EDITOR'S DESK
Energy-Friendly Construction
  
 



 
VOL.49 NO.05 FEB 2, 2006
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  Cover Story  
Construction cranes are fixtures in the skylines of major Chinese cities, and skyscrapers seem to sprout every day. The building boom continues. But so does a severe energy shortage across the country.
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PEOPLE & POINTS

Left in the Dust

 

EXPAT'S EYE

Being ' Shanghaied'
 

More Stories
NATION
No Joys of Spring
A scam leaves migrant workers destitute
The Price of Health
Life for migrants means dangerous work, no medical care
The Fight for Education
Helping the children of migrant workers to stay in school
WORLD
Turning Left
Latin America's new political guard
Great Expectations
China and Latin America tango
Locking in on Latin America
Analysis of Chinese investment and U.S. reaction
BUSINESS
Construction Challenge
Making a building boom energy efficient
Saving Energy
Real estate has a new selling point
Stopping Spam
A solution to mobile phone junk messages?
Legal-Ease: The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act--Implications for U.S. Businesses in China
FORUM

Should 'Anti-Corruption' Accounts Be Abolished?

 
 
STRAIT CONVENIENCE
A China Airlines passenger jet prepares to take off from Taipei International Airport January 20, heading for Shanghai.
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