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  1. Role of Kuomintang veterans recognisedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2014 | Asia News Network

    The 90-year-old Wang Zhengyuan, a Nationalist soldier during the War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression, looks at a photo of himself on a cellphone when a group of Chinese volunteers visited him in June. Xia Xiaobo cannot wipe from her mind the memory of her first trip to Tengchong, Yunnan province, in much the same way she failed to wipe the accumulating rainwater from the gravestones in Tengchong Guoshang Cemetery nearly a decade ago.

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  2. 'On the Other Side of the Shenzhen River'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2014 | The Atlantic

    My friend Hai Zhang, who is originally from Kunming and whose writings and photos you can see more about here , sends this picture just now from across the Shenzhen River that separates Guangdong Province, in mainland China, from Hong Kong. He writes: On the other side of the Shenzhen River, I feel shamed, I cry and cry.

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  3. Chinese policeman killed in clash with Vietnamese boatmenRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2014 | Asian Correspondent

    Chinese customs authorities say a policeman died after about 20 Vietnamese citizens attacked him and other officers who had impounded a vessel suspected of smuggling in the southern province of Yunnan. The Kunming customs district said Monday that Li Shunlin and seven other police officers were taking the impounded boat to a pier last week when a Vietnamese vessel entered Chinese territory on the Red River.

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  4. Chinese policeman killed in smuggling caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | The New Zealand Herald

    Chinese customs authorities say a policeman died after about 20 Vietnamese citizens attacked him and other officers who had impounded a vessel suspected of smuggling in the southern province of Yunnan. The Kunming customs district said Monday that Li Shunlin and seven other police officers were taking the impounded boat to a pier last week when a Vietnamese vessel entered Chinese territory on the Red River.

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  5. The Mynamar Times: First step made for a legal China rice trade - Zaw HtikeRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2014 | Burmanet

    Legal rice exports to China took a step closer to becoming reality last week, as Chinese and Myanmar officials inked an agreement as part of a move to ensure rice quality. Two years ago China was a small-scale buyer of Myanmar rice, but it has transformed to become Myanmar's largest rice export market, as border trade rose from a negligible amount in 2010-11 to 752,000 tonnes in 2012-13.

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  6. Air Lease Corporation Announces the Lease Placement of Two New Boeing 737-800s with Kunming AirlinesRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2014 | Business Wire

    Today Air Lease Corporation announced the long term lease placement of two new Boeing 737-800s with Kunming Airlines , scheduled for delivery in 2015. These aircraft are from ALC's order book with Boeing.

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  7. China increases repression in disputed territoriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | AEI

    If Scotland were part of China, then Alex Salmond and his supporters would have been sent to prison a long time ago. That is the only way to interpret Tuesday's ruling by a provincial Chinese court sentencing Uighur academic and activist Ilham Tohti to a life sentence for fomenting separatism.

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  8. China sentences two to death for mosque attack: XinhuaRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Gheni Hasan and Nurmemet Abidilimit were sentenced to death for the killing of the head of the country's biggest mosque, state media reported. BEIJING: A court in China's far west has sentenced to death two teenagers for the killing of the head of the country's biggest mosque, state media reported, in a case that highlighted divisions in the violence-wracked Xinjiang region.

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  9. World Rabies Day marked in ChinaRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2014 | Xinhuanet

    On Sunday, The Ta Foundation, a Beijing NGO which deals with stray pets, initiated a publicity campaign in the capital. The "Grey Ribbon" campaign calls on people to actively participate in prevention and control of rabies by taking care of their pets properly and vaccinating them.

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  10. Top 10 Chinese consumption categories in 2013 [China Daily: Hong Kong Edition]Read the original story

    Sep 28, 2014 | Customer Interaction Solutions

    China last year saw the majority of its total consumption expenditure were spent on basic needs. Euromonitor International looked into where the money went, and the market research and data analysis company found more than a quarter of Chinese total consumption expenditure were on food and beverages.

