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A Foreign Ministry photo released on Wednesday shows Indian troops encroaching on Chinese territory.Provided To China Daily


China's role in Africa is 'exaggerated'

Elizabeth Sidiropoulos believes Europe feels "slighted" by China's new economic engagement with Africa.

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Developers shift their focus to theme parks

Evergrande Group, a major real estate company based in Guangzhou, capital of Guangdong province, has launched a series of theme parks, aiming to diversify its business.

Chimelong set to ring in series of positive changes


Xi's speech spells out a 'global vision'

The enlightened speech given by General Secretary Xi Jinping at the opening of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China on Wednesday has offered a "timely reference of a global vision" amid mounting worldwide challenges and difficulties, European observers said.

Tibetans gather to watch meeting

World leaders congratulate congress

Confidence shows rapid pace of economic reform


Developing a collaborative approach to groundbreaking scientific research


Makeovers for museums

One memorable and pleasant childhood activity for Li Yiman, a cafe shop owner in her 30s, was helping her grandfather hatch eggs in a wooden incubator.

Art exhibition celebrates role models in Chinese society


Africans seek top education in China schools

The increasing number of African students seeking to further their education in China is a clear sign of the quality of education provided in the country, a senior government official said on Wednesday. Chinese Ambassador to Zambia Yang Youming said China was grateful for the appreciation expressed for the country's education system by African countries and has promised that China will continue providing high quality.

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Monday____September 25


Chinese baritone brings music to life

Several well-known Chinese art songs thundered through Carnegie Hall recently, thanks to Chinese bass-baritone Hong Zhiguang.


Chengdu emerging as industrial leader on global tourism landscape

Since the 22nd General Assembly of the United Nations World Tourism Organization was held in Chengdu, Sichuan province, in September, the host city has become the focus of the global tourism sphere.

Surge of investment pours into renowned holiday destination

New plans for tourists to get up close and personal with pandas


Farmer survives after strong wind catches air balloon

Yin Yanlei was literally blown away recently when a hydrogen balloon he bought and boarded to pick pine cones from the tops of trees was caught by a strong gust of wind.

Teacher shares growing passion for paper folding


China offers equitable, open economy

Premier Li Keqiang delivers the keynote address at the opening ceremony of the Annual Meeting of the New Champions 2017, also known as the Summer Davos, in Dalian, on Tuesday. The following is the full text of his speech:

Shanghai special

The perfect 10

Find out what the signature dishes are at each of these Michelin-starred restaurants in Shanghai

Catering to a growing population of singles

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The cream of the crop


Forest ranger's dedication helps monkeys thrive

Every morning when Tobgyal arrives in his pickup at the bottom of the Nori Hill, the monkeys hear the blast of his horn. "Come, come," Tobgyal yells, and the monkeys run to him immediately.

Across America

Arkansas gets more business from China

Arkansas announced on Wednesday a new $20 million Chinese investment in the state, thanks to its increasingly stronger business relations with China.

Oklahoma company prepares big oil shipment to China

Seminar promotes Hong Kong advantages for Canada

Boston filled in on 19th CPC Congress

Smithfield agrees to sell US pork on


It's all going to be on VIP face value

Being seen, recognized and greeted instantly by shop assistants with a big grin used to be a privilege for VIP customers. Going the extra mile, a startup in Shenzhen is developing a camera with facial recognition technology, offering a new experience for shoppers in future.

Uphill battle to help flyers take off on time


Looking to China as a template for industrializing

As Africa gears up for industrialization, analysts say the continent should take a leaf from China's book, taking advantage of their growing cooperation.

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