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Archive for the ‘China’ Category

Nationality: Chinese (singular and plural).
Population: 1,347,350,000 (2012).
Natural resources: Coal, iron ore, crude oil, mercury, tin, tungsten, antimony, manganese, molybdenum, vanadium, magnetite, aluminum, lead, zinc, uranium, world’s largest hydropower potential.

Agriculture products: Rice, wheat, potatoes, sorghum, peanuts, tea, millet, barley, cotton, oilseed, pork, fish.

Industries: Iron and steel, coal, machine building, armaments, textiles and apparel, petroleum, cement, chemical fertilizers, footwear, toys, food processing, automobiles, consumer electronics, telecommunications.

Currency: Yuan Renminbi (CNY)

Video shows police brutally beat Christians

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/09/15


Church leaders in eastern China say that they are facing the worst persecution in decades. CNN’s David McKenzie explains.

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Who will feed China’s growing middle class?

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/09/14

PBS NewsHour
China consumes half of the world’s pork. And the country’s growing middle class — bigger than the population of the United States — wants more meat. Nathan Halverson of The Center for Investigative Reporting looks at how China plans to meet that demand.

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Can Chinese Dramas Build Bridges With the West?

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/09/07

WSJ: A new film by Chinese director Peter Ho-sun Chan explores child abduction and China’s one-child policy, in the hope that movies like his can educate Westerners on the complexities of Chinese culture. WSJ’s Barbara Chai spoke with him at the Toronto International Film Festival.

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One family’s quest to give Chinese orphans a happy home

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/09/03

After reaching their fifties and raising their own children, Jenny and Richard Bowen adopted 2-year-old Maya from China after learning of poor orphanage conditions for abandoned girls. Sixteen years later, the Bowens have two adopted daughters from the same region and have started a non-profit called Half the Sky to transform orphan care with the cooperation of the Chinese government.

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“Typhoon Matmo Kills 13 In China”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/27

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“Water Turns Blood Red In China “Whaaaaaaat” (Apocalyptic)”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/26

Posted in Blog Talk, China, Religion, Water | Leave a Comment »

“5 People Detained over stale meat scandal In China.”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/23

Posted in China, Food, Health, News, United States | Leave a Comment »

“Expired Chinese Meat Scandal Rocks McDonald’s And KFC”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/22

Posted in Blog Talk, China, Food, Health, United States | Leave a Comment »

“Man in China builds his own Batmobile”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/20

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“U.S.: Pro-Russian separatists likely shot missile”

Posted by Quemela Savage on 2014/07/18

Posted in Asia, China, Germany, Japan, Malaysia, Moscow, Netherlands, Russia, Ukraine, United States | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a Comment »


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