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» 11 dead in China mine accidents
03/25/17 19:07
The death toll has climbed to 11 following a pair of accidents at two neighboring gold mines in central China's Henan province Friday, local authorities said Saturday.

» 3 dead, 25 injured in China building explosion
03/25/17 18:16
Three people died and 25 were injured when a natural gas pipeline exploded Saturday in a residential building in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, the local government said.

» Voting arrangements for HK's fifth-term chief executive election in place: official
03/25/17 17:30
All arrangements for the voting of the fifth-term chief executive of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) to be held on Sunday were ready, an electoral official said on Saturday.

» Explosion at China residential building, casualties unknown
03/25/17 16:53
An explosion went off Saturday in a residential building in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, but casualties were not immediately known, local authorities said.

» China rolls out plan to revitalize traditional crafts
03/25/17 14:17
The Chinese government has rolled out a revitalization plan for traditional craftsmanship amid efforts to protect intangible cultural heritage and meet needs such as employment and poverty alleviation.

» Equipment collapse kills 9 at China power plant
03/25/17 14:12
Nine people died and two others were injured when an operation platform collapsed at a power plant in South China's Guangdong province Saturday, local authorities said.

» Aerial shots of fish-shaped island in East China
03/25/17 11:33
Aerial photo taken on March 24, 2017 shows vessels sailing nearby an island, which looks like a big fish surrounded by small fish, on the Hongze Lake in Huai'an City, east China's Jiangsu Province.

» Missing Taiwan Man May Be in Chinese Custody, Relatives Fear
03/25/17 10:54 NYT > China
Lee Ming-cheh, who has a background in human rights activism, has not been heard from since Sunday, when he boarded a flight from Taipei to Macau, friends and relatives say.

» Missing Taiwanese Man May Be in Chinese Custody, Some Fear
03/25/17 10:54 NYT > China
Lee Ming-cheh, who has a background in human rights activism, has not been heard from since Sunday, when he boarded a flight from Taipei to Macau, friends and relatives say.

» Missing Taiwan Man May Be in Chinese Custody, Relatives Fear
03/25/17 10:54 NYT > China
Lee Ming-cheh, who has a background in human rights activism, has not been heard from since Sunday, when he boarded a flight from Taipei to Macau, friends and relatives say.

» New regulations issued to protect rights of attorneys
03/25/17 08:03
China's national association of lawyers unveiled a set of regulations on Friday to better protect the legal rights of lawyers and strictly regulate their behavior to ensure the healthy development of the profession.

» Officials told to boldly push reform
03/25/17 07:29
President Xi Jinping urges major officials to play a leading and responsible role in pushing forward the deepening of reform to ensure that the people will benefit.

» Weather, emissions blamed for lingering smog
03/25/17 06:48
The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region saw worsening air quality in the first two months of the year, and pollutants from more active industrial production is a major reason, the national environment authority said.

» Published ranking could improve water quality
03/24/17 23:27
The central government is requiring environmental protection authorities to release an annual ranking of cities based on their water quality this year — naming the best and worst cities — as a way to motivate policymakers in controlling water pollution.

» Bill Gates speaks at Peking University
03/24/17 22:53
Bill Gates speaks at Peking University

» China’s New Limits on Money Outflows Hit a Would-Be Paradise
03/24/17 19:31 NYT > China
Based in Malaysia, Forest City promises clean air and beaches, but China’s efforts to keep money at home leave some buyers struggling to pay what they owe.

» Chinese mother devoted to HIV/AIDS education, prevention for young people
03/24/17 19:15
Zhang Yinjun, who founded a non-profit program to help young people across China to prevent HIV/AIDS, told Xinhua that as a mother, she was very much saddened and worried to read heart-rending news stories about the growing number of Chinese young people who have contracted human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), which causes the killer disease AIDS.

» China’s Communists Embrace Religion
03/24/17 18:28 NYT > China
President Xi Jinping sees religion as a way to promote his country’s position in a world still dominated by the United States.

» What a Buddhist Monk Taught Xi Jinping
03/24/17 18:28 NYT > China
China’s president sees religion as a way to promote his country’s position in a world still dominated by the United States.

» Bill Gates' foundation to work closer with China on poverty alleviation
03/24/17 17:42
Billionaire business magnate Bill Gates signed a memorandum of understanding with the Chinese government on Friday to deepen cooperation in the country's ongoing nationwide campaign of poverty relief.

» China Railway Corp responds to reports of substandard cables
03/24/17 17:16
China Railway Corp has responded to reports that it used substandard cables that were prone to catching fire and releasing toxic gases when ignited.

» Devoted son cares for forgetful mother
03/24/17 16:22
The 29-year-old from Beishangzhuang village in Rizhao, Shandong province, helps her search for his older brother, who left home in 2006 and never returned.

» Tibet to plant more forests
03/24/17 16:06
Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region will plant more forests in the next few years, the regional department of forestry said Friday.

» For Some, a Win-Win Election in Hong Kong
03/24/17 15:57 NYT > China
No matter who becomes Hong Kong’s new leader, one faction will come out on top — and it won’t be Beijing’s proxies.

» For Some, a Win-Win Election in Hong Kong
03/24/17 15:57 NYT > China
No matter who becomes Hong Kong’s new leader, one faction will come out on top — and it won’t be Beijing’s proxies.

» Police arrest 20 cough syrup pushers
03/24/17 15:47
Police in the northeastern Chinese city of Shenyang said that they have arrested 20 people for distributing an addictive cough syrup.

» Beijing to open first driverless subway line
03/24/17 14:10
Beijing will open its first subway line with self-driving trains this year, local authorities said Friday.

» China calls for improved TB prevention, treatment
03/24/17 13:37
China's health authority called for an improved prevention and treatment network for tuberculosis (TB) on World TB Day on Friday.

» Chinese Vice Premier confident in China's economy
03/24/17 13:36
Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli on Friday expressed his confidence in China's economy when meeting with global entrepreneurs during the ongoing Boao Forum for Asia (BFA).

» Corrupt Chinese fugitive repatriated from Zimbabwe
03/24/17 13:35
A retired Chinese tax official has been returned from Zimbabwe to China less than four months after he fled a corruption probe and hid in the southern African country.