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» Peak problem: Mountain of impounded shared bikes seen in Hefei
08/17/17 09:36
While shared bikes are bringing convenience in traffic-clogged cities, they also are causing inconvenience as sidewalks and other public places are littered with shared bikes.

» 'Fuxing' bullet train to be put into operation in N China
08/17/17 09:23
China's next-generation bullet train, the "Fuxing," will be put into operation in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei area on August 21, China Railway Corp., the train's operator, said Wednesday.

» Public weighs in on giant telescope design
08/17/17 08:57
The Chinese public has developed an interest in the development of the world's largest telescope, as scientific disagreements about its design broke into cyberspace.

» Residents pitch in to burnish coastal city's clean reputation
08/17/17 08:50
It was 7 o'clock in the morning. Peng Zuxun, 82, a resident of Qinhuangdao's Greatwall Garden community, left home to start his day, with a scraping tool in his pocket as usual.

» Mobike defends its lock system in court
08/17/17 08:44
Chinese bike-sharing giant Mobike testified in a Shanghai court on Wednesday that its technical process for unlocking the shared bikes is different from the invention of an auto parts technician surnamed Hu, who sued the company for patent infringement.

» Military-themed trips gain popularity
08/17/17 08:39
With the high-profile People's Liberation Army 90th anniversary celebrations in July, military-themed trips have gained popularity among children and parents, according to an travel industry insider.

» Refreshing journey: Bus turned into 'swimming pool'
08/17/17 08:15
Watch this picture closely. Is that boy swimming on a bus? Well, don't let the eye fool you. It's just a novelty created by the bus drivers of Line 8 in Jinhua, Zhejiang province, by covering the buses with pool decals, making the passengers feel cool amid the heat wave in the city.

» Tea package dispute ends in a legal draw
08/17/17 08:00
China's top court has ruled that the two leading brands of herbal tea may both use the exact same packaging, as long as they do not harm each other's interests.

» Square dancing on the water
08/17/17 07:52
A group of canoers put down their paddles and start dancing to music in the shallow part of a river.

» Tea package dispute ends in a legal draw
08/17/17 07:51
China's top court has ruled that the two leading brands of herbal tea may both use the exact same packaging, as long as they do not harm each other's interests.

» Chinese travel overseas to escape summer heat
08/17/17 07:44
The continuous summer heat in many parts of China has induced large numbers of people to travel to cooler climes overseas, according to the travel industry.

» 2 disease control officials punished over HIV/AIDS
08/17/17 07:34
Two disease control officials in Henan province have been punished for embezzling government subsidies paid to local HIV/AIDS carriers and forcing patients to buy drugs that were not approved by the China Food and Drug Administration.

» No-mercury future for thermometers
08/17/17 07:33
About 7 million mercury thermometers in hospitals and clinics across China may be phased out by the end of this year, as an international treaty to protect human health and the environment from poisonous mercury took effect in China on Wednesday.

» Pei family maxim fosters ancestral pride
08/17/17 07:29
Strong sense of belonging is drawing visitors to a village in Shanxi province and keeping it alive.

» Rural children more vulnerable to delayed brain development
08/17/17 07:17
Studies suggest that youngsters living in the countryside are likely to experience lower levels of cognitive growth than their urban peers.

» New land-based export weapons show off
08/17/17 07:04
China demonstrated many of its domestically developed tanks and other land-based weapons in an arms show before hundreds of foreign military officers in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Wednesday.

» Protect period of strategic opportunity
08/17/17 07:03
Just before the 90th anniversary of the founding of the People's Liberation Army, top leader Xi Jinping told the parading troops on July 30 at the military training base in Zhurihe in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region that the PLA had to build itself into a world-class elite force that can fight and win.

» Foreign businesses to face fewer roadblocks in China
08/17/17 06:33
China will further lower market access thresholds in areas like the banking and securities industry and expand the early negative list for management to attract more foreign investments, the State Council said on Wednesday.

» Five cities in Hebei are China's worst polluters
08/17/17 05:31
Smog-shrouded Hebei province's six major cities were among the top 10 cities with severe air pollution during the first seven months of 2017. But officials insisted on imposing tougher controls for the coming months to meet annual reduction targets.

» China's rail freight grows faster as economy holds steady
08/16/17 20:48
China's rail freight volume recorded faster growth in July, the national railway operator said Wednesday.

» Tencent's profit jumps 68%, revenue 59%
08/16/17 20:31
Gaming-to-social networking conglomerate Tencent Holdings Ltd reported on Wednesday a solid quarter bolstered by exceptional performances in games, digital advertising and payment services.

» China’s Online Giants Back $12 Billion Deal to Shake Up State Firm
08/16/17 18:04 NYT > China
Tencent and Alibaba are among private companies that will take stakes in China Unicom, as part of an effort to overhaul bloated state-run companies.

» Last order: How online store selling urns deals with death
08/16/17 17:42
Comforting someone who has lost a near and dear one is never easy. Now imagine comforting a total stranger and that too on the internet. But that's what Chen Xiaoxiao did after a customer placed an order for an urn with her company online.

» Chinese artist makes vases using playing cards
08/16/17 17:00
The 65-year-old craftsman from Qianjiang, Hubei province, uses playing cards to make his creations, some of which stand about 1 meter tall.

» Chinese artist makes vases using playing cards
08/16/17 17:00
The 65-year-old craftsman from Qianjiang, Hubei province, uses playing cards to make his creations, some of which stand about 1 meter tall.

» Chinese vice premier calls on China, Nepal to enhance traditional medicine cooperation
08/16/17 16:26
Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang Wednesday called on China and Nepal to step up their cooperation in research and application of traditional medicine.

» Fossilized dinosaur footprints discovered in Southwest China
08/16/17 16:05
More than 200 fossilized dinosaur footprints have been discovered in Maotai township, a town famous for China's top alcohol brand, Kweichow Moutai.

» 12-meter-long electric smart bus starts road test in Central China
08/16/17 15:35
Photo taken on Aug 15, 2017 shows a 12-meter-long electric smart bus running on the road during a road test in Zhuzhou, Central China's Hunan province.

» A Chinese Video Game Rakes in Cash — and Draws Young Rule Breakers
08/16/17 15:14 NYT > China
Amid political pressure, Tencent’s popular Honor of Kings added limits on how long young people can play, but fake accounts and other workarounds have proliferated.

» A Chinese Video Game Rakes in Cash — and Draws Young Rule Breakers
08/16/17 15:14 NYT > China
Amid political pressure, Tencent’s popular Honor of Kings added limits on how long young people can play, but fake accounts and other workarounds have proliferated.