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India and China sign $22bn-worth of deals  India has signed trade and economic co-operation deals worth $22bn ($14bn) in Shanghai as PM Narendra Modi's visit to China draws to a close China punishes stampede officials  China says four district officials have been sacked over a stampede on New Year's Eve in Shanghai's Bund district that left 36 people dead Shanghai crush: Xi Jinping orders investigation  China's President Xi Jinping has demanded an investigation into Shanghai New Year's Eve crush that killed 36 people and injured 47 35 killed, 42 injured in Shanghai stampede  The deaths and injuries occurred at Shanghai's popular riverfront Bund area, which can be jammed with spectators for major events
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India and China sign $22bn-worth of deals  India has signed trade and economic co-operation deals worth $22bn ($14bn) in Shanghai as PM Narendra Modi's visit to China draws to a close China punishes stampede officials  China says four district officials have been sacked over a stampede on New Year's Eve in Shanghai's Bund district that left 36 people dead   Shanghai crush: Xi Jinping orders investigation  China's President Xi Jinping has demanded an investigation into Shanghai New Year's Eve crush that killed 36 people and injured 47 35 killed, 42 injured in Shanghai stampede Map of Bund Shanghai China  The deaths and injuries occurred at Shanghai's popular riverfront Bund area, which can be jammed with spectators for major events Golf: Bubba wonder shot in China win  Bubba Watson secured his first World Golf Championship title and first win outside of the United States Sunday British GSK investigator on trial in China   Peter Humphrey and his wife are being tried in China for illegally trafficking personal data Metal dust 'behind deadly China blast'   A metal dust explosion was probably to blame for the blast that tore through a plant in eastern China on Saturday, killing dozens, officials say China factory blast kills at least 65 Map of Kunshan Jiangsu China


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   At least 65 people were killed Saturday by an explosion at an eastern Chinese automotive parts factory that supplies General Motors
2014 Jul.15       BRICS nations to create $100bn development bank   The leaders of the five Brics countries have signed a deal to create a new $100bn development bank and emergency reserve fund 2014 May.19   China gives Putin a diplomatic boost  Russian President, facing diplomatic isolation in the West over Ukraine, has received a boost on an official visit to China 2014 Apr.20   Hat-trick for Lewis Hamilton in Mercedes one-two  Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two at the Chinese Grand Prix as Nico Rosberg clung on to his lead in the F1 world championship title race

year 2013 Top ^

2013 Oct.13   Novak Djokovic sees off resurgent Juan Martin Del Potro  Novak Djokovic demonstrated yet again by rebuffing the considerable challenge mounted by Juan Martin Del Potro to retain his Shanghai Masters title 2013 Sep.28     China launches free trade zone in Shanghai  China launched a free trade zone in its commercial hub Shanghai, with the project seen as a testing ground for much-needed reforms 2013 Sep.11       China fire rattles world chip supply chain   A fire at the vast SK Hynix facility, a giant Chinese factory making almost one sixth of the world's supply of a key high-tech component 2013 Aug.31     China chemical leak 'kills 15'  A chemical leak of liquid ammonia from a cold storage unit in Shanghai has killed 15 people, according to China's official news agency 2013 Aug.13   Northeast Asia suffers under severe heat wave  A Japanese city has experienced the highest temperature ever in the country. The S. Korean government is clamping down on the use of A/C 2013 Aug.2     China's tallest building nears finish in Shanghai  At 632 meters, the Shanghai Tower in the city's Pudong district is the world's second-tallest building, surpassed only by Dubai's Burj Khalifa   China fines US healthcare giant  The healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson has become the latest foreign company to be accused of misconduct in China 2013 Jul.30   China issues alert for Shanghai heat  Temperatures in parts of China have hit record highs, prompting an emergency level-two nationwide heat alert for the first time 2013 Apr.15   China: Bird flu cases climb to 60  Two more people infected with a rare strain of bird flu in China died over the weekend, as the number of human cases of H7N9 climbed to 60 2013 Apr.14   Alonso grabs China win on 'perfect Sunday'  The Ferrari driver, who clinched his first win of the season, moved up to third in the drivers' standings following his success 2013 Apr.12       Death toll climbs to 10 in bird flu crisis
  The death toll in China's bird flu crisis stood at 10, as Hong Kong authorities announced plans to test all poultry imported from the mainland 2013 Apr.9   China bird flu crisis claims new victim  China's bird flu crisis showed no sign of easing Tuesday, as another person was reported to have died from the virus 2013 Apr.5       20,000 birds slaughtered as bird flu death toll rises
  Chinese authorities have killed more than 20,000 birds from a live-poultry trading zone in Shanghai after an unusual strain of bird flu
 Shanghai markets close over bird flu
2013 Apr.4   Bird flu claims 4th victim in China  Two more people in China have died from the H7N9 bird flu virus, raising the country's death toll to five 2013 Mar.31       Two men die of bird flu in China  Two men have died in the Chinese city of Shanghai, after contracting a strain of bird flu not previously known in humans 2013 Mar.12     China river pig toll nears 6,000
  Officials say the number of pig carcasses found in Shanghai's Huangpu River has risen to nearly 6,000
2013 Mar.11   Hundreds of dead pigs fished from Chinese river  At least 2,800 dead pigs have been fished from a Shanghai river since Friday, but authorities insist that tap water in the city is still safe to drink 2013 Feb.19     Report: Chinese military leading cyberattacks   An American cybersecurity firm has linked one of the world's most prolific groups of computer hackers in Shanghai to the Chinese government 2013 Feb.18   China footballers banned for match fixing  China's football association has banned 33 players and officials for life after a 3-year probe. The Shanghai Shenhua club was also fined

