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Christian Bale in China's Best Foreign Film Race Entry for Oscar

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As a priest, Christian Bale tries to save a group of women from the Rape of Nanking in a Chinese-made film "The Flowers of War".

"The Flowers of War" stars Bale as John Magee, an American priest in 1937 Nanking, which is under the imminent threat of a Japanese invasion. John Gillespie Magee witnessed Japanese war crimes at the time. He used a camera filming injuries of victims at the Nanjing University hospital, as well as in other parts of Nanking. This footage remains the most significant visual documentary record of this atrocities. He even sent a copy of the film to German Embassy in Nanjing at the time to reveal Japanese crimes.

The movie is shown for 20 minutes to buyers at the Toronto International Film Festival, and it has been submitted as China entry into the Foreign film race for this year's Oscars.

Last Updated on Sunday, 30 October 2011 14:31

Downtime and data loss

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Dear Jiangsu.NET visitors,

Our previous webhost had one day of outtage on October 7, 2011 and as a result, we switched to a new host. The switch did not go as smooth as expected and we lost two weeks of forum data. We sincerely apologize for this issue. On the brighter side, we expect that our website to be much faster and with less downtime at our new host.


Administration, Jiangsu.NET

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 October 2011 22:21

The 61st Miss World China 2011 contestants kick off

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Wuxi will be the city to host the final for this year’s Miss World China and Miss China 2011 will be crowned in Wuxi. This year's Miss China will represent China to compete the title for Miss World in finals that will be held in London in October 2011.

Miss World China 2011 contestants will appear in Shanghai, Huangshan and Wuxi during the finals, with the winner to be crowned in Wuxi on September 12 during the Mid-Autumn Festival. The contest is endorsed and sponsored by multiple companies and Wuxi, Shanghai and Huangshan Municiple governments between August 12 to September 12.

Last Updated on Sunday, 28 August 2011 17:15

It's time to taste moon cakes

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This year's Mid-Autumn Festival falls on September 12, the second most crucial festival only after the Spring Festival and just one day after the 10 anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Chinese people would travel back home for a family reunion with their family members, to have a dinner, to say together, to eat mooncakes, ...

This tradition of celebration of the heliday has a history of over 3,000 years. Sharing a mooncake is a ceremony and family members will go a shop to buy a cake from a bakery or supermarket.  When you visit a friend, the best way is to bring a good brand moon cake as your gift. You will see a lot of shops in selling countless moon cake brands.

Not every one from expatriate communities like the cake as you may feel too sweet or dislike its double egg yolks. But you could try and have a great fun with locals for the feast.



Last Updated on Monday, 19 September 2011 15:12

Your high speed train ticket may be cancelled or delayed

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After July train collision in high-speed lines, which killed 40 people, ticket sales for the bullet trains linking Shanghai with Beijing and Nanjing will be suspended while schedules are reorganized, the Shanghai Railway Bureau said last Thursday.

It said the suspension affects tickets for departures starting next Tuesday and gave no indication when it would end. If your tickets are among those you may get trouble when you reach railway station.

China's railway minister announced the moratorium on new rail projects Wednesday on the cabinet website and promised a nationwide safety inspection. He also announced further speed reductions in the top speed of bullet trains following cuts in April.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 August 2011 13:07

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