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Yingxiu is a picturesque village at the foot of the Longmen Mountains in China's Sichuan province. It is early spring and the trees are in blossom. Dreamy mists drift down the mountain and waft towards a river tumbling down the valley. Scores of ... The Week, 1 month ago

2014 ELECTIONS: Ma stumps for Sean Lien, for 85 seconds

President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) last night canceled a plan to canvass in the streets for Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien (連勝文) and instead shared a stage with Lien to stump for him, but for only 85 ...
 Taipei Times Online11 hours ago

Officials probe sinking of vessel

An investigation has begun to determine why the Ocean Researcher V — the nation's largest maritime research vessel — sank on Friday night near Penghu, leaving two people dead and 24 injured. The 2,700-tonne vessel set sail from Greater Tainan ...
 Taipei Times Online2 weeks ago

Premier asks Transportation Ministry to investigate cause of wreck

Taipei, Oct. 11 (CNA) Premier Jiang Yi-huah asked the Ministry of Transportation and Communications on Saturday to investigate why Taiwan's largest research ship sank off the biggest of the Penghu Islands on Friday night. The 2,700-ton Ocean ...
 Focus Taiwan3 weeks ago
CHINAdaily

Holiday crowds

Although the Chinese called the seven-day holiday that started Oct 1 the Golden Week, the luster wore thin for many tourists during this time of the year. According to media reports, China's major tourist attractions received 3.6 million visitors on ...
 CHINAdaily3 weeks ago

Research vessel flounders off Penghu

Ocean Research No. 5, the nation's largest maritime research vessel, was involved in an accident at sea near Penghu County's Longmen District (龍門) yesterday evening. Approximately three-quarters of the ship was under water at 8pm, and, at press ...
 Taipei Times Online3 weeks ago
Sott.net

M6.0 Earthquake - 18km WSW of Weiyuan, China

Seismotectonics of the Himalaya and Vicinity Seismicity in the Himalaya dominantly results from the continental collision of the India and Eurasia plates, which are converging at a relative rate of 40-50 mm/yr. Northward underthrusting of India ...
 Sott.net3 weeks ago M 6.0 Earthquake - 18km WSW of Weiyuan, China  Sott.net3 weeks ago

Singer Yang Kun will hold a nationwide tour to celebrate his 20-year career.

Yang's tour Mainland singer-songwriter Yang Kun will hold a nationwide tour to celebrate his 20-year career. The 41-year-old remained largely unknown for about 15 years until he shot to fame in 2002 following the release of his debut album, ...
 CHINAdaily1 month ago

On the Ground in China's Fight to Quit Coal

TONGCHUAN, CHINA -- World leaders are gathering Tuesday at the United Nations in New York City, hoping to talk their way out of decades of gridlock on climate change. The high-minded proclamations will make international headlines, but the reality ...
 Huffington Post1 month ago

Artist examines directionless society

A tailless bird that can barely fly is marooned on a dark cloud above surreal landscapes that are beautiful but clearly out of kilter as they glow with a strange light. This is a sample of a scene in one of Gao Huijun's paintings. Known for his ...
 Shanghai Daily1 month ago
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