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Dongfeng Race Team Sailors to Lead Jeanneau China Sailing Tour
Sports2015/09/03 18:55:43September 04 2015 09:27:46

Dongfeng Race Team Sailors to Lead Jeanneau China Sailing Tour

Four Chinese sailors from the Dongfeng Race Team will split into two teams and work with amateurs in off-shore challenges and in-port rallies in the Jeanneau China Sailing Tour.

Chinese-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra Held at NCPA in Beijing
Showbiz2015/09/03 17:27:45September 04 2015 09:27:46

Chinese-Russian Youth Symphony Orchestra Held at NCPA in Beijing

A joint performance by the Chinese and Russian youth symphony orchestra has been held at the National Center for Performing Art in Beijing.

Japan frees US dolphin trainer after Taiji arrest
World2015/09/03 17:25:12September 04 2015 09:27:46

Japan frees US dolphin trainer after Taiji arrest

Japanese police have released American animal rights activist Ric O’Barry, who trained dolphins for the TV show “Flipper,” after he was arrested near the infamous whaling town of Taiji.

China to cut troops by 300,000: Xi
China2015/09/03 17:10:28September 04 2015 09:27:46

China to cut troops by 300,000: Xi

China will cut the number of its troops by 300,000. It will be the country's fourth cut of troops since the reform and opening-up in the 1980s.

'Summer Davos' set to discuss economic goals
Business2015/09/03 17:08:28September 04 2015 09:27:46

'Summer Davos' set to discuss economic goals

China's economic development agenda is expected to attract global attention again next week when the World Economic Forum holds its summer meeting.

Female Guards of Honor Debut in V-Day Parade
China2015/09/03 12:08:04September 04 2015 09:27:46

Female Guards of Honor Debut in V-Day Parade

Fifty-one female guards of honor of the People's Liberation Army (PLA) made their debut in a military parade marking the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II on Thursday morning.

Indonesia Delays Decision on China-Japan Bid for Its First Bullet Train
Business2015/09/03 12:05:50September 04 2015 09:27:46

Indonesia Delays Decision on China-Japan Bid for Its First Bullet Train

Indonesia's government has decided to put off announcing whether a Chinese or Japanese firm will be getting a highly-sought after high-speed rail contract for a few days.

Beijing's V-Day Parade Becomes Hot Topic on Global Social Media
China2015/09/03 12:03:43September 04 2015 09:27:46

Beijing's V-Day Parade Becomes Hot Topic on Global Social Media

The V-Day parade in Beijing marking the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII has become the focus of global attention. Here, we bring together comments by global social network users who are following the event.

Tony Abbott Criticized for Saying Islamic State Worse than Nazis
World2015/09/03 12:01:37September 04 2015 09:27:46

Tony Abbott Criticized for Saying Islamic State Worse than Nazis

Prime Minister Tony Abbott has come under fire from Australian Jewish groups on Thursday after labeling Islamic State (IS) as worse than the Nazis.

China's Zheng Saisai Advances in Women's Doubles at US Open
Sports2015/09/03 11:48:25September 04 2015 09:27:46

China's Zheng Saisai Advances in Women's Doubles at US Open

Rising Chinese star Zheng Saisai and her playing partner Vania King from the United States have made it into the second round of US Open.

Trailer of Eddie Redmayne's Trans Biopic 'The Danish Girl' Released
Showbiz2015/09/02 18:21:43September 04 2015 09:27:46

Trailer of Eddie Redmayne's Trans Biopic 'The Danish Girl' Released

The first trailer for Eddie Redmayne's transgender drama "The Danish Girl" has been released online.

Life goes on in tribute to China’s martyrs’ sacrifices during war
China2015/09/02 18:20:19September 04 2015 09:27:46

Life goes on in tribute to China’s martyrs’ sacrifices during war

Most mornings, Zhang Dingguo, 63, shadowboxes in a small square in the Martyrs Cemetery in Ya’an, a city in southwest China’s Sichuan Province.

Cambridge University displays ancient Chinese banknote made from mulberry bark
World2015/09/02 18:18:01September 04 2015 09:27:46

Cambridge University displays ancient Chinese banknote made from mulberry bark

A batch of cultural relics including a Ming Dynasty (1368–1644) banknote issued in 1380 is on display in the Cambridge University library.

Tokyo ditches Olympic logo amid new plagiarism allegation
Sports2015/09/02 18:16:57September 04 2015 09:27:46

Tokyo ditches Olympic logo amid new plagiarism allegation

Olympic organizers scrap the logo for the 2020 Games after charges that its Japanese designer might have used copied the design.

$16b added by 50 brokerages to support shaky market
Business2015/09/02 18:16:14September 04 2015 09:27:46

$16b added by 50 brokerages to support shaky market

Fifty brokerages have vowed to pledge a total of $15.7 billion to backup stock purchases, as regulators move to further prop up the market.

Obama to Tape Episode of 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' during Alaska Visit
Showbiz2015/09/02 09:40:26September 04 2015 09:27:46

Obama to Tape Episode of 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' during Alaska Visit

Just when you think American politics cannot get any weirder, the White House announced that Barack Obama will trek through the Alaskan wilderness with Bear Grylls for an upcoming episode of Running Wild with Bear Grylls.

U.S. Defense Chief Suggests Departure from Obama's Resolve to Close Guantanamo Bay
World2015/09/02 09:30:43September 04 2015 09:27:46

U.S. Defense Chief Suggests Departure from Obama's Resolve to Close Guantanamo Bay

U.S. defense chief Ash Carter on Tuesday suggested a departure from the White House's determination to close the detention center at Guantanamo Bay, calling the push by the White House "tricky".

China's Manufacturing Contracts, Inspiring Pro-growth Policies
Business2015/09/02 09:27:53September 04 2015 09:27:46

China's Manufacturing Contracts, Inspiring Pro-growth Policies

Manufacturing PMI, the official gauge of factory activity in China, slipped into contraction territory for the third time this year in August.

PLA to Showcase Top Weapons for The First Time in Parade
China2015/09/02 09:26:15September 04 2015 09:27:46

PLA to Showcase Top Weapons for The First Time in Parade

Military fans in China and around the world should set their alarm clocks to ring before 10 am on Thursday Beijing time as they will be presented with a rare display of the People's Liberation Army's top weapons, observers suggested.

Japan Criticized for Protest over UN Chief's Visit to Beijing
World2015/09/02 09:24:27September 04 2015 09:27:46

Japan Criticized for Protest over UN Chief's Visit to Beijing

Beijing said on Tuesday that Japan's latest complaints over United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's upcoming visit to China for V-Day commemorations are "completely making trouble out of nothing" as the UN chief said it is very important for the world community to learn from the past and move forward.

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