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  • Fashioning success with unique look, strong drive

    2010-04-26 09:54

    With deep-set facial features and thick lips, Yang immediately stands out from many of her peers.

  • Married for 50 years, and loving it

    2010-04-13 10:28

    It's hard to go wrong with a theme like marriage. Even those who have never been married can relate to it. Particularly them!

  • War's forgotten faces

    2010-04-13 10:15

    An intrepid photographer tracks down the heroes of 1942, bringing those who had vanished from the nation's collective memory under the spotlight once agian.

  • Sisters of mercy

    2010-04-21 09:12

    Four Catholic nuns give love and care to people living with leprosy in rural Yunnan.

  • Celluloid dreams

    2010-04-21 08:49

    TV host Cui Yongyuan has founded a museum devoted to films, the oral histories of their production and China's movie past.

  • Picking up the pieces

    2010-04-17 09:01

    As official rescue efforts intensify in quake-hit Yushu, help is also pouring in from NGOs involved in conservation efforts. But above everything, the Tibetans are turning to their religion.

  • Home to the VVIPs

    2010-04-12 10:08

    Every detail at The St. Regis Beijing, which counts US President Barack Obama among its guests, screams luxury and perfection.

  • Netizen's favorite traffic cop sees duty of directions

    2010-04-09 09:45

    Meng Kunyu garnered widespread acclaim as the most handsome traffic police officer in Beijing after a video recording of him on the job was uploaded to the Internet.

  • Polishing the rough edges

    2010-04-08 09:57

    Are the nation's professionally successful women coarse and lacking in manners?

  • Girl next door

    2010-04-07 09:57

    A veteran air hostess, with a passion for photography, trains her lens on the ordinary lives behind the immaculate images of air service staff.

  • Wedding planner helps tie the knot

    2010-04-07 10:09

    Miyoshi Nakahara has spent the last two and a half years working as a wedding planner for the Japanese wedding planning company I Wish Wedding.

  • 'China's Schindler': A daughter remembers

    2010-04-05 08:47

    The ancient Chinese said, "树高千丈, 叶落归根", meaning, "A tree may grow to be a thousand zhang (10,000 feet) high, but its leaves fall back to its roots".

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