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Cars with colorful cartoon drawings parade in Hangzhou

[2014-04-28 07:54]

Cars with colorful cartoon drawings parade in Hangzhou

Amazing manhole cover graffitos dazzle campus

[2014-04-27 20:29]

Photo taken on April 26, 2014, shows a graffito on a manhole cover in the Wuhan No 17 Middle School in Hubei province created by its students.

Young laborers shun tea harvesting

[2014-04-27 09:20]

Tea thrives in Liping county, but the industry is waning as fewer workers are willing to harvest it.

Red alert for rainstorm issued in S China's Liuzhou

[2014-04-26 18:17]

rainstorm lashed Liuzhou at Friday night and local meteorological bureau has issued a red alert for rainstorm.

Forest team tackles fire drill in NE China

[2014-04-26 16:34]

Soldiers of Harbin Forest Team of People's Armed Police extinguish fire during a four-day drill in Yagou valley in Acheng, Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

Old US nuclear explosion images released

[2014-04-26 10:51]

This U.S. Navy handout image shows Baker, the second of the two atomic bomb tests, in which a 63-kiloton warhead was exploded 90 feet under water as part of Operation Crossroads, conducted at Bikini Atoll in July 1946 to measure nuclear weapon effects on warships.

Ballerina-to-be in audition

[2014-04-26 09:39]

Children stand as they wait for their turn during an audition for the School of American Ballet in New York April 25, 2014. The school is holding auditions for over 600 beginner ballet students, who will be selected to fill the 120 spots available to study on campus.

UK royals wrap up tour of Australia and NZ

[2014-04-25 16:11]

Prince William, his wife and their son, Prince George, completed their official tour of New Zealand and Australia on Friday.

China's reforms 'hitting right note'

[2014-04-25 11:51]

China has to go through a "very, very painful economic restructuring process" to rebalance the economy, but its reform efforts so far have been "hitting the right note", says a long-time hedge-fund manager.

'Global citizen' becomes head of C-100

[2014-04-25 11:51]

China by blood, America by choice and Europe by invitation. That's how Clarence Kwan, the new chairman of the non-profit organization Committee of 100, describes himself as a global citizen who has been promoting US-China relations for the past three decades.

Groundbreaking held for Harvard biz center named for a Chinese American

[2014-04-25 11:51]

The first education facility at Harvard University named after a Chinese American is a vivid example of Chinese-American's contributions to the development of United State's society, Chinese Ambassador to the US Cui Tiankai said at a groundbreaking ceremony on Thursday for the Ruth Mulan Chu Chao Center.

China's wine consumption is growing

[2014-04-25 11:51]

"China is a large consumer market for a number of products: cars, perhaps consumer electronic items and why not wine?"

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