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8 interesting facts about the upcoming V-day Parade

[2015-09-01 08:31]

As one of the allied forces who won WWII, China's first military parade to mark the victory day will attract the world's attention. Here are some facts about the parade before it starts.

Top 10 economies by growth rate among G20

[2015-09-01 06:40]

Moody's has downgraded growth forecast in the G20 economies to average 2.8 percent next year, from 3.1 percent, said the rating agency.

Happy faces in Tibet

[2015-09-01 09:12]

China Daily photographer Wang Zhuangfei talked to local people during a visit to Tibet in August and recorded their stories.

Historic images of military parades

[2015-08-31 07:28]

The 1949 parade, the first grand parade of People's Liberation Army, was the first military ceremony after the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Top 10 wealthiest Chinese in the world in 2015

[2015-08-31 07:02]

Property tycoon Wang Jianlin from the Chinese mainland overtook Hong Kong's Li Ka-shing as the richest man in China, with a personal fortune of about $42.6 billion, said a new ranking.

Models heat up Xinjiang desert with Atlas silk

[2015-08-31 10:54]

Models present Atlas silk in the Taklimakan Desert in Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, Aug 25, 2015.

'Minions' conquer the Great Wall

[2015-08-31 12:58]

In today's trending, "Minions" from the cartoon film make a stop at the Great Wall, a village in Guizhou is noted for its martial artists, Guangdong students are learning about the stock market and a couple's wedding goes sky high as they get married in a helicopter.

The world in photos: Aug 24 - 31

[2015-08-31 11:26]

We present some of the most striking images from major stories around the world in the past week.

Bolt 'somersaults' after cameraman takes him down

[2015-08-28 08:46]

Usain Bolt's celebrations after completing a world championship sprint double came to a painful halt on Thursday after he was knocked over by a cameraman on an electric scooter.

A peek into daily drill of ceremonial artillery unit

[2015-08-28 10:43]

Six hot and two cold dishes with abundant staple food, including rice, steamed buns and noodles, are served at each meal to soldiers.

93-year-old's murals save Taiwan's 'Rainbow Village'

[2015-08-28 10:39]

When the decades-old settlement in the Nantun district of Taichung city in Southeast China's Taiwan was set to be demolished, the 93-year-old former soldier Huang Yung-fu embarked on a project to cover the walls of the small village with colorful figures, from birds and animals to celebrity singers and sportsmen, in order to save it.

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