Forced abortion in China on woman seven months pregnant
Graphic images posted online showing the bloody corpse of a baby whose mother was allegedly forced to terminate her pregnancy at seven months have caused an uproar in China. Rights groups say authorities in north China’s Shaanxi province forced Feng Jianmei to abort her pregnancy on June 2 because she was unable to pay a … Continue reading »
Chinese official says lack of integrity is cause of food hazards
Ming Pao reports that Liu Peizhi, deputy director of the State Council Food Safety Office, says that lack of integrity is the root cause for food hazards, and that it is necessary to enhance integrity in society and build up a democratic legal system. He says failure to eliminate incidents of bad food such as … Continue reading »
Frequent sea tests for August commissioning of China’s aircraft carrier
According to a worldjournal.com report on June 10, China’s first aircraft carrier left for another sea test on June 7 after 6 days of rest. According to Hong Kong’s wenweipo.com, some commentators believe that such frequent sea tests prove that it will soon be commissioned. The Defence Ministry says that it is quite normal to … Continue reading »
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