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Dot.coms Enjoy World Cup
While many Chinese soccer fans were disappointed with the national team's performance at the World Cup - not to mention the early exists of favorites Argentina, Italy and France - Internet companies on the mainland are pulling in big profits from the event.
China to Install Electric "Bodyguard" for Leshan Buddha
A high-tech monitoring system will be installed to guard the world's tallest statue of Buddha in Leshan, a city in southwest China's Sichuan Province.
China Sets Up First Association for Police Dogs
China launched its first association for police dogs in Beijing Thursday.
Chinese Parents Urged to Educate Sex to Children
Experts are urging parents to give truthful answers to their children's questions on sex, saying fudging the issue can be harmful to the child's development.
Website Offers Bilingual Legal Services
A Chinese-English website providing legal services to foreign travelers and investors in China is now available at www.zhicheng.com.
Red-eye Flight Ban Threatens Travel Agency
China's aviation watchdog's plan to ban all red-eye flights and tightly control chartered flight is likely to cause around 20 percent price increase on domestic tours, eastday.com reported today.
Education JVs Come Under Scrutiny
In a bid to streamline the city's flourishing Sino-foreign education ventures, the Shanghai Education Commission has begun scrutinizing these institutes, to ensure that they meet the required standards.
Chinese Scientists Win HUGO Prize for Genetic Research
A scientific research paper on human genes, jointly written by six Chinese scientists has won the Poster Prize from last month's International Human Genome Meeting held recently in Shanghai.
Thriving Private Inn on Ancient Trade Route
The Dainzin Inn in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region has become increasingly popular among domestic and overseas visitors in recent years. People are attracted to the inn mainly because it is on an ancient trade route. Guests at the inn can see Mount Qomolangma (Everest), Zhaxi Lhunbo Lamasery and Zongshan Castle.
Shanghai to Stage Cosmo Show
Cosmo Show, well-known in international cities such as London, Paris and Istanbul, will be staged in Shanghai Exhibition Center during September 6-9.

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