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Cooling off in pool to escape heat

 

World's largest amphibious aircraft made in China

 

Animals look for ice, shade to beat heat in Hubei

 

Nadam Fair celebrates harvest with sports in Inner Mongolia

 

Flooding sweeps Hebei as rainstorm hits North China

 

Amazing gestures in kitchen

 

Panchen Lama’s sacred ritual draws thousands of devotees

Jobs growing, but applicants are lagging

Job opportunities grew during the second quarter in the central and western part of China and in third-tier cities, thanks to e-commerce and the sharing economy.

Top Chinese economic fugitive to return

China's most wanted economic fugitive, Yang Xiuzhu, has been reported to have given up her application for political asylum in the United States, and wishes to return to China as soon as possible.

Taiwan investigators detect 'gasoline reaction'

Investigators have found "gasoline components" in burnt plastic containers in the driver's booth and baggage compartment of the bus which caught fire in Taiwan on Tuesday, killing 26 people.

Chengdu hotpot faces regulation

Zhang Feng, an expert on lubricating oil at a research institute in Beijing, dined twice at a hotpot restaurant in Chengdu, Sichuan province, during his nearly five-day stay in the city.

An overseas study experience, at home

After years spent studying the higher-education market, overseas universities with joint ventures in China are now attracting a better class of student.

Catching up fast in 3D printing

Welcome to the fascinating world of 3D printing. Theoretically, a 3D printer can 'print' or create anything drawn on paper into a three-dimensional object.

Tibetans gather for sacred ritual

From across the country and overseas, thousands gathered on Thursday for a sacred festival as the highly respected Panchen Lama began one of Tibetan Buddhism’s most important rituals, held for the first time in more than half a century.

Jobs growing, but applicants are lagging

Job opportunities grew during the second quarter in the central and western part of China and in third-tier cities, thanks to e-commerce and the sharing economy.

Taiwan investigators detect 'gasoline reaction'

Investigators have found "gasoline components" in burnt plastic containers in the driver's booth and baggage compartment of the bus which caught fire in Taiwan on Tuesday, killing 26 people.

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