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Not cheap or cheerful: south China's new paradigm

When millions of workers didn't return to their southern China factory jobs after Lunar New Year holidays, a turning point was reached for foreign manufacturers scraping by with slim profit margins.Full story

Singapore sling: Team’s Speedos make a splash

  The men of Singapore’s water polo team debuted their suggestive swimwear at the Asian Games in Guangzhou, China. TODAY’s Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb weigh in on the controversy.

Chinese regions fight back against surge of Mandarin

From the remote mountains of Tibet to the soaring skyscrapers of Shanghai and Guangzhou, an unlikely issue has emerged to both anger and unite China's disparate peoples -- their language. Full story

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17 Dead And 118 Injured In South China Hailstorm
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GUANGZHOU, CHINA - APRIL 17: A road sign is seen damaged after a wind storm on April 17, 2011 in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province of China. According to flood control authorities on Monday, gales as strong as 45.5 meters per second, accompanied by hailstorm, cloudburst and strong wind battered cities

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Holiday-makers stand on an escalator at Guangzhou train station on January 30, 2011. The movement of hundreds of millions of Chinese for the Lunar New Year, the country's most important holiday, is considered the biggest annual mass human migration in the world. AFP PHOTO / ED JONES

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Holiday-makers prepare to depart from Gu

Holiday-makers prepare to depart from Guangzhou train station on January 30, 2011. The movement of hundreds of millions of Chinese for the Lunar New Year, the country's most important holiday, is considered the biggest annual mass human migration in the world. AFP PHOTO / ED JONES