Yuan Duanduan is a reporter for Southern Weekend.
China's overuse of antibiotics in people and livestock has seriously polluted water supplies, raising the threat that anti-microbial drugs will become ineffective in treating infection
New policy to cut use of toxic heavy metal in foods like noodles and jellyfish overlooks role of small-scale producers, warn experts
China National Petroleum Corp (CNPC) and Sinopec, two of China’s biggest oil companies, have been placed under unprecedented restrictions for violating environmental laws
China has unveiled its energy and emissions-saving targets for the next five years – but how were they chosen? Feng Jie and Yuan Duanduan explain the process.
A new study from three Chinese campaign groups reveals the hidden face of America’s trendiest technology giant. He Haining and Yuan Duanduan report on Apple’s supply-chain secrets.
Energy-saving lights have been promoted as efficient alternatives to traditional incandescent ones. But, writes Yuan Duanduan, they come with a dark side: small quantities of mercury pollution.