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The Invisible Poison
Subject: The Invisible Poison
Send date: 2012-07-26 10:04:56
Issue #: 147
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The Invisible PoisonAll our lives are touched by it through plastic bottles, disposable shavers, and an assortment of trinkets that clutter homes and offices. You may recognize its most popular version: plastic. Polystyrene, despite being a very compulsive presence, is also a victim of mistaken identity. A particular species of polystyrene is often blamed (even outlawed in a few Philippine cities, such as Marikina) for endangering lives. Read more >>
DONGGUAN—Han Qunfeng, who killed her twin sons suffering from cerebral palsy, said she was filled with remorse, during a public hearing on June 2.

Han pleaded guilty to the charge of murder at a public trial in Dongguan No. 1 People’s Court. “If I had the chance to choose once more, I would not do it,” she said. “I would ask society for help, instead of going to extremes.” Read more >>

BEIJING—China will endeavor to “enlarge the scale” of its foreign aid, especially to the least developed countries of Africa and Latin America, in an attempt to improve local people’s well-being, said Fu Ziying, the vice minister of commerce. Read more>>


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