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Canadian green building centre to open in China
Partnership between Vancouver Global Green, Tianjin Eco-City second deal announced from Vancouver Green Capital Business Mission
Sep 14th, 2010
Weird around the world
Chicken McNuggets, the real life cat lady, a DJ dog and many more weird stories from around the world
Aug 10th, 2010
China then and now: a whole new cup of tea
What a difference 20 years makes. When I was last in China, I was a young, fresh-faced guide, escorting groups around this newly opened tourist destination. Back then, foreign tourists were a...
Peter ter Weeme
Jun 25th, 2010
The World Cup and the real world
The South Korean ship sunk by North Korea is one of a number of political problems which are ongoing at the same time as the World Cup.
Jun 16th, 2010
Location of monument to Chinese-Canadian veterans ineffective
A statue seeking to honour the contributions of Chinese Canadian soldiers and railway workers remains somewhat obscure in Chinatown.
Jun 4th, 2010
Record-breaking temperatures in Asia lead to death and climate instability
Only two places on earth have ever been hotter than Asia is today. One is Death Valley.
Jun 2nd, 2010
Vancouver is the world's Green Capital and at Vancouver Pavilion at Shanghai Expo 2010, the world found out
With an expected 70 million visitors over 6 months and an estimated 200,000 visitors daily, the Shanghai World Exposition has drawn participation from more than 242 countries, cities and non-profit...
Anna Ling Kaye
May 26th, 2010
Vancouver 2010 Olympics Made in China
China may not have won all the top medals, but the nation took home a lot of Olympic gold.
Mar 24th, 2010