Tests found that products from a number of cellphone makers are substandard and can cause fires and explosions.
In the United States a 74-year-old resident of Muscatine, Iowa, was particularly interested in the events at the Great Hall of the People.
Barbershops enjoyed brisk trade on Wednesday, as it was a lucky day to get a haircut according to Chinese tradition.
The vegetation coverage in the league's grassland reached 60 percent at the end of 2012, up from 23 percent in 2000, Liu said.
New Yorkers were still free to gulp from huge sugary drinks on Tuesday, after a judge struck down the city's pioneering ban on supersized sodas.
There are some 40 sows and 200 piglets on Liang's 1,000-square-meter farm. The animals are miniature pigs, a special breed.
The top US commander in Afghanistan, General Joseph Dunford, also rejected the charges Karzai made Sunday as "categorically false".
There will be no change to the country's family planning policy, a public sector reform official said one day after a key government restructuring plan was unveiled.
Experts said the restructuring addresses China's urgent concerns to secure and utilize its marine resources and protect its waters.
The national electoral council set the poll date on Saturday one day after Maduro was sworn in.
Joe Borich, president of the Washington State China Relations Council, is keeping a close eye on the two sessions, the annual political meetings in China.
Their appeal comes amid several lawsuits involving pet owners and veterinarians. The disputes have drawn the attention of provincial authorities.