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Sino-French ties renewed

Waitresses stand beside the Chinese and French flags at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Monday, as they prepare to serve guests during a ceremony to mark the establishment of diplomatic ties between China and France 50 years ago. Photo: AFP China...

Link to Home-style cuisine packs a punch in warmth of family gathering

Home-style cuisine packs a punch in warmth of family gathering

Hakka people often find excuses for the lack of presentation for their food, especially compared with their seafood-rich neighbors of Chaozhou and Shantou, where more attention is paid to how dishes are prepared and presented. For an outsider like me, it is in this area...

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Final comforts

Lyn and Alan Gould embrace some of the orphans in their care. Photo: Courtesy of Lyn Gould Lyn Gould doesn’t let anyone cry until after the children have died. “When child is going to die, all you can do is to hold the child, and...

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A glimpse into the life of Bo Guagua

By Global Times – Sanlian Lifeweek Bo Guagua gives a speech after being honored as one of Top 10 Outstanding Young Chinese in the UK in 2009, when he was studying in Balliol College, Oxford. Photo: CFP After Bo Xilai, a disgraced Communist Party of...

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Rodman sings ‘Happy Birthday’ to Kim Jong-un

Dennis Rodman sings “Happy Birthday” to North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, seated in the stands, before an exhibition basketball game with US and North Korean players at an indoor stadium in Pyongyang, North Korea on Wednesday. Photo: AP Former US basketball star Dennis Rodman on...

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Killer hornets wreak havoc

Red alerts after rapid increase in number of venomous insects poses huge threat to people’s safety, He Na reports.If you ask what are the most-feared venomous animals and insects, most people would say snakes, scorpions and spiders. But if you ask that question in the villages around...

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Boatman teacher

Top: Zhang Fuyou, 60, ferries 6-year-old Liu Lihua across a reservoir to Dajiang Primary School. Above: Zhang Fuyou teaches nine students at Dajiang Primary School at Dalong town of Lipu county in the Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region. Photos by Huo Yan / China Daily Despite...

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Sept sees high number of smoggy days in north, east

  A man wears a face mask while riding a bicycle in Beijing on Sunday to protect himself from severe air pollution. [Photo/Xinhua Kang Zhiming, a senior engineer at the National Meteorological Information Center, attributed the rising number of smoggy days to a reduction in...

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China cracks down on illegal publications

  BEIJING – The Chinese government is to launch a crackdown on a wide range of publishing and journalistic misconduct such as unlicensed publications, fake reporters and re-sales of publishing rights. From mid-October, the two-month action will also target publications containing illegal content, the use...

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Austerity drive prompts catering sector transition

GUANGZHOU – The Chinese catering industry, especially high-end dining businesses, is seeking a transition to survive after seeing sharp profits drop under the government’s ongoing frugality campaign. The industry’s growth rate in the first half of 2013 dropped 3 percent from the same period last...

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