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When singer Lu Han made an announcement recently, it demonstrated the immense – and sometimes devastating – power of Chinese celebrities.
President Xi Jinping pledges to continue the crackdown on corruption, eradicate poverty and open up more to the outside world.
The premier’s continuing initiative for conservation and recycling will require a massive public education programme.
THE weather in Beijing is getting colder and colder each day, officially announcing the beginning of winter.
In their golden years, couples who have written to each other will have a treasure trove of memories.
NINETEEN lives were lost in an evening fire at a cheap and cramped apartment building on the outskirts of Beijing.
THIS is a story about the honesty and integrity of an angel.
Before they celebrate, they remember Chinese grieve past and recent deaths before they are ready to usher in Christmas.
CHRISTMAS is around the corner. Just like in Malaysia, this festival to commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ is widely celebrated in China.
DURING the Eastern Jin dynasty (317–420), famous Chinese poet Tao Yuanming, also known as Tao Qian, wrote a piece of short prose about a fairyland hidden from the outside world, where the people led a happy and peaceful life.
Celebrity gossip comes fast and furious in China.