China’s Ministry of Culture has listed 100 songs, including Lady Gaga’s “Judas” and Katy Perry’s “Last Friday Night” that had to be purged from the Chinese web because they had never been submitted for mandatory government screening.
In China, a lingering preference for boys coupled with strict controls on the number of births have helped create a lucrative black market in children.
Mass lead poisonings typically come to light only after suspicious parents seek hospital tests, then alert neighbors or co-workers. The few published studies point to a huge problem.
Low cost burials have been China’s national policy since at least 1997, when State Decree 225 ordered cemetery land conserved and ‘thrifty funeral arrangements’ promoted.
China’s ancient exercise qigong originated more than two centuries ago, the Chinese word itself means gathering energy and training it towards the organ or part of the body where energy is needed.
The Russian nuclear industry has profited by selling reactors abroad, mostly to developing countries like China and India.
Genome researchers has concluded in a study through large-scale gene re-sequencing indicate that domesticated rice may have first appeared as far back as approximately 9,000 years ago in the Yangtze Valley of China.
China will publicize an upgraded national standard that offers strict guidelines in the safe use of food additives by end of 2011, according to the circular.
Tiger Woods who finished in a tie for fourth place in just concluded 2011 Masters at Augusta National has shown that he is back to recovery towards his old deadly form.
Tiger Woods is going to visit China and Korea part of his first Nike ‘Make It Matter’ Tour in April in Shenzen, China according to the tour organizer.