This year marks the 50th anniversary of Sino-Africa ties....starting with diplomatic relations with Egypt. During the first half of the year, Sino-African relations have geared up with a momentum of continuous official visits, from the top leadership level to ministry-level exchanges. The latest is the ongoing visit by China's Wen Jiabao, to Egypt. More, during the June 21 China Horizons.
The head of Japan's Democratic Party, Ichiro Ozawa, will visit China for three days in early July. While there, he is scheduled to meet with senior officials, including President Hu Jintao. CRI News and News and Reports will air updates.
Chinese law allows for the making of will to dispose of property after death. The law goes on to say that a citizen may, by making a will, designate one or more of the statutory successors to inherit his personal property. Unfortunately, although it's clearly stipulated in the law that a person's own will is the most decisive element in dividing legacy, not all of us realize the importance of free will. The June 6 Frontline reports some of the law's stipulations are causing problems for a family in northern China
Six months ago, a 10-year-old Chinese boy from central China's Hunan Province became known to the world as the first case of human bird flu in China. He was also the first one to be cured of H5N1. During the June 30 Life in China, we'll tell you how one fateful day in October changed the life of this child.
As oil prices keep rising, China is stepping up efforts to seek a replacement for crude oil. Possible replacements include natural gas, hydroelectric, solar and wind power. What's the outlook for this mission? The June 13 Biz China explains.
Monday--People in the Know
Thursday--Voices From Other Lands
Friday--Life in China
Saturday--CRI Roundup,Listeners Garden
Sunday--Report From Developing Countries, In the Spotlight