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An Update

Been in China for 10 days. Landed in Beijing at around 6pm local time on Mon, Jul 7; stayed overnight for our flight to Changsha the next morning at 8am. 411 more words


China's "world-fastest" supercomputers sit idle and serve no useful purpose

Having endeavoured to become a major technological power and reduce its dependence on the West, China has built the second largest collection of supercomputers after the… 591 more words


A lead-contaminated Chinese town is using free milk to hide the evidence

Officials in a small township in Hunan province are dealing with a mass lead poisoning problem by offering parents milk in exchange for the test results showing their children’s hazardously high levels of lead—an attempt to cover up the crisis that is a worrying echo of recent health scandals. 271 more words

The Old Phoenix

Fenghuang — A Town Frozen in Time

As we were heading towards one of the famous historic sites, we asked the driver how their way of living is.

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China's Patriotic Red Tourism Makes a Comeback - Businessweek

Ear-splitting explosions go off and plumes of gray smoke drift over the arid Shaanxi countryside of northwestern China. Ragtag Communist soldiers in blue uniforms fire their rifles at an advancing Nationalist tank while villagers run for cover. 568 more words

China Alert

Falun Gong Practitioner Continues to Suffer Nine Months after Hunan Police Forcibly Drew Blood and Injected Her with Unknown Drug

July 08, 2014 | By a Minghui correspondent from Hunan Province, China

(Minghui.org) Officers from the Chengdong Police Station took blood samples nine months ago from Falun Gong practitioner Ms. 305 more words

Falun Dafa

China’s Premier Urges Sinograin to Construct Grain Storage Facilities

China will increase the size of its granaries as its grain output rises and also take steps to reduce losses from substandard grain storage facilities, as part of the ongoing efforts to bolster food security.  253 more words