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Bright prospects

Yao Yulin shows an oil lamp dating back to the Western Han Dynasty (206 BC–AD 24)in his apartment stacked with ancient lamps and candleholders of different dynasties and from different countries. Photos by Huang Zhiling / China Daily A lamp collector hopes his museum will...

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In memory of unnamed war heroes

By Dong Fangyu Repatriation of the remains of Korean War soldiers will bring attention to the veterans, report Dong Fangyu in Beijing and Liu Ce in Shenyang. Sixty years after an armistice agreement was signed, the remains of more than 400 Chinese soldiers killed in...

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Minors in crime

Minors in crime Middle school students listen to a report from a teenage inmate as part of a school’s campaign to prevent juvenile delinquency in Xinjian county, Jiangxi Province, August 31, 2004. Photo: CFP Earlier this month, the public was left in a state of...

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Turtle power propels Qinzhou

An advertisement with the tagline “Raising turtles can make you a fortune” changed an orange farmer’s life. “My life has an unbreakable bond with turtles,” 56-year-old Chen Xingqian says. He saw the small poster in Nanning railway station in 1981, when he was on a...

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The new rich of China

Chen Guangbiao. Photo: CFP Surely people in both China and the United States now know the name of Chen Guangbiao, the 45-year-old multimillionaire/entrepreneur/philanthropist/self-promoter back to China a week ago after his much-hyped trip to the US. The first week of 2014, “Hurricane Chen” swept across...

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China slams Abe’s Davos implication

By Zhang Yiwei China Thursday refuted Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s recent appeal for more transparency in China’s military budget, stating that it is Japan that should increase transparency and explain its own military buildup. “China’s defense policy is transparent and has been published in...

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Microblogging across Straits

By Liang Chen Chiu Yi speaks at a Hubei businesspeople assembly in Beijing, on December 2, 2012. Photo: CFP At 10,000 yuan per hour, Kuomintang member and former Taiwanese legislator Chiu Yi could be one of the most in-demand speakers on the Chinese mainland. After...

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No human-to-human spread of H7N9 after doctor’s death

By Jiang Yabin There is no evidence of human-to-human spread of the resurgent H7N9 bird flu virus after a doctor in Shanghai was confirmed to have died from the infection, Chinese health authorities said Tuesday. Shanghai’s health commission confirmed Monday that two men died Saturday...

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No smoke without fireworks

By Zhang Yiqian Primary school students in Hanshan county, Anhui Province, get ready to sign on a giant firecracker on January 13, pledging not to set off any fireworks in order to have a more environmentally friendly Spring Festival. Photo: CFP For Spring Festival this...

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No woman’s land

By Xuyang Jingjing No woman’s land. Photo: CFP An old Chinese saying goes, “A married daughter is like spilt water,” an indication that the traditional preference for sons is still prevalent in China. Despite gender equality being a State policy, this discrimination against women is...

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