Wedding bells ring at last for five border policemen


Public restroom offers TV, sofa and tea table in Hangzhou, a wedding was held in Urumqi where the bridegroom, a soldier, tied the knot via a video link.

HIV cases rising among the elderly

The latest statistics show that from January to the end of June, the city reported 48 HIV cases in people 60 or older, compared with only 17 cases in 2007.

Campaign of physical education improves student fitness

Efforts to promote physical education have led to improvement in the average level of fitness among students after years of decline.

Man takes hostage in Wangfujing pedestrian street

Police rescued a woman taken hostage by a man armed with knife in Wangfujing pedestrian street Wednesday night. The man accosted the woman at around 9:22 pm near the Beijing apm shopping center. Police rescued her at 9:57 pm.

Chinese men no match for Chinese women?

A media professional sparked an online furor when she posted that Chinese men look like "college students newly enrolled from rural China".

China produces world's largest amphibious aircraft

Trial production of the TA600 aircraft, intended to be the world's largest amphibious aircraft, has started in China following completion of the design process.

Chinese getting a taste of Cuba through salsa

Thirty Chinese salsa dance enthusiasts will fly to Cuba in September for an intensive certification process but they may find time for some sun and fun on the beach as well.

Thai junta sets plan for fast rail links to China

Thailand's military government approved a massive budget to upgrade the country's railways including high-speed rail that would eventually link with China.

No suspected Ebola case so far in Hong Kong

As of July 30, Hong Kong Secretary for Food and Health announced that it hasn't received any reports of suspected Ebola case.

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