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Xi underscores 'one country, two systems' policy in Macao

In his first speech made upon arrival in Macao, President Xi underscored the importance of the "one country, two systems" policy and the Basic Law.

China opposes US arms sale to Taiwan

China on Friday expressed resolute opposition to the signing by US President Barack Obama of a bill authorizing the sale of missile frigates to Taiwan.

Pilot gets 3 years for China crash that killed 44

A Chinese court on Friday sentenced an airplane captain to three years in prison after 44 people died when his plane crashed more than four years ago.

Chinese warm to Russia in the winter

Chinese travelers have been flocking to Russia. The ailing rouble has stoked Chinese traveler's enthusiasm for heading north.

Chinese warm to Russia in the winter

Chinese travelers have been flocking to Russia. The ailing rouble has stoked Chinese traveler's enthusiasm for heading north.

New observation system to boost maritime power

China will set up a network by 2020 to cope with disasters, guarantee development of the coastal economy and protect the maritime interests.

Meteorite madness in an alien landscape

As the market grows in China, a dedicated band of professionals are risking life and limb searching for extraterrestrial material in the deserts of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Dignity and disability

The Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region native never attended school since the childhood disease left her with disability.

Job seekers attend job fair for postgraduates

Job seekers look at employment information at a job fair for postgraduates in Beijing, capital of China, Dec 18, 2014. About 18,000 opportunities were offered at the fair.

Time for region to diversify, insiders say

It is time to branch out its economy from an over-reliance on gambling, as this year it may see first yearly decline in gaming revenue. The central government's ongoing anti-corruption campaign has kept some big spenders away from the VIP rooms.

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Fighter at heart

A Filipino-American, who gave up a software job in the US, finds his punch in Beijing with a club that offers training in combat sports.

Getting my first hair cut in Ningbo

One of the potentially most traumatic things a girl has to go through is finding a new hairdresser.

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