News Letter
Weather
Community
English home Forum Photo Gallery Features Newsletter Archive   About US Help Site Map
China
World
Opinion
Business
Sci-Edu
Culture/Life
Sports
Photos
 Services
- Newsletter
- Online Community
- China Biz Info
- News Archive
- Feedback
- Voices of Readers
- Weather Forecast
 Search
 About China
- China at a glance
- Chinese history
- Constitution
- CPC & state organs
- Chinese leadership
- Selected Works of Deng Xiaoping

News Archive --- Date:20050114


China

  • Portugal to set up first consulate in Chinese mainland (09:12, January 16)
  • China, Serbia and Montenegro agree to further parliamentary exchange (21:24, January 14)
  • Talks on Mainland-Taiwan charter flights scheduled  (19:44, January 14)
  • China's nuclear power construction enters crucial stage: premier  (19:43, January 14)
  • Straw to discuss arms ban in Beijing (08:19, January 14)
  • Chinese, Pakistani military leaders underscore bilateral ties (08:31, January 14)
  • Vice-premier Zeng meets EDF president (08:31, January 14)
  • Zeng Qinghong attends Party School's ceremony  (09:33, January 14)
  • Premier Wen meets Pakistani defense minister  (09:36, January 14)
  • Premier Wen meets US secretary of commerce  (08:54, January 14)
  • US hails trade ties with China (08:41, January 14)
  • Chinese top legislator meets Portuguese president  (09:49, January 14)
  • Death toll of Hong Kong tsunami victims may rise to 11 (08:21, January 14)
  • China, Portugal issue joint press communique to consolidate ties (08:14, January 14)
  • Portugal expects to boost personnel cooperation with China (08:18, January 14)
  • SCO achieves "impressive progress" (08:33, January 14)



  • Business

  • CNPC turns out more than 150 million tons of oil, natural gas in 2004 (21:28, January 14)
  • China, US optimistic about future trade relations (17:15, January 15)
  • China decides to resume issuance of IPOs (19:46, January 14)
  • China to set up technical trade barrier warning system (16:23, January 14)
  • Growth of money supply back to reasonable level: central bank  (16:01, January 14)
  • China should hold controlling stake in foreign-invested public aviation transportation enterprise: CAAC (15:30, January 14)
  • Indonesia seeks to boost bilateral trade with China (15:16, January 14)
  • Shenhua plans dual listing of A, H shares (15:15, January 14)
  • China Economic Review: State banks sharpen competitive edge (16:55, January 14)
  • CCPIT chairman: China still has a long way to go (13:28, January 14)
  • 2004, most lucrative year for China's aviation industry (13:21, January 14)
  • Unicom snaps up 1 m CDMA cellphones (10:52, January 14)
  • Fiber makers: Ruling hair short (10:51, January 14)
  • Chinese products lack luster (10:46, January 14)
  • S&P gauges outlook for listed firms (10:44, January 14)
  • Investors ask for no cut in tax favors (10:41, January 14)
  • Vice-premier on China's IPR protection (09:59, January 14)
  • Bilateral meeting sign of progress on IPR protection (07:45, January 14)
  • Premier Wen meets US secretary of commerce  (09:36, January 14)
  • China strengthens aviation cooperation with Cuba, Portugal (08:22, January 14)
  • Kenya targets 15,000 tourist arrivals from China (10:00, January 14)
  • Communications minister says national expressway network "people-centered" (10:00, January 14)
  • How to cope with post-transitional period of China's WTO entry (08:21, January 14)
  • Banks cut down bad debts sharply in 2004 (08:07, January 14)
  • Shougang Group reports 1.25b yuan in profits (08:09, January 14)
  • Wu Yi meets US secretary of commerce (08:11, January 14)
  • Creating more jobs key to alleviating poverty: Tung (08:12, January 14)
  • China to regulate transfer of state property (08:33, January 14)
  • China restructures big state companies (08:33, January 14)
  • China, Portugal pledge to boost economic ties (09:49, January 14)
  • China's FDI witnesses 13% growth in 2004 (08:34, January 14)



