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Tough times in bicycle rental business

[2012-09-24 02:07]

Large-scale bike rental systems add an efficient option to the transport mix in major Chinese cities, thanks to their fleets of quality bicycles.

Japan anniversary events postponed

[2012-09-24 01:42]

China postponed events, scheduled for later this week, marking the 40th anniversary of Sino-Japanese relations in what analysts called "a strong signal".Police go online to catch violent protesters
China to use drones for marine surveillance
2 Chinese vessels enter waters near Diaoyu Islands

No-reset Romney keeps up fund-raising, raps Obama

[2012-09-23 12:03]

Republican Mitt Romney held two high-priced fundraisers in southern California on Saturday to raise cash for the finals weeks of the race.Romney releases more tax details

Crab harvest season

[2012-09-23 10:34]

The crabs from Yangchenghu Lake, an extremely popular delicacy in China, were officially on sale in the market beginning Saturday.

Spunky companion

[2012-09-23 09:45]

Zookeeper Wang Yuping is one of the few people to rear a cheeky primate, which she has named Beibei, and she seems to be having a lot of fun with him.

Future elite: Investing in British futures

[2012-09-23 08:11]

British private boarding schools - the more exclusive the better - have become the top choice for wealthy or newly rich Chinese.

Liu Xiang celebrates Alma Mater's birthday

[2012-09-22 15:21]

China's Olympic hurdler Liu Xiang signs autographs to celebrate the 60th anniversary of his Alma Mater Shanghai Sports Institute September 22, 2012.

Farmers' Games wrap up in Nanyang

[2012-09-22 08:51]

Other than watching sports events on television, including the London Olympic Games in August and the Paralympics in early September, China's farmers are keeping a close eye on what they consider the real games.

Sanlitun street has a party

[2012-09-22 08:40]

Benedek Erdi, from Hungary (left), and his baby participate in a party on Friday organized by Sanlitun Street for foreign diplomats in Beijing.

Suspect of Mekong River attack pleads guilty

[2012-09-22 08:19]

Naw Kham, principal suspect for the murders of 13 Chinese sailors on the Mekong River last year, pleaded guilty Friday evening when he and five other people were standing trial in southwest China.

Islands 'purchase' hurts major industry sectors

[2012-09-22 02:21]

Japan's "purchase" of China's Diaoyu Islands is having an economic impact on the two Asian economic powers across a range of key industry sectors, particularly travel and tourism.

'Connectivity' is the word

[2012-09-22 01:57]

Beijing on Friday pledged to advance China-ASEAN connectivity and FTA development in a bid to lift trade, while reiterating that China will not seek dominance through its growing economy.

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