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Revolutionary images

[2011-10-11 08:45]

Pulitzer-winning photographer Liu Heung Shing has compiled rare photos of the 1911 Revolution era.

Burning straw creates heavy fog

[2011-10-11 07:20]

Several major cities in Central China's Henan province were recently covered by thick fog partly due to farmers burning straw.

Love between mother and daughter in law

[2011-10-10 14:49]

The relationship between the mother-in-law and her daughter-in-law seems to be never easy, but not in a small village in East China's Anhui province.

Harvest big time

[2011-10-10 12:04]

The Ministry of Agriculture says early forecasts show that China' grain output for 2011 is expected to reach 550 million tons, making 2011 the eighth consecutive year that country's grain output has increased.

Special iPhone shells mourn Jobs' death

[2011-10-10 11:47]

Steve Jobs themed iPhone 4 shells go on sale at an electronic market in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong province, Oct 10, 2011. The production of the shell is to mourn the late Apple Inc. founder.

Berdych, Radwanska win China Open finals

[2011-10-10 09:38]

Third seed Tomas Berdych ended his long title drought with a clinical, 3-6 6-4 6-1 victory over Croatian Marin Cilic on a smoggy final day at the China Open tennis on Sunday.

Skyscraper takes village to new heights

[2011-10-10 08:27]

A new landmark skyscraper in Huaxi village, Jiangsu province, welcomed guests, raising the skyline of the country's wealthiest village to a new height.

Aiming high

[2011-10-10 07:59]

More Chinese artists are performing abroad, reflecting a growing interest in China's rich culture.

19 killed as Egypt Christians, police clash

[2011-10-10 06:53]

Nineteen people were killed in Cairo on Sunday when Christians, some carrying crosses and pictures of Jesus, clashed with military police, medical and security sources said, in the latest sectarian flare-up in a country in political turmoil.

Distinctive goalkeepers

[2011-10-09 10:58]

Security staff sit in the goal for security protection as the new Red Lantern Stadium welcomes its first football game in Taiyuan, North China's Shanxi province, Oct 8, 2011.

Police, protesters clash at US capital museum

[2011-10-09 09:29]

Authorities shut down Washington's popular National Air and Space Museum on Saturday afternoon after antiwar protesters tried to enter the building and clashed with guards, a museum spokeswoman said.

Sun Over Hawaii

[2011-10-09 07:17]

The contribution of the overseas Chinese community to the success of the 1911 Revolution is widely recognized. Museum highlights Xinhai Revolution centennial

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