|Chinese Girls All out of China Open after Wang's Exit|
With a 5-3 advantage in the first set, Chinese player Wang Qiang plummeted to a 10-game losing skid, losing to former world No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki 7-5, 6-0 in China Open second round in Beijing on Tuesday.
|China'a Zhang Ze Enters Into China Open Second Round|
Chinese tennis player Zhang Ze, the world No. 219, beat Denis Istomin from Uzbekistan 6-3, 1-6, 6-3 in the men's singles first round of China Open here on Monday.
|Film "Lost in Hong Kong" Top Hit in China|
"Lost in Hong Kong," a Chinese comedy, has raked in 1.33 billion yuan (209.5 million U.S. dollars) by Sunday, becoming the top-grossing 2D domestic film of all time on the Chinese mainland.
|Visitors Capped at First Glass Bridge|
China's first all-glass bridge is suspended 180 meters over a canyon in central China's Hunan Province. It received around 20,000 visitors on Friday, the second day of China's current week-long National Day holiday.
|Art Works from "China Unlimited" Exhibited in Belgium|
The prize-winning art works from the "China Unlimited" Creative Contest are on exhibition in Maasmechelen Village.
|LA Angels Stun Houston to Create Final-Day Showdown for MLB Playoff Slot|
The Los Angeles Angels have kept their shot at the last playoff slot available in the American League, coming from 4-runs down in the top of the 9th inning to stun the Texas Rangers 11-10 earlier this morning.
|A Glimpse of "Sky Farm" in C China|
A farm is built on the top of a tall building and covers an area of 1200 square meters in Wuhan city, central China's Hubei province. Many have been attracted to the sky farm and expressed interest in renting a vegetable garden.
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