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It's impossible to find a copy in Chinese of "The Good Boatman," a rare account of Mahatma Gandhi. But that is soon to change.
Beijing scrambles to find alternative uses for the Olympic Venues before Olympic novelty wears off.
In China, there is a type of movie whose tickets are bought up by the authorities on behalf of their staff.
Jinling Buddhism Publishing House is the only surviving publisher of woodblock-printed Buddhist scriptures in Chinese.
In Chengdu, a teashop is a social gathering place. People from all backgrounds meet and blend together.
Huang Wei just felt like walking. He walked away from Beijing, across the country, and on to Tibet.
Chinese people's attitudes to recycling used batteries need to change.
Around 100 of the world's top think tanks are expected to attend a Global Think Tank Summit in Beijing on July 3-4.
On June 18, French film icon Isabelle Huppert talked to Chinese movie fans in Beijing.
June is a busy time at Hongjian Lake in Shaanxi Province. Tourists come to admire the stunning lake surrounded by desert.
June 17 saw the official launch of Day by Day, a song by Scottish singer and harpist Katie Targett Adams on behalf of the Sichuan earthquake victims.
Shen shares a popular dream of owning a quadrangle home in Beijing. Her dream has come true but has cost her over US$878,000.
After 24 years and 10 drafts, mental health legislation is another step closer to becoming law.
Beijing's underground racing scene has largely managed to stay under the radar.
Chinese military fans cannot wait to offer their ideas about aircraft carrier design.
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