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Harvested crops help present a unique autumn scene in Wuyuan ancient town

Villagers of Wuyuan ancient town in Jiangxi province put the newly harvested agricultural produce like red chili, white kidney beans and buck wheat out on the ground or on drying racks, which are usually set on the the villagers' Hui-style residences.

 

Models heat up Xinjiang desert with Atlas silk

Models present Atlas silk in the Taklimakan Desert in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Aug 25, 2015.

 

Prints and boots with tassels are likely fall trends

As the summer recedes, it is time to pack up the season's clothing and go shopping for the next. Galeries Lafayette Beijing recently held a preview of some 2015 fall/winter collections that offer glimpses of likely trends in the coming few months.

 

From the office to the ring, White Collar Boxing is now a reality show

"White Collar Boxing", a reality show featuring six white collar professionals in China being trained to fight in the ring, is currently being aired on tv.sohu.com.

 

Veterans realize dream of taking wedding photos

With the help of college students of Zhejiang Normal University, four couples over the age 80 took wedding photos in Jinhua city, east China's Zhejiang province on the afternoon of August 14, 2015.

 

A survival guide for singles on Chinese Valentine’s Day

It's Qixi, or Chinese Valentine's Day. Before you know it, the streets and your social media will suddenly be overwhelmed by couples showing off their romantic moments. This can be a difficult time for  singles, so  here are some ways to fight back.

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Private museum struggles to survive in Shanghai

20 private museums in Shanghai struggles to survive because of lack of policy and finacial support.

Meet Dai Dali, the pole-dancing pensioner

After competing on the TV talent show "Amazing Chinese", and winning a national pole dancing competition, Dai Dali, 70, is a prime example of how retirement shouldn't just be about winding down.

New deal looks to halt glitches in cinemas

When Chinese moviegoers find the 3-D screen suddenly losing color, or hear the sounds from a different movie playing in an adjacent hall, they obviously think they haven't got their money's worth. In relative terms, audiences in North America are mostly spared such experiences.

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