Diplomatic
Chinese Premier Seeks Stronger China-Hungary Ties
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang expressed hope Wednesday that China and Hungary could tap their 65-year diplomatic ties to further enhance bilateral relations.
Jordan, China Keen to Push Bilateral Ties
Jordanian Foreign Minister Nasser Judeh on Tuesday underlined the need for continued efforts to find a political solution to the crisis in Syria, the state-run Petra news agency reported.
Society
Changing China Transforms Internet Landscape
Twenty years after the world's most populous country gained access to the Internet, China has been fundamentally and irreversibly changed, but not in the way some Western prophets had expected.
U.K. Artist Shows How Natural and Industrial Resources Should Interact
Matt Hope is a British artist, who now lives and works in Caochangdi artist community on the northeastern outskirts of Beijing.His latest design, "People's Power Light", efficiently utilizes the kinetic energy generated by people during exercise.
Parents Furious Over Kindergarten Feeding Kids Spoiled Food
Several hundred parents gathered on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the privately-owned Dang Dang Kindergarten in Chongqing, southwestern China, furious over the suspicion that the kindergarten is feeding its children rotten food.
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Four Chinese Nationals among Missing Passengers of Sunken Ferry
The Chinese embassy in Seoul has confirmed that there were four Chinese nationals aboard the sunken South Korean ferry. A total of 28 people have been confirmed dead. Video: Park Geun-hye Condoles Relatives of Missing People in Ferry Disaster; Third Mate Takes Helm at Last Minutes
Funds to Help More Tibetans to Access Electricity
China will pump an extra fund of 4.5 billion yuan (723.2 million U.S. dollars) in Tibet to help more people access electricity, local authorities said on Sunday.
NE China Fire Kills Four
A fire that raged in a shanty town in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province has killed four people, local authorities said on Sunday.
Pakistan, China Begin Joint Exercise
Two-week long Pakistan-China joint military exercise started Sunday near the garrison of Rawalpindi, Pakistan's military said.
Senior CPC Leader Stresses Supervision in Mass-line Campaign
A senior leader of the Communist Party of China has urged governments to invite public supervision and to let the people speak the truth amid the Party's ongoing "mass-line" campaign.
Two Chinese Engineers Abducted in Sudan
Two Chinese engineers, working at an oil field belonging to Sudanese oil companies in Sudan's West Kordofan State, were abducted by unidentified gunmen on Friday, according to sources at Chinese Embassy in Khartoum on Sunday.
European Reporters Visit Nanjing Massacre Memorial Hall
Beijing Party Chief Serves as Library Volunteer
The Communist Party Chief in Beijing Guo Jinlong appeared unannounced and served as a volunteer librarian at Beijing's Capital Library for an hour on Saturday ahead of the upcoming World Reading Day.
Runners Highlight Causes at Beijing Run
More than twenty thousand running enthusiasts participated in this year's Beijing Run. CRI's Cao Yuwei finds out how the event has given exposure to some of the runners and the values they stand for.
No Sino-Japanese Naval Officer Meeting: Spokesman
No one-on-one meeting has been planned between Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy Commander Wu Shengli and Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force (MSDF) officials, a PLA Navy spokesman said Sunday.
Construction of Largest Radio Telescope in Progress in Guizhou
The world's largest radio telescope, currently under construction in southwest China's Guizhou province, has seen the completion of its outer steel framework.
"My Love from the Star" Actor Kim Soo-Hyun Surprises Fans at Beijing Auto Show
Shanghai Relaxes Controls on Armed Patrols
More than 1,000 policemen in Shanghai began carrying revolvers while on patrol Sunday as China tightens public security to deal with serious violent crimes.
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An American in China Pulls off A Diplomatic Coup
You'd have to say that the prominent lady from America, with the impressive academic credentials, handled herself pretty well.
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The Effects of Bullying Last a Lifetime
Head of An Alleged Mafia Gang Becomes Emotional During Court
Liu Han, alleged head of a mafia-style gang and a former mining tycoon, burst into tears during a court hearing. Liu is accused of crimes such as organizing a mafia gang, intentional homicide and assault, blackmail and illegal possession of guns along with other 35 members of his alleged gang.
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