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Rare hail hits South China

[2013-03-19 10:37]

A village resident holds a pile of hailstones collected from the ground in Phoenix village, Laibin city, South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, on March 18, 2013.

Women's History Month reception at White House

[2013-03-19 09:28]

Amanda McMillan introduces US President Barack Obama at a Women's History Month reception at the White House in Washington, March 18, 2013. McMillan sued her employer in MIssissippi for allegedly denying her a promotion to a sales job because of her gender.

Consequences of long drought devastating

[2013-03-19 01:41]

The drought that has crippled southwestern regions since last year has shown little sign of abating, affecting the water supplies of millions of people.

A sense of the ordinary from behind bars

[2013-03-19 00:08]

Beijing Women's Prison, located in southern Daxing district, opened in 1999 and houses about 1,000 inmates. Itwas chosen to pilot the high-tech intranet in September.

Xi Jinping endorses work of HK, Macao govts

[2013-03-18 21:02]

Chinese president Xi Jinping on Monday met CY Leung and Chui Sai On, chief executives of Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions(SAR), fully endorsing their work and that of their respective governments.

Weekly Photos: March 11- 17

[2013-03-18 10:42]

Weekly Photos: March 11- 17

Going green for St. Patrick's Day

[2013-03-18 09:41]

The St. Patrick's Day is an annual feast which celebrates Saint Patrick (circa 385–461 AD), one of the patron saints of Ireland, and is generally celebrated on March 17.

HK, Jeju and Okinawa, now Hainan!

[2013-03-18 05:42]

The world's biggest duty-free shopping complex will open for trial operation in Sanya, a resort city on South China's tourist island of Hainan, this December in time for next year's Spring Festival's shopping bonanza.

Li sets out strategic mission for next 5 years

[2013-03-18 03:06]

Premier Li Keqiang outlined the top three tasks of the new government over the next five years, and vowed to push forward reforms and the rule of law.
A stable world Anti-corruption Urbanization 
Iron fist against pollution Press conference digest

Increased salary expectations

[2013-03-18 02:43]

Salary levels in China are likely to increase in 2013 as the nation expects stable growth in GDP, recruitment consultancy Robert Walters Plc said.

Xi vows to press ahead with 'Chinese dream'

[2013-03-17 10:00]

Chinese President Xi Jinping pledged on Sunday to make arduous efforts to achieve the "Chinese dream". Xi vows to fulfill duties
Xi pledges resolute fight against corruption

English dropped from top Chinese university exams

[2013-03-17 09:10]

China's top universities began their annual independent recruitment exams on Saturday, with English no longer included among the exams' compulsory subjects

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