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Photographer captures changes in China

[2015-04-28 07:05]

China Photographers' Association member Zhu Xianmin focused his lens on the daily life of ordinary people as early as the 1960s. His works not only play a vital role in the history of Chinese contemporary photography, but also reflect the changes in society and people's life.

Ten photos you don't wanna miss

[2015-04-28 07:04]

Ten photos you don't wanna miss - April 28

Villager decorates wall with banknote images

[2015-04-28 10:50]

Images of banknotes including Chinese yuan and a US dollar were carved on the wall of a residential building in a village of Quanzhou city, Fujian province, April 1, 2015. The house owner built the wall last year and the whole project cost him 30,000 yuan ($4,830).

Around the world on solar power

[2015-04-28 07:40]

The Swiss-produced Solar Impulse, a fuel-free airplane, began its global journey from Abu Dhabi, capital of the United Arab Emirates, on March 9.It has already flown for more than 75 hours and about 6,000 kilometers on solar energy. Nanjing was the sixth leg of its tour.

Ten ways to make travel more environmentally friendly

[2015-04-28 07:00]

Most of us travel once in a while and many have realized that some trips aren't very friendly to the environment. Here are some tips for planning your next eco-friendly trip.

Trainer who handles dogs with love, patience

[2015-04-28 13:35]

Training dogs is about repeating one thing every day, and dog trainers should have love for dogs and the patience to get along with them, said Zhang Zehui.

International rescue teams head to quake-hit Nepal

[2015-04-27 10:40]

Turkish paramedics treat a fainted child at a tent camp site in Katmandu, Nepal on April 26, 2015.

World's deadliest earthquakes since 1900s

[2015-04-27 13:42]

Let's have a look at the deadlest earthquakes throughout the history since 1900s.

Rescuers deliver relief supplies on foot

[2015-04-27 12:49]

As the road to Nyalam was cut off by landslides, rescuers had to deliver the materials on foot. About 100 tents, 300 coats and 700 comforters have already been delivered.

China brings trapped nationals home from quake-hit Nepal

[2015-04-27 11:28]

Chinese passengers arrive in Kunming, capital of Southwest China's Yunnan province, April 26, 2015.

Severe drought hits Southwest China

[2015-04-27 10:01]

Due to lack of rainfall in the region, 245,000 mu (16,333 hectares) of crops are suffering from drought, and 33,400 residents lack drinking water. [Photo/CFP]

History razed in Nepal earthquake

[2015-04-26 08:09]

The combo photo shows the nine-story Dharahara Tower, one of Kathmandu's landmarks built by Nepal's royal rulers as a watchtower in the 1800s and a UNESCO-recognized historical monument, July 28, 2013 (above) and the ruins of the tower after an earthquake in Kathmandu, capital of Nepal, on April 25, 2015. [Photo/Xinhua]

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