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Li Na, Sun Yang win 2011 CCTV Sports Personality of Year

[2012-01-16 10:38]

China's leading women tennis ace Li Na and swimming world champion Sun Yang dominated the Best Athlete Awards at the National Stadium on Sunday.

In love with luxury amid global gloom

[2012-01-16 08:03]

The global economy may be in a tailspin, and retail outlets across Europe, the US and Australia may be crying poor, but the luxury market is blooming in Asia.

Yao Ming: Former NBA star, new political adviser

[2012-01-16 07:16]

On Sunday, Yao took his seat as a new member of the standing committee of Shanghai's political advisory body during its annual session.

Chinese tourists on stricken Italy ship safe

[2012-01-16 07:13]

All Chinese tourists on board the stricken cruise liner Costa Concordia have been accounted for and are receiving help, Rome embassy officials said Sunday.

Giant pandas start new life in France

[2012-01-16 06:48]

Giant pandas start new life in France

Dragon boat race ahead of festival

[2012-01-15 16:55]

Participants compete for a winter dragon boat race on the Songhuajiang River in Jilin, Jilin province on Jan 15, 2012.

Kick the winter blue away

[2012-01-15 16:25]

Children take a kickboxing class at a junior center in Jiaxing, Zhejiang province on Jan 15, 2012.

3 dead, 40 missing in Italian ship disaster

[2012-01-15 11:13]

About 40 people were still missing after an Italian cruise ship capsized off Italy's west coast.

Micro worlds

[2012-01-15 09:59]

Here's a challenge: Can you identify the tiny subjects captured here by photographers Zhang Chao and Wang Yanping? Wang Kaihao takes a close look.

China, Saudi Arabia pledge to promote exchanges

[2012-01-15 07:52]

China and Saudi Arabia pledged to work together to further expand all-around exchanges and cooperation as Premier Wen Saturday unfolded his official visit to the Middle East kingdom.

Merkel vows faster eurozone reform

[2012-01-15 07:41]

European leaders promised to speed up plans to strengthen spending rules and get a permanent bailout fund up and running as soon as possible.

3 die after Italian cruise ship runs aground

[2012-01-14 17:10]

Rescuers were still looking for other victims on Saturday after a large Italian cruise ship carrying more than 4,000 people ran aground overnight.

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