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  11. Scientists map cities at risk of quakesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | South China Morning Post

    Geologists have measured active faults in 50 provincial capitals and large cities to help stop building projects in areas prone to tremors A damaged Buddha statue after last year's quake in Lushan county in Sichuan, one the provinces most at risk of tremors. Photo: Reuters Geologists have finished mapping active faults in 50 provincial capitals and major cities to help designate no-building zones to reduce the loss of life and property if major earthquakes strike densely populated areas.

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  12. Later, they used their own olive green nylon coat (actuallyRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2014 | Captain Thunder's NASCAR News

    There are a puzzling is everywhere lined cables and lamps, and later in the evening before we know this is the night light show props, used to create a 'fire bell tower'. Also tired of wearing it all day long, as we will feel tired all day wearing one, want to change a way of try.

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  13. Chinese parents protest over school stampede deathsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | ABC News

    Chinese parents have staged a protest after six pupils were killed in a stampede at a primary school in China's southwest. Riot police confronted dozens of parents who gathered on Sunday near Mingtong Primary School in Kunming, many of them clutching photographs of their children.

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  14. Parents protest in China after school...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | Suria

    Chinese parents staged a protest on Sunday after six pupils were killed in a stampede at a primary school, as concerns over child safety mount. Family members of the six children killed in a stampede at a primary School in Kunming, in China's Yunnan province, stage a protest march, September 28, 2014 AFP photos show riot police confronting dozens of parents, many of them wailing with grief as they clutched photographs of their children, near Mingtong Primary School in Kunming, capital of the southwestern province of Yunnan.

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  15. Beijing Tightens Its GripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | Wall Street Journal

    If Scotland were part of China, then Alex Salmond and his supporters would have been sent to prison a long time ago. That is the only way to interpret Tuesday's ruling by a provincial Chinese court sentencing Uighur academic and activist Ilham Tohti to a life sentence for fomenting separatism.

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  16. Sino-Russian border crossings Heihe lowest temperature recenRead the original story

    Sep 25, 2014 | Captain Thunder's NASCAR News

    Sino-Russian border crossings Heihe lowest temperature recently has dropped to minus ten degrees Celsius, as temperatures drop, come here to buy seasonal clothing and footwear up more Russian tourists. In other words, it is not enough merely to surround Zhangjiakou, can not achieve suppresses enemy in the north, local wipe purposes.

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  17. Uighur scholar sentenced to life urges...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 24, 2014 | Suria

    A prominent Uighur academic sentenced to life in prison on Wednesday called for "peace", his lawyer said, as Western powers accused Beijing of silencing a moderate voice. Ilham Tohti, a former university professor and outspoken critic of Beijing's policies in Xinjiang, pictured before a lecture in Beijing on June 12, 2010 - by Frederic J. Brown Analysts say that the sentencing of Ilham Tohti -- a persistent but moderate government critic who advocated for the rights of the mostly-Muslim Uighur minority -- on charges of "separatism" risks inflaming tensions in the restive Xinjiang region.

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  18. Samui's Tourism Market Hits Mid-Year GlitchRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Thephuketinsider.com

    While many of Thailand's resort destinations think they are immune to what happens in Bangkok, the reality is that they are sadly mistaken. There is little doubt that the events which played out in the nation's capital had a profound impact on tourism.

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  19. US, EU outrage over life sentence for Uighur scholarRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2014 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Outraged Western powers have rounded on China over a life sentence handed to a prominent Uighur academic, accusing Beijing of silencing a moderate voice in a move that analysts say risks inflaming tensions in the restive Xinjiang region. Economics professor Ilham Tohti , seen here chatting with his Beijing university students in June 2010.

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  20. Colorful Yunnan Of China, Tourism Paradise of the WorldRead the original story

    Sep 23, 2014 | PressReleasePoint

    To promote tourism in Yunnan province of China, a tourism exchanges and cooperation promotion programme has been started between India and China. Mr Duan Yueqing Director General of Yunnan Provincial Tourism Development Commission is leading 10 member delegation.

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