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Artist bridges Chinese and Western styles through his paintings

[2013-11-30 07:37]

As many Chinese overseas artists are changing to other more lucrative lines of work, Huang Shanye, a painter of the Zhuang ethnic group in China, stands out as an exception. As his art has gradually earned him fame over the course of his more than 20 years in the United States, he has even been able to leave behind his steady job as an art teacher and fully devote himself to what he describes as a pursuit of beauty.

Heavy cargo flights taking off

[2013-11-30 01:14]

The world's largest cargo plane will carry two green-energy tram cars from Shijiazhuang, Hebei province, to Istanbul.

Liaoning arrives in Hainan for mission

[2013-11-30 00:59]

China's sole aircraft carrier anchored for the first time in the country's southernmost province of Hainan on Friday, in a move analysts said greatly enhances the Chinese navy's combat capability in the South China Sea.

Cities issue new housing policies

[2013-11-30 00:23]

Local governments are issuing new property curbs as soaring housing markets put their 2013 price-rise targets ever further beyond reach.

UK wants no limit to relations

[2013-11-30 00:11]

There should be no limit to the cooperation that China and Britain are looking to, British Prime Minister David Cameron told China Daily on Thursday.

Americans kick off 2-day holiday shopping marathon

[2013-11-29 22:57]

More than a dozen major retailers from Target to Toys R Us opened for 24 hours or more on Thanksgiving Day through Black Friday, the traditional start to the holiday shopping period.

Dubai Expo may fuel boom, but has risk

[2013-11-29 07:56]

Dubai's success in bidding to host the 2020 World Expo will trigger billions of dollars of investment in the emirate.

Americans mark Thanksgiving Day with parades

[2013-11-29 07:30]

Americans gathered on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving by braving cold winds along parade routes.

Tokyo may expand air defense zone

[2013-11-29 07:03]

Move part of establishment of Japanese national security council

Beijing cuts number of new cars

[2013-11-29 01:04]

Authorities in Beijing announced on Thursday that the city will further reduce the number of new car plates available to buyers and encourage the use of new-energy vehicles in the next four years.

Embattled Thai PM survives no-confidence vote

[2013-11-28 13:26]

Thailand's embattled Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra on Thursday breezed through a no-confidence vote in parliament where her party holds a commanding majority, but faced mounting pressure from widening anti-government protests.

Christmas market opens in Frankfurt

[2013-11-28 07:52]

General view of the Christmas market after its official opening in Frankfurt, November 27, 2013. Picture taken with a fish-eye lens.

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