Facebook Twitter 新浪微博 google plus Instagram YouTube Thursday 8 October 2015
E China’s Provincial Governor Su Shulin Probed
CCDI announces at late night October 7 that Su Shulin, governor of east China's Fujian Province, has been put under investigation for suspected serious disciplinary offenses.
Nepal Planning to Airlift Fuel Following India's Unofficial Blockage
Nepal is planning to airlift fuel from other countries following a halt in supply of petroleum products by southern neighbor India some two weeks ago.
Typhoon “Rainbow" Roars Zhanjiang, Ravaging its Fisheries
Torn through its way from the northern Philippines, typhoon “Rainbow” roared ashore in southern China’s Zhanjiang city, prompting severe tornadoes that destructed its local fisheries.
Chinese Yuan Overtakes Japanese Yen as World’s Fourth Largest Payment Currency
According to the data provided by SWIFT, the Chinese yuan overtakes Japanese yen in terms of value, giving the RMB #4 in place in the ranking of world payment currencies.
Traffic Jam! As National Day Holidays Draw to End
Huge traffic jam is seen on G4 Beijing–Hong Kong–Macau Expressway on October 6, 2015, as National Day holidays draw to end and people are heading back.
Tsinghua University’s Engineering Ranks Top in the World
Tsinghua University has climbed from its second place amongst the best global universities in engineering to the top this year, according to the latest ranking result from US News.

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