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A combination of government policies and national development is lifting business spirits in Guangdong amid the finacial crisis.
The death of Deng Senshan at the hands of
"addiction counselors" has put China's Web addiction camps in the spotlight.
China.org.cn brings you a series of videos that highlight some of the most memorable moments at the 13 military parades on National Day.
An American in Beijing discovers hamburgers with a different spin on her quest for the classic American dish.
The forum focuses on strategic and high-tech development of the ocean and ocean energy exploitation.
An American in Beijing continues her burger search at a sports bar and grill.
Established three years ago, Beijing Happy Roller Skating is a voluntary club with about 300 members, mostly retired.
An American in Beijing makes a second stop on her quest for a good American hamburger.
The creation of a Chinese Green Card in 2004 was a milestone in the country's immigration law.
The 2008 Games was a tremendous celebration and fantastic experience which ultimately promoted the Olympic movement.
Ever since I can remember, I have dreamed of traveling to China. Finally, at 21 years old, my wildest dreams were coming true.
"Where the Spirit Lives" – a month-long exhibition opened in the Beijing 798 art district on July 24.
The campaign United for UNICEF has developed into an active partnership between UNICEF and world of football.
The lives and struggles of two Americans in Modern China.
Ma Zhiqiang is trying to remind people of a centuries-old heritage before it fades into kitschy oblivion.
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