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Belarusian Author Wins 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature
The Nobel Prize in literature for 2015 was awarded to Belarusian author Svetlana Alexievich "for her polyphonic writings, a monument to suffering and courage in our time".
Typhoon Mujigae Knocks down Exterior Wall of Detention Centre in Guangdong
Typhoon Mujigae has knocked down the exterior wall of a detention center in south China's Guangdong Province on October 7, 2015.
Child Killed in Freak Escalator Accident in Chongqing
A child was killed in a freak accident involving an escalator at a light rail station in Southwest China's Chongqing municipality on October 8, 2015.
Over 420 Cultural Relics to be on Display at the Beijing Zoo
Over 420 rare cultural relics will be on display at the Beijing Zoo's Changguan Mansion starting from October 10 to mark the zoo's 109 anniversary.
NATO Chief Says Prepared to Send Troops to Defend Turkey 'If Needed'
NATO says it is prepared to send troops to Turkey 'if needed' following Russian incursions into Turkey's airspace.
Didi Kuaidi Obtains China's First Ride-hailing License
Transport authorities in Shanghai have issued an operating license for running a ride-hailing platform to Didi Kuaidi.
Meituan, Dianping Merge to Create Chinese O2O Giant
A merger between group-buying and restaurant-review websites Meituan and Dianping, announced on Thursday, makes the two previous rivals the third Internet duo this year to join forces.
Djokovic Sees Lopsided Win, Pennetta Crashes out at China Open
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic finished with a lopsided win against Chinese player Zhang Ze, while US Open champion Flavia Pennetta failed to advance to the quarterfinals with a 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 loss to Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in China Open on Thursday in Beijing.
Los Angeles Clippers Comes to China for Their NBA Preseason Games
The Los Angeles Clippers have arrived in China for their NBA preseason games against the Charlotte Hornets.
Yo-Yo Ma Releases New Album Together with Kathryn Stott
Chinese-American Cellist Yo-Yo Ma has released a new album with his music collaborator, pianist Kathryn Stott. The album titled "Songs from the Arc of Life" features recordings of familiar classical music.
Saoirse Ronan Attends NYFF Premiere for 'Brooklyn'
Saoirse Ronan walked the red carpet on Wednesday in Manhattan for the New York Film Festival premiere of her upcoming movie, "Brooklyn."
Chinese Actor Huang Xiaoming and Angela Baby to Tie the Knot Today
Chinese celebrity couple Huang Xiaoming and AngelaBaby tied the knot today at a grand wedding reception at the Shanghai Exhibition Centre.
Lexus Unveils "Origami Car" to Celebrate Skills of Its Craftsmen and Women
Toyota Motor Corp's Lexus brand unveiled a full-sized cardboard version of their new vehicle the IS saloon in London this Monday.
Nadal through to Quarter-finals at China Open; Tomas Berdych Out
Third seed Rafael Nadal put up a much improved performance and beat Vasek Pospisil in straight sets 7-6, 6-4 to reach the quarter-finals.
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More Trips and Spending During Chinese National Holiday
A new batch of stats have been released connected to people's spending and travelling habits through the now-concluded National Day holiday these past 7-days. Scams Leave Visitors with Bitter Aftertaste during Golden Week; Slight Growth in Tourists Not Benefit Retail Sector in HK
China Audit Finds Slow Progress on Major Construction Projects
China's top auditing authority has found close to one-quarter of all the construction projects it audited through August were behind schedule.
China Launches International Payment System
The first phase of China International Payment System was officially launched Thursday in Shanghai, a milestone in the internationalization of the Chinese currency, the renminbi or yuan.
The C4 Show: How (Not) to Practice Calligraphy
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Travelling with STU-pid: Xinjiang's Heavenly Lake
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
The C4 Show: Explaining Mid-autumn
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Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1931.9.19
Chinese government made a serious protest against Japan on the September 18 Incident.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1931.9.18
Japan's Kwantung Army deliberately created the Liutiao Lake Incident in Northeast China's Shenyang.
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