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  • Robots are not just for boys

    2012-12-25 11:26

    Cheng, 23, is the first Chinese-Australian woman to be honored with the title

  • An abiding love for the land

    2012-12-25 11:26

    Xu Fengxiang is an ecologist with a maverick view of the relationship between human and nature, and a passion for a place she did not visit until later in life.

  • Better care for graying citizens

    2012-12-25 11:20

    Woman village officials from across the nation gathered to discuss how to take better care of elderly villagers.

  • It's all in the guts

    2012-12-25 10:21

    For years we have been dieting rigorously after the year-end binges, afraid that when summer comes, the bulges will betray our gluttony.

  • Loud again after 7 years

    2012-12-21 10:10

    Rebel band Black Panther is back for a fresh encounter with fans.

  • Mandarin Cats heading to Beijing

    2012-12-21 09:56

    Cats, an award-winning musical by British composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, will soon captivate Beijing audience with a Chinese version.

  • Peripheral vision

    2012-12-21 09:41

    The word haya in Haya Ensemble means 'the edge' in the Mongolian language, but the musicians tell Mu Qian they hope more people in the center will get to know them.

  • Father of Chinese stenography dies

    2012-12-20 13:14

    For decades, Tang Yawei's name has been considered synonymous with stenography in China.

  • Biology a model in scholar's life

    2012-12-20 10:18

    Harry Potter may use a wand to cast magic spells, but David Waxman considers his microscope his special weapon.

  • She brings relics to life

    2012-12-20 11:22

    A one-time actress has found her calling as a museum guide in Chengdu.

  • Moma art fest

    2012-12-20 13:40

    The Moma Back Mountain Arts Festival has kicked off at the Modern Moma.

  • Young victims of cerebral palsy crying out for help

    2012-12-19 12:51

    Cerebral palsy, a group of disorders that affect the brain and nervous system, is taking a huge toll on Chinese society, and families with CP patients are in desperate need of help.

  • 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.