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Beauty pulpit for showbiz celebrities

Last month, the most popular Chinese micro blog post was written by movie star Fan Bingbing (or one of her ghostwriters) in which she said that she would draw three lucky winners from among the netizens forwarding her post. These three lucky fans would be...

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China to the rescue

WHEN the president of China, Xi Jinping, comes to Paris in late March he will formally endorse a new deal that was agreed on February 18th under which China’s Dongfeng becomes an equal shareholder in PSA Peugeot Citroën, the leading carmaker in France, alongside the...

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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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Cultural barriers

By Liang Chen Wang Cho-chung, editor-in-chief of Taiwan newspaper Want Daily, could barely contain his anger when he pointed out there may be forces in Taiwan obstructing free media exchanges across the Taiwan Straits. Recently, bilateral cooperation between Want Daily and San Jin Metropolitan Daily,...

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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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Overqualified for love

By Zhang Yiqian A couple kisses under red lanterns on February 14 in Shenyang, Liaoning Province. Photo: CFP When Xie Yu realized that her date had brought her soup cooked with baby placenta, she broke off the relationship right away. She had just turned 24...

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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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Too young to be criminal

By He Na in Beijing and Zhang Chunyan in London ( China Daily ) Toddler beating case exposes legal dilemma in preventing juvenile crimes, report He Na in Beijing and Zhang Chunyan in London  A brutal and apparently motiveless attack that left a baby boy...

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Portrait of a painter

Liu Yang. Photo: Courtesy of Liu Yang Weathered, thin and small of stature with a dark face and hair reaching down to his neck, physically speaking there is nothing that sets Liu Yang apart from other veteran artisans. However, his gift at painting portraits of...

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‘Rare progress’ in cross-Straits ties

By Wu Wei in Nanjing and Zhang Yiwei in Beijing Wang Yu-chi, head of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, bows during his visit to the Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province on Wednesday. Photo: IC Wang Yu-chi, chief of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), Wednesday...

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