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Shaolin monk doctors assist earthquake victims

[2013-04-27 02:44]

Rao Zexiang, who hurt her left foot while fleeing the April 20 earthquake, went on Thursday to see the doctors — monks from a rescue team from Shaolin Temple.

Relics to be returned

[2013-04-27 02:41]

Two imperial bronze sculptures that were looted from Beijing's Old Summer Palace will come home later this year, thanks to the donation of the French art-collecting Pinault family.

Wenchuan experience crucial

[2013-04-26 02:16]

Collapsed houses and broken roads, devastated by Saturday's magnitude-7 earthquake in Lushan, Sichuan province, are all too familiar to soldier Zhu Yunping.

Meeting delivers big deals

[2013-04-26 01:36]

Beijing and Paris signed 18 deals on Thursday as President Xi hosted his first head of state from a major Western country, French President Hollande. Leaders oppose trade barriers
Hollande promises safety for tourists

Copyright watchdog urges industry dialogue

[2013-04-26 01:13]

Music providers and website operators should meet to discuss the possibility of charging for music downloads on the Internet.

Prices at scenic spots to go down

[2013-04-26 00:17]

A senior official from China's top economic planner said on Thursday that the entry fee at scenic spots should gradually go down.

Xi meets former US heavyweights

[2013-04-25 02:32]

Cabinet members, governors and top military officers are among the guests from the United States who have met with Chinese President Xi Jinping.

Classes resume in quake-hit zone

[2013-04-25 02:18]

Luo Xinying does not care about sharing a textbook with his classmate now. He feels relieved to be back at school. The 15-year-old is one of thousands of students in the quake zone who will face the high school entrance exam from June 12 to 14.

First H7N9 flu case in Taiwan

[2013-04-25 01:20]

Taiwan confirmed the first case of H7N9 bird flu outside the Chinese mainland on Wednesday.

Family feeds quake workers

[2013-04-24 10:49]

Yue Yan, a 23-year-old Lushan local has been serving food to quake rescuers after her hometown was jolted on Saturday.

Fears surface after hippo kills tourist from Shanghai

[2013-04-24 02:24]

A Shanghai tourist killed in Kenya by a hippopotamus on Monday has sparked fears among tourism insiders over Chinese visitors joining adventure tours without sufficient awareness of self-protection.

Law to curb tourism price hikes

[2013-04-24 02:04]

The third draft of China's Tourism Law, which was delivered to lawmakers on Tuesday, seeks to curb price inflation at scenic spots.

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