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  • Two arrested for concealing accident

    2013-08-04 07:29

    Two men have been detained by police for allegedly concealing an explosion that killed seven workers in North China's Hebei province.

  • Secrets of Hexi Corridor

    2013-08-04 11:54

    Hexi Corridor in Northwest China's Gansu province refers to a string of oases stretching for some 1,000 kilometers from the Wushaoling hillside near Lanzhou to the Jade Gate, at the border of Gansu and Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

  • Bridging hope and history

    2013-08-04 09:31

    An unexpected disaster has become a rallying call to preserve heirloom and heritage, galvanizing a whole community into realizing how fragile some traditions can become.

  • Tip-offs wanted regarding faux master

    2013-08-03 21:12

    The health inspection institute of Jiangxi province on Saturday called on the public to offer tips regarding potentially illegal medical practices conducted by self-proclaimed "qigong" master Wang Lin.

  • Forum fights desertification

    2013-08-03 03:47

    The United Nations is seeking more cooperation with China to explore better models to fight desertification, according to the Kubuqi International Desert Forum 2013 that opened in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

  • Singer's fake bomb threat sparks debate

    2013-08-03 03:30

    Discussion online about terrorism threats and harmless jokes has continued in China, after outspoken singer Wu Hongfei was released by police on Friday after posting a fake bomb threat online.

  • Doctor suspected of child trafficking

    2013-08-03 03:25

    Police questioned an obstetrician-gynecologist and two other people suspected of human trafficking in Shaanxi province, and detained the two other suspects.

  • Tropical storm bulks up for touchdown

    2013-08-03 03:19

    Tens of thousands of ships were called back to port in coastal cities of southern China on Friday as Tropical Storm Chebi approaches Hainan and Guangdong.

  • City's visa-free offer gets first takers

    2013-08-02 00:40

    Guangzhou is following Beijing and Shanghai in introducing visa-free stays. The policy includes visitors from the United States, Canada, Britain, France, Germany, Russia and Japan.

  • Students head overseas at younger ages

    2013-08-02 00:33

    To protect their children from the pressure of the fierce competition faced by millions of college-bound exam takers in the country,an increasing number of Chinese parents are sending their children abroad.

  • One-stop service offers new hope

    2013-08-02 00:08

    One-stop service, a new model project initiated last year, facilitated her quick access to the lifesaving antiretroviral therapy, taking only about eight days from HIV screening to receiving medication.

  • Private museums increasingly under spotlight

    2013-08-01 23:49

    Yet novelist Ma Boyong smelled a rat. After visiting the museum, he used his blog to accuse the privately owned museum of exhibiting worthless forgeries.

  • 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.