Anthony Kuhn en Fast-Food Scandal Revives China's Food Safety Anxieties A U.S. company that supplies meat to some of the world's largest fast-food chains in China has pulled all its products made by a Chinese subsidiary, after reports that it was selling expired products.<p>The food safety scandal that erupted in China in the last week has also spread overseas, affecting chain restaurants in Japan and Hong Kong, and prompted calls for tighter food safety regulation in China.<p>The privately held OSI is headquartered in Aurora, Ill., and claims 50 manufacturing facilities worldwide. Mon, 28 Jul 2014 18:02:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 49180 at Fast-Food Scandal Revives China's Food Safety Anxieties News Anchor On Losing Side Of China's Anti-Corruption Campaign Chinese often complain that corruption is endemic in every sector of their society. Sun, 27 Jul 2014 12:12:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 49127 at News Anchor On Losing Side Of China's Anti-Corruption Campaign After Two Disasters, Can Malaysia Airlines Still Attract Passengers? The year 2014 is well on its way to being Malaysia Airlines' <em>annus horribilis</em>. Flight 17, shot down last week over eastern Ukraine, is the second Boeing 777 the airline has lost in the past five months, after MH370 disappeared, it's believed, somewhere over the Indian Ocean.<p>But even before the double calamity, Malaysia's national carrier was struggling to adapt to momentous shifts in Asia's aviation industry.<p>It was expected to announce a restructuring plan even before MH17 was shot down. That plan is expected very soon. Wed, 23 Jul 2014 17:12:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48902 at After Two Disasters, Can Malaysia Airlines Still Attract Passengers? In 5 Months, 2 Lost Planes: Malaysians Struggle To Cope Malaysia is reeling from the loss of a second plane in five months. NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports on the reaction from Malaysians in the country's capital, Kuala Lumpur. Fri, 18 Jul 2014 20:19:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48642 at On Its Way To Kuala Lumpur, Plane Brought Down Over Ukraine Many experts question the decision to fly near the fighting in Ukraine. Some airlines have circumvented the country for weeks. In March, a Malaysia Airlines plane went missing on a flight to Beijing. Fri, 18 Jul 2014 10:56:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48620 at Violence And Other Threats Raise Press Freedom Fears In Hong Kong On the evening of July 1, just hours after <a href="">Hong Kong's biggest pro-democracy protests in years</a>, the printing presses of the <em>Ming Pao</em> newspaper — long respected for its editorial independence — suddenly ground to a halt.<p>The paper's managers removed the bold headlines from the front page and replaced them with new ones that made no mention of the protesters' main demands: free, fair and direct elections for the Chinese-ruled special administrative region.<p> Wed, 16 Jul 2014 07:28:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48461 at Violence And Other Threats Raise Press Freedom Fears In Hong Kong After Losing An Only Child, Chinese Parents Face Old Age Alone It's been nearly 3 1/2 decades since China's government started limiting most urban families to one child. The family planning policy successfully slowed the nation's population growth, but it has had some unintended consequences.<p>One is that some parents lose their only children to illness or accidents and end up with no one to care for them in their old age. Now, these parents have gotten together to demand their rights.<p>A group of parents meets at a Beijing restaurant to talk and console each other. Thu, 10 Jul 2014 20:02:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48139 at After Losing An Only Child, Chinese Parents Face Old Age Alone Mistrust Overshadows U.S. Talks With China Transcript <p>STEVE INSKEEP, HOST: <p>It's MORNING EDITION from NPR News. I'm Steve Inskeep.<p>RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST: <p>And I'm Renee Montagne. High-level meetings between the U.S. and China underscore a long-term problem. They have the world's two largest economies. They're likely the two most important nations on earth.<p>INSKEEP: And neither trusts the other's intentions. Because they must cooperate, Secretary of State John Kerry and Treasury Secretary Jack Lew are in Beijing for talks.<p>MONTAGNE: But the point of this next story is that words may not ease mistrust. Thu, 10 Jul 2014 09:04:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 48077 at Marchers Take To Streets Of Hong Kong To Protest Eroding Autonomy Transcript <p>MELISSA BLOCK, HOST: <p>This is ALL THINGS CONSIDERED from NPR News. I'm Melissa Block.<p>ROBERT SIEGEL, HOST: <p>And I'm Robert Siegel. Tens of thousands - possibly hundreds of thousands of people gathered in Hong Kong today. People there are angry about what they call an erosion of the rights Beijing promised them when the former British colony was reclaimed by China. That happened 17 years ago today. And the massive protest came after almost 800,000 people voted in an unofficial referendum calling for more democratic elections. Tue, 01 Jul 2014 20:25:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 47572 at Democracy Protesters In Hong Kong Call For Free Elections Transcript <p>DAVID GREENE, HOST: <p>Thousands of pro-democracy protesters marched in Hong Kong today.<p>(SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING)<p>CHORUS: (Foreign language spoken).<p>GREENE: This comes on the 17th anniversary of the return of Hong Kong to Chinese rule. The protesters are demanding greater democracy, a bigger role in selecting leaders. China's government tries to control the political process through a nominating committee. NPR's Anthony Kuhn spoke to Renee yesterday about an unofficial referendum this week. Nearly 800,000 of the city's 7 million people voted for full democracy. Tue, 01 Jul 2014 09:21:00 +0000 Anthony Kuhn 47530 at