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IT IS almost impossible to stop a woman from shopping, especially when she is in a country where things are dirt-cheap. So it was it was no surprise when our tour guide in Xiamen, Zhuang Yei Hui, told me that we were behind schedule because of too much shopping.
Thinking of visiting China but having second thoughts because of the food? Fret no more, because the Fujian China Travel Service has launched a Muslim-themed package that will, among other things, give you an insight into its Islamic heritage, writes IZATUN SHARI.
THE PLANET#8217;S wild creatures face a new threat #8211; from yuppies, empty nesters, singletons and one-parent families.
THE male panda Gaogao left south-east China#8217;s Sichuan province for the San Diego Zoo on Tuesday to mate with Baiyun, a female panda who has lived in the US for six years. The couple is expected to live together for about six years.