Link to Yanukovych faces ‘mass murder’ charge

Yanukovych faces ‘mass murder’ charge

A man holds a Ukrainian flag as he stands on Kiev’s Independence Square on Monday.Ukraine issued an arrest warrant Monday for ousted president Viktor Yanukovych over the “mass murder” of protesters and appealed for $35 billion in Western aid to pull the crisis-hit country from the...

Link to Chinese ambassador lodges representations about Obama-Dalai meeting

Chinese ambassador lodges representations about Obama-Dalai meeting

WASHINGTON – Chinese Ambassador Cui Tiankai made solemn representations to the US government on Friday about President Barack Obama’s meeting with the Dalai Lama, urging Washington to immediately take effective measures to correct this mistake. Tibet is an inseparable part of the Chinese territory and...

Link to Beauty pulpit for showbiz celebrities

Beauty pulpit for showbiz celebrities

Last month, the most popular Chinese micro blog post was written by movie star Fan Bingbing (or one of her ghostwriters) in which she said that she would draw three lucky winners from among the netizens forwarding her post. These three lucky fans would be...

Link to Overqualified for love

Overqualified for love

By Zhang Yiqian A couple kisses under red lanterns on February 14 in Shenyang, Liaoning Province. Photo: CFP When Xie Yu realized that her date had brought her soup cooked with baby placenta, she broke off the relationship right away. She had just turned 24...

Link to Too young to be criminal

Too young to be criminal

By He Na in Beijing and Zhang Chunyan in London ( China Daily ) Toddler beating case exposes legal dilemma in preventing juvenile crimes, report He Na in Beijing and Zhang Chunyan in London  A brutal and apparently motiveless attack that left a baby boy...

Link to Learning to spin

Learning to spin

At a Communist Party training school, functionaries learn how to handle more aggressive news media By the Economist IT WAS not a typical government press conference. A journalist had asked a mayor some pointed questions about the safety of a paraxylene chemical factory planned for...

Link to More children, fewer jobs

More children, fewer jobs

Two young women look for jobs at a job fair in Hefei, Anhui Province on Sunday. The fair was advertising for over 30,000 vacancies. Photo: CFP For six months, Lin Qiao has been searching in vain for a job, seeking opportunities in East China’s Zhejiang...

Link to Severe weather causes holiday migration chaos

Severe weather causes holiday migration chaos

By Fang Yang A man surveys traffic on the Shanghai-Kunming Highway on Wednesday. Inclement weather disrupted travel during the last two peak days of travel. Photo: CFP Rain and snow have disrupted the journeys of millions of people traveling across the country after the Chinese...

Link to Renegade scholars

Renegade scholars

By Xuyang Jingjing Defiant teachers seeking way out after high-profile dismissal, resignation. Photo: CFP Xia Yeliang, an associate professor at Peking University, had until January 31 to complete all the paperwork for his termination. But Xia, who was fired in October, has refused to go...

Link to Shattered and mended

Shattered and mended

By Lin Meilian Wu Shengming. Photo: CFP She was sentenced to life, and then she got her life back. After being imprisoned for 18 years for commercial fraud, then 70-year-old Wu Shengming, once a millionaire, came out a broken old lady in 2003. But today...

Pages:1234567...49»

无觅相关文章插件,快速提升流量