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The youngest dinosaur tracker

A five-year-old is the youngest Chinese to discover traces of prehistoric life in the country.

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Pushed beyond their limit

China risks losing some medals in the Tokyo Olympics with the use of a one-size-fits-all physical test in the selection of athletes.

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Time for celebrations

It is a week-long holiday for the Chinese for the mid-autumn festival and national day celebration but with Covid-19 still a threat, many are still cautious.

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Toughest job in the world

With a demanding and unhealthy work culture, and now extra pressure from the school, some parents are finding it hard to cope.

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Dignity works for some, not others

Thousands resigned after inhumane treatment by seniors at a factory but the company has no problem hiring new ones.

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Going through the drills for marriage

FOR many young women in China, getting hitched is a must and this is especially so when their parents keep on pestering and nagging them until they get married.

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Every right to refuse to toe the line

‘Drinking culture’ in the finance world comes under the spotlight after rookie’s frustrations on being bullied at a social gathering goes viral on social media.

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Outcry over death of elderly woman

THE tragic death of an elderly woman caused by a dog running loose sparked heated debate on China’s social media platforms for several days last week.

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Saying ‘no’ to too much food

WHEN you get invited to business meals in China, it is normal to be served more than 20 dishes for a table of 10 people.

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Belated justice for an innocent man

CLAD in a black and white striped shirt and black pants, Zhang Yuhuan set foot in Zhangjiacun again after 27 years.

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When love turns into hate and murder

Two men killed their own wife and filed a missing persons report only to find themselves ending up as the main suspect.

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A second chance for ‘big sisters’

YOUNG and pretty faces – these are generally seen as the basic requirement for female artistes, especially in China.

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