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Conservation of the Environment
In a feat unparalleled in history, China has lifted an entire generation out of abject poverty. But in doing so, she may have also doomed the next generation. theasiamag.com looks at the rising incidence of cancer among Chinese children.
This year the Chinese will puff away 2 trillion (2,000,000,000,000) cigarettes, an average of four sticks a day for each of the 1.3 billion people in the country.
Thought you were being green? Let us burst your bubble and tell you how you really can make a difference for this planet.
Advances in alternative fuel and methods of conserving forests remain controversial and experimental.
Dog owners in China have become an economic and social force to be reckoned with these days. But therein, too, lies the risks. theasiamag.com investigates.
Attitudes towards pet ownership and care are changing in modern China as pets become an increasingly important part of many people’s lives – as a failed dog cull by the Beijing Municipal Government demonstrates.
Biofuels Asia 2009 opens in Singapore with discussions and contention about the future of the Oil Palm industry in Southeast Asia.
The hunt for new sources of energy on the Moon is propelling a new space race.
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AT A GLANCE A quick insight to the top stories
A tale of two terminals
Instant noodles rule the world!
Nano car. Big questions. (Part 1 of 2)
"The West Wing": Season Eight, unscripted
The elixir of youth
Death by mining - A Third World affair
A tale of two bronzes
Chasing the sun
SPAM, I am
India's silent gender cleansing
Bhutan: Weaving a future
Fight of the moon goddesses
The wretched act of animal release
A flare-up over going solar
Villages jump on the Internet Bus
Bridging the digital divide
Does communication save lives?
Singaporeans rise to the occasion
Flight of the Kiwi
Crossing the Muslim-Buddhist divide for love
Singing to read
Fascinating Asia by Rail
10 Eco-Myths Busted