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Will China become a service economy?

China will further open up its services sector by expanding a pilot program for innovative development of trade in services.

China's biodiversity conservation supervision

Yunnan forest fire extinguished

Why is Marvel so successful in China?

American-style Chinese food in China

Panda keeper: The luckiest ‘nanny’ in the world

This average girl wearing black-framed glasses is Mei Yan, a post-'80 breeder in Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding. During her internship in 2008, Mei became interested in being a panda breeder. In the past 10 years, she has bred dozens of pandas here. (CGTN)


China-DPRK border city gets tough on housing price control

With the potential of Pyongyang opening up to the rest of the world, the Chinese city of Dandong on the border with the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) is dealing with newfound interest by implementing new restrictions on housing prices.


China to end birth-limits law within this year?

China is planning to scrap all limits on the number of children a family can have, according to people familiar with the matter, in what would be a historic end to a policy that spurred countless human-rights abuses and left the world’s second-largest economy short of workers.


Teachers unite to create covered pathway for students in downpour

In most situations, heavy rains cause trouble and make people feel annoyed, but one downpour led to a touching moment at a school in Shandong Province recently.


Chinese love their pets! Here's proof

A system for harmless treatment of diseased animals has been put into operation in Beijing since January 1, 2017. Though it is free, many pet owners still choose to bury their animals by themselves or have them cremated in places such as "Pet Heaven".


School encourages students to donate blood at coming-of-age ceremony

The start of adulthood for Chinese people begins at the age of 18. To help children cross over the threshold, Chinese middle schools often hold a solemn coming-of-age ceremony for their students, in which the students will recite an oath to do their duty for their family and their country, some even performing ritual bows to their teachers and parents.


Sanitation worker scratches cars 'to revenge parking lot keeper'

A total of 11 cars were scratched with a sharp object which the suspect surnamed Shen owned up later was a key, and the estimated loss was about 7,000 yuan (US$1,100).


Hitler definitely died in 1945, according to new study of his teeth

Adolf Hitler definitely died in 1945 in Berlin from taking cyanide and a bullet, according to French researchers who were given rare access to fragments of the Nazi dictator's teeth held in Moscow.


Shanghai taxis provide nighttime service for female passengers

Shanghai Dazhong Taxi and Car Leasing Company tied red ribbons to 200 taxis in their fleet on Friday morning, marking the vehicles as "rose cars" targeted at female passengers, thepaper.cn reports.


Marvel Comics' Chinese superheroes receive mixed reactions

The two new comics, "Warriors Fight with Three Kings" and "Cyclone", were produced in partnership with a Chinese online comics platform. The protagonists are endowed with the mission to protect human beings and safeguard cities.


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