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Customs Fights Drug Smuggling Cases
Customs authorities nationwide have uncovered 59 cases of drug smuggling involving a record 849 kilograms of narcotics, netting 99 suspects by June 16 this year, official sources said.
China's Palace Museum Inaugurates Underground Warehouse
The Palace Museum in the Chinese capital of Beijing has moved about 600,000 artifacts into a vast underground warehouse over the past three years, according to sources with the museum Monday.
Root Carving Expo to Be Held in Northeast China
China's largest root carving art exhibition will be held from July 2 to 12 in Jilin city of northeast China's Jilin Province, sources with the China International Exhibition Agency said in Beijing Monday.
Stock Market Rockets on News of End to State Sell-off
Shares on the Shanghai share market shot up Monday as investors reacted with glee to news the government is to abandon a planned massive sell-off of its shares in domestically-listed companies.
Accident Losses Reach 100 Billion a Year in China
In recent years, the total accidents happened in China annually has resulted in direct losses of some 100 billion yuan (US$12 billion) a year in addition to some 100 billion yuan in indirect loss, according to the result of a research on the relationship between safe production and economic development which was conducted by State Economic and Trade Commission and other units.
Activities in Full Swing to Mark HKSAR's 5th Anniversary
A series of business and cultural activities has been organized by the Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office (Canada) to mark the 5th anniversary of the establishment of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR), according to a government press release Friday.
Tibetans Enjoy Full Freedom of Press
"Tibetans enjoy full freedom of press," Losang Puncog, a senior official in charge of press and publication in Tibet told a visiting Belgian delegation in Lhasa Friday.
China Urges to Tighten Coal-mine Supervision
China's State Administration for Production Safety issued an urgent notice Friday urging local bureaus for coal-mine production safety to tighten their supervision of coal mines.
China Red Cross Appeals for International Help
The China Red Cross Society is appealing for help from the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, to give aid to the areas affected by recent disastrous floods.
11th Panchen Lama Presides over Buddhist Ceremony
The 11th Panchen Lama presided over an inauguration ceremony for the new image of Sakyamuni, the founder of Buddhism, at the Zhaxi Lhunbo Lamasery Thursday.

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