In London's Chinatown, a poster in Chinese urges customers to stock up on traditional and other patent Chinese medicines before an impending ban on patented TCM products from next year.
Experts are attempting to evaluate the potential impact of China's blueprint for reform one week after a key Party meeting to discuss the nation's future.
"We are seeking opportunities to open duty-free shops in Southeast Asian markets like Cambodia to expand our global presence."
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's upcoming trip to Romania and Uzbekistan is expected to explore new areas of practical cooperation with countries in the two regions and promote common development.
Lulu was asleep when the intruder broke in, tied her up, blindfolded her, threw her in a car trunk and drove away. When the 28-year-old awoke in a strange place, she had to free herself from her ropes and find her way home. She succeeded. Lulu had monitored the car's movements from the trunk, noticing when it turned and stopped. It wasn't an actual kidnapping but rather a drill for the bodyguard in training.
Steve McCurry's photographs have become modern icons. Eloquent, riveting and beautiful, their poetry penetrates to the very heart of the subject.
Two tales in two cities, one American and one Chinese, testify to shared humanity
Since 1978, when the reform and opening-up policy was put forward at the Third Plenary Session of the 11th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Chinese people's concept of fashion has changed day by day, as new messages and ways of life inform their thinking.
China's involvement in Africa has been steep learning curve for diplomats, businesses, says academic
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