2011年12月CRI听力音频打包下载2011-12-31
CRI在线收听:Social Security Fund2011-12-31
Their employers are required to pay an amount equaling 33% of their salary into the same account. In turn, the foreign workers will enjoy the same benefits as Chinese citizens do.
CRI在线收听:Autologous Blood Transfusion to be Encouraged2011-12-30
Graduate student Huo Jintu has just undergone an operation at Peking Union Medical College Hospital. But because of the city's blood shortage, his doctor advised him to do an autologous blood transfusion to use his own blood during the operation.
CRI在线收听:Foreigner's Social Insurance Registration Meets Deadlines2011-12-30
The latest social insurance law requires foreigners with work permits in the country to pay a monthly contribution for pension, medical, unemployment, worker injury and maternity insurance as of October 15th. Employers will deduct around 10 per cent of their monthly salary to cover the workers' portion of the payment.
CRI在线收听:China Issues White Paper on Space Exploration2011-12-30
China issued a white paper on space exploration on Thursday to look back on the progress it has made in the development of space industry and the major tasks for the future.
CRI在线收听:Customers Line Up to Buy Gold Products after Price Drops2011-12-29
The price of gold has decreased by as much as 20 percent since September, when it hit an all-time high of 19-hundred-20 U.S. dollars per ounce.
CRI在线收听:Faster, Easier Flight Experience with E-ticketing Systems2011-12-29
Air passengers in China now enjoy faster, easier and more pleasant airport check-in experience, thanks to an idea that has simplified the business of flying and boosted the development of civil aviation.
CRI在线收听:Internet Speed in China2011-12-29
The Data Center of China Internet has recently released a report indicating that most broadband users in China find their internet speed is far slower than the advertised maximum speed given by internet service providers.
CRI在线收听:Transformation and Cooperation Saves the Aluminum Business2011-12-28
During the economic crisis that hit all industries worldwide in 2008, many industries struggled to stay alive, or at the very least make a profit. The ones that succeeded did so due changing the way that they did business.
CRI在线收听:China's Used Car Market2011-12-28
Mr. Liu purchased a high-end secondhand car in Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. But now he wants to sell it so he can buy another second hand car.
CRI在线收听:China Acts to Better Solve Wage Defaulting2011-12-28
With the Spring Festival approaching, the Chinese government has pledged to crack down on the malicious nonpayment of wages to protect workers' rights and maintain social stability.
CRI在线收听:Duty Free Goods2011-12-28
According to the provisional policy on offshore duty-free shopping, all the duty-free items that travelers buy at the offshore tax-free stores must be carried by the travelers themselves onto the aircraft.
CRI在线收听:Organic Pesticides2011-12-28
Ants are highly effective hunters and have a voracious appetite for insect prey. That's why scientists in the southern Indian state of Kerala are using them instead of pesticides to control pests on cashew plantations.
CRI在线收听:Breast Augmentation Crisis2011-12-27
In early 2010, PIP was ordered out of the market, but its products continued to be sold around the world.
CRI在线收听:Online Information Leaks2011-12-27
On December 21, 2011, an unknown hacker released over 6 million accounts from one of the largest programmers' websites in China, CSDN. The company said the leak included user IDs, passwords and e-mail addresses in plain text.
CRI在线收听:Sound Cloud2011-12-27
These days it is as easy as a click of a button to share your sound recordings online. All you need is a smartphone and a SoundCloud application. Press the record button and all the sounds you and your friends generate will be automatically uploaded to your SoundCloud account.
CRI在线收听:Former IMF Chief Strauss-Kahn on World and China's Economy2011-12-26
Of course the crisis is a debt crisis, but it's even more a growth and banking sector, and for some countries, competitiveness crisis.
CRI在线收听:E-commerce Promotes Modernization in Rural China2011-12-26
Jiang Qiping, General-secretary of the Research Center of Information at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, says three of this year's top ten online merchants selected by the internet trade site Alibaba.com are based in rural China.
CRI在线收听:Choosing a Christmas Without Presents2011-12-26
Back in 1957, Dr Seuss wrote How the Grinch Stole Chrismas, spurred on by his realization that a lot of people had lost the feeling about what Christmas was about.
CRI在线收听:EU's Emissions Trading System Protested by Others2011-12-24
The Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin says that China opposes the European Union's legislation of the carbon emissions tax on airlines.
CRI在线收听:China Assigns Mandatory Emission Reduction Tasks to Local Gov'ts, State-owned Enterprises2011-12-22
According to the agreement signed at the seventh China National Environmental Protection Conference, China will invest 3.4 trillion yuan, or 500 billion U.S. dollars, in various environmental protection programs within the next four years.
CRI在线收听:China's Urbanization Achieves Landmark Figure2011-12-22
The blue paper says more than 50 percent of the Chinese now live in cities as more farmers flock into urban areas.
CRI在线收听:Christmas Boosts Online Shopping in China2011-12-22
Stores are filled with Christmas trinkets but there's fierce competition from elsewhere. For Beijing resident Zhang Wei, buying online is the best solution to Christmas rush.
CRI在线收听:Appliances Replacement Policy Coming to an End2011-12-22
By the end of this month, the trade-in policy will expire. That's why I am here to buy a new TV set. It costs me about 1,700 yuan, and I will get 500 yuan back after they recycle my previous old set.
CRI在线收听:The Changing Face of Beijing Architecture2011-12-21
In its post-Olympics period, Beijing has shown remarkable continuing growth and development. If people thought that the city's CCTV headquarters or the space egg were weird buildings… well they were just the beginning. Beijing has become the landing pad for strange new buildings, the likes of which have never been seen before in this city.
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