Shanghai McNuggets Found to Contain Traces of Actual Chicken

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

SHANGHAI — China’s latest food scandal deepened this week when government investigators found that McNuggets from several McDonald’s franchises in Shanghai contained traces of actual chicken.

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Xi Jinping Barred from Cuba After Attempting to Steal Castro’s Elixir of Life

Monday, July 28, 2014
Xi Jinping with Fidel Castro

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Chinese President Xi Jinping was ejected from Cuba partway through his state visit last week after a bungled attempt to steal Cuban leader Fidel Castro’s fabled elixir of life.

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Guo Meimei Arrested for Gambling on World Cup

Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Three years after causing a crisis of confidence in the Red Cross Society of China, Internet celebrity Guo Meimei has been arrested for illegal gambling after she posted about it on Weibo. Here are the feelings of the Chinese people.

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CCTV to Rebroadcast China’s 2002 World Cup Appearance Instead of 2014 Finals

Friday, July 11, 2014
China national football team

BEIJING — Chinese state broadcaster CCTV announced this week that it plans to air all three games of China’s 2002 World Cup appearance in lieu of the 2014 grand finals.

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Pepe Red-Carded for Headbutting World Cup Panda

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

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After 1 Year, Zhou Yongkang Investigators Have Yet to Find Evidence of Corruption

Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Zhou Yongkang

BEIJING — It has been nearly a year since authorities began investigating Zhou Yongkang on charges of corruption and abuse of power, yet investigators have turned up nothing that could incriminate the former security chief.

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Minister of Education Strongly Advises Daughter to Study Abroad

Friday, July 4, 2014
Minister of Education Zhou Deyang

BEIJING — On Monday, China’s Minister of Education Zhou Deyang strongly advised his daughter to study abroad after learning that she was intent on attending a Chinese college, sources say.

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