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  1. Remarkable celadon professor succeeds in combining modern and ancientRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    Hong Shude glazes a preform of a celadon ware in Xiamen, southeast China's Fujian Province, April 16, 2015. Hong, a professor at Xiamen Academy of Arts and Design of Fuzhou University, has dedicated himself to celadon since the 1990s.

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  2. Tragic moment husband is killed when his wife reverses over him as...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Daily Mail

    Tragic moment husband is killed when his wife reverses over him as she tries to park their car in China This is the tragic moment a middle-aged woman ran over and killed her husband in China after he climbed out of their car and she accidentally reversed over him. Driver Mei Ru, 50, and her husband Song Ming, 53, were going shopping when she parked the car outside the local shops in the city of Fuzhou, in Fujian province, south east China.

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  3. Silk Road Initiative takes new route on TV mapRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | China Daily

    The South Pacific appears on the latest route map of the Silk Road Initiative released by China's national television company. The blueprint shows the 21st-Century Maritime Silk Road running through the South China Sea to the South Pacific on China Central Television.

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  4. BEIJING: Silk Road Economic Belt - a journey without endRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 9 | Asia News Network

    Finally, the veil surrounding the Belt and Road - a collective term for the Silk Road Economic Belt and 21st Century Maritime Silk Road - has been lifted. An 8,300-word document released by the National Development and Reform Commission , Chinese foreign affairs ministry and the commerce ministry outlined the plans by the Chinese government to chart the highly ambitious vision.

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  5. Cause of China chemical plant blast identifiedRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Xinhuanet

    The blast at a chemical plant in China's southeastern Fujian Province on Monday evening was caused by fire at a xylene facility, an initial investigation revealed Tuesday. According to investigators, a xylene facility leaked oil and caught fire, which led to blasts and a fire at three nearby oil storage tanks at Tenglong Aromatic Hydrocarbon Co.

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  6. 3 injured in chemical plant blast in E ChinaRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Xinhuanet

    Three people were injured in a chemical plant blast in east China's Fujian Province at around 6:56 p.m. Monday, provincial authorities said. All the three people are being treated at a hospital, the provincial bureau of workplace safety said, without specifying the extent of their injuries.

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  7. Taipei's roads more congested than those in Chinese cities: TomTomRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | ETaiwanNews.com

    The TomTom Traffic Index measures travel times during the whole day and during peak periods and compares these with measured travel times during non-congested periods, which it calls free flow conditions. The difference is expressed as a total average percentage increase in travel time.

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  8. 1 injured in chemical plant blast in E ChinaRead the original story

    Monday Apr 6 | Xinhuanet

    One person has been reported injured in a chemical plant blast in east China's Fujian Province at around 6:56 p.m. Monday, local authorities said. Windows were broken at a gas station one km away from the blast site.

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  9. Meet the 75-year-old running Hong Kong's notorious Chungking MansionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | South China Morning Post

    Salina Lam, who has been Chairwoman of the Tsim Sha Tsui tower block for 22 years, tells Gloria Chan how she helped turn it from a den of vice into a safe destination. Lam Wai-lung became the chairwoman of the Owners' Corporation of Chungking Mansions in 1993; Chungking Mansions in 1985.

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  10. Chinese officials forced to take driving lessons after chauffer-driven cars taken off themRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 | South China Morning Post

    Curbs on wasteful spending lead to rise in learner drivers among cadres, but some make poor students as they are so domineering, according to state media report A fleet of government cars and drivers wait to take delegates to the National People's Congress in Beijing four years ago, before the curbs on wasteful spending were introduced. Photo: AFP Many senior government officials in China have had to learn to drive after their chauffer-driven cars were taken off them as part of efforts to curb wasteful and extravagant spending, state media reported.

