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[2014-10-07 00:16]

Government employees arrive to work as they walk along an area occupied by protesters outside of the government headquarters building in Hong Kong on Monday. Some protesters left the Mong Kok area of the city.

China, US seek media common ground

[2014-10-07 00:16]

Media professionals and scholars from China and the United States participated in a two-day conference Oct 5-6 in Washington to discuss the new type of major country relationship and the role of the media.

Are You the One Down South?

[2014-10-06 22:53]

Meng Fei (left), the host of the popular Chinese reality TV dating show If You Are the One, met with fans in Houston on Sunday afternoon. Meng Fei's team is shooting footage for a special southern US edition of the show to be aired in December. Organized by Southern News Group, it will be the show's third US installment. Contestants from different states introduce themselves to Meng in a pretend version of the program. They will fly to Nanjing, Jiangsu province, to videotape the studio portion of the program in November.

Confucius rite in NY

[2014-10-06 22:36]

In the Confucius-commemorating rituals hosted by New York Shandong Association in Flushing, officials burn incense in honor of Confucius born north of Shandong on Sept 28, 551 BC.

Media urged to help bilateral ties

[2014-10-06 14:10]

A group of Chinese and Americans are trying to find ways the news media can play a better role in building the new type of major country relationship, a concept agreed upon by President Xi Jinping and US President Barack Obama in June last year to defy the historical precedent of a rivalry between a rising power and an existing one.

Castellers build human towers

[2014-10-06 09:29]

Castellers Xiquets de Tarragona form a human tower, called "castell", during a biannual competition in Tarragona city October 5, 2014. The formation of human towers is a tradition in Catalonia.

China-Mexico ties deepen

[2014-10-06 03:23]

Mexico is undergoing economic reforms in key fields which will allow more Chinese enterprises to come to Mexico for investment and expand cooperation in finance and energy.

Sharapova beats Kvitova to win China Open

[2014-10-05 19:51]

World number one Novak Djokovic destroyed Tomas Berdych in a lop-sided contest to win his fifth China Open crown on Sunday while Maria Sharapova overcame Petra Kvitova 6-4 2-6 6-3 in the women's final to move up to number two in the world rankings.

58 couples say 'I do' among the clouds

[2014-10-05 16:13]

A group wedding was held for 58 couples on Saturday on a plane flying from Hangzhou to Beijing. All the newlyweds, who work at the same company, will spend two days in Beijing after the wedding ceremony in the air.

Visitors trade cash for luck at World Heritage site

[2014-10-05 16:10]

Bad behavior from tourists has often made the headlines during the seven-day National Day holiday as many scenic spots come to their peak season with visitors flooding in. [Photo/IC]

Chinese convoy fleet executes escort missions in Gulf of Aden

[2014-10-05 13:47]

A helicopter takes off from Changbaishan warship, during an escort mission in the Gulf of Aden, on Oct 4, 2014. Changbaishan warship is part of the 18th batch of convoy fleet sent by the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy for escort missions in the Gulf of Aden.

Chinese FM Wang Yi meets with Mexican president

[2014-10-05 02:08]

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi (L) shakes hands with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto at the Los Pinos Presidential Palace in Mexico City, Mexico on Sept 29.

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