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  • Many Americans don't buy Chinese brands

    2013-05-13 16:26

    A third of Americans would not buy a brand if they knew it to be Chinese-owned, according to a latest survey from HD Trade Services Inc, a US marketing and brand development company.

  • New lease on life

    2013-05-13 15:40

    China Daily Sunday edition pays tribute to mothers who have suffered the loss or disability of their only child during the Wenchuan earthquake five years ago.

  • World Smile Day observed in China

    2013-05-09 10:39

    Students celebrate the World Smile Day in Yinchuan, capital of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region yesterday.Shanghai Auto Museum

  • Shanghai schools want to phase out long runs

    2013-05-08 07:59

    Shanghai is attempting to introduce the 20-meter shuttle run in middle schools to replace the long-distance run, a move that has sparked controversy as many doubt the new test is a solution to teenagers' poor physical condition.

  • Butcher shares experience with alma mater

    2013-05-08 10:04

    It was the first time in 24 years that Lu Buxuan was speaking at his alma mater, Peking University, and the scene was emotional.Adventure advocate

  • Unique calling

    2013-05-08 00:44

    People with dyslexia have often been misunderstood. There are now centers in China aimed at creating public awareness and giving training courses to this group of people.

  • Log on, tune in, drop out

    2013-05-06 11:08

    Chinese couch potatoes love American TV drama - they just don't watch it on a couch.

  • A teacher for life

    2013-05-07 13:49

    Pan Shanji was the first high school graduate from the remote Dayandong village, and has spent the past 34 years as a committed educator.

  • Money spinner energizes village

    2013-05-07 11:20

    For the last 10 years, Han Li has helped her fellow villagers almost triple their income.Old Beijing photos to be auctioned in London

  • Adventure advocate

    2013-05-07 09:52

    A Belgian adventurer came to China because he first heard about the country from a Chinese tugboat worker in Nigeria, and he has come a long way since.

  • Cast in bronze and memory

    2013-05-03 10:14

    Looted relics have been a hot topic in China in recent years and were back in the news last month when it was announced that two bronze sculptures taken from Beijing during a joint attack by British and French forces in 1860 will be returned to the country.

  • Telltale signs

    2013-05-03 10:14

    Characteristics in the Chinese zodiac

  • 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.