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GDP figures of 12 Chinese cities exceed 1 trillion yuan in 2016
The number of Chinese cities with GDP figures that exceeded one trillion yuan ( 146 billion USD) increased from ten to twelve in 2016, China News Agency reports.
Former Shanghai vice mayor stands trial for graft
Former vice mayor of Shanghai Ai Baojun on Thursday stood trial on charges of corruption at a court in the city of Zhangzhou, east China's Fujian Province.
Seminar on Sino-Japan relationship held in China
Over 50 Chinese and overseas scholars on Thursday called for establishing a better Sino-Japan relationship through facing up to the history and deeper communication at a seminar in Nanjing, a city known for the "Nanjing Massacre" during World War II in east China's Jiangsu Province .
China to encourage private investment in social sector
China is to widen market access to areas of medical care, education, caring for the elderly, culture, sports and other social undertakings.
Is this the most passionate chef you have ever seen?
This video has gone viral on Chinese social media recently from this chef's passionate dance in Huanglongxi, southwest China's Sichuan province. A local specialty of this town, the dish is made from one very long noodle.
Beijing in new energy taxi move
Beijing is aiming to gradually replace its petrol-powered taxis with greener, new engergy vehicles to help reduce air pollution starting from this year.กก
Siberian tigers bring down and play with drone
While hunting for food in the snow Wednesday, a group of Siberian tigers spotted a drone flying low at the Siberian Tiger Park in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province. The big cats then chased after the aircraft until they brought it down.
Senior officials banned from playing Mahjong in southeast China's Ningdu
Local officials in Ningdu, in southeast China's Jiangxi Province, have been banned from playing Mahjong in order to help clamp down on gambling.
Foreigner serves as village official in Zhejiang
Ding Yimu, born in 1963, is a French man who has lived in the village of Hehong in Ninghai County, Zhejiang province for 16 years. Ding, recognizable by his omnipresent glasses, is now an entrepreneur and village official.
Best buds follow each other's footsteps
Video of two young men sliding down some icy steps has gone viral in China. "After seeing my friend slipping, I didn't think I would do the same. I tried to walk down a couple of stairs and then eventually lost control myself," chuckled one man.
Huawei to sell new smartphone in Japan
The Chinese technology giant Huawei has announced plans to sell its new smartphone product in Japan, according to the Japanese financial media Nikkei.
Chinese Canadian jailed for 14 years for killing Chinese hostage
A Chinese Canadian who killed and kidnapped his neighbor has been sentenced to 14 years in prison by a Canadian court. Zhang Tianyi met his neighbor Sun Peng in 2013 while they were both living in a wealthy district of Vancouver.
Royal Society of Chemistry accreditation first for Sino-foreign university in China
The Department of Chemistry at Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University has become the first at an independent Sino-foreign university in China to achieve professional accreditation for its undergraduate degree programme.
Israel expects cooperation in new areas with China: experts
Israel is expecting new and enhanced cooperation with China, as the two countries mark 25 years of diplomatic ties. In recent years, China and Israel have seen significant growth in economic cooperation.
Xi: Silk road an ancient bond for China, Italy
Italian President Sergio Mattarella, who arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for a six-day visit, expressed Italy's interest in playing a role in the China-proposed "Belt and Road" initiative during the talks.
China to start anti-graft inspections in universities
China will send anti-corruption inspectors to centrally-administrated universities, discipline authority of the Communist Party of China (CPC) announced Wednesday.
Boeing eyes China's booming air delivery market
Boeing is upbeat about the Chinese market and is designing products and services to meet the demands of the growing e-commerce sector, according to a Boeing executive.
Taiwan military base conducts urine tests in drug scandal
Taiwan's military authority is drug testing servicemen after paraphernalia and an, as yet, unidentified substance was found at an air base.
China's bicycle-sharing firm gets tech upgrade
China's bicycle-sharing start-up ofo on Wednesday partnered with two Chinese telecom companies -- Huawei and China Telecom to improve its connectivity.
