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Tu Youyou’s Nobel Prize Award Brings More Confidence and Introspection to Chinese
Chinese scientist Tu Youyou on October 5 won the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine amongst a trio for discovering parasite therapies.
750 Mln Chinese Tourists Roaming in the “Golden Week”
Transportation statistics in China shows that during the “Golden Week” over 750 million Chinese people are expected to use either railway or highway to travel domestically-- half of the population in China.
China Launched Its First Typhoon Detecting Missile
China's first typhoon detecting rocket was launched 11p.m. in Hainan Wanning on Oct. 3. Several radiosondes were dropped into the center of Typhoon Mujigae only 6 minutes after the launch.
FIFA Fines Hong Kong for Booing Chinese National Anthem
Hong Kong Football Association (HKFA) was ruled to pay fine for Hong Kong soccer fans jeering the Chinese national anthem before a World Cup qualifier on September 9.
Elevator Made Sudden Plunge from 39th Floor in SW China, Killing 4
An elevator in a construction site made sudden plunge from 39th floor in “Shilong Square” on the Tianfuyi Street in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan province on October 5, 2015. Four were killed.
Typhoon Mujigae kills 11 in South China, cuts off power
At least 11 people were killed and another 243 injured when Typhoon Mujigae made a surprise landing in southern China since Sunday.

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