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English Digest
1009-9611
2008 Issue 5
Shenhua sees flat 2008 exports despite higher output
nao nakanishi and judy hua
..............page:62-63
John Roderick; AP Correspondent Captured a Changing China
david briscoe
..............page:19-22
mei ying bao kan dao du xin wen yu yan jie shuo
zhou xue yi
..............page:1
Europe must fight back in the battle for good ideas
james harkin
..............page:11-14
Earth-friendly school
rebecca barns
..............page:52-56
The decoupling debate
wu wen an
..............page:34-38
Iraq: Who won the war?
raymond whitaker and stephen foley
..............page:7-10
"Earth Hour" goes global
jeremy lovell and eric auchard
..............page:50-51
design and the elastic mind
..............page:2,65
China Premier Proposes Economic Adjustments
andrew batson
..............page:56-58
Tibet and Olympic Games
gregory clark
..............page:59-61
Scary or sensational? A machine that can look into the mind
james randerson
..............page:39-41
tu hua ren wu
wu jing chao
..............page:26
Art Museum as Research Lab
reena jana
..............page:30-33
feng mian xin wen
zhao kun lun
..............page:10
World central banks unite to ease credit strain
glenn somerville and emily kaiser
..............page:27-30
Meet the ‘proverbial’scholar
stacy teicher khadaroo
..............page:46-49
Colombia crisis is settled, but which side wins?
simon romero
..............page:4-6
tu jie xin wen
yang pan pan
..............page:6
Gary Gygax
chen zuo
..............page:23-26
From gunk to drink, the lifesaving water bottle
james randerson
..............page:41-42
A Day to Forget
nancy gibbs
..............page:43-45