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Lion falls over as he goes to lean on lioness and she moves out of the way

This is the hilarious moment a male lion gets completely rejected by a lioness. The pair were captured on video at Wanzhou Xishan Zoo in Chongqing.

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Is this China's 'Loch Ness monster'? Footage goes viral

Grainy footage of something moving in China’s Yangtze River has been tagged as evidence of that nation's “Loch Ness Monster,” sending ripples through Chinese social media.

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China, Russia aim to double trade volume, intensify cooperation

China and Russia Tuesday agreed to further enhance cooperation in trade, energy and other areas, setting a goal to double bilateral trade volume.

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U.S. Justice Department sues Snowden over violation of non-disclosure agreements

At the center of the lawsuit, which was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, was Snowden's new book entitled Permanent Record, which hit bookshelves on Tuesday.

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Other businesses buoy airports

Consumers check out products at a duty-free store in Shanghai Pudong Internatio ...

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Apple sees more rosy prospects with latest iPhone

Apple Inc's latest iPhones are receiving better-than-expected pre-orders in Chi ...

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Oil prices surge after Saudi attack hits 5% of global supply

Oil prices surged more than 15 percent to their highest level in nearly four months at the open on Sunday after an attack on Saudi Arabia's oil facilities on Saturday that knocked out more than five percent of global oil supply.

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China sees 105 mln tourists during Mid-Autumn Festival holiday

China saw a total of 105 million tourists during the three-day Mid-Autumn Festival holiday, with a year-on-year increase of 7.6 percent, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism (MCT).

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Lab-grown meat finds its way into Chines

Chinese customers who are fed up with traditional flavors of moon cakes such as mixed nuts and bean paste now have a new choice: synthetic meat.

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There's more to this business than meets the eye

Ma Yinqing has turned a blind eye to the popular notion that blind and visually impaired people are destined to work in the massage industry. The 24-year-old visually impaired Shanghai resident is probably the first among her peers to start up a business in the field of audio program production.

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