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China's soccer shame

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China's soccer team has been called the national shame. We can also say that Chinese soccer fans are the most tolerant comparing with fans in other countries.

Their joy knows no bounds when the China wins, because victory has always been an elusive luxury for the mediocre national men's team of talented but unprofessional players. And they keep their frustrations in check when China loses and, without complaining much, pin their hopes on the next game.


Nanjing school student's Egyptian temple shame

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Nanjing schoolboy's shame

A middle school boy from Nanjing sparked a great national outrage when he defaced an ancient Egyptian temple.

A picture posted online showed the words "Ding Jinhao was here" in Chinese characters on a relief in the Luxor Temple. The words "was here" were in larger characters. The post prompted an online search which revealed Ding's identity, his date of birth and his primary school.

Last Updated on Friday, 28 June 2013 14:09

Visiting Yancheng the Former ‘Salt City’

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Yancheng is one of the fastest developing cities in China. With so many unique tourist attractions and even one of the wonders of the world, this country is a popular tourist destination, and yet it is so vast that tourists do not really know all the different provinces and areas they can visit to have a spectacular holiday in China. When visiting the city of Yancheng, often nicknamed the Salt City due to the salt harvesting fields all around the city, there is much to see in terms of China’s massive cultural development over recent years, moving away from their salt-based economy towards manufacturing and green energy.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 01 May 2013 06:06

Jiangsu's H7N9 pandamic seems to come to an end

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Jiangsu.NET has tracked down the development for H7N9 Avian Influenza pandemic cases identified in many cities of Jiangsu, including Nanjing, Suzhou, Changzhou, Suqian and Wuxi since March this year.

In May, 4 H7N9 avian flu patients were discharged from Gulou Hospital in Nanjing on May 15. A simple send-off ceremony was held by the hospital.

Gulou Hospital is one of hospitals where has admitted 6 H7N9 cases since March 27, among whom 2 are still in critical condition, including Nanjing’s first H7N9 patient, surnamed Xu from Jiangning District. Though still in ICU, Ms. Xu can already breathe without the aid of respirator. Another ICU patient is also recovering. Many other hospitals have have also admitted other bird flue patients.

Last Updated on Monday, 03 June 2013 15:43

Jiangsu found 4 more H7N9 bird flu cases

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China's CCTV reports four more cases of H7N9 avian influenza in 4 cities of Jiangsu province after Shanghai reported earlier 2 cases.

According to the Jiangsu provincial health bureau, the four patients were all in critical condition and receiving emergency treatment. Only one patient, a butcher, is known to have had contact with poultry. The four cities are Nanjing, Suzhou, Changzhou and Suqian

Last Updated on Thursday, 04 April 2013 13:31

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