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Prevention better than cure on the grasslands

[2016-03-09 08:19]

After working as a doctor in Ganzi Tibet autonomous prefecture in Sichuan province for more than 40 years, Pema Yutso has plenty to say about improving medical care in the grassland areas where ethnic Tibetans live.

Infighting a sign of weakened Dalai Lama

[2016-03-09 08:19]

The ongoing infighting amid the election for leader of the Tibetan "government-in-exile" is an indicator of weakened control by the Dalai Lama over the situation, a senior political adviser said on Sunday.

Tianjin learning from fatal warehouse blasts

[2016-03-09 08:19]

We have to learn lessons from this accident and be extremely vigilant about any possible dangers, Tianjin mayor Huang Xingguo said.

Hebei shoulders capacity cutbacks

[2016-03-09 08:19]

Beijing's smog-hit neighbor Hebei needs more subsidies to help it reduce overcapacity in its major polluting industries, according to provincial officials.

Laid-off workers gaining new skills

[2016-03-09 08:19]

It was the last working day for Yang Hangming, a blast-furnace worker at Hangzhou Iron and Steel Group Company, but instead of being laid-off, Yang, 46, was sent to work in the human resources department at a privately-owned decorating company.

G20 to 'give world recovery fresh start'

[2016-03-09 08:11]

The G20 summit in China later this year is expected to initiate a new beginning to global economic recovery following the lengthy international sluggishness, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Tuesday.

Xi learns of bachelors' difficulties

[2016-03-09 08:06]

Single men who cannot find wives are among the concerns of President Xi Jinping.

Passport relaxation assists opening-up

[2016-03-09 07:30]

Though its passport application process is simplified, Xinjiang will step up efforts with neighbors to prevent people from illegally crossing borders.