China to improve court transparency
The Supreme People's Court Wednesday released a revised regulation on digital trial recording to improve transparency in court proceedings.
Chemical weapon substance identified on dead DPRK man: Malaysian police
Malaysian police said Friday that chemical weapon substance had been identified on the body of a Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) man who died in the country on Feb. 13.
Current Americans' view of China most positive in three decades: poll
Half of Americans now view China favorably, the highest rating since 1989, found a Gallup released Thursday.
French PM eyes more investment between China, France

French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve eyed more investment between China and France during his visit to Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province, from Wednesday to Thursday.

Malaysia urges DPRK to cooperate in investigation on DPRK man's death
Malaysian police have sent a formal request to the embassy of the Democratic Peoples's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to interview a second secretary believed to be involved in the death of a DPRK man, said Malaysian police chief on Thursday.
Scientists discover 7 Earth-sized exoplanets around nearby star
A compact analogue of our inner solar system about 40 light-years aways has been discovered, NASA announced during a press conference on Wednesday.
SA offers the best tourist experience: Chinese tourist
Many Chinese tourists in South Africa often express the same sentiment after visiting the Southern African nation: that despite the political and economic challenges that the country is faced with; South Africa is a beautiful country whose glory cannot be taken in in only one visit.
DPRK embassy demands release of suspects in connection with its citizen's death
The embassy of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) in Kuala Lumpur on Wednesday demanded Malaysian authorities to release three suspects still held in connection with the death of its citizen.
Malaysian police reiterate DNA test needed before DPRK man's body release
Malaysia police Wednesday reiterated that a DNA test would be needed to identify the dead man from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), before the body could be released.
Nearly 1.4 mln children at imminent risk of death as famine looms: UNICEF
Almost 1.4 million children are at imminent risk of death from severe acute malnutrition this year, as famine looms in Nigeria, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Tuesday.
Malaysian doctors still waiting for lab results to determine cause of DPRK man's death
Doctors found no sign of puncture on the body of a Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) man, who died at the Kuala Lumpur airport last week, as the cause of death is yet to be determined by results from a lab, a Malaysian health official said on Tuesday.
UN chief saddened by death of Russian envoy Churkin
UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday said that he "learned with shock and sadness" of the news of the sudden passing Vitaly Churkin, the Russian permanent representative to the United Nations.
Russian ambassador to UN dies in New York
The Russian Ambassador to the United Nations (UN) Vitaly Churkin suddenly died on Monday in New York, the Russian Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
U.S. vice president reaffirms strong commitment to EU
U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Monday reaffirmed "strong commitments" to the European Union (EU), in a bid to allay the bloc's doubts on the new U.S. administration's stance towards it.
Malaysian PM says to be objective in probe into DPRK man's death
Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said Monday that he believes the work of the Malaysian police and doctors concerning an investigation into the death of a man from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK). DPRK ambassador denies identifying deceased DPRK man as Kim Jong NamMalaysia summons DPRK ambassador over police probe into Kim's death
S. Korean acting president has yet to respond to special prosecutors' call for extended probe
South Korean Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn has yet to respond to the calls by special prosecutors to extend their investigation into a corruption scandal that led to the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye.
DPRK ambassador denies identifying deceased DPRK man as Kim Jong Nam
The ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) to Malaysia on Monday denied telling Malaysian authorities that a DPRK diplomatic passport holder, who died at Kuala Lumpur last week, was Kim Jong Nam, the elder half-brother of DPRK top leader Kim Jong Un. Malaysia summons DPRK ambassador over police probe into Kim's death
S. Korea expects exchange of military land for THAAD site this month
South Korea's defense ministry on Monday expected the exchange of military land for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) site within this month, meaning the resumption of procedure to deploy the THAAD battery on South Korean soil by the end of this year.
Malaysia summons DPRK ambassador over police probe into Kim's death
Malaysia's Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned Ambassador of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) Kang Chol to seek an explanation over a statement he had made on the police investigation of a deceased DPRK man.
