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Climbing a ladder of knives to mark Double Third Day festival

Draft law outlines NGO requirements

Foreign NGOs will have to be approved by authorities if they want to set up offices on the mainland or temporarily operate on the mainland.

Ministry cracks whip on strip shows held at funerals

Organizers of strip shows in rural areas will be severely punished in a campaign to crack down on the illegal performances.

Job seekers shun life in big cities

More job seekers are moving to smaller cities to escape the pressures of living and working in metropolises like Beijing and Shanghai, a report on employment in the first quarter said.

Face-kini fad hits models

The scenic spot held an activity to mark Earth Day on Wednesday and to promote its tourism resources. It has become a fad at many beaches for swimmers to put on fabric masks to protect their entire head and neck from burning sunlight.

Reading on rise for CPC members

Half of the participants in the 2014 survey said they read 10 books or more in a year, a growth of more than 10 percentage points over 2009.

Industrial challenges give Li food for thought

Worrying about the challenges faced by traditional industries, in particular the textile sector, has made Li Keqiang lose his appetite, the premier revealed on Thursday.

Beidou satellite extends its reach to global data

China's new-generation satellite of the Beidou Navigation Satellite System starts sending data back, marking its first step to become global service.

Man who quit his job for public good

Zeng Zhi, 29, quit a stable job and started his own business to promote regional culture and public good, an area where he had little knowledge about.

A mini-world of landmark skyscrapers in Shanghai

Half-finished skyscraper models cluster at a site in Shanghai, March 25, 2015. It takes months to construct the models, at scales of 1:50-1:100.

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