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Chinese seek new ways to read2019-04-23
With rapid development of technology and the Internet, new methods and ecological ideas provide more possibilities for the Chinese to read.
Households move into settlement for poverty relief relocation in China's Guizhou2019-04-12
Since January, households have, one after another, moved into a settlement for poverty relief relocation in Sansui County.
Self-driving tours increasingly popular in China2019-03-07
The Chinese made 580 million self-driving trips across domestic destinations in 2018, a year-on-year increase of 35.6 percent, according to the China Tourism Academy (CTA).
Senior Tibetan researcher highlights human rights progress in Tibet2019-03-02
The rapid social and economic development of China's Tibet Autonomous Region and the tremendous changes in the lives of residents there are attributed to the all-time supportive government policies, strong fiscal aid from the central government, and assistance from other provinces and enterprises, a senior Tibetan researcher said on Friday.
Tibet issues yellow alert for icy roads2019-03-01
Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region issued an emergency yellow alert for road icing on Thursday morning, forecasting lasting snow over the next 24 hours.
Pet plastic surgery sparks debate online2019-02-28
Double eyelid surgeries are not uncommon these days, but what if they were for pet cats?
Support for larger families fresh priority2019-02-19
More measures should be employed to encourage couples to give birth to a second child, while existing family planning policy should be further relaxed, population experts suggested amid expectations of further declines in the number of births in China.
Bookstores bouncing back amid online onslaught2019-02-18
China's brick-and-mortar bookstores have recovered from a wave of closures and are mounting a comeback.
Experts wary of shrinking population2019-02-18
With China’s population expected to begin shrinking in the next 10 years, more research should be done to prepare for the challenges caused by a rapidly aging population and a dwindling workforce, according to demographic experts.
Shanghai adopts law on household garbage sorting2019-02-01
Shanghai's municipal legislature on Thursday adopted a set of regulations on household garbage sorting and recycling, which will become effective on July 1.
Big cities host more family gatherings2019-01-28
The annual Spring Festival travel rush usually refers to the exodus of workers from cities ahead of the festival and the flood back after it's finished. However, increasing numbers of people are now opting to hold their family gatherings in big cities.
W020190128372606279380_副本.jpg People across China busy preparing for upcoming Lunar New Year2019-01-28
People across China are busy preparing for the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year, which falls on Feb. 5 this year.
China embraces a greener capital2019-01-24
Beijing has made great efforts to expand its green spaces and improve the livable environment, the municipal greening authorities said Wednesday.
70 years on, China redefines world's busiest travel season2019-01-23
Backed by the enormous network, a human migration of nearly 3 billion expected trips is gradually unfolding. Hundreds of millions of Chinese will return to their hometowns for family gatherings, to visit relatives and friends or just for a trip.
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