  • World

  • Britain's Prince Harry mulls visit to death camp (22:18, January 14)
  • Maldivian tourism industry to bounce back in 6 months (22:19, January 14)
  • Indonesia reiterates foreign troops must leave Aceh by March 26 (22:22, January 14)
  • Iraqi militant group claims killing of Sistani aide (22:24, January 14)
  • Tsunami death toll in Indonesia passes 110,000 (16:55, January 14)
  • Ugandan president appoints new inspector general of government (16:40, January 14)
  • Indonesia's Aceh to build 24 refugee centers for tsunami victims (16:55, January 14)
  • Death toll in Asia's quake-tsunami disaster over 155,000 (15:55, January 14)
  • Approval rating for Bush lowest among re-elected US presidents (15:17, January 14)
  • Chinese in Italy, Austria donate money to tsunami-hit nations (15:13, January 14)
  • Russia: settlement of islands dispute with Japan needs time, talks (15:16, January 14)
  • Another bird flu outbreak in Thailand remains high: official (15:16, January 14)
  • DPRK ready to join six-party nuclear talks: US delegation (15:02, January 14)
  • Spanish government rejects negotiation on greater Basque autonomy (13:23, January 14)
  • Israel urged to abandon "anti-Palestinian" policies as new conflicts occur in Gaza (13:21, January 14)
  • Approval rating for Bush lowest among re-elected US presidents (13:24, January 14)
  • Myanmar, India, Bangladesh agree on gas pipeline cooperation (13:19, January 14)
  • NATO chief optimistic over Mideast  (11:22, January 14)
  • Chinese FM expresses China's solidarity with small islands states (09:47, January 14)
  • Ethiopian PM, UN envoy discuss Ethio-Eritrean peace process (09:46, January 14)
  • Storms rampage in US, Europe, S. America (09:42, January 14)
  • Two million may be left in poverty (09:45, January 14)
  • Power failure hits Malaysian cities (09:41, January 14)
  • DPRK top official meets US congressional delegation (09:28, January 14)
  • Military helicopter crash kills 20 soldiers in southwest Colombia (08:43, January 14)
  • Russia views final peace deal with Japan as long-term prospect (08:47, January 14)
  • Arab FMs agree to set up Arab parliament (08:50, January 14)
  • UK closes embassy in Indonesia due to bomb threat (08:48, January 14)
  • DPRK FM meets U.S. Congress delegation (08:36, January 14)
  • UN urges Indonesia to reconsider foreign troops' departure deadline (08:27, January 14)
  • China provides Kenya with disaster relief donation  (09:29, January 14)
  • US, Russia have "good talks" over bilateral relations, spokesman says  (08:13, January 14)
  • Palestinian leader Abbas to visit Moscow late this month: Russian official  (08:15, January 14)
  • Russian passenger plane with 10 aboard missing  (08:14, January 14)
  • US to consider supporting India for Security Council  (08:17, January 14)
  • 59% Americans have favorable opinion of China: survey  (07:56, January 14)



  • Opinion

  • Chinese friends always give us prompt help: Interview (16:36, January 14)
  • Chinese Economy: A perspective into 2005 (16:43, January 14)
  • Cashing pledged aid is essential: comment  (10:41, January 14)



  • Sports

  • Wang Yifu appointed coach of national team (15:31, January 14)
  • Paris 2012 bid unveils plans for swimming complex (15:26, January 14)
  • Hosts shine at Winter Universiade (10:26, January 14)
  • China snowboard takes Universiade as learning course for Olympics (09:50, January 14)
  • O'Neil resigns as IOC member (15:50, January 14)
  • Yao, Shaq still lead NBA All-Star balloting (09:55, January 14)
  • FIFA picks 46 as possible World Cup referees (08:22, January 14)
  • Rockets defeat Mavericks 124-114  (08:16, January 14)
  • Women Volleyball and Liu Xiang awarded on Web (08:02, January 14)



  • Science & Technology

  • Space probe Huygens emits first signal towards Titan (21:26, January 14)
  • Academicians vote for top 10 world, China science news (09:37, January 14)
  • Scientists find dinosaur-eating mammal (09:38, January 14)
  • Less sandstorms in 2005 (08:37, January 14)