Microbes discovered in Mexican crystal cave may have survived up to 50,000 years
Scientists have discovered long-dormant microbes trapped in giant crystals in the famous Naica mine of Mexico and have estimated that these organisms may have survived 10,000 to 50,000 years.
Four DPRK suspects related to death of DPRK man fled Malaysia
The Malaysian police said on Sunday that four suspects from the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) related to the death of a DPRK man had fled the country.
China top political advisors meet

The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee on Thursday held a meeting of its chairman and vice chairpersons.

China to encourage private investment in social sector
China is to widen market access to areas of medical care, education, caring for the elderly, culture, sports and other social undertakings.
China to synergize development strategies with Italy
China is willing to synergize development strategies with Italy to promote a balanced growth of trade and investment, Premier Li Keqiang said in Beijing on Thursday.
Mainland accuses "Taiwan Independence" forces of twisting Feb. 28 Uprising
A mainland official on Wednesday accused "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces of twisting the Feb. 28 Uprising for their own gain.
Japanese kindergarten's suspected hate speech underscores endemic social malady
A Japanese kindergarten with ties to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife apologized for comments described as hate speech against Koreans and Chinese people, as the incident has underscored the seemingly indelible nature of racial discrimination in Japan.
China welcomes Italy to join in B&R initiative: Xi Jinping
President Xi Jinping and his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella held talks Wednesday, pledging to enhance bilateral ties. "China welcomes Italy to participate in the Belt and Road Initiative," Xi told Mattarella, who is on a state visit to China from Feb. 21 to 26.
China hopes to complete drafting COC framework with ASEAN before midyear
China hopes to work with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to complete the draft of a framework of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC) before midyear, a spokesperson said Wednesday.
"Taiwan independence" biggest threat to cross-Strait peace, stability: spokesperson
Peaceful development of cross-Strait relations is the fundamental guarantee of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, while "Taiwan independence" secessionist forces and their activities are the biggest threat, a Chinese mainland spokesperson said Wednesday.
Former HK chief executive Donald Tsang jailed 20 months for misconduct
Hong Kong's former Chief Executive Donald Tsang Yam-kuen was sentenced to 20 months in prison here on Wednesday for misconduct while in office.
China, France sign deals on nuclear energy, science
China and France on Tuesday signed agreements on nuclear energy and science during French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve's Beijing visit.
Chinese State Councilor urges China, U.S. to step up ties
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Tuesday urged China and the United States to strengthen pragmatic cooperation in a bid to push forward bilateral relations.
China, India pledge stronger ties
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with Indian Foreign Secretary Subramanyam Jaishankar on Tuesday, calling for stronger ties between the two neighbors.
China offers condolences over death of Russia's UN envoy
China on Tuesday expressed deep condolences over the sudden death of Vitaly Churkin, Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations.
China expresses support for dialogue on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue
China said on Tuesday that it supports relevant parties in conducting dialogue and contact in order to find a solution to the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
China urges U.S. to contribute to peace in South China Sea
China said on Tuesday that it hoped the United States would do what is good to the peace and stability in the South China Sea as a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group began patrolling the region.
CPC meeting discusses draft government work report
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday chaired a meeting which discussed the draft government work report.
China to improve government service in townships
The central authorities have issued a document calling for improved public services at the township level.
Mongolia reaffirms commitment to one-China policy
Mongolia reaffirmed its commitment to the one-China policy on Monday during the visit by the country's foreign minister, after bilateral relations were disrupted by the Dalai Lama's visit to the landlocked country in November.
Chinese FM pledges more coordination to prepare for BRICS Summit
China will strengthen coordination with BRICS members including South Africa to prepare for the BRICS leaders' summit.
Afghan gov't is thankful to China over sending humanitarian assistance: Minister
Afghan State Minister for Disaster Management and Humanitarian Affairs, Wais Ahmad Barmak expressed his gratitude to China over sending humanitarian consignments to Afghanistan on Sunday.
