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Maritime Silk Road exhibition opens at Forbidden City

[2017-05-09 10:35]

The latest exhibition at the Palace Museum in Beijing, titled The Forbidden City and the Maritime Silk Road, has opened to the public.

Bicycle-themed expo kicks-off in Shanghai

[2017-05-08 13:40]

China Cycle 2017 will run until Tuesday, with more than 1,226 enterprises, from more than 20 countries and regions, participating in the event.

World in photos: May 1 - May 7

[2017-05-08 09:48]

From French presidential election to Tai Chi martial arts, check out some of the best photos from around the world last week.

Rainstorms cause floods, trap cars in Guangzhou

[2017-05-08 09:48]

Cars are submerged in flood water in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong province, on Sunday as the city was hit by heavy rainstorms. The city issued a red alert for rainstorms, the first this year.

5 things you may not know about the Start of Summer

[2017-05-04 17:25]

The traditional Chinese lunar calendar divides the year into 24 solar terms. Start of Summer (Chinese: 立夏), the 7th term of the year, begins on May 5 and ends on May 20 this year.

The Jimei Arles photo festival: A visual feast ahead

[2017-05-05 07:10]

Three years ago, French photographer and curator Sam Stourdzé brought the world's most renowned photo festival - the Rencontres d'Arles - to Jimei, a district in the coastal city of Xiamen, Eastern China's Fujian province. This year, the festival will stage yet another visual feast in November.

Ten photos from across China: April 28- May 4

[2017-05-05 06:28]

Ten photos from across China: April 28- May 4

A new chapter: Students turn entrepreneurs

[2017-05-04 13:17]

Successfully mixing study and business is a difficult task, but some college students have put the idea into action and achieved success.

A closer look at C919 ahead of its maiden flight

[2017-05-04 10:13]

A closer look at C919 ahead of its maiden flight

A look inside 'empty-nest' youth lives in Beijing

[2017-05-04 10:50]

A report released by Taobao on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, has revealed there are more than 50 million "empty-nest" youths aged 20 to 39-years-old in China, with most of them working in the places far from their hometowns.

Tai Chi takes over Sydney Harbour Bridge

[2017-05-03 08:10]

The Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Australian Academy of Tai Chi and Qigong hosts the first Tai Chi martial arts class in Australia's largest city, May 2, 2017.

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