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2012 Nov.4   China event wins PGA Tour status  HSBC Champions tournament has been upgraded to a full U.S. PGA Tour event, and will become part of the schedule for the FedEx Cup playoffs 2012 Oct.14   Djokovic beats Murray in Shanghai final  Novak Djokovic saved five match points before beating defending Shanghai Masters champion Andy Murray in 3-set final of breathtaking intensity 2012 Apr.15   Rosberg races to first win  Nico Rosberg tasted grand prix success at his 111th attempt with a faultless drive to win the Chinese Grand Prix

year 2011 Top ^

2011 Nov.6   Superb Kaymer powers to HSBC win  World number six Martin Kaymer carded a superb final round nine-under-par 63 to win the HSBC Champions tournament by three strokes 2011 Oct.30   McIlroy wins Shanghai Masters in playoff  U.S. Open champion Rory McIlroy won $2 million in the Shanghai Masters, beating Anthony Kim with a par on the first hole of a playoff 2011 Aug.6   Chinese coast evacuated for storm  Authorities have evacuated more than 200,000 people from its east coast as the region braces itself for its most powerful typhoon in year 2011 Jul.26   Lochte pips Phelps to gold  A fightback from Ryan Lochte secured a thrilling victory over Michael Phelps in the men's 200m freestyle at the World Championships 2011 Apr.17   Hamilton ends Vettel's winning run  McLaren's Lewis Hamilton secured the British-based team's first win of the 2011 Formula One season at an eventful Chinese Grand Prix

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2010 Dec.16   Fire highlights China's growth problem  Work by unlicensed welders, multi-layered sub-contracting and poor management all contributed to a fire killed 58 residents 2010 Nov.16     High-rise fire killed 53  Eight suspects have been detained. At least 70 other people were injured, 15 critically, in the fire in Jing'an district. Another 50 people were missing 2010 Nov.7   Molinari pips No.1 Westwood  Italy's Francesco Molinari held off the challenge of Lee Westwood to win the WGC-HSBC Champions tournament by a single shot 2010 Oct.30   Farewell to huge Expo  Shanghai is bidding farewell to the World Expo - a six-month event showcasing China's rise in the world 2010 Oct.17   Murray beats Federer to win Masters   Andy Murray defeated an error-prone Roger Federer 6-3, 6-2 Sunday to win the Shanghai Masters for his second title of the year 2010 May.23   Clinton presses China on business access  U.S. Secretary of State pressed for greater commercial access for U.S. businesses in China, urging Beijing for a 'level playing field' 2010 Apr.30     Shanghai rolls out record world's expo
  Up to $58 billion has been pumped into the local economy in preparations for Expo 2010, which runs from May 1 to October 31 2010 Apr.18   Jenson Button won a rain-hit Grand Prix  The burning question is how F1's 12 teams will get their sizeable loads of personnel and equipment back to Europe 2010 Mar.29     Rio Tinto executives jailed
  A court has sentenced an Australian mining executive to 10 years for bribery and stealing commercial secrets in the Rio Tinto case 2010 Mar.21   4 Tio Tinto employees on trial for bribery  Four employees of international mining group have gone on trial, charged with bribery and commercial espionage
 Australian Stern Hu and his 3 Chinese colleagues have been held in detention since July 2009


year 2009 Top ^

2009 Nov.15   Obama addresses China youth forum  President Barack Obama is beginning his first visit to China as US leader with a town hall-style meeting with young people   Obama begins China visit  At local markets, the government officials banned a popular Obama shirt over fears that it would offend their guest 2009 Nov.8   Phil Mickelson held his nerve at final hole  World No. 2 ends a difficult year on a high with a one-shot victory at the HSBC Champions tournament 2009 Oct.18   Davydenko beats Nadal in Shanghai final  Nikolay Davydenko came out on top in a high-quality final with top seed Rafael Nadal to win the Shanghai Masters title in 7-6 6-3 straight sets 2009 Jul.21       Darkness envelops Asia during eclipse
  Darkness fell across parts of China and India as a total solar eclipse passed across the world's most populous countries
 Stargazers and scientists travelled far to see the eclipse, which lasted six minutes and 39 seconds at its maximum point
2009 Apr.19   Motor show gears up  The Shanghai motor show has got under way, one of the few countries in the world where the automobile market is growing   Vettel gives Red Bull first F1 win in China  German Sebastian Vettel won a rain-hit Chinese Grand Prix from Australian team-mate Mark Webber as Red Bull Racing claimed a one-two finish