More new energy vehicle models eligible for subsidies in Beijing
Authorities in Beijing have updated the number of New Energy Vehicles (NEV) that are eligible to receive subsidies, Beijing Daily reports.
Discussion on corporate news of the week
Online video site iQiyi.com, controlled by leading search engine Baidu, has said it has raised over 1.5-billion US dollars in new funding through a convertible note issue.
'Uber for bikes' comes to Cambridge thanks to Chinese company
China's 'Uber for bikes' is going to drop 500 bicycles on Cambridge. Didi-backed Ofo, China's largest bike-sharing operator, doesn't have docks, so users can just drop and ride whenever they like.
China says U.S. ruling on Chinese tires in line with facts
The latest U.S. ruling to remove heavy duties on truck and bus tires imported from China was "in line with the objective facts," the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
China to prevent debt level rise and asset bubbles: central bank economist
China's monetary policy will be prudent and neutral in 2017, which will help prevent a rapid rise in debt levels and asset bubbles, central bank economist Ma Jun said Thursday.
China capable of ensuring stability in property market: official
The Chinese government is capable of maintaining stability in the property market, a senior official said on Thursday, as measures have reined in surging prices in major cities.
China hits new record in world's PE/VC investment in 2016: PwC
China has seen a 49 percent increase in private equity (PE) and venture capitalist (VC) investment last year, though the scale of global fund raising and investment showed a reduction, according to a report.
SF Express to complete Shenzhen listing on Friday
China's courier company SF Express is set to complete a back-door listing on Friday in the Shenzhen Stock Exchange. The company is valued at an estimated 44.8 billion yuan or USD 6.8 billion after the listing.
Ctrip reports 76% net revenue increase
Ctrip.com International, Ltd., a leading travel service provider, Thursday reported a net revenue of RMB19.2 billion (US$2.8 billion) for 2016, a 76% increase from 2015.
China's Twitter-like Weibo reports strong 2016 revenue growth
Chinese social media giant Sina Weibo reported strong revenue growth in 2016 thanks to booming advertising and marketing demand.
UK/China cooperation to bring new material to your car
A partnership between a British firm and a Chinese firm looks set to bring increased use of an advanced and revolutionary material to the automotive industry. In the next few years, there's every chance that lightweight and super-strong carbon fibre, once the preserve of Formula 1 motor racing teams and aircraft engineers, will be in family cars.
China drafts rules to rein in asset management risks
New reports suggest Chinese financial regulators are moving to divest the government from any liabilities connected to asset-management products.
Development of Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region drives up demand for cruise tours
Authorities in Tianjin are pointing to a regional integration strategy as one of the factors behind a sharp rise in the demand for cruise tours out of the city.
Chile leads fruit exports to China in 2016
Chile became China's leading supplier of fresh fruits in 2016, overtaking Vietnam and even Thailand, local media reported on Wednesday.
Walmart to open about 40 new outlets in China
Walmart will open up to 40 new branches in China this year, while upgrading 50 outlets and improving stocking and logistics, the company announced Wednesday.
China's bicycle-sharing firm gets tech upgrade
China's bicycle-sharing start-up ofo on Wednesday partnered with two Chinese telecom companies -- Huawei and China Telecom to improve its connectivity.
Samsung to compensate Chinese consumer for Note 7 fire
A court in Shanghai ruled on Wednesday that Samsung should compensate a Chinese consumer whose Note 7 smartphone caught fire ten days after purchase.
Trade Facilitation Agreement enters into force: WTO Chief
World Trade Organization (WTO) Director-General Roberto Azevedo on Wednesday announced that the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) entered into force after two-thirds of members have completed their domestic ratification process.
Insurance industry should not be "rich men's club": regulator
China's insurance regulator has vowed to crack down speculators in the industry and stabilize the market. The regulator said it will not allow the insurance industry to become a "rich men's club", adding that insurers should carry responsibilities for the society, the public and the real economy.
