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China Daily Website

Africa Weekly

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Cover Story

Heady mix

Mozambique is on track for exciting future as it seeks to exploit its mineral wealth with Chinese collaboration.

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News Digest
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Comment
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Business

Quotable

"China has become the third-largest country by the number of companies listed on NYSE Euronext, following the United States and Canada."

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Life

War's forgotten heroes

"Known unto God" reads the inscription on a war grave in West Flanders. Below it lie the remains of a man who was among 2,000 Chinese laborers who died in World War I and who are buried in cemeteries across Belgium and France.

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2014 NPC and CPPCC
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People

Singing the song of success

The Internet has made the term "overnight success" redundant. Now fame can come in minutes, not hours. Just ask Stephen Uwechue.

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Spotlight

From the horse's mouth, literally

Yao Shaoshuang has been the most photographed horse rider in China in the past month. Donning a cowboy hat and boots for three days, he rode a black horse from his workplace in Pixian to the city of Dujiangyan, where his mother-in-law lives, after failing to secure a bus ticket for Spring Festival travel. (The county and city lie to the northwest of Chengdu, the provincial capital.) His image appeared all over the Internet, and Yao said he received hundreds of calls, including interview requests, from the media. Apart from his inability to obtain a ticket, Yao says he made his trip on horseback as he was eager to reach his destination and to impress his in-laws on his first visit to his wife's family.

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Last Word

The face of public diplomacy

Zhao Qizheng is out there getting China's message across every day through better communication

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X - Ray

Moderation trumps prejudice

Amid the shock and anger arising from the Kunming terrorist attack was a new voice of rationality, a grassroots effort to separate the terrorists from the masses who reside in Xinjiang

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Envoy's Eye

Abe's policies will backfire, says diplomat

Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's nationalistic policies will "not go far", as his country's economic interests are intertwined with the world's, especially in Asia, a veteran diplomat says.

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Infographics
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Education

Watering trees of knowledge

East China Normal University takes the lead in fostering academic exchanges with Africa

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