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The New York Fashion Week

[2011-02-15 13:39]

Models present creations during New York Fashion Week February 14, 2011.

Spring Festival photos from readers [Part V]

[2011-02-15 11:34]

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Valentine's Day around the world

[2011-02-15 10:54]

Valentine's Day around the world

Ronaldo announces retirement from football

[2011-02-15 10:52]

Ronaldo announced his retirement on Monday, ending one of the most successful careers in soccer.

Feng shui adviser loses billionaire's will appeal

[2011-02-15 08:05]

The Court of Appeal in Hong Kong rejected an appeal on Monday from feng shui adviser Tony Chan Chun-chuen who had asked it to overturn a previous ruling that blocked his way to the massive fortune of the late billionaire Nina Wang.

Auction to feed craving for high-end help

[2011-02-15 08:01]

A housekeeping firm from Southwest China's Sichuan province and an auction company in the capital are getting together to hold the first-ever auction of domestic helpers next month.

Bouquets blossom at Valentine's Day markets

[2011-02-14 14:39]

Florists accross China are busy selling bouquets for Valentine's Day.

Chinese cultural week kicks off in Israel

[2011-02-14 11:24]

During this period, Shaolin Kungfu and modern dances will be performed and photos from the Shanghai world Expo will be exhibited in Be'er Sheva, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

New recruitment drive sweeps China

[2011-02-14 11:23]

A new round of recruitment sweeps China at the end of the Spring Festival holiday.

Parents hold matchmaking event for kids

[2011-02-14 07:11]

The event is organized by parents and dating companies during the Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, a day before couples around the world celebrate Valentine's day on Feb 14.

Bulldozers move in on Sanya shantytown

[2011-02-14 07:05]

The government of Sanya, the seaside city in South China's Hainan province, started the demolition of its biggest shantytown ahead of the Spring Festival, leaving many inhabitants homeless.

'Stop screening would-be workers'

[2011-02-14 07:02]

Chinese medical institutions and the people who run them will face the possibility of public exposure and administrative punishments if they continue to provide screening tests to companies wanting to know if prospective workers are carriers of hepatitis B, China's top health authority has warned.

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