Dozens of Chinese companies rush to use Ivanka Trump's name in registration
While some US companies have recently been moving Ivanka Trump products off their shelves, it seems that dozens of Chinese businesses are rushing to register the name of the new US president's daughter as a trademark.
Rooney addresses China rumors: I'm staying at Man United
England captain Wayne Rooney is throwing cold water on speculation about a potential move here to China.
Yao Ming to sell his shares in Shanghai Sharks before next season
Yao Ming, the newly-elected Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) president, said Thursday that he would sell his shares in the CBA side Shanghai Sharks before next season.
NBA legend Yao Ming to lead China basketball body, aiming at reforms
Yao Ming, former Houston Rockets player and NBA Hall of Fame member, has been elected as the new president of the Chinese Basketball Association(CBA). Yao Ming to sell his shares in Shanghai Sharks before next season
Star swimmer Ning kicked out of Chinese swimming team
It's been confirmed that World champion Ning Zetao is no longer part of the Chinese national swimming team.
Japan eases past China 14-0 in men's ice hockey
Asian powerhouse Japan opened the 2017 Sapporo Asian Winter Games ice hockey men's top division competition with an easy victory, breezing over China 14-0 on Wednesday.
China beat South Korea in men's 5,000m short track relay
China beat arch rival South Korea to win the men's 5,000m relay at the short track speed skating competition of the Asian Games on Wednesday.
China to build 50,000 football schools by 2025
Original plans to have 20-thousand schools created specifically for football by 2020 have now advanced, with authorities saying they expect to have 20-thousand football programs operational at schools before the end of this year.
Chinese men unstoppable at Asiad curling
The Chinese men have stretched their winning record to five games after beating South Korea and Qatar at the Asian Winter Games on Tuesday.
China dominates 500m short track, Japan sweeps speed skating
China dominated in the 500m short track speed skating at the Asian Winter Games here on Tuesday, while host Japan topped the medal tally by sweeping four speed skating golds.
Chinese Super League clubs hopeful of capturing Wayne Rooney this month
Speculation is once-again brewing here in China about the possibility of England captain Wayne Rooney making his way to the Chinese Super League within the next couple of weeks.
Chinese women beat Qatar, their men down Japan in Asiad curling
The Chinese women curlers whitewashed Qatar while their men compatriots snapped Japan's unbeaten record at the Asian Winter Games on Monday.
Zang gifts China second gold at Asian Winter Games
Zang Ruixin won the women's snowboard slalom here on Monday, gifting China its second gold at the eighth Asian Winter Games.
China claims 2 golds in Asian Winter Games
Cross-country skier Man Dandan grabbed China's first gold medal at the Asian Winter Games and Zang Ruxin added one from snowboard on Sunday.
Stephon Marbury turns 40, but fails to make playoffs
Today marks Beijing veteran Stephon Marbury's 40th birthday, arousing speculation Marbury might be prepared to retire after the Ducks failed to make the playoffs.
Asian Winter Games opens, China wins 2 medals
The 2017 Asian Winter Games officially opened on Sunday afternoon in the Japanese city of Sapporo.
China lose at Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships semifinals in Vietnam
China lost 1-3 to Japan in semifinals of the Badminton Asia Mixed Team Championships on Saturday in Vietnam' s Ho Chi Minh City.
China, Japan, South Korea start AWG ice hockey event with big wins
China and South Korea each scored a 20-0 victory on Saturday, the opening day for the women's ice hockey event at Sapporo Asian Winter Games.
Chinese athletes ready for Asian Winter Games
The 8th Asian Winter Games get underway this Sunday, on February 19, in Sapporo, Japan, and run for a week. 236 Chinese athletes will compete in the Games and take part in all of the 64 events, and they have been training hard.
Barca President confirms China visit
FC Barcelona have confirmed that club President, Josep Maria Bartomeu, club CEO, Oscar Grau and former player Ronaldinho, who is now a Club Ambassador, will travel to China on February 24th to sign an agreement between Barcelona and the Mission Hills Group.
