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A migrant life in a movable home

 
 
 
 
 
 

A boy is made to kneel before a dog struck by a rock, a man intending to pay workers with fake cash is himself duped and a beggar becomes an online hit for his money-collecting prowess.

Typhoon hits S China, heads to Vietnam

A typhoon struck China's southernmost island of Hainan Tuesday, forcing cancellation of dozens of flights as it headed northwest toward Vietnam.

Foreign teachers may see tighter thresholds

Foreigners who intend to work as teachers in China may face higher thresholds as employers nationwide are expected to copy a Beijing regulation that requires teachers to have previous teaching experience.

Master Kong pork noodles made with tainted oil

Instant noodle company Master Kong has admitted that one of its products was made with poor-quality edible oil.

Director Wang charged with hiring prostitutes

Golden Bear-winning film director Wang Quan'an was detained last week on suspicion of hiring prostitutes, Legal Evening News reported on Monday.

Actress stuck in nations' conflict

Yoshiko Otaka, a popular singer and film actress when China was invaded by Japanese forces, died on Sept 7 at the age of 94.

Xi eyes infrastructure in Maldives

Growing links between China and the picturesque island country are highlighted by a range of projects that include building a landmark bridge and upgrading the main airport.

Space station eyes cooperation with other countries

China's manned space station, set for operation in 2022, was designed for international cooperation and knowledge will be shared with developing countiresl.

Life through a lens

A doctor by day, amateur photographer Zhou Jie takes the Internet by storm with her beautiful images.

World's largest offshore airport under construction in Dalian

Heavy duty trucks are used to transport earth and stones removed from mountain to construction site of an offshore airport in Dalian, Northeast China's Liaoning province on September 14, 2014.

Officials promote new tourism wave

Tourism ministers from APEC economies have adopted measures to ensure that the Asia-Pacific travel and leisure industry keeps pace with changing consumer trends and advances in technology.

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Paris to Beijing bike ride follows ancient route

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Young China - You've got talent

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