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The exhibition "Early China: the Formative Period of Chinese Civilization" will run from September 26 to October 30 at the Capital Museum in Beijing.
An Dun, the author of book series The Chinese Dream, has spent decades interviewing ordinary Chinese people and telling their stories to the world.
China cannot afford to give protectionists an easy ride. The US must learn the importance of mutual respect.
Economic milestones of the past 60 years that shed light on China's economic miracle.
China's top political advisory body celebrates the 60th anniversary of its founding this year.
Ten of the most influential characters in China's sports history.
The last six decades have seen major developments in China's foreign policy and relations with other countries.
Creations of visual humor by the British photographer is now on display in Beijing's 798 Art Zone.
Since its foundation in 1949, China has made unceasing efforts to develop science and technology.
The meeting, from Sept. 10-12 in Dalian, gathers over 1,300 industry, government and thought leaders to debate and define the course needed to relaunch growth.
An online photo exhibition of the "Beijing in the Eyes of Foreigners" contest, held by Beijing People's Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries.
Business guru and self-styled futurist John Naisbitt says China is building a brand new social order that is more effective than Western capitalism.
Zhongshan is making itself an industrial heartland in southern China and is managing to stay strong against the backdrop of the financial crisis.
A combination of government policies and national development is lifting business spirits in Guangdong amid the finacial crisis.
This week, China.org.cn presents photos from the decade 1999-2009
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