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Henry Sanderson

Locality: China
Education:  Columbia University in the City of New York East Asian Studies (2004-2005) 
 University of Leeds English Literature and Chinese (2000-2004) 

Industry: Writing and Editing
Interests: getting back in touch

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Monday, February 18, 2008 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- The Chinese government expressed concern over Kosovo's declaration ...

Beijing 2008 Olympics

Henry Sanderson ... BEIJING -- When 16,000 athletes and officials show up this summer, they will be ...

Section B - TWO questions ONLY to be attempted

The company ' s embattled chairman, Sir Henry Sanderson has had to eat his words about the company being recession-proof. ' When I suggested that I saw no return to the dark days of ...

Study: Wind could cut China's emissions by 30% | My Sinchew

... Wong said it is unrealistic to expect that storage technology would have advanced enough in the coming decades to allow China to be entirely powered by wind. (By HENRY SANDERSON ...

Typhoon Morakot leaves 6 dead or missing in Taiwan | My Sinchew

... causing injuries and deaths in mountainous regions that are prone to landslides and flash floods. (By DEBBY WU/Associated Press Writer) ___ Associated Press writer Henry Sanderson in ...

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New Egg-Shaped Theater In China Attracting Crowds | The Jakarta Globe

New Egg-Shaped Theater In China Attracting Crowds Henry Sanderson | May 24, 2009

Traditions Fade as Nomads Resettled in Chinese Cities | The ...

Traditions Fade as Nomads Resettled in Chinese Cities Henry Sanderson | October 05, 2009

China's next export: Starbucks coffee | The Jakarta Post

Henry Sanderson, The Associated Press, Beijing | Wed, 01/14/2009 2:42 PM | Business ... Starbucks Corp. launched a new brand of coffee grown by farmers in China and said ...

UN official hopes for US role in climate change | The Jakarta Post

Henry Sanderson, The Associated Press, Beijing | Sat, 11/08/2008 5:27 PM | Sci-Tech

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Tuesday, June 17, 2008 By Henry Sanderson, AP. BEIJING -- When Olympic marathon runners pass through Beijing's historic ...

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Thursday, March 26, 2009 HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- Four people given hefty sentences including the death penalty for ...

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Thursday, July 16, 2009 By Henry Sanderson, AP. BEIJING -- China and other developing countries should join the United States ...

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Wednesday, July 1, 2009 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- The U.N. food agency said Wednesday a lack of international ...

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Monday, November 24, 2008 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- Hundreds of taxi drivers went on strike Monday in a city in ...

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Wednesday, August 19, 2009 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- China's ruling Communist Party has told local officials to meet ...

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Monday, August 24, 2009 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- China has completed a seven-year renovation of Tibet's Potala ...

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Saturday, February 28, 2009 By Henry Sanderson, AP. BEIJING -- China faces a growing burden on its health care industry as the ...

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Wednesday, January 14, 2009 By HENRY SANDERSON, AP. BEIJING -- Starbucks Corp. launched a new brand of coffee grown by farmers in ...

Chinese researcher executed on spy raps - INQUIRER.net, Philippine ...

Chinese researcher executed on spy raps . By Henry Sanderson Associated Press First Posted 21:55:00 11/28/2008 Filed Under: Espionage & Intelligence, Punishment, Human Rights