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Shanghai Train Commuter

After the horrific high speed train crash in Wenzhou on 23rd July, and also the train crash in Shanghai on September 25, it is no wonder that this Shanghainese wears helmet, knee and elbow protection on the train. (screenshot).

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Beijing Cages Media as Swine Flu Hits PDF Print E-mail
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Wang Xi   

On June 11, 2009, the World Health Organization declared a level 6 swine flu pandemic, the first time since the Hong Kong flu in 1968 killed an estimated 1 million people. There have been 141 confirmed swine flu deaths worldwide and 27,737 cases reported worldwide.

Facing these dire circumstances, Chinese authorities issued a “Media Control” order on May 2, 2009 restricting television, newspapers and Internet websites from reporting news of the pandemic without proper permission.

The Beijing Internet Management Office, responsible for overseeing all registered websites in Beijing, notified all news website registrants on May 2, 2009 that they were prohibited from “spreading rumors.” All major news websites...

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Cover Up Of Hand-Foot-Mouth Diease Exposed PDF Print E-mail
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Chinese Web news   

Only 1 out of 10 hand-foot-and-mouth disease deaths in Minquan County are actually reported

According to a Hong Kong TV, a team from the “Social Visibility” program hosted by Zeng Zimo went to Minquan County, Kaifeng City, Henan Province to thoroughly investigate the deaths of hand-foot-and-mouth disease victims. Their discovery: only 1 death was reported, when the actual number was 10.

Several issues raise immediate concern:

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Communist Leaders Special Food Supply PDF Print E-mail
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Wang Xi   

There is a world of difference in food for Chinese communist party leaders and general Chinese citizens.

Since the milk powder disaster was disclosed to the public in September 2008, official reports put the number of babies with medical conditions related to the ingestion of toxic milk at three hundred thousand, with six confirmed deaths by the government (the true figures are yet to be determined).

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Deadly Fabrication Of famous Mao Tai PDF Print E-mail
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Wang Xi   

Mao Tai liquer has been famous in China for many years, but Chinese people have concerns that fake Maotai may have been on the market for over 20 years.

On 4th Jan 2009, in response to a local residents’ report, the Trade and Industry Branch of the Central Plains (Commercial & Industrial...

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Fake Eggs In China for 10 Years PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

Fake eggs have been sold in the markets of Xiamen. According to Chinese local media reports, the 'business' was "running strong" more then 10 years ago.

People who bought the eggs found that they could not separate the yolk from the white; even stranger, once cooked the egg yolk bounced like a ball. What appeared a genuine boiled egg acted like a rubber ball, the higher it was thrown the higher it bounced.

Instead of smelling like a fresh egg, they also had a plastic...

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A Mysterious Stone Can Change Color PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

A peasant, surnamed Ma, from Zhangjia Zheng, Jiaozhou county, Qingdao Province contacted the local newspaper, to say that he had found a stone in the field about 10 years ago, whcih changes color. He had asked a few institutions to verify this stone, but no one knew what it is.

According to Qingdao...

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Twin Brothers Marry Twin Sisters PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

On 28th March, twin brothers, Zheng Shouwei and Zheng Shouhua, married twin sisters, Fu Jing and Fu Jie from a nearby village of Jiaozhou county, Shandong province.

The grooms are almost exactly same height, same voice and features, and villagers always find it hard to distinguish them. the situation is just the same for the twin sisters.

To avoid the guests getting...

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"Why doesn't he have a son?" PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

An 85 year old man, Cheng Baoping was found dead on 1st of April in a village of Taihe county, Anhui province. The villagers realized that he had died of hunger and condemned the village leader for not offering help.

According to local media in Anhui Province, the old man had lived with his son and survivd for 40 years by planting crops.

2 years ago, their small house was burnt down, they had no money to build new house, so the old man had to live in the ruins of their house...

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Wild Animals Reclaim Territory PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

Typhoon turns Jiaming Lake into wild animal safe haven once again.

According to Taiwan News, the area adjacent to Jiaming Lake in eastern Taiwan has once again emerged as a paradise for wild animals three months after Typhoon Morakot damaged hiking trails to the scenic mountain lake.

Extreme torrential rains triggered landslides in many of Taiwan's mountain regions, including the...

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Expensive Junk From China PDF Print E-mail
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Web blogger   

An Australian Chinese, Chen Yan-ping, spent 80,006 yuan to purchase a set of the finest rosewood furniture from a rosewood furniture store located at Huaihai Road in Shanghai, Zun Yi Xuan Village. However, when the goods were delivered, she found that the furniture did not match the samples she was shown in the store: the high-grade rosewood furniture turned out to be made of rotten wood. Miss Chen could not find a way to lodge complaints and decided to take the company to court. However...

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How To Buy Houses without Money PDF Print E-mail
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Luke Hu   

An Internet post recently disclosed that real estate developers and speculators buy and stock up on properties without paying money. Moreover, bank loans are contributing to soaring housing prices in China, according to the writer.

The posting has prompted quite a stir in online forums. Real estate speculators purchase houses through bank loans and then sell them at a high price to unwitting investors. Alternatively, they keep increasing the price of a house by refinancing the...

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Poisoning is Occupational Hazard for Chinese Workers PDF Print E-mail
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Yu Tang   

The term 'Professional diseases' may be not a new concept in China, but it is definitely not well comprehended by the Chinese people, as far as it's related issues such as how to prevent, how to treat, and where and with whom the responsibility lies.

In December 2009, 16 female workers at Shengzhen Dezhenchang Science Ltd. (In Chinese...

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New Concept in Bus Ticket Selling PDF Print E-mail
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China Uncensored Staff   

Public transport in China has not improved although the country's GDP figure keeps rising; but one bus ticket seller has worked out a solution for overcrowding by utilizing the space above passangers head sto sell tickets.

These photos were posted by a Chinese web blogger in GuangDong province.

Chinese bloggers are delighted, and...

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