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Beauty robot attracts attention during Summer Davos in Tianjin

 

World's longest glass bridge to be put into use

 

Yoga moves added to armed police physical training

 

Kicking the ball: Kindergarten children play soccer

 

University students go underwater to celebrate graduation

 

Ten photos from around China: June 17 - 23

 

County official parachutes from 3,000 meters to promote local tourism

Ruling may 'open Pandora's box'

A senior publicity official has warned that the possible South China Sea ruling by an arbitration panel may "set a dangerous precedent and open a Pandora's box in the sea".

Poverty funds facing stiffer supervision

Prosecuting authority expands efforts to stop embezzlement of money meant to help poor

Guns a growing factor in narcotics enforcement

Nearly 500 guns were seized in major drug cases in China last year, a significant growth of firearms associated with drug manufacturing and trafficking, the drug control authority said on Thursday.

Crackdown launched to get rid of 'toxic tracks'

China's top education authorities are cracking down on so-called toxic running tracks on campuses nationwide to protect students' health, the Ministry of Education said on its website on Thursday.

Guns a growing factor in narcotics enforcement

Nearly 500 guns were seized in major drug cases in China last year, a significant growth of firearms associated with drug manufacturing and trafficking, the drug control authority said on Thursday.

China's new carrier rocket Long March-7 cleaner, stronger

China's new generation carrier rocket the Long March-7 will leave no pollution as burning of its propellants produces only carbon dioxides and water, according to a project insider.

Migrant math whiz offered a job

A migrant worker who developed five unique math formulas and inspired a university professor has been offered a new job that will give him more space for personal development.

China's 'economic outlook is bright', says Li Ka-shing

Hong Kong's richest man said the Chinese mainland's economic outlook is bright in the long term, casting a vote of confidence in the economy that has witnessed slower growth in the past quarters.

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