signs the Burnaby-Guiyang friendship agreement with Burnaby mayor Derek Corrigan at the Burnaby Riverway Golf Course on April 1. [Photo by HATTY LIU / FOR CHINA DAILY] The agreement is intended to facilitate arrangements for sending visual and performing artists to exhibit work back and forth between the cities by standardizing logistics. Speaking at the signing ceremony, Chen Shi, representing the mayor of Guiyang, expressed his hopes for a "successful friendship agreement that will take more Chinese culture outside of China".

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  7. Corruption investigation into Chinese province's Communist Party chiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    Gao Jinsong is believed to have given millions of yuan in bribes to disgraced former Yunnan party chief Bai Enpei, source says Gao Jinsong is Kunming's third consecutive party boss to be probed for graft. He had been in the post for only eight months when the provincial graft watchdog announced the investigation yesterday.

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  8. China corruption 'shuts luxury fair'Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | Newsday

    The Europe Asian Watch, Jewelry and Antique Coins Show had to be cancelled because of restrictions on officials entering casinos, the organisers said. In a message posted on the Europe Asian show's website, event manager Vincci Tung apologised to exhibitors and visitors for cancelling the event because of the "recent political crisis in China" - its fight against corruption.

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  9. The year 1931 can still be seen clearly on the rail track.Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    When it opened in 1910, the Dian-Yue Railway from Kunming to Vietnam's Haiphong port gave the remote Yunnan province a link to the outside world. Built by France - Vietnam's colonial power - the 854km railway was an artery for trade and passengers.

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  10. China investigates senior city official for corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 10, 2015 | AlertNet

    A senior official in the Chinese province of Yunnan is being investigated on suspicion of breaking party discipline and the law, the Communist Party said on Friday, employing its usual euphemism for corruption. After taking over as party and military chief in late 2012, President Xi Jinping declared war on corruption at all levels in China, vowing to go after powerful "tigers" and lowly "flies".

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  11. vnnews@vnagency.com.vnRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | VietNam News

    Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong arrived in Kunming in China's Yunnan Province yesterday during his official visit to China. Negotiations for a code of conduct of parties in the East Sea will be discussed at the upcoming ASEAN Summit in Malaysia, Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Le Hai Binh said yesterday.

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  12. Yunnan: Ruili First City to trade Kyat in ChinaRead the original story

    Apr 9, 2015 | China Daily

    The opening ceremony of Ruili China and Myanmar currency exchange center was held in the Jiegao Economic Development Zone in Ruili, Yunnan province on March 31, 2015. The new currency exchange center makes Ruili the first city to trade Kyat in China and also the first county-level city to establish the currency exchange center in Yunnan province.

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  13. China turns Nationalist veterans from outcasts to propaganda heroesRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Art Daily

    This photo taken on March 20, 2015 shows former Kuomintang soldier and World War II veteran 101-year-old Zeng Hui at his home in Mangshi, in China's southwest Yunnan province. Zeng fought for the Kuomintang against Japanese forces during WWII.

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  14. Dynamic marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | Randy's Journal

    It's been said before and I'll say it again: China is a crucial market for Boeing today and far into the future. With longstanding carriers expanding international service and new startup and low-cost carriers expanding domestic routes, we see the need for more than 6,000 new airplanes in the country over the next 20 years.

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  15. Sidewalk Touts Trade Tips on Shanghai's Booming Bull MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2015 | WNED

    On weekend afternoons, large crowds descend on a pair of street corners across from People's Square in downtown Shanghai to trade stock tips. Shen Yuxi has set up a homemade desk with two laptops, a big flat screen and offers insights like this: "When a Communist Party chairman takes office, I buy stock in companies from his hometown," Shen tells a crowd of about 20 people that spills out over the sidewalk.

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  16. The Irrawaddy: China demarcating disputed land in Shan State, locals say - Nang Sai NomRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | Burmanet

    Long-standing land disputes along Burma's border with China were reignited on Friday as Chinese officials demarcated territories within Burma for a planned bridge linking the two countries, according to locals. Farmers who live and work in Namhkam, northern Shan State, told The Irrawaddy they are concerned that they will lose about 150 acres of ancestral lands that have now been cordoned off with flags.

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  17. History retold for China's Kuomintang vetsRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2015 | The Japan Times

    For decades after World War II Nationalist soldier Zeng Hui was ostracized by China's Communist authorities, despite having fought against arch-enemy Japan. But at more than 100 years old, he has been brought back into the fold as Beijing seeks unity against Tokyo.

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  18. Why the Nationalist veterans who lost China's civil war have been brought in from the coldRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2015 | South China Morning Post

    Soldiers who fought against the communists faced decades of persecution, but now the authorities are recognising their achievements in combatting occupying Japanese forces Former Nationalist soldier Zeng Hui was ostracised by China's Communist authorities for decades after the second world war, despite having fought against arch-enemy Japan. But, at more than 100 years old, he has been brought back into the fold as Beijing seeks a united front against Tokyo.

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  19. Maybank liquidity ratio at robust levelRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Asia News Network

    Malayan Banking Bhd says it does not need to undertake any form of fund-raising to meet the 60 per cent liquidity coverage ratio , a requirement by the central bank for all financial institutions, because it is already in a comfortable position. "We are well above the requirement set by the central bank, so we don't need funding," said group CEO Abdul Farid Alias.

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  20. Radio Free Asia: Myanmar villagers turn back Chinese nationals after border encroachmentRead the original story

    Apr 7, 2015 | Burmanet

    A group of 20 nationals from China were turned away by hundreds of angry villagers in northeastern Myanmar's Shan state Friday after crossing the border and attempting to plant a flag declaring the area to be Chinese territory, according to a local ethnic party official. Shan Nationalities Democratic Party secretary Sai Tun Hle said the incident occurred when the Chinese nationals, including armed border guards, crossed into the area near Muse town from China's Yunnan province and declared their intention to build a bridge across the Shweli river.

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