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TCM grads struggle after removal from world medical list

Graduates from China's eight universities specializing in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) are worried that their diplomas have not been recognized any more after their alma maters were removed from the World Directory of Medical Schools.


Global benefits of socialism hailed at forum

China's social governance and its socialist system with Chinese characteristics - which have been increasingly valued by the rest of the world - are of global significance and offer a reference for nations pursuing independent rapid development, said a senior official.


Chinese biomedicine company secures first FDA approval for rare cancer treatment

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted the first approval for a Chinese cancer therapy on Thursday, which marks marking a milestone for China‘s biotech industry.


Chinese college launches new course to train students to beat digital rivals

A Chinese university has launched a new video-gaming course to train teenagers to beat their rivals in the digital world.


Lippi abruptly resigns as China's football coach after Syria blow

Marcello Lippi has announced his resignation as China head coach after his side slumped to a devastating 2-1 defeat at the hands of Syria in 2022 World Cup qualifying match in Dubai on Thursday night.


China, US chief trade negotiators hold phone talks

Chinese Vice Premier Liu He, a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and chief of the Chinese side of the China-U.S. comprehensive economic dialogue, held a phone conversation at the request of U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Saturday morning.


Is the death of an innocent man the cost of 'democracy'?

Does the call for democracy require deaths and injuries of the innocent? That should be the question for Hong Kong protesters to ponder upon after two recent tragedies.


The University of Hong Kong cancels graduation ceremonies

The University of Hong Kong Saturday confirmed that the faculty congregations scheduled for the rest of this month and December have been cancelled in view of "uncertainties of the situation and traffic conditions" in Hong Kong.


Traditional trade moves toward digital distribution

Digital distribution of consumer goods from traditional traders is expected to grow by 27 percent annually over the next 10 years, with total sales reaching 1.1 trillion yuan (US$157 billion) by 2028, according to a white paper released on Friday by Oliver Wyman and AliResearch.


How China's 'Singles' Day' became a shopping holiday

China's popular "Singles' Day", better known as "Double Eleven," started out as a day to celebrate singles, or "bare sticks" in Chinese symbolized by the four number ones in the date of November 11.


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