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China aims to become a leading force in scientific research and applications, fuelled by vast infusions of cash and a rapidly growing technical workforce. Shortcuts: Chinese space program , images of pollution in China , e-waste pollution, hydric pollution, Chinese ghost towns , China urban villages , most polluted cities in China.

The Great Tangshan Earthquake, the largest of the 20th century by death toll
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24 Rare Images of 1976 Great Tangshan Earthquake

Tangshan earthquake. Tangshan is a largely industrial city in northeastern Hebei province and suffered an earthquake of magnitude 7.8 (7.5 according to official reports) at … Read more

A partially capsized fishing ship is seen after Typhoon Meranti made landfall, in Kaohsiung
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18 images of the disastrous consequences of Typhoon Meranti in China

BEIJING (Reuters) – Typhoon Meranti slammed into southeastern China on Thursday with strong winds and lashing rain that cut power to 1.65 million homes, but … Read more

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15 rare historical photographs of the 1931 China floods

1931 Yangtze river flood From the end of the 20s, China was afflicted by a long drought. Abnormal weather over central China began in the … Read more

most polluted cities in China
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The 10 most polluted cities in China

The most polluted cities in China Various forms of pollution have increased as China has industrialized, which has caused widespread environmental and health problems. Nearly … Read more

A general view of buildings in Puxi district from the Jin Mao Tower amid heavy smog in Shanghai
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China needs housing space ‘the size of Singapore’ each year till 2030

BEIJING (Reuters) – China needs to build residential property space that’s roughly equivalent to the land area of Singapore, or 800 million square meters, every … Read more

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China Suburbia

From urban villages to ghost cities Snapshots of suburban life in Kunming’s urban villages. China Suburbia is a photography project that explores and describes urban … Read more

Popular Google search terms in China
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Popular Google search terms in China

Find out what’s trending in China. Showing latest trending searches in China: popular topics, rising queries, main categories. This page shows how often a particular … Read more

China's powerful internet regulator has a new boss - Xu Lin
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China’s powerful internet regulator has a new boss – Xu Lin

Beijing’s appointed a new head to its powerful internet regulator. Xu Lin has publicly vowed to maintain the ruling Communist Party’s tight grip over cyberspace.

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The research monkeys ‘Made in China’

Research monkeys ‘Made in China’ – Hubei Tian Qin Company produces macaques for use in research experiments. Strict management of the 700 monkeys in the … Read more

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China’s Coal Dependence A Challenge For Climate

A history of heavy dependence on burning coal for energy has made China the source of nearly a third of the world’s total carbon dioxide … Read more

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China’s exploding meth market

Chinese factories are pumping out crystal methamphetamine to eager buyers across the Asia Pacific. As Tara Joseph reports, organized crime rings are making millions of dollars from the trade every year, fueling drugs use across the region.

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