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China Cuts Retail Fuel Prices Again
China's top economic planner says that Chinese drivers will enjoy lower gasoline and diesel fuel prices starting from Wednesday.
Railway Resumes after Heavy Rain Lashes NW China
A rail route damaged by heavy rain in Xi'an City, capital of northwest China's Shaanxi Province, resumed operation on Tuesday, local authorities said.
French Expert Weighs in on MH370 Debris
Pascal Roaches, an aerospace professor at France's School of Aerospace Engineering, released a statement on Monday claiming that despite the possible discovery of a piece of wreckage from MH370, more information is needed to discover the plane's fate.
China Brings Labor Education to Primary Schools
China will revitalize labor education in primary and middle schools over the next three to five years, according to a document of the Ministry of Education (MOE).
Gov't Encourages Two-and-half Day Weekend
An official of China's tourism authority stated recently that the government is encouraging employees to provide a two-and-half day long weekend during hot summer days.
Senior Volleyball Official Being Investigated for Graft
A senior volleyball official with China's General Administration of Sport (GAS) is under investigation for graft, said China's top discipline inspection agency Tuesday.
Nanjing Issues New Rules for Child Protection
The local government in Nanjing has issued new rules on child protection. Parents in that city could face criminal charges if they leave any child under 6-year-old, or those with physical disabilities, on their own.
Volunteers Began 1 Month Caring Work for Pandas
Twelve volunteers chosen from around the world have begun their one-month caring work for pandas in southwest China's Sichuan province.
Rory McIlroy to Test Ankle Injury in Weekend Practice
Northern Ireland golf star, Rory McIlroy will test his injured left ankle this weekend when he hits the Whistling Straits golf course in the U.S. city of Milwaukee for a practice round a week ahead of the PGA Tour event there.
BIGBANG to Release New Songs for 'MADE' Album Series E
Korean pop group BIGBANG is set to release songs and videos from their 'M.A.D.E' album series E on Tuesday.
Jackie Chan Promotes His Film 'Dragon Blade'
61 year old Kung Fu action star Jackie Chan says he won't be retiring from action movies any time soon.
China to Launch Jilin-1 Satellite in Oct.
Northeast China's Jilin Province plans to send Jilin-1, the country's first self-developed remote sensing satellite for commercial use, into space in October, its designers said Tuesday.
Weinstein Co.'s 'Macbeth' Gets Exclusive Amazon Deal
The 2015 British drama film "Macbeth" will stream exclusively on Amazon soon after its December theatrical release. Macbeth is based on William Shakespeare's play of the same name.
Schedule and Lineup of 18th Beijing Music Festival Revealed
The annual Beijing Music Festival, a highlight of the the city's music agenda, is gaining momentum. The theme, schedule and lineup of this year's Beijing Music Festival have now been revealed.
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China Makes Progress in Trade With Countries Along 'One Belt One Road'
China's Ministry of Commerce announced that the country has made solid progress with nations involved in the "One Belt One Road" initiative during the first half of this year.
China Vows More Efforts for Accessibility
There have been new calls here in China to make public facilities and services more accessible to people with disabilities.
Post-2015 Development Document "We The Peoples Agenda"
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is lauding a new sustainable development program adopted by the United Nations, ranging from issues of poverty and gender equality to climate change and ocean resource protection.
C4 Show: The Secret Life of a Living Monkey part2
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1936.8.2
31-year old revolutionary martyr who fought the Japanese invaders Zhao Yiman was killed at Zhuhe, which is today's Shangzhi county, Heilongjiang Province.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1945.7.31
Claire Lee Chennault, the American military aviator and the leader of "Flying Tigers" finished his position in China.
C4 Show: The Secret Life of a Living Monkey
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Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1937.7.29
Japan's China Garrison Army on the one hand kept pressuring Chinese General Song Zheyuan to accept various demanding conditions, but on the other hand they were preparing their forces to take Peking and Tianjin.
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