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Sands bucket challenge for better environment

 

Members of 12th National Committee of CPPCC arrive in Beijing

 

NPC deputies from Inner Mongolia arrive in Beijing

 

Foreign journalists begin to register for 'two sessions'

 

Visitors enjoy cherry blossom in a park in SW China's Yunnan

 

Reporters receive accreditation for 'two sessions'

 

17th Apple retail store in Chinese mainland opens in Shenyang

Legislative, advisory assemblies sweep away corrupt officials

31 newly elected deputies to the NPC and 13 new CPPCC deputies will fill vacancies before the annual two sessions begin.

Controversial smog documentary wins praise from minister

A former celebrity TV presenter China Central Television has released a self-funded documentary about smog, inspired by her sick daughter.

Reserves expanded to protect panda's habitats

China will continue its efforts to protect giant pandas by expanding nature reserves and forbidding all kinds of construction and development in their habitats and surrounding areas.

Reserves expanded to protect panda's habitats

China will continue its efforts to protect giant pandas by expanding nature reserves and forbidding all kinds of construction and development in their habitats and surrounding areas.

Xi’s travel expected to reinforce his vision

Speculation is increasing about what destination President Xi Jinping will choose for his first overseas visit of the year.

Science study trips and experiment kits gain popularity

As parents strive to foster their children's curiosity and scientific inquiry, businesses providing experiments and demonstrations are burgeoning.

China to have most robots in world by 2017

China will have more robots in its production plants than any other country as it cranks up automation of its car and electronics factories.

Chinese tea takes on global market

A new beer made with Chinese tea points to new opportunities for Chinese high-end teas as interest grows abroad despite disappointing 2014 export figures.

HK seeks fewer mainland visitors

While the number of mainland visitors to HK fell for the first time in 20 years over the Spring Festival holiday, the government in the special administrative region wants to cut it back even further.

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