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B. 01-16 Zhao Ziyang, Purged Chinese leader, dies Tiananmen Square, Beijing
04-09 Protests target Japan Beijing
D. 05-23 China rebukes Japan over shrine Japan
4. 11-22 Harbin water supplies cut off Harbin, Northeast China
5. 11-27 169 workers die in mine blast Heilongjiang, Northeast China
G. 12-18 WTO seals farms deal Hong Kong

Summary.     Click for More > Japan demands China apology China, Taiwan opposition mend ties China rebukes Japan over shrine  Chinese Vice-Premier Wu Yi short her visit and flew home before a meeting with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi Flood death toll 'over 500' China scraps yuan peg to dollar Russian-Chinese war games begin EU, China hail textile deal Agreement in N. Korea talks Bush asks China to expand freedoms Harbin water supplies cut off   Emergency measures are in force amid fears the city's drinking water could be contaminated after an explosion Toxic slick flows into Harbin Toxic leak was 100 tonnes 169 workers die in mine blast   More than 100 missing after an explosion at a colliery at the Dongfeng mine in Heilongjiang province Mine flood traps 42 miners Mine blast leaves 74 dead Police clash with anti-WTO protesters   WTO seals farms deal  Ministers from 149 states saved long-running talks with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013
Zhao Ziyang, Purged Chinese leader, dies 203 dead in mine explosion Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled Tung Chee-hwa resigns Congress passes Taiwan bill Protests target Japan
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Zhao Ziyang, Purged Chinese leader, dies Map of Tiananmen Square China  Former Communist Party was ousted aafter the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown on pro-democracy protesters 203 dead in mine explosion   A gas explosion in a coal mine in Liaoning province is the deadliest such disaster reported since 1949 Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled  A new law that would allow Beijing to use military action if peaceful means fail to stop the island pursuing independence Tung Chee-hwa resigns  Hong Kong's first leader since the former British colony was handed over has tendered his resignation Congress passes Taiwan bill  A resolution authorizes Beijing to use military force to prevent Taiwan from declaring its independence Rice presses China on North Korea Protests target Japan


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.16  
Jan.17  China urged to review Tiananmen
Jan.18  Video shows 8 Chinese held in Iraq
Jan.22  8 Chinese hostages freed
Jan.28  Direct China-Taiwan flights start
 Muted goodbye to Zhao Ziyang


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.14  
Feb.16  China consumes most, report says


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.1  Chief executive 'is stepping down'
Mar.4  Premier outlines year ahead
Mar.7  
Mar.8  U.S. urges China to rethink Taiwan law
Mar.10  
Mar.13  
Mar.14  Taiwan: War bill a big provocation
Mar.19  Mine: 42 dead, 27 trapped
Mar.20


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.9  
  Japan's ambassador called on the Chinese government to take measures to protect Japanese citizens in China
Apr.10  Anti-Japan rallies spread China premier to hold Delhi talks Apr.11  China blames Japan for tensions Apr.12  Japan: China is 'scary country' Japan risks China anger over gas Apr.13  Japan denies stoking China feud Apr.15  Thousands join anti-Japan protest Apr.16     Japan demands China apology  Japan filed an official protest, complaining that Chinese authorities failed to stop the violence  Japan to protest over China riots Apr.17 China rejects Tokyo demand for apology Apr.18  UN call for China-Japan meeting Apr.21  PM Koizumi apologises over war Apr.23 Hu meets with Japanese Prime Minister Apr.29   China, Taiwan opposition mend ties  Taiwan's opposition leader and Chinese President promised to work together to end hostilities Apr.30 Taiwan head seeks Beijing talks

May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.17  Tensions rise over China currency May.21  Bird flu emergency declared May.23   China rebukes Japan over shrine
  Chinese Vice-Premier Wu Yi short her visit and flew home before a meeting with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi
May.25  Tokyo tries to cool China rift

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.4  Hong Kong marks Tiananmen deaths Jun.11 64 killed in school flood  Hotel fire kills 30 Jun.22  Rains: 80 die, worse to come Jun.23   Flood death toll 'over 500'
Map of Wuzhou China  Summer floods have forced over one million from their homes. Southern China submerged beneath muddy waters  New Hong Kong leader inaugurated Jun.25  No to yuan revaluation

