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New Year Eve, a day off?
Whether or not to add New Year's Eve to the national holiday has become a focus for public discussion in recent weeks.
More Traditional Festivals Should Become National Holidays
Nowadays some festivals no longer have the cultural force they once used to.
Public Toilets Become Free in Guangzhou
Guangzhou becomes the first city to realize such a service nationwide.
On Valentine' Day, White-Collar Workers Deliver Roses
Florists in Shanghai have recruited part-time flower couriers.
Vulgar TV Shows, Dilemma for TV Stations?
Some people accuse stations of airing the vulgar shows only in pursuit of better ratings.
Form a Line, Please!
Starting from Sunday, every eleventh day of the month will be an officially designated "Queue Day" for Beijing residents.
Should Students' Moral Standing be Tested?
Students will have their moral standing evaluated in the national postgraduate entrance exams.
Spring Festival Holiday to Be Another Golden Week for Travel
The tourism market will see a boom once again during this year's Spring Festival holiday.
Why People Expose Their Salaries Online Anonymously?
Now people may satisfy their curiosity over the internet as people are exposing their salaries online.
Residence System Urged to Benifit Floating Population
Beijing plans to cancel the current residence card system by offering a new residence card.
Financial Punishment Conducive to Promotion of Civil Act
Moral means proved ineffective.
Should Extra Courses After School Be Prohibited?
The lure of extra profits are causing some schools to offer extra classes for students over upcoming holidays.
Prepared to Be the First Crab Eater?
New professions, such as second-hand car trader and jewellery appraisers, are gaining increasing popularity.
Help the Blind Watch Movie
48-year-old Da Wei and his friends have invented a method for assisting the visually impaired.
Taiwan Oranges Appears on Chinese Mainland
Currently, about 700 tonnes of oranges are sold at markets in Shanghai and Xiamen.
Driving Test to be Toughened
Learners are trying to obtain driving licenses before a new, more difficult test goes into effect April 1.
Young People Prefer Internet to Books
Survey shows, internet surfing, rather than watching TV, is the first entertainment choice for most young people.
China's Alcohol Culture in Need of Moderation
A bride and groom suffer from alcohol poisoning because they accepted too many toasts from their friends.
No Northern Lingo In Guangdong Newspapers?
Upstart cyber-pundits in Guangdong have teamed up against the local papers, accusing them of using too much northern lingo.
Olympic Songs
Beijing's Olympic Organising Committee or BOCOG has launched its 4th and last campaign to select songs for the 2008 Games.
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