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Baiyun Airport Recovers from Massive Delay
Baiyun Airport Recovers from Massive Delay

Updated:1364893159Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

On March 28, the airport recorded 100 flights delayed over an hour at 4:20pm, making the highest 'red' warning issued. The situation turned better on March 29, but the 'red' warning reappeared on March 30 at 3:12pm.
Minister Admits Possibility of WeChat Charge
Minister Admits Possibility of WeChat Charge

Updated:1364892083Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Minister of industry and information technology of China said it is "reasonable" if mobile operators charge users, other than data usage, for using WeChat.
Two Chinese Die from H7N9 Bird Flu
Two Chinese Die from H7N9 Bird Flu

Updated:1364803295Source:Xinhua

The victims include an 87-year-old male in Shanghai who got sick on Feb. 19 and died on March 4, a 27-year-old male in Shanghai who became ill on Feb. 27 and died on March 10.
China's First Lady Makes Guangzhou Fashion a Sudden Hit
China's First Lady Makes Guangzhou Fashion a Sudden Hit

Updated:1364802403Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

President Xi began his trip with visits to Russia, Tanzania, South Africa and Congo on March 22. Several Weibo users recognized the dresses his wife wore were from a Guangzhou-based designer brand.
China to Cut Gasoline, Diesel Prices
China to Cut Gasoline, Diesel Prices

Updated:1364363457Source:Xinhua

The retail prices of gasoline will go down by 310 yuan (49.43 U.S. dollars) per tonne and diesel by 300 yuan per tonne starting Wednesday.
WeChat to End Free Service?
WeChat to End Free Service?

Updated:1364289358Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

On March 14, Ma told a Beijing-based newspaper that it was "absolutely impossible" that a WeChat user would need to pay for the services. However, mobile operators appear not to agree with him.
Chinese Craze for English Debated
Chinese Craze for English Debated

Updated:1363335605Source:Xinhua

A Chinese professor's blunt criticism of what he believes is an excessive craze for learning English has sparked heated debate among the public.
Xi Elected Chinese President, Chairman of PRC Central Military Commission
Xi Elected Chinese President, Chairman of PRC Central Military Commission

Updated:1363252913Source:Xinhua

The elections of chairman, vice-chairpersons and secretary-general of the 12th NPC Standing Committee, president and vice-president of the PRC, and chairman of the CMC are non-competitive.
Brightest Comet in Decades to Appear
Brightest Comet in Decades to Appear

Updated:1363252003Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

The comet will be able to be seen with the naked eye at 20 minutes after sunset every day near the horizon in the west from March 12 till the end of the month.
China to Dismantle Railway Ministry
China to Dismantle Railway Ministry

Updated:1362968586Source:Xinhua

China plans to dismantle the Ministry of Railways into administrative and commercial arms, according to a report to be delivered by State Councilor Ma Kai to the annual session of the country's top legislature on March 10, 2013.
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