China Articles

Human Rights Lawyer to Discuss Organ Harvesting

By Tyler Sutherland Human rights lawyer David Matas will address the reality of organ harvesting in China during a talk at the University of Manitoba on Friday. Although the Chinese government promised last year to phase out its reliance on prisoners for transplant...

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Winnipeg Escape Artist in China for Risky Stunt

Winnipeg Escape Artist in China for Risky Stunt

Winnipeg escape artist Dean Gunnarson is tempting fate yet again by re-attempting to escape from a speeding bullet coaster train. Gunnarson is currently in China, where on Wednesday he'll try to leap out of the way of the 135 km/h-train as it approaches him on the...

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Lt. Gov., Selinger Lay Wreaths in Hong Kong

By Sarah Klein Lt.-Gov. Philip Lee and Premier Greg Selinger laid wreaths to honour Manitobans who fought to defend the British Colony of Hong Kong during the Second World War on Thursday. While in Hong Kong, the two took part in a ceremony at Sai Wan War Cemetery....

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Lee, Selinger Depart for China on Trade Mission

By Tyler Sutherland Lt.-Gov. Philip Lee and Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger departed on a ten-day trade mission to China on Sunday, where they will be joined by Manitoba business leaders and premiers from eight other provinces and territories. "Manitoba's exports to...

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Harper Ends China Trip with Giant Panda Loan

By Sarah Klein Two giant panda bears from China will thrill visitors to the Toronto and Calgary zoos over the next 10 years. Prime Minister Stephen Harper announced over the weekend while in Chongqing, China that the bears Er Shun and Ji Li will be splitting their...

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