Chinese short track speed skaters see Asiad ideal prep for Olympics
Chinese short track speed skaters aim to boost their morale in an inevitable clash with South Koreans in the Asian Winter Games which opens on Sunday.
Rock singer Qin Yong promotes his maiden movie Nirvana
Famous rock singer Qin Yong has also staged something of a strong comeback after a hiatus of more than ten years.
'Readers' renews literary fanfare among TV viewers
The weekly program invites people from all walks of life to choose their favorite pieces of literary works, either by others or themselves, and read aloud excerpts from their selections. The readers also share their life stories and how their chosen works have impacted them.
'The Great Wall' fails to please both Chinese and US audiences
The Great Wall, an architectural marvel that once divided China from invading nomadic tribes, is now serving to bring people together. After poor reviews from filmgoers in China, the lukewarm reception from North American audiences toward Legendary Pictures and Le Vision Pictures' The Great Wall shows that audiences in both countries have found the film disappointing.
'A Dog's Purpose' and final Wolverine film 'Logan' to open in Chinese theaters
Dog lovers in China now have something to look forward to, as American drama "A Dog's Purpose" is coming soon to Chinese theaters. At the same time, the third and final Wolverine movie "Logan" is getting a simultaneous release in China and the US.
Children's Theatre to Adapt a Novel for Stage Drama
The China National Theatre for Children is planning a stage adaptation of the novel; "A goat will never eat the grass in Heaven".
Lang Lang to release a popular piano album through UMG
Globally celebrated piano virtuoso, Lang Lang, has recently signed a new long-term recording agreement with Universal Music Group.
Key jewellery shows to open next week in Hong Kong
Two key jewellery shows will open in Hong Kong next week, forming the largest jewellery marketplace in the world.
Michael Fassbender now in Beijing Promoting Assassin's Creed
Hollywood star Michael Fassbender is now in Beijing, promoting his new fantasy film Assassin's Creed, a franchise centered on an action-adventure video-game series.
Hungary's 'On Body and Soul' receives top honor at Berlin International Film Festival
This year's Berlin International Film Festival has lowered its curtains, and the Hungarian film has received the top Golden Bear for Best Film award.
Anhui protects traditional operas
Authorities in east China's Anhui Province are making efforts to protect traditional operas that see decreasing audience and dwindling influence.
2,000-year-old classic becomes bestseller in China
A leading Chinese publishing house released its annual sales figures this week and one of its top bestsellers turns out to have been the legendary thinker's Analects, a classic text composed over 2,000 years ago.
Shanghai International Film Festival set to open in June
The dates have been set for this year's Shanghai International Film Festival, which will take place between June 17th and 26th. To meet the demands of movie lovers, the duration of this year's event has been extended to ten days from the previous nine.
Pop diva Coco Lee readies "18" world tour
The singer officially announced her upcoming "18" world tour in Shanghai on Tuesday, February 14, 2017.
Mandopop singer Jay Chou to have second child
Chinese singer Jay Chou and his model wife Hannah Quinlivan are expecting their second child. The 38-year-old pop star posted a photo of himself and his wife, on a yacht, to his official Facebook account.
Chinese filmmakers sweep inaugural Asian awards at Berlin International Film Festival
Three Chinese filmmakers have been given the first-ever Asian Brilliant Stars (ABS) awards at the ongoing film event in Germany.
Adele sweeps 59th Grammy Awards to be big winner
The 59th Grammy Awards ceremony was held in downtown Los Angeles Staples Center on Sunday, with British songstress Adele dominating the award. Adele swept the top prizes of song and record of the year for her soaring ballad "Hello" and album of the year for her third album "25."
More Chinese musicians appear at the Grammy Awards
The 59th annual Grammy Awards took place on Monday morning Beijing time in Los Angeles, California. Chinese musician Wu Tong, along with his band Silk Road Ensemble, snagged the Best World Music award with their album "Sing Me Home."
