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Fed reaffirms stimulus plan despite bright spots

[2013-03-21 10:47]

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday pressed forward with its aggressive policy stimulus despite improvements in the US economy.

Old lessons for young students

[2013-03-21 09:59]

Many primary schools in Putian opened Puxian Opera classes to enrich school life and promote the local culture from the Tang Dynasty (AD 618-907).

Brewing up the right recipe for success

[2013-03-21 07:33]

In 2012, Chinese beer breweries produced 49.02 million kiloliters, outnumbering the US as the world's largest beer market.

Mend it like Beckham as soccer body hopes for improved image

[2013-03-21 07:22]

With a nimbleness reminiscent of his prime, David Beckham dodged suggestions that his visit to China was motivated by money.

Li stresses trust is key element

[2013-03-21 02:07]

China and the United States should boost trust and expand areas of common interests despite any differences, Premier Li Keqiang said during a meeting with US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew on Wednesday.

More efforts for equal education

[2013-03-21 01:48]

China needs to put more effort into improving fairness in education, despite the remarkable achievements that have been made over the past few years.

Here comes CSL ambassador Beckham

[2013-03-20 10:41]

British soccer star David Beckham, center, arrives in Beijing for a 4-day China visit as the promotion ambassador for the Chinese Super League, March 20, 2013.

Commando leader hones military skills

[2013-03-20 10:20]

Liu Gui, unit commander of a commando brigade in South China's Guangzhou Military Area, practices shooting on Feb 7, 2013. Liu, who was born in the 1980s, commands more than 20 special operations skills and is capable of handling 56 kinds of military equipment.

Beijing blanketed by spring snow

[2013-03-20 09:29]

Rain and snow hit Beijing Tuesday, bringing a winter scene to the city in early spring, March 20, 2013.

Village mourns visionary former chief

[2013-03-20 01:51]

People in one of China's richest villages are in deep mourning for their former chief, Wu Renbao, who died of lung cancer on Monday afternoon.

Train tickets may cost more than air travel

[2013-03-20 01:18]

Traveling by train could become more expensive than flying after the reform of China's railways authorities, a top engineer said.

Cheap chopsticks may be toxic, expert says

[2013-03-19 23:27]

Chopsticks may now represent something far more sinister for Chinese Internet users: terrible toxins.

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