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‘Monsters’ on the road

Overloaded trucks can cause flyovers to collapse and they also pose a threat to other motorists.

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Modern revival of an ancient art

Like-minded people in Guangzhou keep the spirit of Cantonese opera alive by promoting the art form.

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Balancing progress and preservation

IN the ancient Zhenjiang city, many residents enjoy watching the sun rising over the longest river in Asia, the Yangtze.IN the ancient Zhenjiang city, many residents enjoy watching the sun rising over the longest river in Asia, the Yangtze.

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A parade of strength and pride

EVERYTHING is set and China is ready to display its military strength at the 70th anniversary celebrations.

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China celebrates 70th National Day

OCTOBER is one of the most anticipated months for the Chinese as they celebrate the country’s birthday while enjoying a long seven-day golden holiday.

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A win for Mother Nature

Where once stood a city polluted by coal mining, a big green lung stands in its place.

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Road bullies pay a heavy price

NEWS of two “powerful” female road bullies in separate incidents in China have got the Internet users busy for the past two weeks.

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Not ‘the happiest place on Earth’

Visitors to Shanghai Disneyland are venting their frustration over being forced to pay for overpriced food and drinks.

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Chinese seniors are still contributing their efforts towards the betterment of society.

THE sound of reading in English filled the air of Buchencun, a small rural village at Wujiang Town in East China’s Anhui province with slightly over 1, 000 families.
It was coming from a room of a single storey building.

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Cute goddess is actually an aunty

Live-streaming is big business and sometimes fans fall for an illusion.

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The cradle of Chinese leadership

It is back to school for thousand of cadres of the national party to brush up on the country’s progress.

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A revenge 20 years in the making

MINOR punishment meted out by the teachers, such as light caning or having to stand on the chair or to hold a book above the head, was quite common when I was in school.