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Deliveryman pursues musical dreams

Making food deliveries by day and singing by night — this is how Yu Jiqiang described his life in Xi'an, Northwest China's Shaanxi province.

China to launch man-made moons in space

China's man-made moon conception is expected to be realized in 2022, Science and Technology Daily reported.

China’s self-developed commercial drone Feihong-98 completes test flight

A large commercial drone developed and modified by the China Academy of Aerospace Electronics Technology made a successful test flight at Baotou test site in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Tuesday.

Foreigner's knee pain cured by TCM

After receiving acupuncture treatment four times at the Central Hospital of Wuhan in Hubei province, John Kendrew no longer feels any pain in his knee.

Public make way for injured teenager

A severely injured teenager arrived at Beijing Tiantan Hospital from North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region nearly two hours earlier than expectated thanks to traffic police and the public, chinanews.com reported.

Yang Huiyan crowned richest Chinese woman

Yang Huiyan, vice-chairwoman of Country Garden, ranked first on the list of richest Chinese women for the sixth consecutive year, according to Hurun Richest Woman in China 2018 released on Tuesday.

Hong Kong and Shenzhen among top 10 global competitive cities

Hong Kong and Shenzhen are among the top 10 most competitive cities in the world, ranking seventh and tenth respectively, a new survey shows.

Major English publisher releases Real Shanghai Mathematics textbook series

HarperCollins on Oct 10 released the Real Shanghai Mathematics textbook series at the Frankfurt Book Fair.

Surgeon asks patient to sing during brain tumor operation

A brain tumor patient sang a song during surgery not to relax but to cooperate with the surgeons carrying out the operation, the Paper.cn reported on Wednesday.

Standards for TCM decoction to be applied globally

The China-made standards for decocting traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) have been approved by the World Federation of Chinese Medicine Societies and expected to be implemented across the world, CCTV reported on Wednesday.

Three harvests step toward commercial use for seawater rice

Three experimental fields of seawater rice were harvested in China on Wednesday, a further step toward its future commercial viability.

Drone leads man out of 'Sea of Death'

A man who lost his way in a dangerous desert where men can hardly survive was saved by a drone, reported Beijing Youth Daily.

Chinese tourists benefit global tourism industry

Chinese tourists not only contribute a lot to domestic tourism revenue but also to the income of many other countries since nearly 7 million outbound trips were made from Chinese mainland during the weeklong National Day holiday.

Infographic: More Chinese on the road during 'Golden Week'

Infographic: More Chinese spend National Day holiday on the road.

Bridge turns 120 degrees in 2 hours

A 18,000-ton bridge was swung into place after being turned 120 degrees, setting a new record in China's over-railway bridge construction.

WHO adds TCM to leading medical book

For the first time, the World Health Organization has included traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the latest version of its globally influential medical compendium, according to an international science journal.

Zhejiang wins UN's top environmental honor

East China's Zhejiang province was recognized with a Champions of the Earth Award, the UN's highest environmental honor, on Wednesday.

Tsinghua overhauls Peking in university rankings

Tsinghua University has overtaken Peking University for the first time to be named the best higher education institution on the Chinese mainland in the latest Times Higher Education report.

Medical team saves boy's life with 30,000 chest compressions

Thirty medical professionals took turns performing more than 30,000 chest compressions over five hours to save an 8-year-old boy who went into sudden cardiac arrest on Friday at Changzhou Children's Hospital, East China's Jiangsu province, the thepaper.cn reported.

Heart-warming stories of teachers

September 10 is celebrated across China as the Teachers’ Day. Let’s have a look at some heart-warming stories of teachers.

Husband carries wife on tour of China

With his wife on his back, Wang Xiaomin spent more than 12 hours visiting Huangshan Mountain, in eastern China's Anhui province, on July 22.

ALS patient, 29, tackles peaks

When Zhang Wei was 7 years old, he was told he would not live past 18.

Yoga brings well-being to villagers

Residents in a small village 300 kilometers northwest of Beijing used to plant corn and potatoes for living. However, a village official assigned there to support poverty alleviation work has changed their lifestyle by bringing yoga to them.

Professor donates $2.2m to help students

The story of a retired Tsinghua University professor who anonymously donated his life savings to poor students, despite being diagnosed with terminal lung cancer, has moved many people.

Elderly Chinese bike riders finish 3-month tour of Europe

Four senior cyclists have returned to China after completing an 89-day bike ride around Europe, Yangtze River Daily has reported.

72-year-old man devotes 30 years to saving birds

Li Chunru, a 72-year-old retired physician in a village in East China's Jiangxi province, has been voluntarily taking care of migratory birds at Poyang Lake nature reserve for over 30 years, bringing over 50,000 wounded wild birds out of danger.

Young man in wheelchair admitted to uni

When Yuan Qiu received his admission letter from Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, he smiled broadly from the wheelchair he's used for five years.

Man in Harbin plays Cupid for 38 years

In the past 38 years, Gao Jijie has helped 3,530 people find the right partner and he has never charged anyone for the work he did.

Researcher endures pain to help others

Wang Yiping, a Shanghai-based researcher who focused on new drug discoveries for 30 years, was found dead in his office.

Woman leads fight to keep wetland healthy

Wang Chunli was thrilled to receive a letter from the "Two Mas" - Alibaba founder Jack Ma Yun and Tencent CEO Pony Ma Huateng.

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