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Beijing Closes 6,900 Wells to Protect Underground Water
Beijing will gradually shut down 6,900 urban wells in the next five years to protect groundwater and improve drinking water quality. The wells provide 240 million cubic meters of water annually, one fourth of the Beijing's urban supply.
6.3 Magnitude Quake Jolts SW China, 2 Killed
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake jolted Kangding county, Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Sichuan province at 16:55 p.m., Saturday, November 22, 2014.
More People Go Abroad for Healthcare
There were about 200 Chinese patients going to the clinic each year in 2012 and 2013, but before that, the number was a few dozen. About a third of the Chinese patients were referred by agencies, while the rest came to the clinic on their own.
Beijing to Build Six Air Corridors to Blow away Pollutants
Beijing city planning authorities are discussing to build six air corridors in the metropolis to improve air quality. They also want to reduce the phenomenon of urban-heat islands created by high levels of air pollution.
Obama's Immigration Order Stirs Controversy in US
U.S. President Barack Obama's presidential order on immigration is stirring much controversy. Outraged opponents accused him of acting more like an emperor than the head of the world's oldest democracy. Welcomed in Latin America
Thick Fog Closes Highways, Airport in E China
A heavy fog shrouded many parts of east China's Shandong Province on Saturday, closing highways and delaying flights. More than 70 toll stations of 11 highways in Shandong had to be temporarily closed.
18 Injured in SW China Bus Fire
Eighteen people were injured in a bus fire on Friday in Liuzhou city in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, local authorities said.
Chen Jianbin Becomes Big Winner at Golden Horse Awards
Actor Chen Jianbin titled best actor, best supporting actor and best new director at the 51st Golden Horse Awards in Taipei, on Nov. 22, 2014.
Yao Ming Attends Charity Event in NW China's Yinchuan
Former basketball player Yao Ming, also celebrity spokesperson of China Life Insurance Company Ltd., poses for a photo with health workers while attending a charity event in Yinchuan, capital of Northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, Nov. 22, 2014.
Thanksgiving Dinner Transformed into Works of Art
American artist Hannah Rothstein has transformed traditional Thanksgiving dinners into mini-masterpieces. She has taken turkey, potatoes and cranberry sauce and rearranged the edible elements based on how she imagines famous artists would present the meal.
Jiangxi Snack Seller's Story Goes Viral
A surprising story of an old woman in Jiangxi, who continues to sell snacks for the same price as when she started her businesses two decades ago has gone viral in China.
Musical Recounting Shenzhen Story Fascinates Houston Audience
A Broadway-style musical depicting China's trade hub Shenzhen was staged in its U.S. sister city Houston Friday, fascinating a large crowd of audience.
Son Ye-jin Wins "Grand Bell Awards"
South Korean Actress Son Ye-jin was awarded the best actress for her role in the movie "Pirates" at the 51st Grand Bell Awards (Dae Jong Film Awards) in Seoul on Friday.
Over 50 New Cars Displayed at Guangzhou Auto Show
The ongoing China Auto Show in Guangzhou is poised to be a feast for auto enthusiasts, as a record number of 1,095 cars have been put on display.
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China, Pacific Island Countries Announce Strategic Partnership
China and eight Pacific island countries have agreed to deepen their relations by establishing a strategic partnership featuring mutual respect and common development.Chinese President Pledges Continued Assistance to Fiji
6.3 Magnitude Quake Jolts SW China, 2 Killed
A 6.3 magnitude earthquake jolted Kangding county, Garze Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture, southwest China's Sichuan province at 16:55 p.m., Saturday, November 22, 2014.
Obama's Immigration Order Stirs Controversy in US
U.S. President Barack Obama's presidential order on immigration is stirring much controversy. Outraged opponents accused him of acting more like an emperor than the head of the world's oldest democracy. Welcomed in Latin America
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