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Ping-pong coach goes to bat for disabled athletes

[2014-04-20 08:01]

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.

Dream debate

[2014-04-20 08:00]

How does the Chinese dream compare to the aspirations and goals of other nations?

Japan minister at shrine honoring war criminals

[2014-04-20 10:33]

Keiji Furuya has visited a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead, including war criminals, a move that has previously caused friction with Japan's neighbors.

Hangzhou-Changsha high-speed railway under construction

[2014-04-20 10:09]

People work at a construction site of the Hangzhou-Changsha high-speed railway in Jinhua City, east China's Zhejiang Province, April 10, 2014. The 933-kilometer high-speed railway linking Hangzhou City and Changsha City is designed at a top speed of 350km/h. More than 90 percent of the electrification project in Zhejiang section has been completed so far.

A life tied to a rope

[2014-04-20 10:06]

Wang Chuanfu, 74-year-old, walks with his 17-year-old grandson Wang Xiao, tied to a rope in a community in Nangang County, Hefei, East China's Anhui province, April 17, 2014. They have been walking like this for more than 10 years. Wang Xiao was born with congenital cerebral palsy, a severe brain disease, due to which he has no awareness or ability to look after himself. His parents gave birth to another child and left Wang Xiao with his grandparents after all the treatment failed.

Skiing or snowboarding in bikinis or shorts

[2014-04-20 09:50]

Snowboarders prepare to compete in the Bikini & Board Shorts Downhill at Crystal Mountain, a ski resort near Enumclaw, Washington April 19, 2014. Skiers and snowboarders competed for a chance to win one of four season's passes.

Angry relatives clash with S.Korea police

[2014-04-20 09:28]

Angry relatives of hundreds of missing inside a sunken South Korean ferry clashed with police on Sunday morning as coastguard divers retrieved 10 more bodies from the ship and the official number of dead rose to 46 people.

The crossroads of mortality and morality

[2014-04-20 08:25]

The following is an interview in which Zhang Lei transcribes the insights of Peking University Health Science Center professor Wang Yifang. Wang's courses prepare medical students for the philosophical questions they'll face when they battle death every day - and often lose.

Life training for death

[2014-04-20 08:21]

A budding academic movement seeks to prepare medical students for the philosophical questions that could arise when patients die.

Copycat TV shows court legal questions

[2014-04-20 08:04]

Copycatting ideas from popular TV reality shows is more like unfair competition than copyright infringement, experts said at a symposium on Saturday.

Shortage of innovation harms creative exports

[2014-04-20 08:01]

Industries relying on intellectual property rights are contributing more to the country's GDP, yet greater efforts are needed to boost their share.

S.Korea mulls special disaster zone as deaths rise to 36

[2014-04-20 06:49]

South Korea is considering designating the capsize site as a special disaster zone, as bodies have been retrieved from inside the ferry and toll hits 36.

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