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China Adopts Local Government Debt Ceiling
China's top legislature on Saturday imposed a ceiling of 16 trillion yuan (2.505 trillion U.S. dollars) for local government debt in 2015.
Thai Police Arrest Foreign Suspect in Deadly Shrine Probe
Thai police arrested a foreign suspect and seized bomb-making materials on Saturday in the investigation of the deadly shrine bombing in the capital Bangkok.
Airlines Test China's First Onboard Satellite TV Broadcasting System
This new technology enables passengers to watch live broadcasts from 24 stations. Zhang Yun, the manager of network office from Air China, says this new system can be further improved.
China's Largest Onshore Wind Turbines Starts Operation
China's largest set of onshore wind turbines has started operation in a demonstration area for renewable energy in north China's Zhangjiakou City, Hebei Province.
Beijing Police Pay Informants Millions
Beijing police have paid out more than 2 million yuan in rewards to informants this year. More than 1,700 citizens have received cash rewards.
China Toughens Laws on Sex with Underage Prostitutes
China's top legislature adopted amendments to Criminal Law on Saturday, repealing the crime of sex with underage prostitutes and reclassifying it as rape, which would face a tougher punishment.
Chinese Experts Focus on South Asia Role in "One Belt, One Road"
The Center for China and Globalization has held a seminar on the role of South Asia in the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road initiatives, also known as "One Belt, One Road".
Li Jinyu Joins National Team as Assistant Coach
Li Jinyu, at one time the best shooter in China's top football league, has joined the national team as an assistant coach.
Steve Carell Replaces Bruce Willis in Woody Allen Movie
Steve Carell will replace Bruce Willis in the new Woody Allen movie. The reasons for Willis' departure remain murky.
Box Office of 'Minions' Crosses 1 Billion Dollar Milestone
Animated film "Minions" has crossed the $1 billion mark at the global box office. It becomes the third animated film in history to hit that mark.
Turkana Tourism and Cultural Festival Kicks off in Kenya
The 2015 Turkana Tourism and Cultural Festival kicked off on Friday in Turkana County of northwest Kenya.
Toth of Slovakia Wins Men's 50 km Race Walk
Matej Toth of Slovakia clocked three hours, 40 minutes and 32 seconds to win men's 50km race walk here on Saturday.
Video: A Lama's Day in Tibet
What do we think a Lama would do every day? Let's go to Chambaling Monastery, the largest Gelug Sect monastery in Chambo and one of the most well-known temples in Tibet Autonomous Region and follow Dengzeng Yuanding to find out more.
Liu Hong Wins China's First Gold in 20km Race Walk
Gold medalist China's Liu Hong celebrates during the women's 20km race walk awarding ceremony at the 2015 IAAF World Championships at "Bird's Nest" National Stadium in Bejing, capital of China, Aug. 28, 2015.
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China Confirms Prisoner Amnesty for WWII Anniversary
The bill, promulgated by President Xi Jinping on Saturday,will see thousands of war veterans granted official pardons, in a move marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II.
China's Economy Operating within Appropriate Range: Premier
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang says the country's economy is operating within an appropriate range and that China continues to lead the world in terms of growth.
China Adopts Amendments to Criminal Law
The amendment alters conviction standards for the crime of corruption, and extends protections for women and children. China Exempts 9 Crimes from Death Penalty
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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.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1945.8.9
Mao Zedong, Chairman of the CPC Central Committee, published the declaration "The Last Battle against Japanese Invaders", calling on all anti-Japanese forces in China to make massive attacks against Japanese invaders.
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