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  11. Proteomic analysis of Citrus sinensis roots and leaves in response ...Read the original story

    Monday Mar 30 | BioMed Central

    The Higher Educational Key Laboratory of Fujian Province for Soil Ecosystem Health and Regulation, Fujian Agriculture and Forestry University, Fuzhou 350002, China Background Magnesium -deficiency is frequently observed in Citrus plantations and is responsible for the loss of productivity and poor fruit quality. Knowledge on the effects of Mg-deficiency on upstream targets is scarce.

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  12. BEIJING: Xi appoints trusted allies to key security postsRead the original story

    Monday Mar 30 | Asia News Network

    Trusted allies of president Xi Jinping have taken up key security posts in recent weeks, in a move to beef up the Chinese leader's personal safety and advance his anti-graft drive in the Communist Party and military. These include newly appointed Beijing police chief Wang Xiaohong, 57, who had been police chief and vice-governor of central Henan province from 2013.

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  13. Taiwan protesters pelt eggs over China flight routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Taiwanese demonstrators threw eggs and slippers to protest against China's launch of a controversial new flight route on Sunday, accusing the government of failing to stand up to Beijing. Thirty-odd members from the radical anti-China opposition party Taiwan Solidarity Union attempted to push their way through a police line that guarded the entrance of a shrine where President Ma Ying-jeou was visiting.

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  14. Taiwanese protest China flight routeRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 29 | Bangkok Post

    Thirty-odd members from the radical anti-China opposition party Taiwan Solidarity Union attempted to push their way through a police line that guarded the entrance of a shrine where President Ma Ying-jeou was visiting. After chanting slogans like "Ma Ying-jeou betraying, humiliating country" and a series of tussles with police, several of the demonstrators broke through the line but were blocked from going further.

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  15. China's controversial flight route M503 takes off despite protests in TaiwanRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Mar 29 | South China Morning Post

    A controversial flight route came into operation on Sunday despite protests in Taiwan, with the first flight heading to Hong Kong. The first plane to fly the path, run by Dragonair, left Shanghai Pudong Airport at 7.40am and landed two hours later.

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  16. China mainland launches new air route over Taiwan StraitRead the original story

    Sunday Mar 29 | Xinhuanet

    Flight 857 of Hong Kong-based airlines Dragonair was the first plane to ply the route on its Pudong -Hong Kong flight. On Sunday, 33 passenger planes are expected to fly the new path, according to the mainland's civil aviation authorities.

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  17. 13 arrested after protest over China flight routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | The Star Online

    TAIPEI: Taiwanese police arrested 13 people who splashed red paint on the wall of the presidential residence in the latest protest against China's planned launch of a controversial new flight route. The protesters from the small anti-China opposition party Taiwan Solidarity Union briefly scuffled with military police guarding the residence of President Ma Ying-jeou in Taipei in the early morning.

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  18. Taipei arrests 13 protesters over China's Taiwan Strait flight routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | South China Morning Post

    Taiwanese police arrested 13 people yesterday who splashed red paint on the wall of the presidential residence in the latest protest against China's planned launch of a controversial new flight route. The protesters from the small anti-China opposition party Taiwan Solidarity Union had briefly scuffled with military police guarding the residence of President Ma Ying-jeou in Taipei early yesterday.

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  19. Two of Xi Jinping's associates promoted to key public security ministry postsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Mar 28 | South China Morning Post

    Shake-up in key positions sees Fu Zhenghua move from fifth to third in command while Deng Weiping becomes anti-graft chief Fu Zhenghua, a native of Hebei who was appointed director of Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau in 2010, has been promoted from fifth to third-in-command at the ministry. Deng Weiping, who served under Xi in Fujian, was promoted to anti-graft chief of the public security bureau, the People's Daily website reported.

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  20. Taiwan arrests after protest over China flight routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Korea Herald

    Taiwanese police on Saturday arrested 13 people who splashed red paint on the wall of the presidential residence in the latest protest against China's planned launch of a controversial new flight route. The protesters from the small anti-China opposition party Taiwan Solidarity Union briefly scuffled with military police guarding the residence of President Ma Ying-jeou in Taipei in the early morning.

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