9.18 Incident marked in China


China's high-growth aviation gains global concerns
  • Financial reforms top Li's agenda

    Whether reforms can be felt at the street level tops the concern of Premier Li Keqiang's first stop at the Free Trade Zone in Shanghai.

  • More tax breaks for small Chinese firms

    More small businesses in China will enjoy tax breaks as part of the government's efforts to promote their growth and counter pressure on economic growth, said the State Council.

  • Apple CEO pushes privacy promise

    Apple CEO Tim Cook reaffirmed the company's data protection credo and took a swipe at Internet companies and direct advertising.


Sinologists gather in Beijing
  • Eat, drink, and stay slim

    Mooncakes, hairy crabs and Chinese yellow wine; these are the things that automatically come to when one's thoughts turn to the Mid-autumn Festival dinner.

  • Introducing the not-so-loudspeaker

    A prototype high-tech amplifier designed by a group of college students may spell an end to quarrels and fights between elderly dancing enthusiasts and their annoyed neighbors.

  • YOG opening ceremony director shares insights

    The opening ceremony of the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games (YOG) will be "very different" from that of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, according to Chen Weiya, general director of both events.


Cybercrabs and essential e-food


In photos: Finding serenity in Zen Buddhism


Gary Chaw's family pose for magazine

General aviation hub reaches for the sky

As China's private aircraft sector prepares for takeoff, reform is desperately needed.

Endangered species threatens livelihoods

Wild Asian elephants have been wreaking havoc in villages in Southwest China as their habitat is destroyed and they're forced to search for food.

Chinese mavericks set to amaze racing world

Horse racing is hugely popular in many countries, but in China the industry is still in its infancy.

Helping them breathing

Workers hit by dust-related lung disease need more support.

Going the distance

A report from Peking University showed that residents in Beijing spent the longest time commuting, about 1.32 hours a day for work on average.

Righting wrong judgements

Latest acquittal of man on death row seen as major step forward for Chinese law while other problems like torture in interrogation still need to be urgently addressed.

People progress

A city in Fujian province steps up eff orts to integrate valued migrant workers and
balance urbanization with heart.

Caring out of the ordinary

Understanding, family support remain crucial for Chinese children suffering from rare diseases.

Young China - You've got talent

I had a great experience recently. I scored an unexpected role as a substitute judge of an English competition for kids.

Clearing the way with clean waters

Concerted efforts to restore reservoir area shine out in nationwide environmental campaign.

Host of Japan's historic surrender

A little-known site in Hunan province lays claim to receiving the first formal surrender by the Japanese invaders to China.

National gifts give new look at China

DVD sets on par with more iconic Chinese items like porcelain and silk have formed many of Beijing's gifts to foreign leaders and dignitaries.

'Yes' in Scotland could be 'maybe' for Chinese firms

An independent Scotland could also see an outflow or reduction of Chinese investment, because an independent Scotland will have new laws.

Cooperation helps extradite fugitives

More than 200 cross-border criminal cases have been solved through police cooperation between China and Europe since the beginning of last year

Xi, Modi set friendly tone for visit

President Xi Jinping starts three-day visit to India in Gujarat, by signing key agreements amid relaxed protocol procedures.

Naked newborn survives typhoon

An abandoned newborn infant found naked on a filthy riverbank in Dongguan somehow lives through Typhoon Kalmaegi's lashing rains and winds.


Europe map dotted with Huawei R&D
  • Free-trade area gets big dose of medicine

    German healthcare operator and medical product provider Artemed Group said on July 22 that it would set up a hospital in Shanghai Pilot Free Trade Zone.

  • Promoting the modern Mersey beat

    In 19th century, when the first batch of Chinese immigrants arrived in Europe by sea, many headed for Liverpool in northwest England, creating what is still considered the continent's oldest Chinese community.

  • The British PM who loved China

    Visitors now have the opportunity to visit the former home of Sir Edward Heath, the prime minister who famously was instrumental in establishing full diplomatic relationship between the UK and China.


European parliament ratifies EU-Ukraine association agreement
  • Fake wine scandal tests region image

    Italian law enforcement officials nabbed the perpetrator behind a plot that would have flooded markets with more than a quarter of a million bottles of counterfeit wine passed off as the product of one of Italy's most prestigious wine regions.

  • Luxembourg PM to meet Li Keqiang

    Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel said he will meet with his Chinese counterpart, Li Keqiang, at the Hamburg Summit scheduled for Oct 10-11 in Germany to discuss plans to develop a bilateral relationship.

  • China's vice premier hails Sino-French ties

    China's Vice Premier Ma Kai has hailed the positive and fruitful economic and financial partnership between China and France, calling for a closer bilateral cooperation to harness wider business opportunities.


Obama reiterates no ground troops against IS


Report says Li Na will retire on Friday in Wuhan
  • No tolerance for sexual harassment: OCA

    The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) Wednesday issued a zero tolerance policy for any cases of sexual harassment at the upcoming 2014 Incheon Asian Games.

  • Athletes gather in Incheon for Asian Games

    Thousands of athletes from 45 Olympic Council of Asia members are gathering in South Korea's western port city of Incheon for the Asian Games, a key test for many of them ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics.

Scotland referendum


Chilanqiao cultural block seen in E China's Anhui
  • UK to refund Chinese tourists visa fee from 2015 to 2017

    From 2015 to 2017, Britain will refund the visa fee to 25,000 Chinese tourists who visit Britain with tour groups.

  • Who is eligible to visit the DPRK?

    With the exception of people from the Republic of Korea, citizens of most countries can travel to the DPRK at any time of the year, providing they are registered with an accredited tourist operator, and have the relevant visa.

  • Macao,When the sun sets Macao

    The nightlife in Macao is like a never-ending carnival with hundreds of flamboyant and neon-lit entertainment venues, especially in the central business district near the Lisboa Hotel.

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