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Coca-Cola seeks to connect with young customers

[2013-07-13 02:22]

The world's largest beverage company, the Coca-Cola Co, has launched a series of marketing campaigns in order to meet the demand of the younger Chinese generations.

Inscriptions may predate oracle bones

[2013-07-13 01:53]

Archaeologists have discovered written characters in Zhejiang province dating back 5,000 years, potentially the earliest found in China.

Residents flee from landslides

[2013-07-13 01:32]

Heavy rains have lashed China hard since Sunday, with at least 30 people dead and 67 people missing as of Thursday. Floods and landslides have affected about 3.73 million homes and counting.

Tourists say they aren't afraid to travel in Xinjiang

[2013-07-13 01:19]

Although a succession of terrorist attacks has disrupted the tourism industry in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, many travelers said they do not worry for their safety and still wish to experience the region's culture and beauty.

Summer lights

[2013-07-13 00:25]

In the hot, humid summer, appetites flag and even the most delicious offerings on the table can go untouched. It takes an exceptional chef to tempt them, and Pauline D. Loh meets one.

Xi urges CPC members to keep China red

[2013-07-12 22:05]

President Xi Jinping has urged 85 million members of the Communist Party of China to work hard and serve the people wholeheartedly to "ensure the color of red China will never change."

BASE jumpers celebrate their annual event

[2013-07-12 10:26]

BASE jumpers participate in the Tallinn TV Tower B.A.S.E. Boogie 2013 event July 11, 2013.

S Korean students mourn Chinese victims of air crash

[2013-07-12 09:43]

South Korean students pay a silent tribute in front of candles and pictures of Ye Mengyuan and Wang Linjia, both victims of the Asiana Airlines flight 214 crash, in central Seoul July 11, 2013.

Constructive mood at talks

[2013-07-12 02:12]

Top leaders from China and the United States were slated to hold serious discussions on cybersecurity, climate change and outbound investments.
China, US strike new deal to cut emissions High hopes for high-tech export reform Senators debate Shuanghui buyout

Masks reveal unknown worlds

[2013-07-12 02:07]

Five years after it signed a memorandum of cooperation with the National Museum of China, the Paris-based Musee du Quai Branly is finally coming to Beijing with an exhibition of 100 masks expressing the dramatic link between people and the unknown world.

Pathfinder pianist

[2013-07-12 01:23]

Lang Lang is at the top of the world — not just the world of classical music, but a wider world where his impact is felt, such as music education. He has received numerous awards, performed with many of the world's top orchestras and appeared in special functions with world leaders and state dignitaries that testify to his stature more clearly in the eyes of those who cannot tell Chopin from a show tune.

China investigates GSK executives for bribery

[2013-07-11 13:36]

Some senior executives of multinational pharmaceutical company GlaxoSmithKline (China) have been placed under criminal investigation for suspected bribery and tax-related violations.

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