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Can your child go to Harvard?

When I arrived in Zhengzhou on August 25, 2011, I planned to stay a year. I was going to go back to my comfortable home in the USA and just chalk up another wonderful place I'd been to the more than 20 countries I'd already visited.

How does reading exercise the brain?

Is China hotter than Africa?

Jogger shoves woman into path of a bus

A vision for Sino-Canadian relations

Both sides to be blamed for Charlottesville violence: Trump

US President Donald Trump said Tuesday that both the left and the right contributed to the violence in Charlottesville in Virginia state over the weekend. "I think there's blame on both sides. I have no doubt about it, and you don't have any doubt about it either," Trump said during a press conference in Trump Tower in New York city.

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Identity crisis

Two years ago, Davis from Canada used an agent from China to help him find a teaching job in Beijing and secure a work visa. Instead of finding his dream job, his identity and credit card information were stolen, and the thief ran up a bill of over $7,000 on his card.

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Do you enjoy living alone?

Playing With Your Pup, or enjoying some peace and quiet? Nothing beats the happiness of living alone, doing wahtever you like and whatever you decide.

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Foreign letters carved on Great Wall bricks

Photo taken on August 11 shows Great Wall bricks with foreign letters carved on them. It is unlikely they can be restored due to their large quantity. According to a regulation enacted in 2003, those who deface the Great Wall will be fined 200-500 yuan, but some Chinese think the penalty is not enough to protect the historic relic.

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Body of Shandong woman frozen for future chances at resurrection

The entire body of a 49-year-old woman from Shandong province in east China has been cryogenically frozen after she died of lung cancer. It is the first of such cases in China.

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MMA club sheltering, training orphans forced to kick them out

The owner of a martial arts club that trains orphaned teenagers said he will not accept children from the impoverished Liangshan region any more, amid pressure from the local government and public accusations that he is "exploiting" the minors.

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Shared mini workout pods launch in Beijing

Over the past year, China has embraced the concept of sharing with shared bikes, shared umbrellas, shared napping capsules, and now, tiny shared fitness centers. Recently, these miniature workout stations have been popping up by the street side in Beijing, charging fitness enthusiasts just 2 jiao (3 cents) per minute for use of its facilities -- which, admittedly, do seem a bit spartan.

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China’s middle class face peer pressure to send kids on study tours abroad

China's urban middle class are under growing peer pressure to send their kids on expensive study tours abroad which have become the latest fad. Recently, a post titled "A monthly salary of 30,000 yuan could not afford [my] child's summer holiday" has been widely circulated on social networks in China.

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Will North Korea attack Guam?

State media said Hwasong-12 rockets would pass over Japan and land in the sea about 30km (17 miles) from Guam, if the plan was approved by Kim Jong-un.It denounced Donald Trump’s warnings of "fire and fury"

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Is it the right way to parent?

Tim Le, host of China’s popular blind date reality show “If You Are the One”, shared a photo of him trekking through the desert with his 4-year-old daughter. They traveled a total of 76 kilometers

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