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Boss jailed for a year for refusing to pay workers

A boss who absconded with the wages of 15 migrant workers he had employed has been sentenced to a year in prison in Henan province. The Yicheng District People’s Court heard on Wednesday that despite receiving 320,000 yuan ($51,340) in payment for a five-month construction...

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Korean prostitutes flock to Taiwan after crackdown

In the last six months the ‘Korean Wave’ has emerged in Taipei not only as cute hats and upbeat dance tracks but in the more sinister underbelly of society. The once Taiwanese dominated prostitution scene in Taipei has now been taken over by a wave...

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Counterfeit bills passed at charity bazaar nets criticism

Thirty foreign consulates in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province that staged a charity bazaar on Saturday for children with disabilities were dismayed to discover that a portion of the money they collected was counterfeit. The consulate generals sold exotic foods and goods at low prices, raising some...

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‘Devil’ foreign instructors at Chinese bodyguard training camp

‘Devil’ foreign instructors at Chinese bodyguard training camp Edited and translated by Huang Beibei, Poeple’s Daily Online In where the outside world called the “devil training camp,” Chinese students are to accept more than 20 hours of super-strength training a day over 20 days. Training...

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American corporations using Chinese kids as guinea pigs

Twenty-five pupils in central China’s Hunan Province reportedly ate genetically modified rice without being informed in a study in 2008. Each student will receive 80,000 yuan in compensation from the local government, today’s Dongnan Morning Post reported. The paper said a survey found the 25...

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Eyeing up jobs with Chinese companies

Increasing number of opportunities emerging as firms expand abroad More foreigners are employed by or showed a stronger interest in working for China-based companies against a backdrop of the rise of the country’s economy and the global expansion of many Chinese firms. Huawei Technologies Co,...

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Chinese drivers face charges over Singapore strike

Four Chinese bus drivers working in Singapore have been accused on Thursday of inciting an illegal strike provoking tensions about an influx of immigrants and the treatment of foreign workers in the wealthy southeast Asian country, Xinhua reported. Foreign workers wait for their transportation to...

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Call for fairer income distribution

Urban young and more rural societies suffer most: Analysts In his keynote report to the 18th National Congress of the Communist Party, President Hu Jintao emphasized the importance of increasing individual income in step with the country’s overall economic development. This is the first time...

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Hazardous chemicals found in clothing

A model poses on a catwalk during a fashion show organized by Greenpeace in Beijing on Tuesday, which exposed toxic residues found in clothing from fashion brands. Photo: courtesy of Greenpeace Hormone-disruptive chemicals and dyes that release cancer-causing substances have been found in clothing from...

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Jiangxi Jiujiang property developers hold body painting activity

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