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Contaminated oil sent to China may be blended and grey marketed to an unsuspecting refinery


Contaminated oil stored at a pipeline terminal in Martinez, California has won rare export approval, and some is headed for China. This is an unusual event since California consumes all the oil it can produce or import. Where will it be used in China? According to the GCaptain shipping site, approximately 1 million gallons of oil … Continue reading

Chinese river mysteriously turns blood red overnight


A waterway in eastern China has mysteriously turned a blood red color. Residents in Zhejiang province said the river looked normal at 5 a.m. Beijing time on Thursday morning. Within an hour, the entire river turned crimson. Residents also said a strange smell wafted through the air. “The really weird thing is that we have … Continue reading

China to explore for seabed mining, develop deep-sea tourism


China has recruited six trainees of deep-sea submersible operators and been building its State Deep Sea Base in Qingdao. The six trainees will take a 2-year course and be certified operators after passing the examination. By that time, China will have eight deep-sea submersible operators. There are two female trainees among the six. It is … Continue reading

China’s Wanda unveils global domination plans


China’s Dalian Wanda Group has unveiled plans to become one of the world’s biggest film companies. At a glitzy ceremony in the port city of Qingdao, attended by top stars from China and Hollywood as well as senior Hollywood executives, Wanda chairman Wang Jianlin broke ground on a new mega studio. He also revealed alliances with Hollywood studios and … Continue reading

China: Woman abducted, sold and held captive for five years as wife of stranger


Ming Pao says in its report titled “Abducted woman rescued on train after 5 years”, “A woman was rescued on a train for Lanzhou after being abducted for 5 years. Two men were detained by the police for investigation Lanzhou Morning Daily said in its report on May 12 that when Qingdao-to-Lanzhou K1027 train left … Continue reading

Chinese Maserati owner smashes up his luxury car


A wealthy Chinese Maserati owner hired four sledgehammer-wielding men to smash-up his $420,000 super car in protest at poor customer service. The car owner, identified as Wang, had the group attack the Maserati Quattroporte at the opening of an auto show in the eastern city of Qingdao in Shandong province, the Qingdao Morning Post said. Video images … Continue reading

28,000 rivers disappeared in China


As recently as 20 years ago, there were an estimated 50,000 rivers in China, each covering a flow area of at least 60 square miles. But now, according to China’s First National Census of Water, more than 28,000 of these rivers are missing. To put this number into context, China’s lost rivers are almost equal, in … Continue reading

China to send first aircraft carrier on high seas voyage


China will send its first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, on a voyage on the high seas for the first time within a year, the state-run news agency Xinhua said on Friday. The Liaoning, purchased used from Ukraine and refurbished in China, has conducted more than 100 exercises and experiments since it was commissioned last year, … Continue reading

China: Liaoning aircraft carrier will have a squadron of aircraft this year


According to CCTV, in an interview with media, NPC (National People’s Congress–China’s parliament) deputy Zhang Yongyi disclosed that this year, the Liaoning “may conduct distant-water tests as such tests are indispensable for an aircraft carrier. Without exception, all aircraft carriers must undergo distant-water tests before its structure can be finalised and its combat capability can … Continue reading

China: Panasonic factory, Toyota dealership on fire as anti-Japan protests escalate


A Panasonic Corp. factory and a Toyota Motor Corp. dealership in China were damaged by fire as demonstrations over a territorial dispute with Japan widened, prompting Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda to urge the Chinese government to ensure the safety of its citizens. Smoke and flames were reported as coming from Panasonic’s electronic-parts plant in eastern … Continue reading

First batch of 20,000 North Korean workers in China


Hong Kong’s Singtao Daily reports: According to South  Korea’s  “Korean Daily”, the Chinese government is issuing work visas to allow 20,000 North Koreans to work in the three Northeast provinces. The Korean paper cites diplomatic sources in Seoul, that in order to ease the labour shortage in the three Northeast provinces, the authorities have decided … Continue reading

Rail officials get fired, then promoted, after fatal accident in China


Two railway officials dismissed from their posts after an accident in Shandong province four years ago, in which 72 people died, have been appointed to new senior positions, triggering an outcry online. Chen Gong , former chief of the Jinan Railway Bureau, now heads a state-owned company in charge of construction and the future management … Continue reading

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