A deadly steam pipe explosion at a coal-fired power plant in Dangyang, Hubei killed at least 21...
by Cindy | Apr 20, 2016
China’s state broadcaster CCTV reported on Sunday that nearly 500 students at Changzhou Foreign...
by Cindy | Apr 18, 2016
According to state television broadcaster CCTV, hundreds of students at Changzhou Foreign...
by Cindy | Aug 31, 2015
At The New York Times, Andrew Jacobs, Javier Hernandez, and Chris Buckley report on the lax...
by Melissa M. Chan | Nov 20, 2011
An explosion at a chemical plant in Xintai, Shandong province has killed fourteen workers. An investigation into the cause is underway. BBC reports: It happened at a melamine production unit in Xintai in Shandong province where...
by Samuel Wade | Aug 14, 2011
When Tropical Storm Muifa descended on China’s north-east last week, damage to dykes in Dalian sparked fears of leaks from a coastal chemical plant. The threat was averted, but thousands of local residents marched today,...
by Samuel Wade | Oct 29, 2010
In the Guardian, Damian Carrington describes Chinese companies’ gaming of the EU Emission Trading Scheme, and European proposals to combat it: The use of carbon permits from industrial gas projects in China could be banned...
by Priscilla Jiao | Oct 13, 2008
From the International Herald Tribune: Residents of a Chinese city plagued by pollution are mobilizing against a proposed chemical plant that they say could harm their health, with some urging marches against the plan, which...
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