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Times Square cracks down on characters

Times Square, the "crossroads of the world", has set up a barricade that even Superman can't get through.

Chinese fleet arrives in Hawaii for RIMPAC 2016

After a 15-day voyage, the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy fleet, comprising of five ships, arrived at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii on Thursday, local time to attend the Rim of the Pacific naval exercises, also called RIMPAC 2016.

Natural power of Yellow River thrills tourists

Tourists watch spectacular Yellow River waterfalls in Jiyuan dand Luoyang in Henan province, June 29, 2016. The viewing typically lasts 10 days.

Nubia launches flagship frameless smartphone

Nubia, ZTE Corp's upmarket smartphone brand, unveiled a 5.5-inch screen handset on Tuesday in Beijing, reinforcing its edge in the rimless smartphone market.

Photos of actress Song Jia in punk-inspired outfits

Actress Song Jia poses during a punk-inspired photo shoot.

Anthony, Durant lead USA Basketball Rio squad

USA Basketball named a 12-man squad for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics Games on Monday with Oklahoma City star Kevin Durant and New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony leading the team.

North American leaders meet in Ottawa

The leaders of the United States, Canada and Mexico kicked off a summit Wednesday to explore opportunities for North America to become the world's most competitive player in a clean growth economy.

A new TV series: Zhou Enlai's life and times

A new series tells the story of Zhou Enlai's life and times, including two Thai siblings who were in his care.

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Red tourism for foodies

We editors have picked red attractions for you to explore new ways to have a good time in revolutionary resorts, enjoying delicious red food together and recalling the eventful years.

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Call for push on artificial intelligence

China should step up its efforts to adopt artificial intelligence in its industries to boost the country's economic transformation, according to French technology expert Marc Carrel-Billiard.

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