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National Low Carbon Day goes green

[2013-06-17 17:27]

National Low Carbon Day fell on June 17, 2013, with the theme of "practice the low-carbon way and build beautiful homes".

Paris Air Show kicks off

[2013-06-17 16:31]

A British Airways Airbus A380 lands at the Le Bourget airport near Paris, one day before the start of the 50th Paris Air Show, June 16, 2013. The Paris Air Show runs from June 17 to 23.

Miss Connecticut wins Miss USA contest

[2013-06-17 13:56]

Miss Connecticut Erin Brady reacts as she is crowned by Miss USA 2012 Nana Meriwether during the Miss USA pageant at the Planet Hollywood Resort and Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada June 16, 2013.

Manned sub Jiaolong starts trial mission

[2013-06-17 12:54]

China's manned submersible Jiaolong submerge for scientific research in the South China Sea, June 17, 2013.

Weekly Photos: June 10-16

[2013-06-17 11:03]

The Chinese astronauts extend their Dragon Boat Festival greeting to Chinese people in Shenzhou X spacecraft on June 12, 2013.

'Big difference' between Russia,UK in Syria crisis

[2013-06-17 10:26]

Cameron said on Sunday that there was a "very big difference" in the Russian and British view of who was to blame in the Syrian crisis.

Big deals inked at China trade fair

[2013-06-17 09:42]

About $24.8 billion's worth of investment and trade deals were struck Sunday at the China Harbin International Economic and Trade Fair.

Bright future for white spirits

[2013-06-17 03:08]

The Chinese liquor industry is expected to have impressive growth potential in the future despite the present downturns caused by the government's crackdown on luxury banquets.

Envisioning a new future

[2013-06-17 02:57]

China is the world's largest buyer of high-end cameras, with the expanding middle-class population likely to fuel demand, said an executive from Canon Inc, the Japanese camera maker.

Economists puzzled by state of economy

[2013-06-17 02:49]

A faster-than-expected increase in money supply and soaring bank credit but modest economic growth has left Chinese monetary policy makers puzzled.

'HK laws apply to Snowden case'

[2013-06-17 02:29]

Hong Kong Chief Executive Leung Chun-ying said the Edward Snowden case will be handled according to local laws, a move observers said requires due respect for sovereignty of jurisdiction.

A bounty of beautiful brocades

[2013-06-17 01:41]

To enliven the Shu Embroidery, which was included on the list of China's intangible cultural heritage in 2006, Sichuan has set up a base to train people how to embroider in Anjing.

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