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Record Profits Posted By Chinese Banks While Slowdown Looms Ahead

Record Profits Posted By Chinese Banks While Slowdown Looms Ahead

It has been made clear that a slowdown can be seen quite near after wonderful profits recorded for the first quarter by Chinese banks.

Google Seems To Fade While Baidu’s Out On A Roll

Google Seems To Fade While Baidu’s Out On A Roll

It has been reported that the leading Internet search engine of China, Baidu, seems to be on a roll, as their earnings for the first quarter has surpassed all expectations, by turning out to be a whopping amount which is actually more than double of what was forecast.

HIV Positive Visitors Free to Visit China, Government Lifts Ban

HIV Positive Visitors Free to Visit China, Government Lifts Ban

The Chinese Cabinet, the State Council, revealed that the Government had revoked the ban on entry for people suffering from HIV/AIDS. It was stated that the Government has amended and revised the Border Quarantine Law on April 19. The changes will come into effect immediately.

China Issues Amended Rules: HIV/AIDS and Leprosy Patients Permitted Entry

China Issues Amended Rules: HIV/AIDS and Leprosy Patients Permitted Entry

In a new turn if an events, China has annulled the ban on people suffering from HIV/AIDS, entering the country.

Health Care Problems in China Grows

Health Care Problems in China Grows

It was told by Da Yong, from Harbin, in the far north of China, that in the cold weather he stood for six outside the Peking University Medical College hospital waiting for his turn. There were 15 patients in front of him.

Smoking Among Doctors, A Big Concern For China

Smoking Among Doctors

A latest media report has confirmed that 60% of the doctors in China cannot give up their habit of smoking. This has created signs of worry.

WuXi for $1.6bn to be purchased by Charles River

WuXi for $1.6bn to be purchased by Charles River

It has been reported that the US drug research firm, Charles River Laboratories, has approved to purchase Wuxi PharmaTech, a Chinese rival, for US$1.6bn, since western pharmaceutical firms raise outsourcing of their study and progress services to the east.

80 Fall Sick after Eating at a Restaurant in Beijing

80 Fall Sick after Eating at a Restaurant in Beijing

On Saturday it was told by the police and the health authorities that around 80 people suffered from nausea and vomiting after eating at a restaurant in Beijing. They had a 16 course lunch at the restaurant at Shuian Shanba, in the outer district of Huairou.

Japanese Carmakers Plan to Focus on Small Cars in China

Japanese Carmakers Plan to Focus on Small Cars in China

Leading Japanese carmakers Toyota and Honda are planning to catch up with Chinese home grown companies for a bigger market share. According to reports, both these companies posted a growth of 21%and 23% in China in the year 2009.

China's Lang Lang Used iPad instead of Piano

Lang Lang

China's Lang Lang, who is one of the world's most dazzling piano players, took the iPad to a place it has surely never been. He proved that the device has astonishing versatility. He surprised the audience when he emerged on the stage clutching an iPad. The iPad is a much hyped device that can play many roles. So, people should not under estimate the potential of iPad.

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