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Happy faces in Tibet

 

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Cambridge graduate crowned Miss Hong Kong 2015

 

Glimpses of Tibet: Plateaus, people and faith

Online platforms banned from selling drones until Friday

Major online shopping platforms have been told to stop selling drones due to the military parade being held in Beijing on Thursday.

Top Party school relocates stone sign written by Jiang Zemin

Communist Party of China Central Committee's Party School, a key training center for senior officials, erects statues of renowned figures.

Former butler to the Iron Lady at your service in China

Gary Williams, principal of The British Butler Institute, the sole such body in the world, will offer his service for one day each in Beijing, Shanghai and Hangzhou.

Road, subway restrictions listed online

Some areas of Beijing, including several subway stations, face restrictions this week ahead of Thursday's parade in the capital.

Grads who start businesses rewarded

The average monthly income and job satisfaction of college graduates who start their own businesses are higher than their peers who are employed by companies and institutions, a survey found.

China's economy operating within appropriate range: Premier

The Chinese economy is operating within the approriate range as China continues to lead the world in terms of growth, said Premier Li Keqiang.

Colleges face foreign challenges

Southeast Asian countries are seeking more cooperation with Chinese universities, but challenges remain, as China Daily reporters find out in Guiyang, Guizhou province.

China launches Yaogan-27 remote sensing satellite

China's Yaogan-27 remote sensing satellite was sent into space on Thursday at 10:31 am Beijing Time, from Taiyuan launch site in Shanxi province, north China.

Reefs increase 10% after rescue by 'blue knights'

For the past two years, Qian Jun, 25, has spent at least six months a year on the 4.36-sq-km island. But he is not there to fish. As a graduate student majoring in marine biology at Hainan University, Qian, along with two classmates, is there to restore coral reefs.

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.

Kids celebrate birthday of panda Kaikai in Macao

Children write birthday cards for giant panda "Kaikai" in Macao Special Administrative Region, south China, Aug 23, 2015. Children were invited to celebrate giant panda Kaikai's 7th birthday here on Sunday.

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