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· May, 2009

Stories about China from May, 2009

Hong Kong: Donald Tsang, please die!

Last week, the public was outraged by the Chief Executive Donald Tsang‘s remark on June 4 Incident in the Legislative Council's policy address in May 13. When asked about his...

China: Thoughts on how to do “small” business

China: Good Citizenry

Taiwan: Media mixes up history

China: Netizens stand with the waitress who killed an official

Deng Yujiao, a waitress in Hubei Province stabbed an official to death and injured another in resisting their sexual advances. Comments on the internet showed no sympathy with the dead...

Nigeria: The next Nigerian for the Chinese hangman

Taiwan: Friendship with India

China: Earthquake, one year later

China: Blaming the first H1N1 patient

China: Guangdong street violence

China: Crisis seen from the Sinosphere

Global Shanghai, 1850-2010

China: Angry Youth

China: 1st Anniversary Of The 5.12 Sichuan Earthquake

China: Gay wife

Global Health: “Swine Flu” In Images

Though concerns over the "swine flu" outbreak have eased, the virus continues to spread throughout the world. The World Health Organization announced today that there are now 4,379 confirmed cases...

China: Car racing incident

On 7 of May, around 20:05, a 25 year-old young man Tan Zhuo (譚卓 see thumb nail photo) was hit and killed by a racing car when he was walking...

Taiwan: Lessons in diplomacy

China: Four Great Rivers Conservation

China: Blogged down with swine flu

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