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Further reform of state-dominated industries

[2012-10-24 19:37]

The Chinese government has vowed to reform state-dominated sectors and grow the market entry of industries such as telecommunications, a senior economic official said Wednesday.
China SOEs report surge in profits

Self-service markets Guangxi-style

[2012-10-24 17:19]

Self-service markets have existed in Luofeng village in Guangxi for more than a century and similar markets have appeared in nearby villages and cities.

Here comes McGrady, to CBA

[2012-10-24 15:06]

Two-times NBA scoring champion Tracy McGrady arrives at Qingdao International Airport, receiving a hearty welcome from fans, in East China’s Shandong province on Oct 24, 2012.

Apple launches iPad Mini

[2012-10-24 04:34]

Tech giant, Apple computers announced Tuesday morning a new addition to its genre breaking iPad tablet computer line, the iPad Mini, as well as a new fourth generation iPad.

Ties with China key to US

[2012-10-24 01:04]

The next US president will continue to seek China's help, despite any harsh campaign rhetoric, as long as the economy remains in the doldrums, analysts said.

Tibet unveils national park at Heavenly Lake

[2012-10-23 20:29]

A national park was unveiled on Tuesday at Namtso, a holy lake for Tibetan Buddhist pilgrims and a tourism destination near the Tibet Autonomous Region's capital of Lhasa.

A day to let seniors celebrate themselves

[2012-10-23 11:34]

Senior citizens celebrate Chong Yang Festival, which is the ninth day of the ninth lunar month. In June, a draft set this day as Seniors' Day.

Obama, Romney kick off foreign policy debate

[2012-10-23 09:58]

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were starting on Monday night to duel on foreign policy issues in their third and final face-to-face encounter.
China remains key issue
Quotes from last US presidential debate
Military cuts Economic policies

'Uncle House' under investigation

[2012-10-23 07:00]

An official in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, has been removed from duty after investigators found he owned far more houses than he could afford on his salary.

Exotic animal trade thrives in China

[2012-10-23 01:55]

A long, yellow-gray snake lay motionless in a glass box. On one side, in a separate container, a hairy, black spider about the size of a chicken egg stalked its lair. On the other, a lizard fidgeted in a sand box.

Graying challenges ahead

[2012-10-23 01:38]

The path China chooses to follow in dealing with the challenges of an aging population could prove a route for other developing nations.

Here comes the snow

[2012-10-22 10:34]

Most parts of Jilin province witnessed snow due to a cold snap on Monday, which will also affect central and eastern China.

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