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  • Time to get straight to the point

    2013-10-17 08:14

    The Chinese government has moved to improve the transparency of official information through a radical overhaul of the system whereby departmental spokespeople explain government policy.

  • 'Tibetan orphans' exposes Dalai's hypocrisy

    2013-10-17 07:04

    The "Tibetan orphans" incident, exposed by European media, has lifted the veil on the callous and hypocritical Dalai Lama clique, who have been masquerading as pacifist and benevolent.

  • Agency directs TCM to ensure safety

    2013-10-17 00:03

    The China Food and Drug Administration is attempting to improve how traditional Chinese medicine is produced with the help of a host of government agencies.

  • Airport bomber gets six years

    2013-10-16 01:06

    A man who set off a homemade bomb at Beijing Capital International Airport to protest the handling of a dispute that he alleges left him in a wheelchair was sentenced on Tuesday to six years in prison.

  • Cooking fumes debated as pollution cause

    2013-10-16 00:49

    Fumes let off during cooking at home can be linked with respiratory issues, including cancer, but more research needs to be done to determine the effect on air pollution levels.

  • Courts urged to make use of new media

    2013-10-16 01:01

    China's top court asked each court to make full use of new media platforms, including micro blogs, to update trial information in a timely manner and improve judicial transparency.

  • Press merger could open new door

    2013-10-15 07:05

    The two main press groups in Shanghai are to merge,in a move that experts predict will produce new products in digital media.

  • Film project to spotlight ethnic groups

    2013-10-15 07:03

    The central government has announced plans for a project of a series of movies featuring the country's ethnic groups.

  • Vocational schools introduce special classes

    2013-10-15 00:30

    Sixteen-year-old Hou Qiren, who has autism, had a new choice this year for continuing his education after graduating from a junior high school of special education in Guangzhou, Guangdong province.

  • Bathhouse ban bid makes waves

    2013-10-15 00:24

    UNAIDS' China office has expressed concern with a draft regulation from the Ministry of Commerce that would ask bathhouses to ban people with HIV.

  • Senior couples keep love's flame burning

    2013-10-14 08:22

    Li Changqing has made a promise to his girlfriend: If he lives to be 100, he'll marry her. It's not that far away; he's already 96 years old.

  • Laws bring reduction in forced demolition

    2013-10-14 08:12

    New rules help keep violent incidents and confrontations in check.

  • Group a building block for Africa

    An unusually heavy downpour hit Durban for two days before the BRICS summit's debut on African soil, but interest for a better platform for emerging markets were still sparked at the summit.