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Ten photos you don't wanna miss - June 5

[2015-06-05 11:06]

Fireflies living in bottles at night on Thursday.

Chicago gets a present from Shanghai

[2015-06-04 23:25]

Chicago Mayor Raul Emanuel speaks at a ceremony on Wednesday morning accepting the gift of an outdoor sculpture from the Windy City's sister city of Shanghai.

Rescuers cut into capsized ship in search for survivors

[2015-06-04 09:27]

Rescuers have only found 14 survivors, and so far have retrieved 26 bodies, leaving over 400 people still unaccounted for.

Search-and-rescue operation enters third day

[2015-06-04 08:46]

Images capture the search-and-rescue mission

Djokovic ends Nadal's remarkable reign in brutal fashion

[2015-06-04 09:49]

It was sharp, quick and brutal as Novak Djokovic finally dropped the French Open guillotine on Rafa Nadal -- ending the most remarkable of Roland Garros reigns in ruthless fashion on Wednesday.

Highlights of 10 years at Apple's WWDC

[2015-06-04 06:40]

Apple Inc's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will be held from June 8 to 12 in San Francisco.

Rescuers fought bad weather at night

[2015-06-03 08:04]

Rescuers fought bad weather on Tuesday as they searched for more than 400 people, many of them elderly Chinese tourists, missing after a cruise boat was buffeted by a freak tornado and capsized on the Yangtze River.

Kobe Bryant causes a stir on Weibo

[2015-06-03 13:18]

In today's trending, Kobe Bryant teased on Weibo, little girl's cartoon about mother's photo-sharing obsession goes viral, robot drone surveillance for gaokao exams and prehistoric creatures found in paddy field.

Ten photos you don't wanna miss - June 3

[2015-06-03 11:43]

Ten photos you don't wanna miss - June 3

Li Na gives birth to baby girl

[2015-06-03 09:46]

Retired Chinese tennis star Li Na posted a photo of her newborn baby girl's foot on her Sina Weibo and Twitter account early on Wednesday. The baby is called Alisa.

Culture Insider: Mysterious imperial toys of the Qing Dynasty

[2015-06-03 10:14]

All children love games. Although the traditional toys for children like clay figurines and cloth tigers are no match for today's toys in terms of variety and technology, they still brought children a lot of joy in ancient times. Let's explore the mysterious toys the little princes and princesses played with in the imperial court of the Qing Dynasty (1644-1911).

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