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China to Build Chargers to Power 5 mln Electric Cars by 2020
China has announced plans to build a nationwide charging-station network that will fulfil the power demands of 5 million electric vehicles by 2020.
Meituan, Dianping Merge to Create Chinese O2O Giant
China's two online-to-offline service providers Meituan and Dianping have merged. The 15-billion-U.S. dollar new company will run on a co-CEO basis and keep the original structure of their respective human resources departments.
House Majority Leader Drops out of Race for Speaker
Kevin McCarthy made a surprising announcement Thursday, giving up his bid for House Speaker. The abrupt decision left the Republicans in the House no clear path forward.
Syria Launches Large-scale Operation Against IS
A large-scale military operation against the Islamic State terror group has been launched by Syrian Armed Forces.
VW and EPA Officials Testify Before US Lawmakers
The US is continuing its investigations into how Volkswagen has managed to cheat in emissions tests since 2008.
UK Works to Attract Chinese Visitors
The United Kingdom has been working hard to attract more Chinese visitors.
EU, Balkans, Mideast Nations Discuss on Migrant Crisis
European, Middle Eastern and Balkan leaders gathered in Luxembourg on Thursday to discuss the ongoing migrant crisis.
"Go Away Mr. Tumor" to Represents China in the Best Foreign Film Category at the Oscars
Chinese romance film-"Go Away Mr. Tumor" has been submitted to compete for this year's Academy Awards for Best Foreign language Film.
World Cup Qualifiers: Qatar Beat China 1-0
China's hopes of making it through the group dimmed after an 1-0 defeat by Qatar.
Keanu Reeves' 'Knock Knock' Premiered in LA
Hollywood star Keanu Reeves' upcoming film 'Knock Knock' premiered in Los Angeles, with the leading cast walking the red carpet.
China's National Day Holiday Box Office Sets Records
China's box office during the just past National Day holiday has hit a record high, as pulling in 1.85 billion yuan, or some 291 million US dollars.
Djokovic Sees Lopsided Win, Pennetta Crashes out at China Open
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic finished with a lopsided win against Chinese player Zhang Ze, while US Open champion Flavia Pennetta failed to advance to the quarterfinals with a 6-3, 4-6, 3-6 loss to Russian Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova in China Open on Thursday in Beijing.
Los Angeles Clippers Comes to China for Their NBA Preseason Games
The Los Angeles Clippers have arrived in China for their NBA preseason games against the Charlotte Hornets.
Yo-Yo Ma Releases New Album Together with Kathryn Stott
Chinese-American Cellist Yo-Yo Ma has released a new album with his music collaborator, pianist Kathryn Stott. The album titled "Songs from the Arc of Life" features recordings of familiar classical music.
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Xi Congratulates Kim Jong Un on Founding Anniversary of Workers' Party of Korea
Xi Jinping has sent a message to the first secretary of the Workers' Party of Korea, Kim Jong Un, to congratulate him on the 70th anniversary of the founding of the WPK. Senior CPC Official Arrives for DPRK Visit
"One Belt, One Road" and RMB Internationalization Serve Global Interest: Report
The "One Belt One Road" initiative and internationalization of Renminbi, the Chinese currency, are two strategies that serve both China's national and global interests, according to a report.
Belarus Writer Alexievich Wins 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature
The Swedish Academy has announced that the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2015 goes to Belarusian author Svetlana Alexievich.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1944.10.9
China, the U.S., Britain and the Soviet Union publicized the draft plan of the United Nations Organization, laying down the foundation of the UN Charter.
The C4 Show: How (Not) to Practice Calligraphy
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Travelling with STU-pid: Xinjiang's Heavenly Lake
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
The C4 Show: Explaining Mid-autumn
Join the C4 Show, China's funniest comedy sketch show from CRI.
Today in History: The War against Japanese Aggression, 1931.9.19
Chinese government made a serious protest against Japan on the September 18 Incident.
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