  • Life

  • Billionaire sentenced to death for murder  (19:50, January 14)
  • Face value a big consideration for Chinese (15:44, January 14)
  • QQ number auction stirs controversy (15:47, January 14)
  • Top 10 phrases show what's on nation's mind  (11:28, January 14)
  • Time to reform annual Spring Festival hitches  (11:30, January 14)
  • Folk gala wows audience (08:36, January 14)
  • Sweet and sour night at film awards (08:34, January 14)
  • Pollution threatens water supply to locals (08:32, January 14)
  • China destroys 60 million pirated audio-visual discs (10:08, January 14)
  • Exhibition on China-Portugal cultural exchanges opens  (11:11, January 14)
  • China Philharmonic Orchestra to give tour concerts in Europe, US  (10:13, January 14)
  • Asia's largest Picasso painting show to open in Beijing  (08:20, January 14)



  • Photo

    22nd Winter Universiade opens in Innsbruck

    The sacred fire was ignited in the main stadium for the 22nd Winter Universiade in Innsbruck Austria on Jan 12, 2004. More than 1, 500 players from 53 countries and regions will participate in the game.

    Chemical plant blast kills three in Changsha

    Rescue members rash to the explosion site at the Yuelu Chemical Plant in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, Jan. 13, 2005. An explosion occurred here at about 5:30 p.m. Thursday afternoon, killed three people and injured two.

    Chinese workers continue work in the Maldives

    Zhao Zhixiao (L), a Chinese worker from the city of Zhuji in east China's Zhejiang Province, works with his local counterpart Samim on an island of Maldives, Jan. 13, 2005. Some 40 Chinese workers from a Zhejiang-based company continued their construction work here after going through the recent tsunamis.

    Heavy snowfall in Guangxi

    Children play in the snow in the Ping'an Village of Longsheng Autonomous Prefecture in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region Jan. 13, 2005. A heavy snow hit north Guangxi's Guilin city and the surrounding counties on Wednesday.

    Sir Lankan president appreciates China's relief efforts

    Sri Lankan President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga (L) meets with Wu Dawei, Chinese vice foreign minister leading an official delegation in Colombo, capital of Sri Lanka, Jan. 12, 2005. Sri Lankan President appreciated the relief efforts China has made for her tsunami-hit nation Wednesday.

    Donation for tsunami-hit aears tops 120 million yuan in China

    The staff of the Red Cross society of China counted donations for the tsunami-stricken areas they received on Jan 13 in Beijing. By the noon of the Jan 13, donation that the Red Cross Society of China received had exceeded 120 million yuan.

    Small island developing states meeting

    Chinese Foreign Minister Li Zhaoxing adresses the small island developing states (SIDS) meeting in Port Louis on the Indian Ocean island of Mauritius Jan. 13, 2005. The high level segment of the small island conference was held here, which saw presence of heads of state and government from some 30 small island developing states and over 2,000 delegates from over 100 countries and international organizations.

    NASA launches Deep Impact spacecraft on comet probe

    NASA on Wednesday launched the "Deep Impact" spacecraft on a mission to smash a hole in a comet from which scientists hope to find frozen remains from the early years of the formation of the solar system. The spacecraft will release a 372-kg projectile one day before the projectile will run into Comet Tempel 1 at the speed of 37,000 kmph on July 4, about 132 million km away from the Earth.

    Arab League meeting discusses pan-Arab organization reform

    The Arab League (AL) Secretary-General Amr Moussa (2nd R) attends the extraordinary foreign ministers' meeting which opens in Cairo, Egypt, Jan. 13, 2005. Eighteen foreign ministers and permanent delegates of four member states to the league discussed means of reforming the pan-Arab organization and activat a joint Arab action system approved by the Tunis summit in 2004.

    Portuguese President meets Chinese leaders, visits university

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shakes hands with Portuguese President Jorge Sampaio in Beijing, Jan. 13, 2005.

    Chinese leaders meet with US Secretary of Commerce

    Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao (R) shakes hands with US Secretary of Commerce Donald Louis Evans in Beijing, Jan. 13, 2005. After attending a Sino-US roundtable conference on Intellectual Property Rights, Evans said US-China economic cooperation has maintained good momentum and the United States will continue to strive for strong and stable trade ties with China.


    Copyright by People's Daily Online, all rights reserved