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Django Unchained returns to cinemas

[2013-05-13 01:29]

Violent anti-slavery saga Django Unchained returned to China's screens on Sunday after being dramatically pulled from the country's theaters about a month ago.

Warming to the idea of Arctic exploration

[2013-05-13 00:26]

A warmer Arctic, where melting sea ice clears sea routes, allowing more traffic and construction for better infrastructure, is certainly more inviting.

Child training highlights tradition

[2013-05-12 15:17]

The class, held on weekends, teaches children 3 to 6 years old about traditional Chinese culture, including etiquettes and Han Chinese costume.

28 killed, 16 injured in coal mine accident

[2013-05-12 13:32]

The death toll from a colliery accident in southwest China's Sichuan Province on Saturday has risen to 28 after an injured miner died after rescue efforts failed.

Retrial of Egypt's Mubarak adjourned to June 8

[2013-05-12 10:14]

Egypt's court decided Saturday to adjourn the retrial of former president Hosni Mubarak to June 8, state TV reported.

Celebrating Mother's Day

[2013-05-12 09:49]

Elementary students celebrate upcoming Mother's Day

Now it's time to enjoy life, says Jack Ma

[2013-05-11 02:01]

Ma Yun officially stepped down as CEO of Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. Alibaba Chief Data Officer Jonathan Lu becomes the new chief executive.

A third of Americans would shun a Chinese brand

[2013-05-11 01:58]

A third of Americans would not buy a brand if they knew it to be Chinese-owned, according to a latest survey from HD Trade Services Inc.

Rain, snow may eat into grain harvest

[2013-05-11 01:52]

Excessive rain and snow in Northeast China — the country's main grain-growing area — has delayed spring plowing by about 10 days, with some doubting that the country will achieve yet another increase in its grain harvest this year.

Li underlines Vietnam ties

[2013-05-11 00:51]

China and Vietnam on Friday agreed to properly handle the South China Sea issue, as Premier Li Keqiang met a high-ranking Vietnamese official.

Intimate problems solved for Wenchuan quake victims

[2013-05-11 00:47]

The first question people paralyzed in the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake asked was how they would live without being able to walk. Later, they wondered how they would make love.

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