|Second Unit at Fuqing Nuclear Plant to Start Operation in August|
The second unit of the Fuqing nuclear power plant in east China's Fujian Province, is expected to start operation and be connected to the power grid in August next year, local authorities said.
|Beijing to Cancel General Exams in Primary Schools|
The Beijing Municipal Education Commission has approved a new series reforms for its secondary and primary schools. One of the biggest highlights of the reform is to cancel general exams or tests for pupils advancing from primary to secondary schools.
|Death Sentence for Cult Members in E. China Upheld|
The Shandong Higher People's Court has upheld the death sentence of two Church of the Almighty God cult members, who beat a woman to death in a McDonalds in May.
|DPRK Top Leader Instructs Flight Drill of KPA|
Photo provided by Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on Nov. 28, 2014 shows top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kim Jong Un (C) guiding a flight drill. Kim Jong Un gave field guidance to the flight drill of female pilots of the Korean People's Army (KPA) Air and Anti-Air Force in a recent visit.
|Chinese Consumers Involved in Black Friday Shopping|
Today is America's Black Friday, a traditional shopping festival one day after the thanksgiving. Chinese shopaholics are embracing this second wave of shopping after the domestic Nov.11 shopping spree.
|Two More Attacks Hit Afghanistan|
Two police have been killed and four others injured in a suicide attack in Nawzad district of Afghanistan's southern Helmand province.
|China Unveils New Train Ticket Policy|
According to the new policies, starting from Friday, people will be able to book tickets during 21 time periods between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Previously, the number of time period is 16.
|Have Hot Pot in "Limestone Caves"|
A themed hot pot restaurant in Chongqing with an interior resembling an underground cave with eroding limestone attracts many curious diners on November 28, 2014.
|Auguste Rodin's Sculptures on Display in Beijing|
An exhibition of works by the great French sculptor Auguste Rodin has opened at The National Museum of China in Beijing. The show displays a total of 140 original works, including world famous sculptures The Thinker, The Age of Bronze and Monument to Balzac.
|China Down to 99 in Latest FIFA Rankings|
Football's governing body has released its new world rankings for the month of November. China's national team has slid 11 positions on FIFA's list, dropping to No.99 in the world.
|Mark Zhao and Gao Yuanyuan Hold Wedding Banquet|
Mainland actress Gao Yuanyuan and Taiwan-based actor Mark Zhao hold their wedding banquet Friday at Le Meridien in Taipei. The couple registered their marriage last June in Beijing.
|Event Set in January for Windows 10. That's Right, No Windows 9|
Microsoft is set to unveil the consumer preview of Windows 10, the software giant's upcoming operating system designed to run across multiple platforms.
|Beijing's Cable TV Enters Cloud Era with New Service|
Cable televisions have entered the "Cloud Era" in Beijing. The Beijing Gehua Cable TV Network Co. Ltd launched its "Gehua Cloud Platform" on Thursday, Beijing Times reported.
|Beijing Beats Zhejiang 3-0|
Beijing remains undefeated so far during this season after cruising past Zhejiang 3-0 on Thursday at round 4 of the Chinese Volleyball League.
|Chinese Teacher Detained for Molesting 19 Girls|
60-year-old teacher Zhou Jianmin has been detained by Chinese police for molesting 19 primary school girls. So far 26 girls, 8 to 11 years old, have received body checks and two of them suffered from genital inflammation.
|Gay Sex Drives up China's HIV/AIDS Infections|
HIV transmissions among MSM (men having sex with men) accounted for 25 percent of China's total reported new infections during the first eight months this year. The figure was 19 percent in 2012.
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