Vietnam, Taiwan involved in huge cooking oil scandal
A Vietnamese company has said it sold 43 million kilograms of animal feed-grade oil to Taiwan, were it was then process and sold at grocery stores.
Red panda scarred by Jinggu earthquake
Xiao Huang, a red panda living at a Pu'er zoo, would not stop trying to feed fruit to her dead sister, who was crushed by a falling tree during the quake.
Vietnam exports to China growing despite tensions
China's southern neighbor expects to send goods worth roughly US$15 billion northward in 2014, a marked increase over the previous year's total.
Province captures 70 percent of national flower market
Yunnan's 30 billion yuan (US$4.9 billion) per year horticultural industry continues to grow and has aims to become the largest producer of flowers in Asia.
Smelter explosion kills two, injures 11
The accident took place at a steel mill in Lushui County, Nujiang Prefecture, when a furnace inside the facility blew up.
200 million earmarked for Jinggu County
The Chinese government has set aside the amount for rebuilding efforts in areas most affected by an October 7 earthquake.