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China: Chinese and US troops in Hawaii for Joint Drill


Chinese and US troops initiated a joint humanitarian aid and disaster relief exercise in Hawaii on Tuesday, November 12. The 3-day joint drill, which marks the first time for China to send its troops to US territory, focuses on providing emergency aid in a third country presumably hit by a devastating earthquake. According to China's Ministry of National Defense, the drill -- incorporating the three major subjects of weapon demonstration, technique exchange and cooperative action -- covers fundamental missions such as retrieving survivors, navigating through narrow passages and providing medical aid at high-altitudes.
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China: China Sends Medical Team to the Philippines


The first of Chinese rescue and medical team has left for the typhoon-stricken Philippines. The crew is from the Red Cross Society of China, and will be deployed in the city of Tacloban, which was hit the hardest, to help survivors. 17 aid workers from China’s Red Cross are setting off for the Philippines to help typhoon survivors. They are the country's first emergency team to join the international assistance efforts.“We’ve been in contact with the Philippine Red Cross since the day the typhoon struck to get permission to help. We received official confirmation yesterday afternoon, and organized the team immediately. The
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China: Schools to be Furnished with Emergency Rescue Facilities


Shanghai: The standing committee of the Shanghai Municipal People's Congress recently made a decision to amend the law governing the protection of minors. Other articles are directed at schools. Schools are required to develop contingency plans for emergencies, be furnished with emergency rescue equipment and facilities, educate students about how to respond in an emergency, and carry out regular safety drills. The students who died suddenly from congenital disorders did not receive timely medical treatment from school staff before paramedics arrived. In this regard, the amendments to the law are necessary
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China: China's First Water Base Medical Rescue Training Center Set Up in Haikou


Sanya: China’s first water base medical rescue training center was set up at Emergency Medical Center in Haikou on December 7, a major step to strengthen the nation’s water rescue capability as the risk of water-related incidents continues to grow. The Haikou Emergency Medical Center signed an agreement with Beijing Rescue Center and Hong KongSt. John Ambulance that formalizes their mutual collaboration of making the region more successful in carrying out water rescue missions. The training center has recruited 24 members, who are required to take part in the training activities.
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China: Good Samaritans face Moral Dilemma in Helping Others


Beijing: Lu Xi, 32, an office clerk in Beijing, tried to explain to her 4-year-old daughter why sometimes it is not a good idea to extend a helping hand to an elderly person who falls over on the street. On June 15, an elderly woman in Dazhou, Sichuan province, fell over in the street and broke her leg. Three primary school students managed to help her up, but she then accused them of having knocked her down and asked their families to pay 20,000 yuan ($3,290) toward medical fees.Jiang Zhiyun, the father of one of the children, reported the case to the police in November. A police investigation found that the old woman had lied, and she was
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