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The attractive tourist destination Lijiang City is increasing enforcement of a mandatory maintenance fee often evaded by tourists.
An article in a Japanese newspaper sheds light on how Japanese Emperor and Empress view the relationship between Japanese and Chinese cultures.
Openness silences rumors. Chengdu city gov't has proved this adage again by holding 5 press conferences in 3 days.
A photo exhibition reveals the world as seen through the eyes of the visually impaired.
"Ameise, Ameise" (German for "Ant, Ant"), runs from June 5 to July 4 at Pifo New Art Gallery in the 798 Art District.
A cohort of British headteachers travelled to China in a quest to promote to children a bilateral awareness of the two cultures.
Do you believe in magic? After seeing FISM world champion Rick Merrill turning a yellow pencil into a red one in the twinkling of an eye, you will.
840,000 candidates have abandoned the idea of sitting the college entrance exam, considered by most Chinese as the best route to change life. Why?
Shennongjia Nature Reserve is facing a dilemma between conservation and development.
19-year-old Steven Cheung is striving to get more votes to become the first British Chinese to win a seat in European Parliament.
Among the world's 100 worst invasive alien species, 50 can be found in China.
The distance from Myanmar to the Chinese border village in Yunnan is not far, but it took nine former Chinese soldiers 67 years to make the journey.
Increase of vehicles is weakening effects of the restriction policy. The local gov't is urged to take more effective measures to ease the congestion.
After six years in standstill, a reform concerning government administration in Shenzhen has been revived and is expected to bring big changes.
Large numbers of valuable stalactites are being illicitly appropriated and sold in markets in southwest China's Chongqing.
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