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Fowl Play? China to Serve as Middleman in Chicken Processing


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Chickens in the Bus, Shanghai, China, Photo by Gigi

Michael Ransom, Senior Correspondent Last Modified: 14:21 p.m. DST, 05 April 2014 WASHINGTON, DC – In case you were looking for another reason to try a vegetarian diet, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) will likely allow the exportation of U.S. grown chickens to China for processing and packaging. China’s limited food regulations have […]

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Liu Han, Forbes’ Listed Sichuan Billionaire Arrested as Triad Boss



Liu Han, Chinese Billionaire Tycoon, Photo Courtesy of South China Morning Post

Ayanna Nahmias, Editor-in-Chief Last Modified: 00:46 a.m. EDT, 22 February 2014 BEIJING, China – The average American is most familiar with China as a manufacturer of low costs products which make our lives easier and more affordable in these economically challenging times. From tooth paste, to pet food, from home furnishing, to kitchen appliances, the […]

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Loss of Innocence for Syria’s Female Refugees



Zaatari Refugee Camp at Dusk, Photo by Emad Zyuob

Jessica Tanner, Staff Writer Last Modified: 15:44 p.m. DST, 1 July 2013 The Syrian women describe how even going to the bathroom in the Zaatari camps can be a threat. “There is no light, if we come in here there could be a guy hiding or something,” one of them says. None of the female […]

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The Hunt for Edward Snowden



Edward Snowden Flees to Russia, Photo by Effer Lecebe

Jessica Tanner, Staff Writer Last Modified: 01:41 a.m. DST, 26 June 2013 MOSCOW, Russia – As the hunt for Edward Snowden continues, it appears that Snowden is the one with the upper hand. Although, the whereabouts of the computer contractor who revealed confidential information about The National Security Agency’s surveillance programs are still virtually unknown. […]

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China Earthquake Kills 189



Chinese Earth Quake, Photo by Wen Chuan

Alex Hamasaki, Student Intern Last Modified: 21:10 DST, 25 April 2013 YA’AN, CHINA – After a powerful earthquake on Saturday, China is continuing a massive rescue operation in the Sichuan province. The earthquake left at least 189 dead and more than 11,500 injured, reports BBC News. Thousands of survivors have been forced to seek refuge […]

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