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Pupils work on a math exercise at Shahe Primary School, in a village near the county seat of Tengchong, a remote region in China's Yunnan province.
College of Communication freshman and Beijing resident Jiaying Li says cost will determine if she flies directly to China in the future.
A Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman on Monday said the ouster and arrest of North Korean eminence grise Jang Song-taek is "an internal affair."
BEIJING: British Prime Minister David Cameron received an unusual request from the Chinese Netizens to help speed up the release of the new season of Sherlock , a popular British television series.
China's new ambassador to New Zealand, Wang Lutong, and Dunedin Mayor Dave Cull are planning celebrations for next year's 20th anniversary of the sister-city relationship between Shanghai and Dunedin.
China expressed regret on Monday over South Korea's expansion of its air defense zone, which partially overlaps a similar zone declared by Beijing.
Captain Joseph Ferris III. Christopher P. White, and Marshall Mayer brief the Young Pioneer Disaster Response Team while en route to Cebu City by ferry.
There remains much debate over whether China's economy can rebalance and how much economic growth targets will be cut.
Free-trade zone has a nice ring to it, but ambitions can only take off when residents are free from cares over bad air, suspect food and web curbs George Chen is currently the financial services editor at the South China Morning Post.
China on Sunday announced a ban on the serving of shark fin and bird's nest soup at official banquets, as part of a sweeping government crackdown on corruption and excessive spending.
Canada kicked off its winter travel campaign in a ski resort in Beijing over the weekend, joining a host of western countries scrambling for travelers in the world's largest outbound tourism market.
Mr Foss will be hosted by Minister of the State General Administration for Press, Publication, Radio and Television, Mr Cai Fuchao to discuss the television co-production agreement under negotiation.
Ever wonder where the ultra-rich live? A list of world's most expensive streets has been revealed by Billionaire, a sister company of ultra high net worth intelligence firm Wealth-X.
The air quality index in the capital was as high as 356 at 9pm, ending a week-long streak of blue-sky days.
China's President Ji Xinping faces off across a crowded room with a visiting U.S. Vice-President Joe Biden earlier this week.