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Cameron goes into the deep

[2012-03-27 08:25]

Hollywood director James Cameron became the first man to travel alone on the nearly 11-kilometer journey to the depths of the Mariana Trench.

Local beverage may not be everyone's cup of tea

[2012-03-27 08:00]

China's position as leading global tea exporter has been lost.

China unlikely to attend Syria meeting

[2012-03-27 07:48]

China is unlikely to attend the second "Friends of Syria" meeting scheduled to convene in Istanbul in April, according to the Chinese Foreign Ministry.

Govt to boost rates of cremation

[2012-03-27 07:32]

The downward trend for cremations in China may begin to reverse following a plan to cut or waive funeral expenses for poor households that choose cremation.

Action needed to fight nuclear terror

[2012-03-27 07:20]

The international community should cut its dependence on hazardous nuclear materials and eradicate nuclear terrorism with the aid of multilateral frameworks.

China urges restraint on Korean Peninsula

[2012-03-26 21:39]

China does not hope to see a reversal of the hard-won momentum of relaxation of tension on the peninsula.
Hu met Obama on topics: Sino-US trade frictions Iran nuke issue Violence in Syria South Sudan

German shepherd in training course

[2012-03-26 15:04]

Police officers with German shepherd dogs line up during a test.

The Deepsea Challenger submersible

[2012-03-26 11:23]

The submersible is the centerpiece of the Deepsea Challenge, a joint scientific project by explorer and "Titanic" filmmaker James Cameron, the National Geographic Society and Rolex to conduct deep-ocean research.

Bear bile protest roars into Beijing

[2012-03-26 10:47]

Protesters of bear bile extraction staged a demonstration dressed in furry costumes in downtown Beijing, March 24, 2012.

Police provide a lesson in security

[2012-03-26 07:40]

Parents in Shenyang, capital of Northeast China's Liaoning province, are seeing something new at the local schools this semester - armed police guarding the gates during the mornings and afternoons.

Autism groups lack staff, funding

[2012-03-26 07:38]

The country's fledgling autism organizations are short of professional staff and government support.

School floats plan for safe travel

[2012-03-26 07:37]

A city in Central China's Hunan province where hundreds of students commute by water is seeking to assemble a fleet of "school boats" that will transport students safely at no charge.

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