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Japan visa to Uygur leader Kadeer sparks China furor

[2009-10-21 07:27]

China strongly condemns Japan's issuing of a visa to Uygur separatist Rebiya Kadeer, the Foreign Ministry said yesterday.

Minister leaving for India to boost ties

[2009-10-21 07:27]

While recent disputes over historical border issues with India continue to foment, Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi will hold talks with his Indian counterpart to boost a strategic cooperative partnership next Tuesday in Bangalore.

Deck trade exhibition hall in agriculture

[2009-10-21 07:26]

The sixth annual free trade expo between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) opened in this southern city yesterday with a decidedly agricultural flair.

Hijacked Chinese bulk carrier heading northwest

[2009-10-21 01:00]

The seajacked Chinese bulk carrier DE XIN HAI is heading northwest and is now 650 nautical miles off the east coast of Somalia, the EU anti-piracy military organization EU NAVFOR said on Tuesday.

China tells ships to avoid the risky maritime route

[2009-10-21 00:47]

China's Ministry of Transport Tuesday told the country's ships to keep away from the place where a Chinese bulk carrier was hijacked Monday in the Indian Ocean.

Last of New China's first generals cremated

[2009-10-20 22:50]

Lu Zhengcao, the last one of New China's first 57 generals, was cremated here Tuesday. Lu died of illness on October 13 at the age of 106.

China, US to hold 20th JCCT meeting

[2009-10-20 19:19]

The 20th meeting of the China-US Joint Commission on Commerce and Trade (JCCT) will be held in Hangzhou, capital city of eastern China's Zhejiang Province, on October 29.

Spokesman: China to rescue hijacked crew, bulk carrier

[2009-10-20 18:49]

China will make every effort to rescue the crew and the hijacked bulk carrier, the De Xin Hai, from pirates in the Indian Ocean, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ma Zhaoxu said Tuesday. Ship owner confirms hijack

Chinese company confirms 25 hijacked by pirates in Indian Ocean

[2009-10-20 18:49]

A Chinese company confirmed Tuesday that 25 Chinese crewmembers were being held hostage by pirates in the Indian Ocean.

Prices for out-bound tours nosedive after holiday

[2009-10-20 17:33]

The lowest prices to date in 2009 for tours from Shanghai to Japan, South Korea and some southeastern Asian islands are being offered on leading tourism website, Xinhuanet reported today.

Bird, planes and trains no challenge for Chinese mimic

[2009-10-20 17:09]

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it a train? No, it's Chinese mimic Cheng Jiaqiang who can imitate about 100 sounds from birds singing and horses galloping to planes taking off and trains trundling along the tracks.

Hijacked China ship shows pirates extending reach

[2009-10-20 16:57]

The hijacking of a Chinese coal ship in the Indian Ocean shows Somali pirates are extending their reach beyond the Gulf of Aden and the Somali coast, shippers said as traders worried that more coal ships could become targets.

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