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Top 10 World Events
While the global financial crisis continued to take a toll on societies and politics globally, 2011 has been a year of relentless turmoil and chaos. What underlies these waves of turmoil is the labor pains of the birth of a new international order
Climate Concerns Heating Up
Libya Enters a New Era
Turmoil in the Middle East
U.S. Shifts Focus to the Asia Pacific
Leadership Transition in North Korea
European Sovereign Debt Crisis
Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster in Japan
Famine in the Horn of Africa
Global Population Hits 7 Billion
BRICS Expansion
South Sudan's Independence
Killing of Osama Bin Laden
Top 10 National Events
China successfully concluded its first space rendezvous and docking mission, upon the safe return of the unmanned spacecraft, Shenzhou 8, to the Earth on November 17. China is the third country to master space docking technology after the United States and Russia Economy
Centennial Commemoration of the 1911 Revolution
Tibet 60 Years On
Development Goals Defined
Party Anniversary Commemorated
Boosting Cultural Industry
New Food Safety Regulation
Damaged Charity Credibility
A Space Breakthrough
Poverty Alleviation
Worst Oil Spill
Successful Wenchuan Reconstruction
Aircraft Carrier's Debut
Top 10 Economic Events
China's economy grew 9.1 percent in the third quarter of 2011, tapering off from 9.7 percent in the first quarter and 9.5 in the second. The slowdown is a result of voluntary quality-oriented growth moderation and came along with the ease of inflation pressures
China's West Gears Up
Inflation Strikes
Slower Economic Growth
Tenth Anniversary of WTO Entry
Lower Income Tax
Local Bonds Issued
Yuan Going Global
Home Purchase Limit
Supporting SMEs
Anti-monopoly Investigation
Joys and Woes of High-Speed Rails
New Financial Regulators
Top 10 Cultural Events
Artwork prices hit new records at auctions in 2011 after China became the world's largest art market in 2010. The artwork transaction volume this year is expected to more than double last year's figure, powered by the country's double-digit economic growth
Cultural Industries Development
2011 International Horticultural Exposition
Gardening Expertise
Chinese Names on UNESCO Heritage List
Relic Theft Crackdown
Free Access to Cultural Facilities
Landscape Reunited
Online Copyright Dispute
Cooling Down the Art Market
Cheaper Books Online
Booming Movie Market
The Musical Season
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