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RT: End of the line: GMO production in China halted

Published time: August 21, 2014 11:56

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China, Food, SciTech, Science

In a surprise U-turn, China’s Ministry of Agriculture has decided not to continue with a program which developed genetically-modified rice and corn. 546 more words


Book review: The Slaughter, by Ethan Gutmann

Pity anyone who enters China’s penal system for any reason. Even “prisoners of conscience” – Uygurs, Tibetans, Christians and Falun Gong members – are systematically slaughtered inside, according to investigator Ethan Gutmann.. 7 more words

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Book review: Saving the Market from Capitalism, by Massimo Amato and Luca Fantacci

Despite its liquid nature the fiscal system is set in its ways – and it needs to change, say Italian economists Massimo Amato and Luca Fantacci, who address some problems buoyed by liquidity. 7 more words

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Milu - Making the news since 1982

Although largely unknown in the west, the Milu has iconic status in China. The Milu stands with the Panda, the tiger, the Yangtze dolphin (now believed to be extinct), the finless porpoise, the Yangtze sturgeon, the Chinese alligator, the Przewalski horse and the Crested Ibis on the list of China and the world’s most endangered species. 1,455 more words

My Early Years In China (1984-1998)

INFOGRAPHIC: Zhou Yongkang's Web of Power, Money, Connections

A look at the extensive business interests of Zhou Yongkang, after the former security chief was placed under formal investigation, shattering the decades-old political taboo of not prosecuting the highest ranking Communist Party officials for corruption. 13 more words


Imam of China's biggest mosque killed in Xinjiang

The head of a China’s largest mosque was murdered after conducting morning prayers, the local government in the far western region of Xinjiang said Thursday, amid intensifying violence in the turbulent region. 368 more words