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Running the world

Well-off, fitness-focused Chinese are busy snapping sweaty selfies at international marathons.

Getting back to basics

In recent years, some people have been going against the grain, heading from major cities to relatively remote regions to pursue their dreams.

Snapshots of modern-day Chinese at work

As International Labor Day is on its way, let's look at workers in their workplaces in modern-day China.

Internet care services ready to flourish

Technology firms are revolutionizing sector by partnering with public hospitals and acquiring private ones.

Chinese pianist Lang Lang performs in Germany

Chinese pianist Lang Lang greets the audience after his performance at the Old Opera House in Frankfurt, Germany, on April 30, 2016.

Michelle Obama kicks off 100-day countdown to Rio Olympics

US First Lady Michelle Obama on Wednesday started the 100-day countdown to the opening of 2016 Rio Olympic Games at Times Square, Midtown Manhattan, together with more than 70 Olympic and Paralympic athletes.

Trump attacks Clinton on gender, risking backlash from women

Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump wades into politically risky territory when he accused Democrat Hillary Clinton of exploiting her gender to win votes.

Mandarin lays foundation for Sino-US ties

Encouraging more American students to study Chinese and study abroad in China will ensure Sino-American relationship grows and flourishes in the future, US educators have said.

Food and Travel

Azalea blossoms seen on E China's Longmian Mountain

Azalea blossoms are seen on the Longmian Mountain in Shucheng county, east China's Anhui province, April 30, 2016.

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No reason for angst on China's GDP

Winfried Bischoff, the former Lloyd's Banking Group chairman, has no concerns about China's slowing economic growth. He's done the math.

China's green commitment needs support from other countries

China's commitment to building green generating capacity is real but it needs the support of technologically mature economies to make sure that it invests in the right projects and that the most advanced solutions are rolled out, a leading UK industrial expert says.

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