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Party brings ‘red envelopes’ into digital age

The Party has found a new way to court technology-savvy web users, setting phrases by President Xi Jinping as the password for electronic “red envelopes” of online cash offered ahead of the Lunar New ...

February 6, 2016, Saturday


Probe into official’s ‘severe violations’

Probe into official’s ‘severe violations’

Liu Zhigeng, vice governor of southern China’s Guangdong Province, is under investigation for “severe violations” of party rules, said the Communist Party of China Central Commission for Discipline Inspection...

Chen Huizhi | February 6, 2016, Saturday


The road home seldom easy for China’s workers

The road home seldom easy for China’s workers

XU Shan has abandoned her plans to fly home for the Chinese Lunar New Year. It will be her third New Year holiday spent alone, about 3,000 kilometers away from home. “It’s not that I don’t miss my parents, ...

February 6, 2016, Saturday

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China's coal oversupply sends miners home for holiday reunion

China's coal oversupply sends miners home for holiday reunion

FOR the first time in six years, Liu Jiawei greeted the Chinese lunar new year with his family at home, instead of his fellow colleagues underneath a coal mine. The 28-year-old coal mine electrician immediately ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


HK chief executive condemns riot, supports police to restore order

HK chief executive condemns riot, supports police to restore order

HONG Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying Tuesday morning severely condemned an overnight riot that caused at least 48 police officers injured and supported the police to restore social order. About 300 ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


Rescuers race for Taiwan quake victims as 'golden window' closes

Rescuers race for Taiwan quake victims as 'golden window' closes

RESCUERS deployed heavy machinery Tuesday in a renewed effort to locate more than 100 people trapped in the rubble of a Taiwan apartment complex felled by an earthquake as the 72-hour "golden window" ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


Death toll from south China landslide rises to six

Death toll from south China landslide rises to six

THE death toll from a landslide in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has risen to six, as the four missing were confirmed dead. The emergency response office in Du'an Yao Autonomous County ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


Death toll of Taiwan quake rises to 40

Death toll of Taiwan quake rises to 40

THE death toll of a 6.7-magnitude quake that hit south Taiwan early Saturday has risen to 40 and 107 people remain missing, rescuers said Tuesday. According to the rescue center, 213 people have been ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


HK overnight riot injures at least 48 police officers

HK overnight riot injures at least 48 police officers

SOME 300 rioters clashed with Hong Kong police after a clearance operation on illegal hawkers from late Monday to Tuesday morning. At least 24 rioters were arrested and 48 police officers injured. The ...

February 9, 2016, Tuesday


Self-employed, private firms create a third of jobs in China

Self-employed, private firms create a third of jobs in China

SELF-EMPLOYED people and private firms create a third of the jobs in China, according to the State Administration for Industry & Commerce (SAIC). A SAIC study showed that about 90 percent of new jobs ...

February 8, 2016, Monday




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