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Calls for an End to College Largesse
China will launch a four-year-long overall mapping and surey on the Great Wall starting from April.
Students Pray to Buddha for Examination Comfort
A considerable number of students are flocking to temples, praying to Buddha and burning joss sticks.
Hot Debates on Pets
A restriction on pets advocated by Shanghai's Public Security Bureau has ignited heated objections from pet owners.
Sex Hotline Callers Like to...Talk?
Operators of the city's first sex hotline found out that many of their callers' biggest problem was loneliness.
Guo Degang in Trouble for Fake Product AD
CCTV aired an expose of a fake "magic diet tea" featuring crosstalk star Guo Degang.
Urban Doctors Troubled with Sleep Disorders
Last year, nearly 70% of doctors working in urban hospitals in China experienced sleep disorders.
Sydney Harbor Bridge Celebrates 75th Anniversary
Many people are expected to flood into Sydney to celebrate the Sydney Harbour Bridge's 75th anniversary.
CPPCC Member on Improving City Transport
Traffic congestion has become a serious problem facing many Chinese cities. The question of how to improve the situation has become a top priority.
China Basks in the Limelight at Versailles Palace Tourism Expo
China is making its mark as one of the world's most important tourist destinations
Are We Complaining?
How many consumers are actively making complaints about the defective products they've purchased?
More Attention Needed for Education of Migrant Children
Schools generally set higher entrance requirements for migrant children.
Zoo Feeds Vicious Dogs
Local residents are calling for the Dalian forest zoo to change the way it feeds some of it's tennants.
Excessive Packing Should Be Stopped
Waste produced in Beijing amounts to 3 million tonnes annually.
KFC Re-Using Oil Could be Dangerous
Recent food safety concerns have arisen accusing Kentucky Fried Chicken of reusing its frying oil.
Modern Forestry Ecosystem Needed
Figures show around 49 billion trees have been planted around the country over the past 26 years.
Unified Dress or Not?
"Public servants nationwide should wear uniforms. Except the law enforcement officers like the police, the rest should wear suits as the State leaders."
Hong Kong to Receive 2 Giant Pandas From Sichuan
The mainland will give Hong Kong two giant pandas to mark the 10th anniversary of Hongkong's return to China.
Airports' Service Back to Normal in Northeast China
All airports in northeast China have seen an overall recovery after they were forced to close from last Sunday under the influence of a snowstorm.
Snowstorms in Northeast China Come to an End
Transport and public activities are almost back to normal in northeast China after a three-day snowstorm.
Unexploded Fireworks Called Back
Many cities in China are busily calling back fireworks left unlighted.
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