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2014 Aromatic Needle Roasted Yunnan Green from Mainland China

Yunnan Province in China has a reputation as being THE place to find premium teas. Tea cultivation in this area dates back thousands of years. In fact, it is purported to be the birthplace of tea. 516 more words

Tea

Chinese court sentences three to death for railway station knife attacks

By: Jonathan Kalman

A court in southern China sentenced three people to death and one to life in prison on Friday for perpetrating a gruesome knife attack on a railway station this spring, an incident that shocked the country and underscored the severity of ethnic conflict in the north-western region of Xinjiang. 438 more words

Law

kunming outskirts, china

part deux of the journey – a rather typical sequence of stops in the yunnan province. if you’re planning a trip there, it’s convenient to fly into kunming, drive to dali and then lijiang, and then drive to shangri-la – before flying back to finish the trip off at kunming. 412 more words

Food

9/8/14 International News: City in China Kills Thousands of Dogs for Rabies

BAOSHAN, China–Police officers in the Yunnan province of China have killed almost 5,000 dogs as a result of them afflicting five human beings with rabies. 93 more words

General News

Chinese authorities kill almost 5,000 dogs in one city after five people die from rabies

Chinese authorities killed almost 5,000 dogs in one city after blaming five human deaths on rabies, the official Xinhua News Agency reported Sunday.

The city of Baoshan in southwestern Yunnan province killed 4,900 dogs and vaccinated another 100,000 in its anti-rabies campaign, Xinhua said. 84 more words

News

A Chinese Medicine Class: You are a part of this universe.

“You shouldn’t try to go on a diet in summer,” said Prof. Yang Wei-ping seriously. I was attending a lecture about Chinese medicine at Aichi Shukutoku University last month. 577 more words

Culture

Yunnan earthquake linked to dam-building, says Chinese geologist

The 6.5-magnitude earthquake that devastated southwestern China’s Yunnan Province on August 3 and killed nearly 600 is linked to the world’s largest and most intensive dam-building scheme on the Jinsha River, says renowned, independent geologist-explorer, Yang Yong. 865 more words

Dams And Landslides