A man has been arrested in the case of the “poisoned dumplings” sent to Japan two years ago. From Business Week: The 36-year-old suspect put a poisonous substance in the frozen dumplings when he worked as a temporary...
by Xiao Qiang | Sep 2, 2008
Kenji Minemura reports in THE ASAHI SHIMBUN: Chinese authorities have widened their investigation into the manufacturer of poisonous gyoza dumplings that sickened 14 people in Japan and China. Having already interviewed 55 of...
by Liu Yong | Aug 18, 2008
From Bloomberg: Japan’s Foreign Minister concluded a three-day visit to Beijing today after calling on China to move to the “next stage” on an agreement to jointly develop gas fields in the East China Sea....
by Morgan Figuers | May 2, 2008
After finding traces of pesticide on dumplings from China this January and February, Japan’s imports of Chinese food have dropped dramatically. From AP: China’s food exports to Japan, a key market, plunged 30 percent...
by Marnette Federis | Feb 22, 2008
A Chinese safety watchdog official confirmed the small amounts of pesticides found in meat buns sent to Japan. However, Chinese officials have also said that the contamination of frozen stuffed buns and friend pork rolls could...
by Marnette Federis | Feb 14, 2008
A top Chinese official said today the contaminated frozen dumplings that made 10 people in Japan ill was not a result of sabotage. The incident in December and January provoked tensions between the two countries and both sides...
by Marnette Federis | Feb 10, 2008
Experts say hundreds of people who reported having health problems in Japan after 10 fell ill from contaminated dumplings made in China may have mistakenly attributed their symptoms to food poisoning. The Yomiuri Shimbun reports...
by Liu Yong | Feb 7, 2008
From AFP: Japan on Thursday warned against rushing to the conclusion that Chinese dumplings behind a health scare here were intentionally poisoned, following allegations of politically motivated sabotage. A senior Chinese...
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