'La La Land' wins five BAFTAS, including Best Film
This year's British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA), or the UK's equivalent of the Oscars, were unveiled on Sunday night in London. Mega hit "La La Land" grabbed several of the top honors of the night.
Chinese designer at NY Fashion Week
This year's New York Fashion Week is now underway. Among 16 Chinese designers at the show, Taoray Wang has gained an international reputation among powerful, professional and modern women, even including a daughter of the US President Donald Trump.
China's top comedian's new film due for release on Valentine's Day
Yue Yunpeng, one of China's top comedians, has been talking ahead of the release of his latest movie, due to hit theatres on Valentine's Day on Tuesday.
China to jump supercomputer barrier
China has started to build a new-generation supercomputer that is expected to be 10 times faster than the current world champion.
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.
UAE plans to build city on Mars
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has announced that it plans to build a city on Mars by 2117.
India launches 104 satellites in single space mission
India on Wednesday launched a record 104 satellites in a single space mission from the spaceport of Sriharikota in the southern state of Andhra Pradesh.
China plans to launch 1st cargo spacecraft as early as mid-April
China plans to launch its first cargo spacecraft via a Long March-7 Y2 carrier rocket in April, sources said Monday.
Aspirin, more than painkiller, can help prevent cancer: study
Aspirin has been used as a medication to treat pain, fever and inflammation, but a new study shows that daily doses of aspirin could also help ward off cancer.
China to introduce review commission on cyber security
A commission will be established to deliberate important policies on cyber security and organize reviews, according to a document released by the Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) on Tuesday.
Re-printable "Magic paper" by US and China researchers
Researchers from Shandong University in east China and the University of California, Riverside in the US have created paper which can stand to be re-printed on scores of times, reported the Daily Mail in the UK.
Ancient sea creatures found in China may have link to humans
Researchers have discovered traces of what may be the earliest known prehistoric ancestor of human beings, calling into question decades of research into human evolution.
China unveils top names for Mars spacecraft
China has released a short list of eight names for the country's first Mars spacecraft, which is scheduled to launch by 2020.
Chinese scientist eyes 300 kg/mu yield of sea-rice in 3 years
Yuan Longping, renowned Chinese developer of hybrid rice, said recently during an academic forum in south China's Sanya that his team plans to increase the yield of salt-resistant hybrid rice to 300 kilograms per mu (667 square meters) in three years.
China's hi-res SAR imaging satellite put into use
China's first high-resolution Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) satellite has passed all its in-orbit tests and is now operational, according to the State Administration of Science, Technology and Industry for National Defense on Monday.
China to build world's brightest light source facility
China plans to build a next-generation synchrotron radiation facility in Beijing, according to a researcher from Chinese Academy of Sciences, one of the country's top research institutes.
China to build manned submersible capable of reaching all seabeds
China has begun to develop a manned submersible capable of taking a crew to all of the earth's seafloors, the China Shipbuilding Industry Corporation (CSIC) said.
Chinese surgeons use 3D printer in pediatric heart surgery
Chinese surgeons in a central China hospital have succeeded in performing two complex pediatric heart surgeries using 3D printing technology.
Scientist interprets Catalog of marine creatures collected in the Qing Palace
A popular scientist who studies insects and animals has recently published a new book, providing a detailed analysis on an ancient catalog of marine creatures.
E-sports major offered by Chinese university
The burgeoning e-sports sector is set to become a research area, as Communication University of China will allow students to major in e-sports studies starting from this year, reported Chinanews.com.
World's first quantum satellite finishes in-orbit test
The world's first Quantum communications satellite, Quantum Experiments at Space Scale(QUESS), independently designed and launched by China in August last year, has finished its four-month in-orbit test and was put into service on January 18th, reports ce.cn.
Blue Monday, or is it?
Mondays. Many of us loathe them and many of us get the Monday blues. Today those blues are recognised with Blue Monday - the most depressing day of the year, apparently.
China develops world's brightest EUV free electron laser
Chinese scientists announced they have built a facility that can generate the world's brightest extreme ultraviolet (EUV) free electron laser.
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