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Survey: Gov’t should re-think anti-smoking campaigns2010-12-14

Most smokers in Macau are middle aged males with low-level education, which means the Government should re-think how its anti-smoking campaign messages are conveyed and understood by the population, research director of ERS e-Research Lab, Angus Cheong, said in the latest report of the research results on Smokers and O...[ more >> ]

Survey: Gov’t should re-think anti-smoking campaigns

China to Increase Tobacco Tax Again Next Year2010-12-04

To control tobacco consumption and discourage smoking, China will release a plan for continuing to increase its taxes on tobacco consumption next year, the State Administration of Taxation (SAT) told the Chongqing Economic Times. The Ministry of Finance and SAT increased the consumption tax on tobacco last May, aiming to...[ more >> ]

NGOs unite to fight tobacco2010-11-24

The All-China Environment Federation, at the 2010 Annual Meeting of Chinese Environmental Civil Society Organizations on Sustainable Development in Hangzhou on Nov 13, called for all civil society organizations to form an alliance to reject support from tobacco enterprises in any form. "They are just taking a tiny sum f...[ more >> ]

Elegant packaging seen deflating China's tobacco control efforts2010-11-15

BEIJING, Nov. 15 -- Zhou Daqing, 35, had been smoking for 10 years. But did not have the courage to light up again after seeing the warning on the packing of the cigarettes his friend bought in Hong Kong for him. "Smoking can lead to impotence. Man! How come I never saw this warning these last 10 years?" said Zhou, who ...[ more >> ]

31 universities across China promote comprehensive implementation of smoke-free campu...2010-09-05

The establishment of smoke-free campuses is an important goal of the “China Public Health Professionals Tobacco Control Advocacy Capacity Building Project.” As part of the Project, professors, students, local disease control departments, school administrators, women’s associations and similar organization...[ more >> ]

31 universities across China promote comprehensive implementation of smoke-free campus policies

Public Health professors from 24 universities meet in Hangzhou for training in Tobacc...2010-09-05

The other day, Public Health professors from 24 universities across China gathered in Hangzhou to receive training in Tobacco Control. They are the directors of the “China Public Health Tobacco Control Advocacy Capacity Building Project” at their respective universities. The Project, headed by Professor Tingzho...[ more >> ]

The China Tobacco Control Capacity Building Project (TCCB) forum was held in Hangzhou2010-05-08

Hangzhou, 7th of May 2010. The China Tobacco Control Capacity Building Project (TCCB) forum was held. The TCCB is aimed at building tobacco control capacity in China, the largest producer and consumer of tobacco in the world. Experts from International the Ministry of Health, China CDC, Union Against Tuberculosis and Lung ...[ more >> ]

The China Tobacco Control Capacity Building Project (TCCB) forum was held in Hangzhou
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