On Tuesday, China’s National Marine Data and Information Service launched a website on the Diaoyu...
Oct 28, 2009
As part of an effort to recover trafficked children, the Ministry of Public Security has launched the website “Babies Looking For Home” (宝贝寻家) that includes the profiles and photos of kidnapped children. From the...
Sep 4, 2006
From Sina Website via Jin Qian Website, translated by CDT: Several Beijing websites held a seminar at the well-known revolutionary town Zunyi(ÈÅµ‰πâ). Seminar participants took a tour of the revolutionary monuments, and commemorated the spirits of red army heros. Guizhou Province Propaganda Ministry deputy chief Yao Yuan announced the opening of the “China Long March […]
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