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Kodak Alaris expands into China

Recently, Kodak Alaris took another step forward by completing the transition of its business in China from Eastman Kodak Company. It was an exciting day for our customers, consumers, partners, and employees because we added a significant country with great opportunities. 178 more words

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Ebola is not a "zombie disease," China's state-owned media affirms

“Expert: There is no evidence that coffee and onions cure Ebola.”

That’s the headline of a public service article on Xinhua (link in Chinese), China’s official news agency, that aims to dispel “internet rumors” about the virus that has killed more than 1,000 people in West Africa. 305 more words

Chinese press stays on message in Yunnan quake coverage

Line 21 Project coordinator, Nicholas Dynon, recently provided insights to Agence France-Presse (AFP) on the Chinese media’s coverage of the devastating earthquake that shook Yunnan province earlier this month. 103 more words


China says it will punish journalists just for talking about "state secrets"

Like most governments, China is paranoid about its state secrets being exposed by pesky journalists. And like most governments, it has rules in place that make it difficult for reporters to publish such secrets, or for politicians to leak them. 333 more words