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Hook, line and sinker

[2017-04-08 09:09]

Readers of some bestsellers feel duped by hype whose quality far exceeds that of the book they have paid for.

Fighting back with venom

[2017-04-01 07:45]

Amid the green vegetation on the outskirts of a small town in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, a dirt track leads to a village in a valley, molded in karst landscape.

Local gov urges relocation to bolster anti-poverty drive

[2017-04-01 08:56]

In Dahua, a county to the northwest of Nanning, a program is underway to provide subsidized housing for the poor.

The pencil marks on my mind

[2017-03-25 07:26]

Peeping through a door more than 30 years ago left an indelible mark that still holds many lessons.

Appreciating art: First learn how to break glass

[2017-03-25 07:26]

Gao Peng, a curator, says the most difficult yet moving embrace he has ever seen took place between a man and his daughter in the gallery of Today Art Museum in Beijing, where Gao has been director for the past four years.

Nobility and the art of being young

[2017-03-25 07:26]

A bowl of noodles or a piece of cloth draped over a bicycle shed are the simple kinds of things that can get the creative juices flowing.

Abandoned Tibetan mastiffs pose threat to snow leopards' primacy

[2017-03-18 07:26]

Even though the snow leopard in the Sanjiangyuan region, an area of the Tibetan Plateau in Qinghai province, is at the top of food chain, it is now being challenged by the Tibetan mastiff.

Theater group uses panda tracks to find its way through Chinese history

[2017-03-18 07:27]

Two Italian explorers follow the footprints left by a panda and venture into the culture and history of China. This is the story being told in Panda's Home by Italian visual theater group TPO.

China's desert warrior defends Dunhuang

[2017-03-18 07:27]

If it had not been for Fan Jinshi and her team, the world cultural heritage at Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes in a remote Chinese desert might have long been destroyed by sand, weather or humans.

Chasing the world's prettiest flowers

[2017-03-18 07:28]

As weather warms up, many have taken time off to get away and feel the spring in the air, especially blossoms.

The joys and tribulations of the two-children generation

[2017-03-18 07:26]

Seven years ago when Chen Minhong's son was about 3 years old, she was finally able to throw away her baby-rearing training wheels as her child entered another stage of growing up.

Expensive homes leave the cash-strapped in outer orbit

[2017-03-11 09:23]

Zhao Xudong says he has shown so many apartments, either to buy or to let, to clients over the past four years that he has lost count, but he is sure of one thing: finding a home in Shanghai is fiendishly difficult.

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