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Chinese, DPRK defense ministers discuss closer army ties

[2009-11-24 19:35]

Chinese Defense Minister Liang Guanglie met his Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) counterpart Kim Yong Chun here on Tuesday, exchanging views on bilateral relations and ties between the armed forces of the two countries.

'West Development Strategy' boosts employment

[2009-11-24 18:53]

China's 10-year-long West Development Strategy has resulted in more job opportunities than ever for residents of China's vast western regions, an official said at a briefing.

China's HIV positive population to hit 740,000

[2009-11-24 17:42]

China will have an estimated 740,000 people living with HIV/AIDS on the mainland by the end of this year, Health Minister Chen Zhu announced in Shanghai Tuesday morning.

China: Kashmir issue should be solved through dialogue

[2009-11-24 17:06]

China expressed hope on Tuesday that India and Pakistan could resolve the Kashmir issue bilaterally through dialogue and negotiations.

China to shut down illegal video websites: official

[2009-11-24 17:02]

An official of China's State Administration of Radio, Film and Television said here Tuesday that it would enforce the eradication of unlicensed websites offering online videos.

Two executed in China over tainted milk scandal

[2009-11-24 15:28]

Two people were executed in China Tuesday for their involvement in the country's contaminated milk scandal, during which at least six infants died and more than 300,000 became ill.

JF-17 Thunder fighter unveiled in Pakistan

[2009-11-24 10:39]

The JF-17, unveiled on Monday, is a kind of advanced multi-role fighter jointly invested and developed by China and Pakistan.

Carmakers see slower but robust China growth

[2009-11-24 10:27]

Car makers from General Motors to Toyota Motor expect China to keep providing much-needed relief from feeble car sales elsewhere next year, even as local brands raise their game to grab a bigger slice of their home market.

Foster kids abroad root-seeking in China

[2009-11-24 09:52]

Forty-six children who were adopted by foreigners and are growing up abroad have come back to their birthplaces in China on a root-seeking trip.

Noted Chinese translator dies at 95

[2009-11-24 09:33]

Yang Xianyi, one of China's most well-known translators, who has rendered numerous ancient Chinese classics into English, died in Beijing Monday. He was 95.

Global exchanges increase at int'l schools

[2009-11-24 17:58]

On October 25, 2009, the Zhifuxuan classroom of Langrun Garden at Peking University was full of laughter and festival atmosphere, and the "Belgium Cultural and Business Corner was unveiled with Belgian food, beers, snacks and music.

Int'l education expands job hunting horizon

[2009-11-24 17:56]

Susana Vajjlo, a student from South America, recently sent a letter of thanks to BiMBA Career Development Department, and she extended her gratitude to BiMBA because her study and experience here helps her find a good job.

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