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"Enjoy Reading, Enjoy Life" charity event launched in Beijing

 

Xinjiang experiences extreme weather

 

Replica guns seized in Xinjiang

 

'No-pants' ride in Harbin

 

Automatic response

 

Beijing Auto Show – models backstage

 

Navy ships open to the public

Taxi driver's 24-hour shift proves fatal, official alleged to hold eight fake identities and villager attends own 'unforgettable' funeral.

9 detained for SW China mine blast

Nine people have been arrested after a coal mine gas explosion that killed 14 mine workers Monday in southwest China's Yunnan Province, local authorities said Wednesday.

Strike continues in Dongguan

Tens of thousands of workers continue a weeklong work stoppage over what they claim are underpaid social security benefits by a major shoemaker in Guangdong province.

Obesity case feeds concern

The death of a 22-year-old man, who weighed nearly 300 kg when he died from lung and heart failure, underscores China's growing problems with obesity.

Photos: Fattest person in China dies at 22

133 could face prostitution charges

A total of 133 people suspected of being involved in the prostitution business at a nightclub in Zhengzhou, capital of Henan province, have been transferred to prosecutors, China Daily learned on Tuesday.

Replica guns seized in Xinjiang

A police officer from the public security bureau of Saybagh district in Urumqi, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, displays the replica firearms on Monday that were recently seized from a toy wholesaler.

Navies invite public on board for tours

Navies in Qingdao for the 14th annual meeting of the Western Pacific Naval Symposium welcomed the public to tour active warships on Tuesday before sailing out for a joint drill on Wednesday.

China tackling security risks after Windows XP demise

The Chinese government is making efforts to solve possible security risks for government agencies after Microsoft stopped providing security updates for Windows XP, an official said on Tuesday.

Ping-pong coach goes to bat for disabled athletes

Heng Xin, 49, failed to realize his dream of becoming a professional athlete or an Olympic medalist, but he believes he has gained more by being a coach of disabled ping-pong players.

Li says economy can continue growth

Premier Li Keqiang said China has the conditions to keep its economy moving with another round of reform and opening-up.

Video reveals true picture of Hong Kong incident

Video released on Internet contradicts journalist's original account of the incident in which a mainland couple was arrested in Hong Kong after allowing their child to urinate in public.

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