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[Slideshow]News you may have missed
[Slideshow]News you may have missed
Feeling out of the loop as you return from holiday? We bring you up to date with important news you may have missed during the festive season.
Chaos and screams at Shanghai New Year stampede
Chaos and screams at Shanghai New Year stampede
Shanghai's joyful New Year celebration ended in screams, panic and chaos as a stampede enveloped a crowd of revelers so dense that emergency services...
Brics development bank a go
Brics development bank a go
Brics countries reached an accord to push ahead with a $50-billion development bank by granting China its headquarters and India its first rotating...
China: Seven hurt in stampede to see Beckham
China: Seven hurt in stampede to see Beckham
Beckham, who was visiting Shanghai in his role as ambassador to the troubled Chinese Super League (CSL), expressed hope that the injured would...
Drogba arrives to warm welcome in Shanghai
Drogba arrives to warm welcome in Shanghai
Drogba will play for Chinese Super League strugglers Shanghai Shenhua.
Apple wins first round to sell iPads in Shanghai
Apple wins first round to sell iPads in Shanghai
A Shanghai court has rejected a request in a trademark case to stop Apple selling its iPad tablet computers in the city, averting an embarrassing...
Beijing insists on use of real names on micro blogs
Beijing insists on use of real names on micro blogs
The Beijing city government said on Friday that it would tighten control over popular micro blogs that have vexed authorities with their rapid...
One plus one must make two
One plus one must make two
In Shanghai's Thames Town -- a bizarre suburban recreation of a traditional British town, complete with mock-Tudor architecture -- elbows are sharp...
Chinese gaze in awe at rise in country's billionaires
Chinese gaze in awe at rise in country's billionaires
China may be struggling with growing income disparities, yet when it comes to making a fortune, many Chinese still believe that to get rich is...
Chinese state-run media play down protest calls
Chinese state-run media play down protest calls
China's state media on Monday dismissed a weekend web campaign for Middle East-style protests as "performance art", while also urging public...
Who moved my cheese?
Who moved my cheese?
Ever wished you could cut down on the amount you eat without going hungry?
Booming China on show to world at Shanghai Expo
Booming China on show to world at Shanghai Expo
Shanghai opened its multibillion-dollar World Expo to the public on Saturday, showcasing China's booming economy and resurgent national pride, as...

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