China / Beijing

Beijing media gets 1st look at new iPhone 5C

[2013-09-11 14:53]

New iPhone 5Cs are displayed at a media event in an Apple Inc office in Beijing on Sept 11, 2013.

Beijing hosts world powerlifting event for visually impaired

[2013-09-10 15:55]

The 11th World Powerlifting Championships for Visually Impaired Athletes kicked off in Beijing on Monday with 102 participants from 11 countries including Russia, the United States and Turkey.

Former China rail chief admits graft

[2013-09-10 13:44]

A former senior railway official pleaded guilty to corruption on Tuesday morning during his trial at a Beijing court.

Kung fu fans need not leave the capital to get their kicks

[2013-09-08 14:05]

For people in Beijing who are interested in kung fu but prefer to stay in the city to learn, Planet Travel now has a plan.

Rubber Duck knockoff in Beijing's Yuyuantan

[2013-09-06 15:28]

A replica rubber duck wears a green vest and is accompanied by seven inflated "duck eggs" at Yuyuantan Park, Beijing, Sept 6, 2013.

Giant Rubber Duck comes to life in Beijing

[2013-09-06 13:37]

The 18-meter-tall inflatable rubber duck, created by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman, will be in Beijing until October, floating first at Beijing Garden Expo Park from Sept 6 to 23.

Beijing rugby team faces penalty for match-throwing

[2013-09-04 19:54]

The Beijing women's rugby sevens team could be stripped of the silver medals they won at the National Games for match-throwing pending an investigation.

Giant rubber duck set to float in Beijing

[2013-09-04 14:50]

A giant rubber duck designed by Dutch artist Florentijn Hofman will be in Beijing from September to October.

Beijing to cut car registrations in 2014

[2013-09-03 16:04]

Beijing will reduce car registrations from next year in a bid to clean up its air and ease traffic congestion, local transport authorities said Tuesday.
Beijing urged to take lead in air pollution treatment

Beijing's custom buses can be booked online

[2013-08-30 10:37]

Beijing's customized buses can be booked online starting Sept 1, People's Daily reported Friday.

Beijing braces for heavy September traffic

[2013-08-28 16:50]

Road traffic in the capital is expected to worsen next month, transportation authorities said.

'Fairy Tale King' calls for child molestation class

[2013-08-28 10:11]

A well-known writer and child education expert suggested primary schools in China start the school year with a lesson on how to prevent child molestations, after a string of molestation cases in schools were exposed across the country this year.

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