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Chronic Diseases The Main Cause of Death
Beijing Youth Daily reports that nearly 80 percent of deaths in Beijing are caused by chronic diseases.
Wang Ruiguang-From Diplomat to Businessman, to College Teacher
35-year-old Wang Ruiguang is a typical Beijing native. Although he looks peaceful and quiet in appearance...
Students' Health: Less Fat, More Sleep Required 
A nutrition survey conducted by professionals has fuelled concern over the health of students from 6 to 17 years old.
More Concern Needed for Final-Year Students
Final-year college students are facing dissertation, job-hunting and other steps towards entering society.
More Cash from ATMS, Convenience and Risks
Chinese banks have allowed individual clients to withdraw 2,500 US dollars from Automatic Teller Machines within one day.
Cheating in Exams, a Moral or Legal Issue?
As the total number of people sitting various examinations in China reaches 30 million, cheating in exams has grown to be a serious problem.
How Long does a Postgraduate Need to Study at School?
Should a master's degree last for two or three years? That's the question posed by the Guangming Daily.
World Record Panda Pregnancy 
A panda breeding centre is applying for two world records.
Do We Need Museums?
Today is international museum day. More than 20 museums in Beijing are offering free admission for visitors today.
Is Female Security Staff Man Enough for the Job?
Female security guards have begun work in a selection of residences in Beijing.
Is Principals' Recommendation a New Way for College Admission?
A new reform has triggered debate.
China Mobile customers have a new toy to test out. Users can download Fetion and chat with your friends even if they're not online.
China Makes Greater Efforts to Prevent Occupational Diseases
Work-related diseases are posing a greater threat to Chinese workers' health.
Physical Check-ups as Gifts for Mothers' Day
Many young people in China are opting to take their mothers to a doctor for...
Necessary for All College Students to Take Chinese Lessons?
Is it necessary for universities to set up Chinese as a compulsory course?
Entertaining Higher Level Officials Is a Headache
Smaller local government officials claim it's a burden to entertain higher level officials.
Work Overtime
A survey reveals that over 70% of white collars are regularly overworked. Are you one of them?
Who Wants To Be A Blue-collar?
Do you want to be a blue-collar worker? A recent survey asked 4,000 Shanghai residents the same question.
Select Jobs on the Basis of Interest or Money?
Around 5 million will-be graduates from universities across China are feverishly looking for jobs now.
China to Enhance Animal Disease Prevention Law
China's top legislature is currently deliberating a draft amendment to the laws that regulate animal diseases.
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Transcendence is one of the core concepts of the Paralympics. In your life, have you ever transcended yourself to reach a goal? Have you achieved something that you normally wouldn't be able to do? [China Drive]

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