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China joins legendary flower show

[2015-03-23 06:36]

Macy's Herald Square unveils its latest work in floral beauty with the opening of the iconic store's 41st annual Flower Show on March 22.

Monks perform tea-picking ritual in Hangzhou

[2015-03-22 13:32]

More than 40 monks joined the tea-picking activity held in Fajing Temple in Hangzhou this year. The Longjing tea leaves are grown by the monks themselves.

Singapore founding father Lee Kuan Yew

[2015-03-23 04:34]

Singapore's 91-year-old founding father and its first prime minister Lee Kuan Yew was born on Sept 16, 1923.

5 things you may not know about the Spring Equinox

[2015-03-20 18:05]

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides a year into 24 solar terms. The Spring Equinox (Chinese: 春分),as the fourth term of the year starts on Mar 21 and ends on Apr 4 this year.

Solar eclipse wows viewers

[2015-03-21 11:39]

A Partial Solar Eclipse is seen in Europe, northern and eastern Asia and northern and western Africa, March 20, 2015.

New Year Carnival thrills Vancouver

[2015-03-19 04:15]

Blending Chinese and Western cultural styles was a recurring theme in the 2015 Chinese New Year Carnival.

Across America over the week (from March 13 to 19)

[2015-03-20 11:07]

Across America over the week (from March 13 to 19)

How much do world leaders earn?

[2015-03-20 09:02]

Russian President Vladimir Putin reportedly cut his salary by 10 percent as his country's economy sunk into a deep recession. But how does his pay check compare to those of other world leaders?

Daredevil ropejumpers leap 200 meter off cliff

[2015-03-20 11:52]

Daring ropejumpers defied their fears and leapt from a 200 meter high cliff in Greece.

Harley motorcade shows up in Boao, Hainan

[2015-03-20 08:05]

There are over 30 Harley motorcycles in the motorcade, and most of the riders are senior executives or managers from companies in Shanghai. The average age of the riders is over 35, and the oldest one is over 60 years old.

Ming art sets Christie's high

[2015-03-19 11:36]

Perhaps the most anticipated highlight of Asia Week in New York, the Robert Ellsworth collection of Asian art at Christie's auction house, brought in more than $61 million for 57 lots of Chinese, Japanese, Indian and other Asian works of art, nearly doubling the $35 million for the 1,400 items estimated at pre-sale.

Stolen-phone bromance blossoms in China

[2015-03-19 11:36]

The two players in an international social media phenomenon that started over a stolen iPhone met for the first time on Tuesday in China.

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