The following censorship instruction, issued to the media by government authorities, has been...
by Cindy | Mar 17, 2014
As the families and relatives of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 continue to wait for news of the...
by Josh Rudolph | Jul 22, 2013
On Friday, a San Mateo, California coroner said that the injuries of Ye Mengyuan confirm that she was killed by a fire rescue vehicle after surviving the crash landing of Asiana Airlines Flight 214 in San Francisco on July 6. Ye...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 8, 2013
People in China continue to mourn high school students Wang Linjia and Ye Mengyuan who were killed in the Asiana Airlines crash at San Francisco International Airport on Saturday. More details have emerged about the girls, who...
by Sophie Beach | Jul 7, 2013
Saturday's crash of a Boeing 777 at San Francisco International Airport had two fatalities, both of whom were high school students from Jiangshan, Zhejiang Province. The girls were planning to study English in a camp in...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 25, 2010
The Christian Science Monitor follows up on Tuesday's crash of a Henan Airlines flight: The plane crash in China that killed 42 people late Tuesday night was a rare blot on the country's aviation safety copybook, say experts...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 24, 2010
A plane crash in Heilongjiang Province has killed 42 passengers. From Xinhua: More than 40 people were rescued and sent to hospitals after a passenger plane with more than 90 crew and passengers on board crashed during landing...
by Sophie Beach | Aug 18, 2010
A plane on an apparently illicit flight from North Korean into China has crashed and killed the pilot. The Christian Science Monitor reports: The South’s Yonhap news agency, reporting from the major northeastern Chinese city of...
by Sophie Beach | Nov 27, 2009
AP has details about the cargo plane crash at Shanghai's Pudong International Airport: A Zimbabwe cargo plane crashed shortly after taking off Saturday from Shanghai's main international airport, killing three crew members, a...
by Morgan Figuers | Aug 22, 2007
From Adfero: A Taiwanese jet has made an emergency landing in southern Japan after reportedly running out of fuel. All 165 people onboard the flight escaped uninjured and it is not thought that anyone was hurt in the latest event at Kansai airport in Osaka today. The incident is the second involving a China Airlines […]
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