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News Archive --- Date:20050126


China

  • 8 kidnapped Chinese back home (08:16, January 27)
  • 19 Chinese seamen held in Malaysia back home: embassy (20:37, January 26)
  • Liaoning gets 50b yuan bank loans for rejuvenation (20:37, January 26)
  • China passes program on coping with emergencies (20:32, January 26)
  • Crimes in casinos on rise in Macao: police chief (20:38, January 26)
  • HKSAR financial secretary to visit Japan, ROK (20:38, January 26)
  • Chinese, Thai FMs discuss tsunami relief work via telephone (20:27, January 26)
  • Top social sciences think-tank sticks to Marxism in guiding research (16:22, January 26)
  • "Anti-annexation law" part of move for Taiwan independence: spokesman (16:23, January 26)
  • Chinese mainland regrets Taiwan students forbidden to fly home for holiday (16:21, January 26)
  • Tibetan monk death penalty commuted to life in prison (16:22, January 26)
  • China plans unprecedented railroad construction in 2005 (09:12, January 26)
  • China moniters whereabouts of officials' relatives to uproot corruption (09:10, January 26)
  • Sailors who "abducted" fishing boat freed (09:06, January 26)
  • Southern Airlines flight to to carry first-ever direct flight to Taiwan (08:13, January 26)
  • Hu Jintao urges CPC to maintain its advanced nature (13:52, January 26)
  • China calmly greets first day of holiday-season rush (08:11, January 26)
  • China regards Iraqi deputy president's visit as conducive tobilateral relations (08:10, January 26)



  • Business

  • China Economic Review: Car market competition moves up to luxury brands (16:35, January 26)
  • China's auto import rises 13.1% in 2004 (16:34, January 26)
  • China's unemployment rate dropped in 2004 (16:32, January 26)
  • Implementation of CEPA benefits HK enterprises (15:40, January 26)
  • China becomes Japan largest trade partner: ministry (14:07, January 26)
  • HK stock market ranks 9th in the world in 2004 (13:15, January 26)
  • Wrist watch imports soaring with Shanghai port (09:27, January 26)
  • SW province capital accelerates development of circular economy (09:13, January 26)
  • Australia, China share green product labelling (09:09, January 26)
  • UN predicts world economy to grow 3.25 percent in 2005 (08:53, January 26)
  • JVs, private enterprises drive city (08:53, January 26)
  • Group plans merger after pullout (08:53, January 26)
  • China Southern Airlines confirms Airbus order (08:53, January 26)
  • Prospects for consumer electronics (08:25, January 26)
  • Spring Festival transport peak season begins (08:52, January 26)
  • Chinese company donates railway machinery to Sri Lanka (08:54, January 26)



  • World

  • European Parliament President sends new-year greetings to Chinese people (20:43, January 26)
  • 19 Chinese seamen held in Malaysia return to China (18:06, January 26)
  • Indonesian FM not to join talks with GAM (18:06, January 26)
  • 71 journalists, media workers killed in 2004 (16:36, January 26)
  • Indonesia, GAM get talking in Helsinki: report (16:19, January 26)
  • Boston terror threat false alarm: FBI (15:57, January 26)
  • Tsunami survivors in Aceh threatened by mental illnesses (16:31, January 26)
  • US envoy begins Mideast tour to revive peace process (14:47, January 26)
  • Europe marks Auschwitz anniversary, Poland to build museum (14:46, January 26)
  • US Marine helicopter crashes in Iraq (14:46, January 26)
  • Sri Lankan Presidential polls on time: report (14:10, January 26)
  • Israel to restart contact with Palestinians "quickly" (16:31, January 26)
  • Austria to offer air defense support for Davos meeting (14:04, January 26)
  • Aceh faces chance for peace (13:09, January 26)
  • China becomes Japan's top trading partner in 2004 (11:14, January 26)
  • Germany to further advance ties with China: top legislator  (10:52, January 26)
  • Bird flu continues spreading in Vietnam  (10:47, January 26)
  • Yushchenko insists on EU membership for Ukraine  (10:46, January 26)
  • Putin declares January 25 Students' Day (10:01, January 26)
  • US urges DPRK to be serious on six-party talks (09:28, January 26)
  • Colombia, Venezuela seek to overcome diplomatic crisis (09:31, January 26)
  • China donates TV equipment to Kenya Broadcasting Corporation (08:52, January 26)
  • US reiterates calls for an end to Iran's nuclear program (08:50, January 26)
  • US transfers four Guantanamo detainees to Britain (08:49, January 26)
  • Russia, Syria seek to consolidate relations (08:48, January 26)
  • Schroeder vows to fight anti-Semitism (08:45, January 26)
  • Trust to motherland helps Chinese hostages through stranded days (08:44, January 26)
  • Narayanan appointed India's national security advisor (08:41, January 26)
  • Cyprus government ready to renew peace talks (08:40, January 26)
  • French president awards Legion of Honor to Chinese millionaire (08:39, January 26)
  • Israeli minister hopes for early dialogue between Abbas, Sharon (08:37, January 26)
  • US warship begins Gulf of Guinea deployment (08:35, January 26)
  • Investigators question UN chief more than once, says spokesman (08:34, January 26)
  • Palestinian police to redeploy in southern Gaza in two days (08:32, January 26)
  • More than 300 killed in stampede in southwest India  (09:00, January 26)



