The much known confusion over major outage in China of Google Inc.'s search sites on Tuesday uncovered one of the major remarkable aspects of the Chinese Government's Internet censorship apparatus: It is designed to be obscure.
By Wednesday, the access to the search sites were revealed to be normal, however, searches for some terms, were prohibited.
It has been reported through data which had been compiled by two industrial surveys, which compete against each other, that the manufacturing activity of China had picked up considerably in the month of March with the PMI rising to 55.1 from what was 52.0 in the month of February and it seems that it was time for the withdrawal of the stimulus by the Government in a more aggressive sense as the
Yvonne Song, who is suffering from aplastic anemia, is in need of stem cell transplant. She is waiting for a stem cell match and is one of around 20 Chinese-Canadians who are waiting for the same.
In order to make an appeal to the Canadians, so that they may come forward to donate stem cell and bone marrow, she shared her story at First Markham Place on Saturday.
Bee therapy is considered a panacea to treat various kinds of diseases, according to the doctors in China. The results of the therapy have been remarkable. It has been practiced in China for more than 3,000 years.
Doctor Zhang, who is a traditional medicine practitioner at Beijing's Kang Tai clinic, affirmed that the results of bee therapy speak for themselves.
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