China's second aircraft carrier might conduct its first sea trials in February, military analysts said after Taiwan media reported that China's first aircraft carrier the Liaoning sailed near the island on Friday. China launched itsShow More Summary
A new solar highway in China perfectly captures its clean-energy ambitions Echo Huang, December 28, 2018 (Quartz) “…[Solar roads have been called impractical but in Jinan, the capital of China’s] northeastern Shandong province, traffic...Show More Summary
BEIJING (Reuters) - China has criticized officials in the industrialized province of Shandong for deceiving authorities to evade capacity cuts in the polluting coal, steel, aluminum and chemical sectors, and slammed another province for lying about closing golf courses.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China pointed its finger at local officials in Shandong, one of the country's most industrialized provinces, for deceiving authorities to evade capacity cuts in the polluting coal, steel, aluminum and chemical sectors.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Local officials in China's northern Shandong province have used fake data to help aluminum and steel producers avoid mandatory production curbs, the state-run China Youth Daily reported, citing a Ministry of Environmental Protection inspection team.
BEIJING (Reuters) - When an inspector from a local environmental protection bureau visited a small village in China's Shandong province in October to check on a gasification project, she said village officials became tearful in lamenting how far behind schedule they were.
SEOUL/BEIJING (Reuters) - China will allow travel agencies in Beijing and Shandong to partly resume sales of group tours to South Korea, in a sign of thawing relations between the nations that have been locked in a year-long diplomatic standoff.
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BEIJING (Reuters) - China's eastern Shandong province said on Thursday that it would tighten air control measures on 17 cities before the official winter heating season gets under way on Nov. 15.
DONGYING, China (Reuters) - China's crackdown on pollution is choking output of chemicals, fuels and other materials in Shandong province as plants curb or cut operations amid random environmental checks.
Shanghai (AFP) – Borussia Dortmund have signed an “exclusive partnership” with Chinese Super League side Shandong Luneng as the Bundesliga club attempt to expand their footprint in the Asian country. Dortmund are making a big push to...Show More Summary
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H2 Hybrid powered multirotor drone flying over sea from Penglai to Chang island in Shandong province, China. H2 Hybrid powersystem introduction: core weight:4kg; output power:1.8kw/continuous,2kw/peak; payload:3kg,…
[This is a follow up to "Preserved wife plum" (7/12/17), after which there ensued a vigorous and enlightening discussion on the terminology for plums, apricots, pastries, and so forth.] My wife was born in Shandong in 1936, but fled from the Japanese with her family to Sichuan before she was one year old, and she […]
Researchers in China have uncovered the skeletal remains of an unusually tall group of individuals who lived in China's Shandong province some 5000 years ago. With some reaching heights well over 1.8m, these Neolithic humans were a sign of things to come. More »
They’re being called “giants,” because headlines and hyperbole would be lost without each other, but in fact the late Neolithic skeletal remains discovered by archaeologists in Shandong, eastern China, are more accurately described as having belonged to men of greater than average height. Some of them are very tall even by modern standards, and markedly […]
In eastern China, 5,000 years ago, some of the people who lived there were unusually tall—giant, even, compared to most people living at that time. Archaeologists excavating a settlement in what’s now Shandong province have found 205 graves, and many of the men buried there would have been around 5’10” in height. Show More Summary
Sign on a tree in Qingdao, Shandong, sent in by Dean Barrett: xi?ox?n pèngtóu ???? ("be careful [not to] hit your head") zhùyì bìràng ???? ("pay attention to avoid") We've seen xi?ox?n pèngtóu ???? ("be careful [not to] hit your head") translated in many different ways. For a list of nearly two dozen Chinglish variants, […]