  • Opinion

  • Trend of China's Taiwan policy crystallizes, expert analysis (08:30, January 27)
  • Chinese businessmen worldwide face five challenges (15:00, January 26)
  • China accelerates rural tax reduction and exemption (09:47, January 26)
  • Narrowing wealth gap, equal opportunity hopeful: Expert (08:36, January 26)



  • Sports

  • Chinese diving prince Tian expelled from national team  (09:32, January 27)
  • Five focuses set for Olympic preparation this year  (11:02, January 26)
  • Karl Malone itching to retire  (09:32, January 26)
  • Federer subdues Agassi (08:40, January 26)
  • James, Terry named Players of Week (07:57, January 26)



  • Science & Technology

  • China awards military units, individuals involved in space program (20:44, January 26)
  • Academy of Social Sciences to strengthen innovation (17:01, January 26)
  • Fifty electronic games banned in China (16:38, January 26)
  • China succeeded in sub-seawater desalination for first time  (16:37, January 26)
  • 7,000-year-old Village found in Ningbo (14:57, January 26)
  • Vietnam to produce small satellites (14:09, January 26)
  • Desktop search tech promising (08:59, January 26)



  • Life

  • Nicole Kidman to star in Wong Kar-wai's film (14:22, January 26)
  • Chinese stars dub 'Incredibles' (14:22, January 26)
  • Festive red envelopes jeopardise forests (14:18, January 26)
  • Tough lessons of life (11:05, January 26)
  • Relics from Shaanxi reveal past prosperity and glory (10:59, January 26)
  • Hidden killer stalking villages (11:02, January 26)
  • Jobless rate drops to 2.42% in Guangzhou (10:57, January 26)
  • Backgrounder: International Convention on Protection of Diversified Cultures  (09:30, January 26)
  • Beijing court sentences kidnapper to 11 years in jail  (08:00, January 26)
  • "Aviator" gets 11 Academy Award nods  (08:03, January 26)



  • Photo

    Preparation for Spring Festival charter flights

    The crew of China International Airlines Co., Ltd. participating in the Spring Festival charter flights service for Taiwan businessmen made their show Tuesday, Jan.25, 2005. CA charter flights will carry out the four return services between Beijing-Taibei and Beijing-Kaohsiung with its maiden voyage to Taibei and Kaohsiung on January 29.

    First day of the Spring Festival transportation

    A police officer helps a passenger carry her kid onboard at Liuzhou Railway Station on Jan 25. The Spring Festival transportation begins that day across China. A total of 145 million people will be transported during the 40-day transportation, 3.5 percent higher than last year, relevant department predict.

    Asia's largest long-distance bus station opens in Shanghai

    The outdoor scenery of the new long-distance bus station located in the north square of Shanghai train station. Asia's largest long-distance bus station opened on Tuesday in Shanghai. The station is equipped with intelligent networks for ticket selling, logistics and bus arranging and will have the capacity to transport 20,000 passengers with 600-1,200 coaches-times each day.

    Icecream hotpot popular in Suzhou

    Two girls taste ice cream-hotpot in an ice-cream shop on Guanqian Street, the downtown area of Suzhou city, east China's Jiangsu Province, Jan. 24, 2005. Such snacks, with sweet icy inners and smooth hot crusts, appeal to many customers, especially the females in the market.

    Photo exhibit marks 60th anniversary of Auschwitz liberation

    UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan delivers a speech in the opening ceremony of the commemoration picture exhibit of the 60th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz in New York Jan. 24, 2005. The exhibit opened Monday and it's a collection of photographs and paintings from the two death camps in Auschwitz. More than 600 people attended the opening ceremony.

    Zeng Qinghong holds talk with Mexican President

    Chinese Vice President Zeng Qinghong (L) meets with Mexican President Vicente Fox in Mexico City, capital of Mexico, Jan. 24, 2005.

    Model grand prix competition in Dalian

    A Russian model who has entered the finals of the "Tianzi Cup" top model grand prix competition poses for a photo in Dalian, a coastal city in northeast China's Liaoning Province, Jan. 24, 2005. Thirty-six models entered the finals after the first round and second round of the competition.

    Holiday atmosphere grows tense in Beijing

    Two residents pass by a huge poster greeting the upcoming Chinese New Year of Rooster.As the Chinese traditional Spring Festival draws near, happiness and good luck symbols can be seen everywhere in Beijing. The Spring Festival starts from Feb. 9 this year, according to the Chinese lunar calendar.

    "Cultural train"

    Trainwomen perform a dance of a minority nationality for passengers on Train T88 from Guiyang to Beijing Jan. 25, 2005. On the "cultural train", the trainmen and trainwomen wear the local costumes and put on a folk performance to show the charm of the minority nationality's culture.

    China, India hold strategic dialogue

    Wu Dawei (L), Chinese vice-minister of foreign affairs, shakes hands with Indian foreign secretary of the Ministry of External Affairs Shhyam Saran in New Delhi Jan. 24, 2005. China and India held their first strategic dialogue on Monday and exchanged views on both international and regional issues of mutual concern.

    Eight released Chinese leave Baghdad for home

    Four released Chinese nationals go to Baghdad Airport by a vehicle of the Chinese Embassy to Iraq in Baghdad Jan. 25, 2005. The eight released Chinese hostages left Baghdad for China on Jan. 25.

    Chinese President, top legislator meet with Mauritian PM

    Chinese President Hu Jintao (R) shakes hands with Mauritian Prime Minister Paul Raymond Berenger during a meeting in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, Jan. 25, 2005.


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