|Children send birthday wishes to astronaut Jing Haipeng in space|
Children from across the world have extended birthday wishes to taikonaut Jing Haipeng, who is currently orbiting the earth in lab Tiangong-2.
|China nabs state firm boss over corruption|
Expensive paintings and calligraphy, two apartments in Beijing, three mistresses, a rhino horn and a huge cache of Chinese and foreign currencies exposed the extravagant lifestyle of a former state-owned firm boss in the northern province of Hebei.
|China becomes world's largest acquirer in international M&A|
China is becoming increasingly vigorous in international mergers and acquisitions (M&A) and this year has become the world's largest acquirer. Under the "going out" strategy, China's outbound mergers and acquisitions has continued to heat up. The first 9 months of 2016 saw Chinese companies complete 521 overseas M&A deals worth 67.4 billion USD, which exceeded last year's annual transaction amount.
|120,000 yuan not threshold for higher income tax: Xinhua|
China's official Xinhua News Agency has said that rumours of a threshold for higher tax rates in the future is not true.
|No. 5 on "most wanted list" to return China for investigation: report|
It's reported the No.5 on China's '100 most wanted list' of fugitives, Yan Yongming, is to return to China to face an investigation by the police.
|China prefab house explosion kills 10, wounds 157|
A powerful explosion at a prefabricated house damaged nearby buildings in a northwestern county Monday afternoon, leaving at least 10 dead and 157 injured, local authorities said, as rescue efforts continued into the night.
|Forbidden City to build new museum to display more collections|
The Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, is set to build a new museum in northern Beijing in order to display a more extensive collection, said Chinanews.com on Monday.
|The first "selfie" of Tiangong-2 and Shenzhou-11 together in space|
The first 300 photos of the Tiangong-2 space lab and Shenzhou-11 manned spacecraft after the docking have been sent back to the earth on Monday, according to CCTV News.
|NBA LA Lakers Waive Chinese Yi Jianlian|
The Los Angeles Lakers announced Monday that they have waived Yi Jianlian at the request of Yi and his agent.
|Friends or internet: how Chinese students learn about sex|
An investigation by the Chongqing Research Academy of Education Sciences (CRAES) found there is a great need for sexual education in primary and middle school students in China, reported the Chongqing Evening News on Monday.
|Stephen Chow and Tsui Hark's upcoming Monkey King film|
The most anticipated blockbuster of next year's Spring Festival, "Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 2," a collaboration between two legendary Hong Kong filmmakers Stephen Chow and Tsui Hark, has set a release date for China's lunar New Year.
|88-year-old man becomes the oldest graduate with bachelor degree in China|
Two seniors in their 80s have graduated from east China's Jiangsu Open University, the first batch to receive their bachelor degrees as part of a program of continuing education for the elderly in China, the Yangtse Evening Post reported on Friday.
|Century-old railway station to be retired in Beijing|
A century-old railway station in Beijing will be put out of service beginning November 1, 2016 due to the construction of the Beijing-Zhangjiakou Intercity Railway, according to CCTV News.
|1,171 foreign students lose govt scholarships|
An official with China Scholarship Council said an annual evaluation system has been effective in ensuring the quality of foreign recipients of Chinese government scholarships. The evaluation system was introduced in 2002, and 1,171 recipients of the State-level scholarship have lost the approval needed to receive scholarship money.
|CPC convenes key meeting on strict Party governance|
The 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) started its sixth plenary session on Monday to discuss major issues regarding strict Party governance and documents on intra-Party supervision and political life within the Party.
|Chinese hostages freed by Somali pirates to return home|
Ten rescued sailors, including nine from the Chinese mainland and one from Taiwan, will return home after being held hostage by Somali pirates for four and a half years, said a mainland spokesman on Monday.
|KMT leader to visit mainland|
Hung Hsiu-chu, leader of Taiwan's Kuomintang (KMT) Party, will lead a delegation to visit the mainland from Oct. 30 to Nov. 3, a Chinese mainland spokesman said on Monday.
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