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Cross-border sex trade

Vietnamese women wait for customers on Vietnam Street in Hekou Yao Autonomous County, Yunnan Province. Photo: IC As the biggest trade partner of Vietnam, China has expanded business relations with the Southeastern Asian country by opening up its border towns. Every morning in Hekou, Southwest...

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China’s 2.38-meter man dwarfs crowd in Suzhou

Zhang Huan, 2.38-meter-tall, attends a promotional event at an expo center in Suzhou, Jiangsu province, on Feb 21. Zhang, from Zaozhuang city of East China’s Shandong province, is taller than Bao Xishun, a 2.36-meter-high herdsman from North China’s Inner Mongolia autonomous region who has been...

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Postgraduate poisoner sentenced to death

By Jiang Yabin in Shanghai and Chang Meng in Beijing Lin Senhao (center), a medical student who murdered his roommate, stands trial in a courtroom of Shanghai No.2 Intermediate People’s Court on Tuesday. Photo: AFP/Shanghai No.2 Intermediate People’s Court A postgraduate student who poisoned his...

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Firework revelry aggravates Beijing smog

BEIJING – Heavy smog persisted in Beijing on Saturday after a final round of holiday fireworks revelry brought the air quality index (AQI) to 500, reaching Level 6, or severely polluted, on Friday evening. The Lantern Festival, which marks the end to China’s half-month-long lunar...

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Things in Asia are not going America’s way

By Banyang of the Economist JOHN KERRY, America’s secretary of state, set off this week on a tour that takes him to China, South Korea, Indonesia and Abu Dhabi. Rightly sensitive to the charge that Barack Obama’s administration is neglectful of Asia, officials are keen...

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Chinese police ban naked swimming in Sanya of Hainan

Chinese police ban naked swimming in Sanya of Hainan during the Spring Festival.

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Bitter medicine

Gao Jiangyun holds her 3-year-old son Gao Chenxiang, who was paralyzed after receiving a hepatitis B vaccine in Lüliang, Shanxi Province. Photo: CFP Every year, 1 billion vaccines are administered in China. With the official fault rate at 1 to 2 per million inoculations, that...

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Xi visits soldiers on frozen northern border

By An Baijie of China Daily President Xi Jinping visited soldiers at a border frontier base in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Sunday, expressing his gratitude for their service to the nation. Soldiers in the region deserve the respect and gratitude of both the...

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Fifty years of great relations

China, France mark anniversary Editor’s Note: January 27 marks the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the Sino-French diplomatic relations. China has changed dramatically over the past half century, especially with the dazzling rise of its economy to reach 56.9 trillion yuan ($9.3 trillion) in...

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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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