Status of Chinese People

About China and Chinese people's living condition

  • China Organ Harvesting Report, in 19 languages

  • Torture methods used by China police

  • Censorship

  • Massive protests & riots in China

  • Top 9 Posts (In 48 hours)

  • All Topics

  • Books to Read

    1. A China More Just, Gao Zhisheng
    2.Officially Sanctioned Crime in China, He Qinglian
    3.
    Will the Boat Sink the Water? Chen Guidi, Wu Chuntao
    4.
    Losing the New China, Ethan Gutmann
    5.
    Nine Commentaries on The Communist Party, the Epochtimes
  • Did you know

    Reporters Without Borders said in it’s 2005 special report titled “Xinhua: the world’s biggest propaganda agency”, that “Xinhua remains the voice of the sole party”, “particularly during the SARS epidemic, Xinhua has for last few months been putting out news reports embarrassing to the government, but they are designed to fool the international community, since they are not published in Chinese.”
  • RSS Feeds for Category

    Organ Harvesting

    Human Rights

    Made in China

    Food

    Health

    Environment

    Protest

    Law

    Politics

    Feed address for any specific category is Category address followed by 'Feed/'.

  • Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

    Join 223 other followers

Archive for the ‘Haikou’ Category

Cholera Outbreak in South China Spreads to University, Seven Students Infected

Posted by Author on November 7, 2008


Epoch Times Staff,  Nov 4, 2008-

A cholera outbreak recently spread to Haikou, the capital of China’s Hainan Province, forcing the quarantine of Hainan University.

Most dining halls are closed in Hainan University.

Seven students have been confirmed with having the disease, bringing the total confirmed cases in the province to 51, according to a local medical official on Sunday.

More than 70 other students were in the hospital with stomach ailments. The university had barred outside personnel from entering the campus and prevented students from leaving, Xinhua News Agency reported.

The outbreak has left Chinese internet users and students at the university questioning the response time of school authorities who did little to react after cases first sprung up in the school on Oct. 30. Students are now also complaining of being restricted to campus grounds, “We don’t even know the situation until our parents called after watching the news!”

Three of the five campus dining halls are closed, making life increasingly difficult for students. Some students believe that the outbreak of the disease was due to bad hygienic conditions in the dining hall. “We see rats and flies all over the place,” reported one student.

Frustration is developing rapidly among Hainan students, and some suggest that the university president should resign from his post.

– The Epochtimes: Cholera Outbreak Spreads to Hainan University

Posted in China, cholera, disaster, Haikou, Hainan, Health, Life, News, People, Plague, Social, South China, Student, World | Comments Off on Cholera Outbreak in South China Spreads to University, Seven Students Infected

China: Man Vomiting Blood, Chicken Died After Drinking Mineral Water

Posted by Author on September 10, 2007


Chinese chicken chokes after testing the waterA bottle of mineral water made a Chinese man vomiting blood and caused a chicken died, reported by many state-run Chinese websites.

The photo at the right-hand side is from Hainan Province’s Hainan Online News Center, showing the died chicken, with a man has his bottle of water in hand.

Story

Mr. Yin Yueyun, who’s a migrant worker from Anhui province, now has been lived in Haikou City, the capital city of Hainan province in the south point of China, doing decorating for 3 years.

On Sep. 8, 2007, after drinking a little bottle of mineral water, Mr. Yin begun to vomit blood and was unable to speak. He was immediately sent to Haikou People’s Hospital by his family members.

Yin’s family members fed a chicken the rest of the water to see what would happen- the chicken died within a minute.

The authorities were investigating, the website said (In Chinese).

Concern

Which product made in China is safe? It’s should be always a question to ask for everybody.

Posted in Business, China, Economy, Food, Haikou, Hainan, Health, Law, Life, Made in China, News, products, Social, South China, Tainted Products, World | 3 Comments »