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  1. Tap Water Contamination in Guangdong Caused by Freakish Weather and Sand Dredging: Experts

    Tap water contamination, which had affected some 10,000 residents in a south China town earlier this week, was caused by freakish weather and sand dredging, which stirred up manganese from the riverbed into the water, environment experts said.

  2. China to Conclude Training for Grassroots Court Presidents

  3. Shenzhen Residents Try out 'Green' Tracks

    Workers are putting the finishing touches to a 2.9-kilometer section of the Universiade track, which starts from the Universiade Park in Longgang and is planned to stretch to Xianhu Botanical Garden in Luohu District before August next year.

  4. Residents Willing to Assist at Asian Games

  5. Mercury Prompts HK Recall of Lunch Meat

    The Hong Kong Center for Food Safety warned residents not to eat "Greatwall Brand Chopped Pork and Ham" imported from Tianjin Municipality after it received a complaint on July 17 from a customer who said some silvery droplets were in the can.

  6. Teens Attempt Suicide after Teacher Allegedly Slapped Them

    Five elementary school pupils from a rural area of Shaanxi Province were saved by local residents after they tried to commit suicide by drinking pesticides Saturday.

  7. Guangdong's Party Chief Deliberates Culture, Wealth

    Guangdong Province, China's southern economic powerhouse, will continue to act as a reform pioneer and work steadfastly to enrich local residents' lives, materially and culturally, said the provincial Party chief, Wang Yang.

  8. 488 Temporary Shelters Opened for Local Residents to Escape the Heat in Guangzhou

  9. Safety Improves on Guangcong Road

    After lobbying local officials for over 17 years to get traffic lights installed on the deadly Guangcong Road, nearby residents were happy to learn their quest was not in vain. Guangcong Road is considered the most dangerous road in Guangzhou.

  10. Garbage Protesters Use Taboos

    Residents angry over garbage removal problems in the Panyu district of Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, have resorted to Chinese taboos in an effort to clean up the district.

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