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.6  Avian flu moves among wild geese Jul.19  Thousands flee storm Jul.21   China scraps yuan peg to dollar
  China tied yuan's peg to a basket of currencies. The new rate versus the dollar revalues the currency by 2.1% Jul.25 North Korea nuclear talks resume


August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.4  China charges HK reporter as spy Aug.5  Million evacuated as typhoon hits Aug.6  Stalled nuclear talks take recess Aug.7  Flood traps 103 in mine Aug.17   Russian-Chinese war games begin
Map of Vladivostok Russia  Air, sea, and ground units from both countries are starting a week of major exercises, dubbed Peace Mission 2005 Aug.28  China outlaws sexual harassment EU to consider China textile deal Aug.30  China to close 7,000 coal mines

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  Typhoon hits China; 2 dead in Taiwan Sep.2  China: We can end textile row  Typhoon Talim hits southern China  Toll rises from typhoon Sep.3  Bush, China's Hu to defer meeting Sep.4  Textile talks end as summit opens Sep.5   EU, China hail textile deal  The deal is to release millions of Chinese garments blocked by EU customs because they exceed import ceilings Sep.9  Report: SARS link to Chinese bats Sep.12  Typhoon slams into eastern China Sep.13  NK: Right to peaceful nuke program  Hu, Bush discuss NK's nuclear plan Sep.16  China seeks N Korea breakthrough Sep.18   Agreement in N. Korea talks
  The U.S. Embassy said the 6 parties involved in talks have reached an agreement Sep.23  China protests at warship attack Sep.25  Kirilenko claims maiden WTA title

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.2 Deadly typhoon smashes into China
Oct.3  59 soldiers washed away Oct.9  Activist is attacked by mob Oct.11 China launches rocket into space Oct.16 Spacecraft returns to Earth Oct.19  Fresh bird flu outbreak Oct.24  15 killed in mine explosion Oct.25 New bird flu outbreak Oct.27  China's Hu arrives in N Korea

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.3 New bird flu outbreaks
Nov.6 Six million birds culled Nov.7  Beijing shuts live poultry markets Nov.8 Protesters greet China's Hu  Bush ups trade pressure on China Nov.13  China plans jails for HIV inmates Nov.14 Russians held in China spy probe Nov.15 Bush pushes China over freedoms Nov.16 First human bird flu cases confirmed Nov.19  Bush arrived Nov.20     Bush asks China to expand freedoms  U.S. President pressed no concrete actions from President Hu to open markets to U.S. farmers and businesses  Nalbandian win Masters Cup Nov.22   Harbin water supplies cut off Map of Harbin China
  Emergency measures are in force amid fears the city's drinking water could be contaminated after an explosion
Nov.23   Toxic slick flows into Harbin   A slick of river-borne toxins from a chemical plant explosion began entering the city of 3.8 million people Nov.24 China warns Russia of toxic slick   Toxic leak was 100 tonnes   A blast at a plant 12 days ago sent the equivalent of 10 tanker-loads of toxic chemicals into the Songhua river Nov.25 Oil firm apologizes for toxic slick 12 killed in quake  Man sues over Harbin toxic spill Nov.26 Harbin ready to restore water supply Nov.27 Harbin water supply resumes   169 workers die in mine blast Map of Heilongjiang China
  More than 100 missing after an explosion at a colliery at the Dongfeng mine in Heilongjiang province


December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.2  China torture 'still widespread'   Mine flood traps 42 miners  Rescuers are searching for 42 miners trapped after a flood at a coal mine Dec.6 Beijing vows to punish polluters
Dec.7  96 missing after mine blast   Mine blast leaves 74 dead   A gas explosion at a coal mine has killed 74 miners and 32 are still missing in Tangshan in the Hebei Province Dec.9  Protesters shot, village sealed Dec.10 China confirms it shot protesters Dec.12  WTO meeting starts Dec.13  US and EU differ at trade talks Dec.16  WTO deadlocked over agriculture  Dam bid to halt poison river Dec.17     Police clash with anti-WTO protesters  Hundreds of protesters have clashed with police outside convention center. 900 are rounded up WTO nears deal amid protests Dec.18     WTO seals farms deal
  Ministers from 149 states saved long-running talks with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013
Dec.20  Reforms face key vote Dec.23  Gas blast kills 42 Dec.25  Christmas blaze kills 26 Dec.27  China losing ground to severe erosion


