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  • USC student-murder case grinds on

    A public hearing in the case of the July 24, 2014 murder of Chinese USC graduate student Ji Xinran took place at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal JusticeCenter in Los Angeles on Thursday morning.

  • Chinese rank US as top spot for road trips

    Almost half of the Chinese tourists prefer the United States as their destination for their overseas self-driving trip, according to a survey conducted jointly by, China's largest tourist information-sharing website, and, one of the leading online car rental reservation platforms in China.


Media encouraged to contribute to China-India ties


UAV used to inspect electricity line


Women do yoga after snowfall
  • Tencent executive Lau wins global award

    SY Lau, senior executive vice-president of Tencent and president of its Online Media Group, was named 2015 Media Person of the Year on Thursday in Beijing by the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

  • Shanghai's history of the spiced beans

    It is the snack that became a symbol of the city. Wang Ying looks at the history of the spiced beans from Town God's Temple.

  • Big ideas for small spaces

    Interior design is not just about decoration but the relationship between people and space.


Asian hospitality in Abu Dhabi


Chinese drama 'Amber' staged in Germany


Li Bingbing covers L'OFFICIEL HOMMES

China, US vow to deepen military relations

Vice chairman of China's Central Military Commission Fan Changlong met with Michael Vickers, visiting US under secretary of defense for intelligence.

Premier Li attends Davos Forum

China plans to withstand downward pressure and continue with its strategic focus in 2015, Premier Li Keqiang said at the Davos Forum.

Li Na expecting first baby

Reigning Australian Open champion Li Na and husband Jiang Shan are expecting their first child.

Star's marriage is 'bittersweet' news for fans

Liu Jiao and a bunch of her music-loving peers were "heartbroken" at the news that Chinese pop icon Jay Chou got married in Britain.

Infographic:Chinese IPOs in the US in 2014

Tale of two cities

Tales from living nightmare of commuters' life in the 'city of beds'

China's 2014 diplomacy

The past year has witnessed a bumper harvest in Chinese diplomacy, guided by some new concepts raised by the leadership to help shape a new world where everyone is a winner.

CES: Connected cars trends to watch

Driverless cars, piloted driving solutions and connected cars are believed as a major trend of this year's International Consumer Electronics Show.

Kung fu star's son sentenced to six months in prison

Jaycee Chan, son of Jackie Chan, was sentenced to six months in prison and fined two thousand yuan ($322) for drug related charges in Beijing.

CES: Spotlight on Chinese gadgets

Chinese tech giants Lenovo, Huawei, HTC and Acer will debut their latest smartphones, laptops and wearable devices during the CES.

95% of netizens disapprove of removal of cleavage scenes

Nearly 95% of netizens disapprove the removal of scenes showing cleavage on screen in Empress of China, calling the move "unnecessary".

How does anti-graft watchdog handle petitions?

China's top anti-graft watchdog has published photos on its new mobile app and relaunched website that shed light on the process involved in dealing with people's petitions.

Top-level lab gears up to study Ebola virus

China's first laboratory to study highly contagious and fatal diseases has been inaugurated in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, and will enable scientists to research live Ebola viruses.

Jan manufacturing PMI falls to 28-month low

The purchasing managers' index for the non-manufacturing sector retreated to 53.7 in Jan from 54.1 in Dec, an official monthly survey showed.

Central China city allows 72-hour visa exemptions

Wuhan, capital city of central China's Hubei Province, will allow 72-hour transit visa exemptions for foreign nationals beginning March.

Beijing to build Universal Studios

Construction on a Universal Studios theme park will begin in Beijing's east suburban district of Tongzhou this year, district director Yue Peng said.

Chinese Community Leaders

Jack Tchen:Curating Sino-American history

China Hands

Robert Daly: Many of his paths lead to China
  • Gary Locke: China hand extraordinaire

    He is a man of many firsts: the first Chinese-American US ambassador to China, the first Chinese-American Secretary of Commerce and the first Chinese-American governor of the State of Washington.

  • Building bridges from Michigan to China

    As Governor Rick Snyder wraps up another extended trip to China, Michigan continues to be a leader among US states in developing economic and cultural ties with China.


Your Honor Meets Your Honor
  • Henry Tang: Pushing forward US-China dialogue

    In the 1960s, Henry Tang was an undergraduate student at Columbia University pursuing a degree in international economics and tinkering with the idea of getting a PhD and becoming a US-China specialist. He would go to Columbia's library to take out books on China.

  • China's train makers to court investors on road show

    Senior management at China's CNR Corp and CSR Corp - the country's largest train makers - are on a global tour to reinsure investors as the two companies merge into what will be the world's largest train maker.

  • Chinese company unveils long-range electric bus

    China’s BYD Motors Inc unveiled the world's first long range, electric-battery bus in New Orleans on Jan 27 at the United Motorcoach Association’s Expo 2015.


Keystone XL bill passes in Senate, faces Obama veto
  • US law firms review Alibaba's fakes issue

    Two New York-based law firms are investigating investor claims about the business practices of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in light of a critical Chinese government report about counterfeit goods being sold on a company platform.

  • Your honor meets your honors

    Tao Kaiyuan (center), vice-president of Supreme People's Court of China, poses with Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States Ruth Ginsburg (left) and retired Associate Justice Sandra Day O'Connor in the US Supreme Court in Washington on Wednesday.

  • USC student murder case grinds on

    A public hearing in the case of the July 24, 2014 murder of Chinese USC graduate student JiXinran took place at Clara Shortridge FoltzCriminal Justice Center in Los Angeles on Thursday morning.


IS says it beheads Japanese hostage Goto
  • Mexico suspends high-speed train project

    Mexico said Friday it had suspended construction of a high- speed rail project three months after the country cancelled a contract to build it won by a Chinese-led consortium.

  • Italy's presidential election begins in Parliament

    Italian parliament gathered in joint session of both Houses on Thursday for the first round of voting to elect the new president, after 89-year-old Giorgio Napolitano resigned on January 14th.

  • Saudi's new ruler reshuffles cabinet

    Saudi Arabia's new King Salman announced a cabinet reshuffle on Thursday, according to local media report. According to the order, he appointed new ministers of justice, Islamic affairs, agriculture and information and a new intelligence chief.


Athletic Club, Villarreal and Espanyol join Barca in Cup semi-finals
  • 'Belt and Road Initiatives' no Marshall Plan of China

    The Cold War mentality and bipolar structure have no place in China's Silk Road initiatives, which are open to all countries and aim to achieve win-win results rather than regional hegemony.

  • More openness needed to update China-DPRK ties

    When confronted with an emergency near the border that poses a threat to bilateral relations, the most sensible thing to do is to establish instant communication and discuss how to resolve the issue.

  • Taobao and regulator must refine e-business

    The squabble between China's e-commerce giant Alibaba and the State's market regulator, caused by a product quality report, points to improved market environment and governance.


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