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71. learning | 26 Dec 2012
About high speed rail
» 8 hour high speed rail link now connects the capital Beijing to China's most important southern city Guangzhou.
72. opinion | 17 May 2013
» After checking old news clippings of mine and listening to security officers on the ground, I've come to believe the government has not been very successful in tackling the separatist movement in the far South.
73. business | 02 May 2013
» At 7.7%, China's annual gross domestic product growth in the first quarter of this year was slower than many expected. While the data were hardly devastating relative to a consensus forecast of 8.2%, many (including ...
74. news | 21 May 2013
» The "biggest power outage ever" in Thailand blacked out 14 southern provinces Tuesday evening, plunging almost the entire South into blackness for lengthy periods.
75. learning | 20 Dec 2011
» Swollen rivers & landslides sweep thousands out to sea in the middle of the night as they sleep.
76. news | 05 May 2013
» Malaysia's 13th general election has spiced up the already enthusiastic efforts towards self-rule in Thailand's deep South, but activists maintain the key players in the quest for "Patani administration" are actu...
77. news | 23 May 2013
» The massive blackout in the South on Tuesday night was not a deliberate act to justify building new coal-fired power plants in the South, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra says.
78. news | 31 Mar 2013
» The majority of people in the far South agree with the ongoing peace dialogue between Thai authorities and separatists, according to a survey conducted by Deep South Watch, which monitors the southern violence.
79. business | 17 May 2013
» Minor International Plc (MINT) expects to see its first profit in eight years from its restaurant operation in China.
80. news | 07 Apr 2013
» Boxing was banned in China under Mao Zedong because it was deemed too Western and too violent.