year 2008 Top ^

2008 Dec.31   Record stock market falls in 2008  Global markets saw record falls as the financial turmoil and slowdown ended the stock market boom. Shanghai is ending the year 65% lower 2008 Nov.25   Police killer executed  A 28-year-old Yang Jia convicted of killing 6 policemen has been executed. He forced his way into a police station and stabbed the men 2008 Nov.16   Inspired Djokovic claims Masters Cup  3rd-ranked Novak Djokovic made a 6-1, 7-5 win over Russia's Nikolay Davydenko in final to end a six-month title drought 2008 Jul.24   China: Olympic terror plot foiled  Police have 'cracked' an international terrorist group that was planning to attack Olympic venues 2008 Jun.10   Asian markets drop  China's most-watched index plunging 7.7%, as investors reacted to the country's latest move to tighten credit and restrain inflation 2008 Jan.18   Brown sees 'green' sites in China  The prime minister is visiting a 'clean' power station outside Beijing before heading to Shanghai to see a new 'eco-city' 2008 Jan.3   Formula 1 exec jailed  Yu Zhifei, the former Formula One racing boss in China, has been sentenced to four years in jail for embezzlement

year 2007 Top ^

2007 Nov.18   Federer is just too hot for Ferrer  Top-ranked won his fourth Masters Cup title in 5 years when he overwhelmed Spaniard David Ferrer 6-2 6-3 6-2 2007 Nov.17   Federer dominates Nadal  World number one Roger Federer played a stunning second set to floor his closest rival 6-4 6-1 and reach the final of the season-ending Masters Cup 2007 Nov.11   Mickelson wins HSBC Champions  After nearly blowing a tournament, Phil Mickelson rallied to take the tournament on the second hole of a 3-way playoff against Fisher and Westwood 2007 Oct.7   Hamilton's crash gives rivals hope  Championship leader spun out of the Chinese Grand Prix to send the world title race to a cliffhanger finale in Brazil on October 21 2007 Sep.30   Germany retain women's World Cup  Germany became the first team to successfully defend the women's World Cup when they beat Brazil 2-0, with goals from Prinz and Laudehr 2007 Sep.20   Typhoon Wipha: 9 dead, 2.7M flee  Typhoon weakened as it slammed China with strong winds and torrential rains 2007 Sep.19   Typhoon Wipha whips China, weakens  The typhoon flooded streets and prompted mass evacuations as it swept through eastern China 2007 Sep.18       Millions flee as typhoon rips into China
  Wipha slammed into the coast south of Shanghai as authorities moved 2 million people following forecasts
 Huge waves hitting the shore as soldiers worked in pouring rain to help residents to move to temporary shelters
2007 Sep.17   Typhoon alert Shanghai evacuated  Some 200,000 people are being evacuated as a powerful typhoon barrels towards China's east coast 2007 Jun.1   Vice premier Huang Ju dies at 68  A key ally of former President Jiang Zemin climbed the ranks of Shanghai politics to join the Communist Party's inner sanctum of power 2007 May.18   Africa's borrowing itch a theme  African Development Bank annual meeting: A debt write-offs by international financial institutions and Western governments is $50 billion 2007 Mar.2   China stocks buck wider Asia woes  Stock markets in Asia have continued to tumble, despite gains for China's main index
 Shanghai Composite Index closed 1.23% higher
2007 Feb.27     Shanghai Composite index sank 8.8%
  European shares experienced their biggest one-day percentage fall in nearly four years
 Stocks plummeted and safe-haven government bonds surged around the globe after the biggest daily loss in a decade on China's main stock market


year 2006 Top ^

2006 Nov.19   Federer overwhelms Blake in final  Roger Federer is claiming his third Masters Cup title 6-0, 6-3, 6-4 in championship match 2006 Nov.16   Nalbandian and Federer reach semis  Defending champion Nalbandian knocked Andy Roddick out with a 6-2 7-6 victory over the American 2006 Oct.1   Schumacher heads Alonso on F1 wins  Ferrari swept to a sensational victory at a rain-soaked Chinese Grand Prix to seize the Formula One championship 2006 Apr.23   Fernandez-Castano takes Asian Open  Gonzalo is winning a playoff against Sweden's Henrik Stenson

year 2005 Top ^

2005 Aug.5   Million evacuated as typhoon hits  Authorities evacuated more than 1 million people as Matsa slammed into the coast of southeast of Shanghai 2005 May.2   Flawless Els closes gap on Singh  World number 3 is cruising to a 13-shot victory at the thunderstorm-hit Asian Open in Shanghai 2005 Apr.15   Thousands join anti-Japan protest  In Shanghai, protesters, carrying Chinese flags, threw stones and other missiles at the Japanese consulate

year 2004 Top ^

2004 Sep.25   Shanghai shock as Schumacher spins  Barrichello gave Ferrari pole position, but his team mate skidded to the back of the grid 2004 Feb.13   Bird flu outbreak hits Shanghai  World Health Organization could not rule out the possibility of human infection in China 2004 Jan.30   Deadly bird flu spreading  Deadly virus had struck in 3 provinces, possibly 2 more and perhaps the financial capital of Shanghai