Russian-Chinese war games begin Map of Vladivostok Russia  Air, sea, and ground units from both countries are starting a week of major exercises, dubbed Peace Mission 2005 203 dead in mine explosion   A gas explosion in a coal mine in Liaoning province is the deadliest such disaster reported since 1949 64 killed in school flood Flood death toll 'over 500' Map of Wuzhou China  Summer floods have forced over one million from their homes. Southern China submerged beneath muddy waters Deadly typhoon smashes into China New bird flu outbreak New bird flu outbreaks Six million birds culled First human bird flu cases confirmed Harbin water supplies cut off Map of Harbin China




China, 2005 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
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Apr.21  PM Koizumi apologises over war
Aug.17
Sep.23  China protests at warship attack
Oct.3  59 soldiers washed away




China, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2005
Feb.14
Mar.19  Mine: 42 dead, 27 trapped
May.21  Bird flu emergency declared
Jun.11
Jun.11  Hotel fire kills 30
Jun.22  Rains: 80 die, worse to come
Jun.23
Jul.6  Avian flu moves among wild geese
Jul.19  Thousands flee storm
Aug.5  Million evacuated as typhoon hits
Aug.7  Flood traps 103 in mine
Sep.1  Typhoon hits China; 2 dead in Taiwan
Sep.2  Typhoon Talim hits southern China
Sep.2  Toll rises from typhoon
Sep.9  Report: SARS link to Chinese bats
Sep.12  Typhoon slams into eastern China
Oct.2
Oct.3  59 soldiers washed away
Oct.19  Fresh bird flu outbreak
Oct.24  15 killed in mine explosion
Oct.25
Nov.3
Nov.6
Nov.7  Beijing shuts live poultry markets
Nov.13  China plans jails for HIV inmates
Nov.16
Nov.22
  Emergency measures are in force amid fears the city's drinking water could be contaminated after an explosion
Nov.23 Toxic slick flows into Harbin   A slick of river-borne toxins from a chemical plant explosion began entering the city of 3.8 million people Nov.24 China warns Russia of toxic slick Nov.24 Toxic leak was 100 tonnes   A blast at a plant 12 days ago sent the equivalent of 10 tanker-loads of toxic chemicals into the Songhua river Nov.25 Oil firm apologizes for toxic slick Nov.25 12 killed in quake Nov.26 Harbin ready to restore water supply Nov.27 Harbin water supply resumes Nov.27 169 workers die in mine blast Map of Heilongjiang China
  More than 100 missing after an explosion at a colliery at the Dongfeng mine in Heilongjiang province
Dec.2 Mine flood traps 42 miners  Rescuers are searching for 42 miners trapped after a flood at a coal mine Dec.6 Beijing vows to punish polluters Dec.7  96 missing after mine blast Dec.7 Mine blast leaves 74 dead   A gas explosion at a coal mine has killed 74 miners and 32 are still missing in Tangshan in the Hebei Province Dec.16  Dam bid to halt poison river Dec.23  Gas blast kills 42 Dec.25  Christmas blaze kills 26 Dec.27  China losing ground to severe erosion



China, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Sep.25  Kirilenko claims maiden WTA title Nov.20  Nalbandian win Masters Cup



China, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.28  Direct China-Taiwan flights start Feb.16  China consumes most, report says May.17  Tensions rise over China currency Jun.25  No to yuan revaluation Jul.21 China scraps yuan peg to dollar
  China tied yuan's peg to a basket of currencies. The new rate versus the dollar revalues the currency by 2.1% Aug.28 EU to consider China textile deal Aug.30  China to close 7,000 coal mines Sep.2  China: We can end textile row Sep.4  Textile talks end as summit opens Sep.5 EU, China hail textile deal  The deal is to release millions of Chinese garments blocked by EU customs because they exceed import ceilings Nov.8  Bush ups trade pressure on China Nov.25 Oil firm apologizes for toxic slick Dec.12  WTO meeting starts Dec.13  US and EU differ at trade talks Dec.16  WTO deadlocked over agriculture Dec.17 WTO nears deal amid protests Dec.18   WTO seals farms deal
  Ministers from 149 states saved long-running talks with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013




China, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.18  Video shows 8 Chinese held in Iraq Jan.22  8 Chinese hostages freed Aug.4  China charges HK reporter as spy Aug.28  China outlaws sexual harassment Nov.13  China plans jails for HIV inmates Nov.14 Russians held in China spy probe
Nov.25  Man sues over Harbin toxic spill Dec.6 Beijing vows to punish polluters



China, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.16 Zhao Ziyang, Purged Chinese leader, dies Map of Tiananmen Square China  Former Communist Party was ousted aafter the 1989 Tiananmen Square crackdown on pro-democracy protesters Jan.17  China urged to review Tiananmen Jan.28  Muted goodbye to Zhao Ziyang Mar.1  Chief executive 'is stepping down' Mar.4  Premier outlines year ahead Mar.7 Lays down law over Taiwan unveiled  A new law that would allow Beijing to use military action if peaceful means fail to stop the island pursuing independence Mar.8  U.S. urges China to rethink Taiwan law Mar.10 Tung Chee-hwa resigns  Hong Kong's first leader since the former British colony was handed over has tendered his resignation Mar.13 Congress passes Taiwan bill  A resolution authorizes Beijing to use military force to prevent Taiwan from declaring its independence Mar.14  Taiwan: War bill a big provocation Mar.20 Rice presses China on North Korea Apr.9 Protests target Japan
  Japan's ambassador called on the Chinese government to take measures to protect Japanese citizens in China
Apr.10  Anti-Japan rallies spread Apr.10 China premier to hold Delhi talks
Apr.11  China blames Japan for tensions Apr.12  Japan: China is 'scary country' Apr.12 Japan risks China anger over gas Apr.13  Japan denies stoking China feud Apr.15  Thousands join anti-Japan protest Apr.16   Japan demands China apology  Japan filed an official protest, complaining that Chinese authorities failed to stop the violence Apr.16  Japan to protest over China riots Apr.17 China rejects Tokyo demand for apology Apr.18  UN call for China-Japan meeting Apr.21  PM Koizumi apologises over war Apr.23 Hu meets with Japanese Prime Minister Apr.29 China, Taiwan opposition mend ties  Taiwan's opposition leader and Chinese President promised to work together to end hostilities Apr.30 Taiwan head seeks Beijing talks May.23 China rebukes Japan over shrine
  Chinese Vice-Premier Wu Yi short her visit and flew home before a meeting with Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi
May.25  Tokyo tries to cool China rift Jun.4  Hong Kong marks Tiananmen deaths Jun.23  New Hong Kong leader inaugurated Jul.25 North Korea nuclear talks resume
Aug.6  Stalled nuclear talks take recess Aug.28  China outlaws sexual harassment Sep.3  Bush, China's Hu to defer meeting Sep.4  Textile talks end as summit opens Sep.5 EU, China hail textile deal  The deal is to release millions of Chinese garments blocked by EU customs because they exceed import ceilings Sep.13  NK: Right to peaceful nuke program Sep.13  Hu, Bush discuss NK's nuclear plan Sep.16  China seeks N Korea breakthrough Sep.18 Agreement in N. Korea talks  The U.S. Embassy said the 6 parties involved in talks have reached an agreement Sep.23  China protests at warship attack Oct.9  Activist is attacked by mob Oct.11 China launches rocket into space Oct.16 Spacecraft returns to Earth Oct.27  China's Hu arrives in N Korea Nov.8 Protesters greet China's Hu Nov.8  Bush ups trade pressure on China Nov.15 Bush pushes China over freedoms Nov.19  Bush arrived Nov.20   Bush asks China to expand freedoms  U.S. President pressed no concrete actions from President Hu to open markets to U.S. farmers and businesses Dec.2  China torture 'still widespread' Dec.9  Protesters shot, village sealed Dec.10 China confirms it shot protesters Dec.12  WTO meeting starts Dec.13  US and EU differ at trade talks Dec.16  WTO deadlocked over agriculture Dec.17   Police clash with anti-WTO protesters  Hundreds of protesters have clashed with police outside convention center. 900 are rounded up Dec.17 WTO nears deal amid protests Dec.18   WTO seals farms deal
  Ministers from 149 states saved long-running talks with an interim deal to end farm export subsidies by 2013
Dec.20  Reforms face key vote