Saturday, June 25, 2011
Flooding brings capital to standstill
Torrential rainstorms flooded the capital last night during rush hour, with deep water paralyzing many of the city's roads, subways and airports and challenging the city's drainage system.
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Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:40
89.2% - percentage of detained alleged drug smugglers that were foreign in the past three years, according to city customs authorities Wednesday
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:35
Beijing Barometer
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:24
Gucheng Middle School in Sichuan Province, severely affected during the Wenchuan Earthquake three years ago received a donation of 13,000 books from the BMW Warm Heart Fund last week.
Guitar help for homeless teens
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:23
Guitar China will stage its annual charity guitar concert at Tango on July 3. This year's concert is performed by The Fools and Wenfeng Modern Folk and proceeds will be donated to the Lighthouse Campaign launched by China Social Welfare Education Foundation.
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:21
Deciding whether or not to date someone is never an easy choice. Maybe you're just not looking for anything that serious or you're just not into the other person. Whatever the reason, we all try to approach the dating world carefully.
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:21
Who's gone from hero to zero this week in Beijing? Who has the halo of goodness shining above their heads, and whose dastardly deeds have plumbed the depths of depravity?
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:21
Taiwanese comedy-drama Night Market Hero was the third homegrown-hit (after Cape No. 7 in 2009 and Menga in 2010) to net a box office take of more than $100 million NT (25 million yuan).
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:13
Andy Lau is set to take a starring role in new Chinese big-budget movie Dwelling in the Fuchun Mountains.
Haunting love
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 08:04
Classic Kunqu Opera The Peony Pavilion was transformed into a modern mini-theater drama for the first time at Fengshang Theater Tuesday. The original was written by dramatist Tang Xianzu in 1598, during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644).
Commuter voices
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 05:42
The Global Times spoke with commuters last night about how the rain affected their journeys home, as well as how they thought the capital's drainage and public transportation systems held up under duress.
Transport under water pressure
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 05:38
Few facets of the Beijing urban area suffered more from last night's rains than the capital's transportation infrastructure.
Flooding brings capital to standstill
Source: Global Times Published: June 24, 2011 05:26
Torrential rainstorms flooded the capital last night during rush hour, with deep water paralyzing many of the city's roads, subways and airports and challenging the city's drainage system.
Watch this space
Source: Global Times Published: June 23, 2011 15:14
Music and architecture share a clandestine relationship, and Timothy Archambault knows their secret - space.  "I find empty space to be the most abstract thing in the world," explained the 40-year-old Beijing-based architect and musician in his expansive apartment - white walls, simply furnis...
YCIS Beijing’s Class of 2011 sets out on the road to success
Source: Global Times Published: June 23, 2011 15:07
Get some culture, then get sloshed with Dad
Source: Global Times Published: June 23, 2011 14:58
To get a head start on the entertainment, tonight Penghao Theater is putting on an adaptation of Harold Pinter's Ashes to Ashes. While the play is in Chinese, expect the bleakness to be translated through accompanying English subtitles. Head down to 35 Dongmianhua Hutong or check piao.com for ticket...
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