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China to Provide 15 Mln Yuan Worth of Relief Supplies to Sri Lanka
China will provide 15 million yuan (2.28 million U.S. dollars) worth of emergency supplies, including tents and folding beds, to help with flood relief in Sri Lanka.
China to Blacklist Ill-behaved Tourists and Tourism Service Providers
China has issued a new regulation to blacklist tourists and tourism service providers with inappropriate public manners.
South Korea to Launch Committee for WWII Sex Slavery Victims Foundation
A committee tasked with setting up a foundation for South Korean victims of sexual slavery during World War II will be meeting for the first time tomorrow.
66 Chinese Herbs Listed in European Pharmacopoeia
Sixty-six Chinese medicinal herbs have been added to the European Pharmacopoeia, an authoritative reference work for quality control of medication, meaning there are clear quality standards for Chinese herbs exported to Europe.
China Launches New Satellite for Civilian Hi-res Mapping
China launched a new civilian high-resolution mapping satellite on Monday from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Center in northern Shanxi Province.
Financial Forum Stress Need for Upgraded Capital Markets
Economists, regulators and government officials who gathered in Beijing over the weekend for a financial forum are suggesting Chinese authorities need to put more pressure on this country's state-run banks to clean-up their lending policies and priorities.
More Rain for Flood-ravaged South China
More rain is on the way for south China, where rain-triggered floods have already displaced tens of thousands of people, according to the national observatory forecast on Monday.
Chinese Law Enforcement Activities in Its Own Territorial Waters Legitimate and Justifiable
China, as the coastal State, is entitled to take necessary measures to stop activities of vessels that are prejudicial to Chinese sovereignty.
Abandoned Buses Turned into Guesthouses in North China
Ten abandoned buses have been turned into guesthouses in Taiyuan, capital city of north China's Shanxi Province.
New Chinese HALO Jump Record Set
Extreme adventure enthusiast Ye Chenguang has become the first Chinese to finish the HALO jump at the altitude of 10,000 meters (30,000 feet).
4.7M RMB "Earthquake Bus" Draws Controversy in C. China
A sophisticated "Earthquake Bus" or emergency response truck has been recently unveiled in central China's Henan province as an on-scene command center for earthquakes by the local seismological bureau.
Chinese Investors Pour Money into U.S. Property
New calculations show Chinese investors have now spend a combined 9.3-billion US dollars on property in the United States so far this year. The numbers have been bolstered by China Life Insurance's completion of its purchase this past week of a Manhattan office tower on 6th Avenue in New York.
Long-distance Runners Take Part in Run Beijing
People belonging to around 300 different running clubs in China have converged on Beijing this Sunday to take part in a 100-kilometer-long run.
Chinese Firm Apologizes over Qiaobi Race-Row Advert
A Chinese company has apologized over an advertisement for its laundry detergent which has provoked a storm of allegations of racism.
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China Says Not Interested in Any Form of "Cold War"
China on Monday expressed disinterest in any form of cold war and firmly opposed anything that might threaten or harm the country's sovereignty and security, responding to Ashton Carter's remarks that China could be erecting "a Great Wall of self-isolation."
AIIB, EIB Agree to Strengthen Cooperation
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and the European Investment Bank have agreed to broaden cooperation to support investment in "strategically important" projects. Senior Management Team of AIIB In-place
Colombia Witnesses Protest Against Chinese Businesses
The Chinese Embassy in Colombia has confirmed recent reports on protests by local people against businesses owned by Chinese residents in Bogota, Colombia's capital.
Travelling with Stu-pid: A Walk in the Woods
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Along the Silk Road: Xushi Yin'e--Ceylon Princess in Quanzhou
An extraordinary story of an ordinary woman turning into the Ceylon Princess.
The C4 Show Meets Lang Lang
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C4 Show: Secrets to Life in China Part 3
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Along the Silk Road: Haji Fida Hussain--Pakistani Export Tycoon
Pakistani businessman Haji is exporting Chinese goods all over the world.
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