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  • [Views] Mount Huangshan lowers winter admission charge 2017-12-04
  • HEFEI -- Mount Huangshan in East Chinas Anhui province lowered its winter admission fee at the beginning of December, the management committee said Monday. The ticket price was lowered from 230 yuan (about $35) per person to 150 yuan, and d...
  • [Views] Chinese villagers dive into 'lectures on water' 2017-12-04
  • NANNING -- At least once a month they gather on decks or in the red-roofed house at the center of the water, sitting on stools to hear or study the latest theories and policies of the Communist Party of China (CPC). For the 6,000 residents...
  • [Views] Private capital tapped to help to alleviate poverty 2017-12-03
  • A farmer picks oranges on a farm in Daoxian county of Yongzhou, Hunan province. About 80 percent of the countys estimated 140,000 metric tons of orange yields this year have already been ordered online, enabling the orange business to becom...
  • [Views] Web access puts Huamao potters back on the map 2017-12-03
  • A potter in Huamao village in Zunyi, Guizhou province makes a ceramic container. Local potters increased their sales and income by promoting their products online. LUO XINGHAN/FOR CHINA DAILY A potter in a remote village in Guizhou province...
  • [Views] Fire put out in East China logistics park 2017-12-02
  • QINGDAO - A fire in a logistics park in East Chinas Shandong province was put out Saturday morning after burning for around 10 hours, according to local authorities. No casualties have been reported. The fire began at about 4:25 pm Friday i...
  • [Views] 10 killed as fire rips high-rise 2017-12-02
  • Tianjin launches new round of safety checks across the city Ten people died in a high-rise fire in Tianjin on Friday, triggering a new round of safety checks in the city. Another five people suffered slight injuries and were receiving treat...
  • [Views] Worker takes pride in upkeep 2017-11-30
  • Che Xueqiao is in charge of six public toilets in Beijings Fengtai district, making sure peoples visits are free of unpleasant smells and other discomforts. Two of the toilets were built last year, while the rest were converted from traditi...
  • [Views] Big lake, big need, big investment 2017-11-30
  • XINING - A toilet revolution has begun at Qinghai Lake, a popular tourist destination in Qinghai province. So far this year, the scenic area has received 11.9 million yuan ($1.8 million) in investment to install or upgrade toilets for touri...
  • [Views] Hunan doctor comes to aid of plane passenger 2017-11-28
  • Li Nan (right), a neurology doctor from Changsha, takes a picture with the Filipino-American passenger whom Liprovides first aid to after they land at LAX.[Photo by Cao Xuanxuan for chinadaily.com.cn] Li Nan, a neurology doctor from Changsh...
  • [Views] Tencent to buy 15% of Leju 2017-10-30
  • Tencent Holdings Ltd, Chinas largest Internet company by market capitalization, has agreed to buy a 15 percent stake in online real estate services provider Leju Holdings Ltd for $180 million, as it steps up efforts to battle Alibaba Group...
  • [Views] China shares one fifth of BMW global sales 2017-10-30
  • MUNICH - China accounted for about 20 percent of German car producer BMW Groups global sales, BMW chairman said Wednesday on the annual accounts press conference for the business year 2013. BMW expanded its production capacity in 2013 by up...
  • [Views] Refining surplus a looming problem: Sinopec 2017-10-30
  • China, the worlds largest energy user, is likely to have a serious excess in refining capacity amid booming domestic demand for oil products, a senior oil executive said on Wednesday. The fate of Chinas steel industry today will be that of...
  • [Views] Geely buys British e-car startup 2017-10-30
  • Geely Group restarts London taxi production Geely sets profitability plan for new British acquisition British electric vehicle startup Emerald Automotive has been acquired by Geely, the Chinese auto manufacturer, confirmed Li Shufu, chairma...