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Foreigners Pick Their Favorite Chinese Cities
Foreigners Pick Their Favorite Chinese Cities

Updated:1294285948Source:People's Daily Online

Results of the "2010 Amazing China - the Most Attractive Chinese Cities for Foreigners" was announced on Jan 5, 2011. Beijing, Shanghai, Dalian, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Tianjin, Qingdao, Xiamen, Yantai and Wuhu are the top 10 on the list.
Shanghai and Beijing to Trial Individual Tourist Trips to Taiwan
Shanghai and Beijing to Trial Individual Tourist Trips to Taiwan

Updated:1294119137Source:Shanghai Daily

Individual tourists, not traveling with an organized group, are expected to be able to travel to Taiwan from Shanghai and Beijing in April.
Thousands Visit Mao's Hometown on Anniversary of Late Leader's Birth
Thousands Visit Mao's Hometown on Anniversary of Late Leader's Birth

Updated:1293418417Source:Global Times

Thousands of people from all walks of life traveled to Shaoshan, the hometown of Mao Zedong in Hunan.
Loanwords from English No Cause for Worry

Updated:1293068433Source:Global Times

The General Administration of Press and Publication (GAPP), China's press regulator, decreed recently that English words, including certain portmanteaus words, would be removed from official Chinese publications.
Tainted Hotpots 'Common'
Tainted Hotpots 'Common'

Updated:1292469109Source:Global Times

Food safety has once again drawn negative attention amid claims that many flavoring ingredients served in popular hotpot dishes at restaurants contain harmful chemical additives, according to insiders.
Fans Furious as Fake News of Martial Arts Novelist's 'Death' Posted on Microblogs
Fans Furious as Fake News of Martial Arts Novelist's 'Death' Posted on Microblogs

Updated:1291955038Source:Global Times

A microblogger has been slammed for wrongly stating that renowned martial arts novelist Louis Cha, better known as Jin Yong, had died. It is the second time this year news of Cha's "death" has been disseminated on the Internet.
What's Driving "Heritage" Fever
What's Driving "Heritage" Fever

Updated:1291875440Source:CNTV.cn

More Chinese scenic spots are vying for World Heritage status. Their applications will be assessed next year.
TCMs Face European Ban in April

Updated:1291685860Source:Global Times

New Rules to Regulate Pinyin Spelling of Chinese Names

Updated:1291100146Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

A new norm concerning the spelling of Chinese Name is to be promulgated soon. The family name shall be put before the given name and capital letters shall be used on the first letters of both names.
Ministry Tightens Checks on Plastic Surgery
Ministry Tightens Checks on Plastic Surgery

Updated:1291001732Source:China Daily

The Ministry of Health on Saturday called on health authorities nationwide to step up supervision of the country's medical cosmetology industry following the death of two people during cosmetic procedures.
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Modern Guangzhou Souvenirs

Lifeofguangzhou.com picks some of the best Cantonese-style souvenirs for you – including those famous pieces as well as lighter and and comparatively cheap items but still with that defining Cantonese character.

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