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China Encourages Mergers, Cash Bonuses, Share Repurchases by Listed Companies
China issued a notice Monday encouraging mergers, cash bonuses and share repurchases by listed companies as part of its efforts to push forward reforms of state-owned enterprises and promote the steady and healthy development of the capital market.
Scientists Look at Glaciers for Clues to the Past
A group of scientists are examining a number of ice core samples taken from the world's largest tropical ice cap with the hope of determining what impact climate change is having on the tropics.
China's Power Consumption Surges in August
New stats suggest China's electricity consumption has surged about 3 percent year-on-year in August, a positive indicator for economic expansion.
China's New UAV CH-5 Completes Maiden Flight
China's latest domestically developed unmanned aerial vehicle has successfully completed its maiden flight in northwest China's Gansu province.
New Mobile Users Should Register Identification: Regulation
New mobile users in China are now required to register their identification.
Minors Under 10-year-old to be Banned from Being Advertisement Spokespeople
Minors in China under 10-years of age will soon be banned from being spokespeople for any kinds of advertisements.
China to Improve Assistance for Unidentified Vagrants, Beggars
Chinese authorities issued a document calling for better care of vagrants and beggars on Monday.
Jess Glynne Tops UK Music Char with Debut Album
British Singer Jess Glynne is dominating the UK's Official Albums Chart with her debut album 'I Cry When I Laugh'.
IAAF World Champships Last Day Wrap Up
The IAAF world championships here in Beijing have come to an end.
Taylor Swift Dominates 2015 Video Music Awards
The 2015 MTV Video Music Awards kicked off at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, as popstar Taylor Swift dominated the night by taking home four major awards.
Maria Sharapova Drops from US Open
Tennis star Maria Sharapova announced on Sunday that she will skip the U.S. Open.
China Sees Major Breakthrough at Beijing Athletics World Championships
China saw breakthrough performances at the World Athletics Championships, which ended in Beijing on Sunday evening, scooping nine medals including one gold, seven silvers and one bronze.
Chinese Skipper Guo Reaches Starting Point of Arctic Ocean Challenge
Chinese skipper Guo Chuan and his teammates arrived at Murmansk Port of Russia, the starting point of the world record sailing across the Arctic Ocean, aboard the triple-hulled yacht "China Qingdao", on Sunday.
China's Zhang Guowei Takes Silver in Men's High Jump
The IAAF world championships in Beijing have come to an end. China's Zhang Guowei takes silver in men's high jump.
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Authorities Issue Anti-corruption Rules for WWII Anniversary Amnesty
Chinese authorities have issued rules on proper implementation of a prisoner amnesty deal adopted to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
Top Judge Urges Caution on Prisoner Amnesty
China's top judge urged caution on prisoner amnesty cases Monday, saying such cases should be handled in accordance to law and reviewed carefully.
Thai Woman, Foreign Man Wanted as New Suspects of Bangkok Blast
Thai police have issued new arrest warrants for two suspects in its capital's deadly bombing two weeks ago. A 26-year-old Thai woman and a foreign man in his 40s are wanted.
The C4 Show Meets Shaun
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C4 Show: Chinese Valentine's Day Revealed
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Travelling with STU-pid: China in Oz
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Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1941.8.19
The Communist Party of China, the CPC, issued a declaration to announce its principles and attitudes regarding the Atlantic Charter signed by US president Franklin D. Roosevelt and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1945.8.15
Japanese Emperor Hirohito announced that the country would surrender to the Allies.
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