|Youth 20 meeting opens in Shanghai|
The 2016 G20 summit has kicked off one of its outreach programs, Youth20 China, which held its opening ceremony in Shanghai on Wednesday.
|Trump hits Clinton on emails, denies Russia ties|
Republican Donald Trump has dismissed suggestions that Russia was behind the recent release of sensitive Democratic Party emails.
|China pronounces measures for opening government data to society|
Chinese government has announced the country's planned measures to open up government data to the public by 2018.
|Most-wanted telecom fraud suspect turns himself in|
A telecom fraud suspect included on China's most wanted list has turned himself in. Xiao Richu, 45, from southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, surrendered to police in Nanning, capital of Guangxi, on Tuesday.
|China launches first sale of earthquake insurance|
Just before the 40th anniversary of the devastating Tangshan earthquake, China has launched the country's first earthquake insurance policy. Coincidentally, the very first policy was sold in Tangshan itself.
|China eyes world-class cyber-tech multinationals|
China aims to develop a number of cyber-tech multinationals by 2025, according to an official statement on Wednesday. The "Outline of National IT Development Strategy" will steer IT development in China for the next decade.
|Typhoon Mirinae makes landfall in south China|
Typhoon Mirinae made landfall in south China's Hainan Province on Tuesday night as the National Meteorological Center (NMC) issued a blue-alert. Mirinae, China's third typhoon this year, landed in Dongao Town, Wanning City. Over 25,000 fishing vessels in Hainan returned to harbor ahead of the storm.
|China may no longer be world's second largest market for Apple|
Latest data shows U.S. tech giant Apple recorded a decline in revenue in the second quarter of this year. The company reported its revenue from the greater China region was 8.85 billion dollars, down 33 percent year on year.
|LA's Chinatown embraces new dining scenes|
A food revolution is currently underway in Los Angeles' Chinatown, with the next generation of chefs taking over the district with brand-new dishes.
|Tesla unveils new battery-production gigafactory|
Tesla Motors has unveiled its 5 billion-US Dollar battery "gigafactory" outside Reno, in Nevada. The company is opening the plant earlier than expected in order to ramp up production of its Model 3 sedan.
|Africa's first China-assisted gauge railway opens to traffic|
Africa's first completed standard gauge railway, built in collaboration with by China, opened to traffic in Nigeria on Tuesday.
|China to crack down on damage to Great Wall|
The State Administration of Cultural Heritage will launch a campaign to crack down on criminal damage to the Great Wall.
|LeTV acquires American TV maker Vizio for $2 billion|
Chinese entertainment giant LeTV announced on Tuesday that it has acquired the second biggest smart TV maker in the United States, Vizio at a cost of $2 billion U.S dollars.
|A red song singer rouses quake-hit Lushan|
Over the three years since a devastating earthquake struck Lushan county in Sichuan province on April 20, 2013, a Chinese artiest named Luo Zhiyong has staged more than 100 such performances across the region. His voice is not ideal for a singer and his singing skills are not perfect, but his songs about the Red Army and its Long March has inspired tens of thousands of people during the reconstruction efforts.
|President Xi stresses development of PLA army|
Chinese President Xi Jinping has called on the ground force of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) to transform and build itself into a "mighty, modernized, new-style" military force.
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