|Chinese affordable lung cancer drug hits market|
A generic targeted drug to treat cancer manufactured by a Chinese pharmaceutical company hit market over the weekend.
|Woman spends nearly 5 hours per day, over $580 per month on commuting|
Cangzhou woman Jiang Jingzi recently hit the headlines for the huge sum she pays and long hours she spends every day commuting back and forth to Beijing.
|Spain to deport over 200 Taiwan fraud suspects back to Chinese mainland: media|
The Spanish government has decided to deport 269 Chinese, mostly from Taiwan, on suspicion of being involved in telecom scams, to the Chinese mainland, according to reports in Taiwan media on Saturday. The international fraud case was cracked down upon jointly by Spain and China last December.
|Wuhan gets first WiFi flight|
China Eastern Airlines will officially offer WiFi on a flight between Wuhan, central China, and Sydney, on Monday, company sources said Sunday.
|Asian Winter Games opens, China wins 2 medals|
The 2017 Asian Winter Games officially opened on Sunday afternoon in the Japanese city of Sapporo.
|Beijing electric bike-sharing service ordered to stop after four days|
A Beijing based electric bicycle-sharing service has been ordered to stop trading just four days into operation.The company was offering 50 electric bicycles to customers, mainly along the route of subway Line 10.
|Landmark legal papers in false rape and murder conviction to go on show to public|
The China Court Museum is to showcase files related to the case of Nie Shubin, who was executed after being falsely convicted of rape and murder in 1995 but was exonerated last year.
|Pregnant looking rare Amur Leopard in NE China confirmed as fat male|
Excitement over sightings of what was thought to be a pregnant rare Amur leopard has been dashed after it was revealed the animal was a male that had eaten too much.
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