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First Anime-Themed Airliner Makes Maiden Flight in China

China's biggest low-cost carrier, Spring Airlines, teamed up with Shengda Games to launche an anime-themed flight from Shanghai to Osaka, Japan, on July 18, 2014.

The 12th International Linguistics Olympiad

Over 160 people from around the world are gathered at Beijing Language and Culture University this week for the International Linguistics Olympiad.

China Braces for Typhoon Matmo

Over 300-thousand people in eastern China have been evacuated now that tropical storm Matmo has made landfall on the mainland.

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SOHO China Responds to Harvard Endowment
Business2014/07/24 13:01:12July 24 2014 18:39:29

SOHO China Responds to Harvard Endowment

Recently, Pan Shiyi, the board director of Chinese real estate company SOHO China, has been working a 15-million-U.S.-dollar gift agreement with Harvard University.

Beijing Hospitals Issued Riot, Anti-Personnel Gear for Security
China2014/07/24 12:59:25July 24 2014 18:39:29

Beijing Hospitals Issued Riot, Anti-Personnel Gear for Security

In an effort to better the security at public health facilities, 21 hospitals in Beijing were given riot gear and anti-personnel equipment by the Beijing Municipal Administration of Hospitals on Wednesday.

Top 10 most profitable companies in China 2014
Business2014/07/24 09:37:13July 24 2014 18:39:29

Top 10 most profitable companies in China 2014

Fortune China released the list of the top 500 Chinese companies listed on domestic or overseas stock markets on July 14. It included the revenue and profit of the best 500 companies.

MH 17: First Bodies Arrive in the Netherlands
World2014/07/24 09:34:53July 24 2014 18:39:29

MH 17: First Bodies Arrive in the Netherlands

The first group of bodies from downed Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 have arrived in the Netherlands.

Zhang Yimou Sues Film Company for 15 mln RMB
Showbiz2014/07/24 09:33:18July 24 2014 18:39:29

Zhang Yimou Sues Film Company for 15 mln RMB

Renowned Chinese director Zhang Yimou has filed a lawsuit against Hong Kong-based New Pictures Film Company, claiming he is owed 15 million yuan, or some 2.4 million U.S. dollars.

China Braces for Typhoon Matmo
China2014/07/24 09:31:33July 24 2014 18:39:29

China Braces for Typhoon Matmo

Over 300-thousand people in eastern China have been evacuated now that tropical storm Matmo has made landfall on the mainland.

Five Detained over Expired Meat Scandal
Business2014/07/23 22:20:52July 24 2014 18:39:29

Five Detained over Expired Meat Scandal

Shanghai police have detained five people in a probe into a company that allegedly supplied expired meat to fast food chains including McDonald's and KFC.

Chinese President Visits Cuban Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro
World2014/07/23 22:19:38July 24 2014 18:39:29

Chinese President Visits Cuban Revolutionary Leader Fidel Castro

Chinese President Xi Jinping visited Cuban revolutionary leader Fidel Castro here Tuesday and the two exchanged views on bilateral ties, the international situation and other issues of common concern.

MH17 Victim Bodies on the Way to Netherlands
World2014/07/23 22:16:54July 24 2014 18:39:29

MH17 Victim Bodies on the Way to Netherlands

The first plane carrying bodies of some of the victims of the Malaysia Airlines plane crash have left from eastern Ukraine.

14 Dead, 8 Missing, 7 Injured as Mudslide Hits Manghai Town of Yunnan
China2014/07/23 22:07:13July 24 2014 18:39:29

14 Dead, 8 Missing, 7 Injured as Mudslide Hits Manghai Town of Yunnan

Rescuers set up a temporary bamboo bridge at Manghai Town in Dai-Jingpo Autonomous Prefecture of Dehong, southwest China's Yunnan Province, July 22, 2014.

Loew to Stay on as Germany Coach
Sports2014/07/23 22:05:17July 24 2014 18:39:29

Loew to Stay on as Germany Coach

Joachim Loew said on Wednesday that he would remain as the Germany coach through the 2016 European Championship in France.

Breaking: Forced Landing Kills 51 Passengers after Violent Fall
China2014/07/23 21:31:41July 24 2014 18:39:29

Breaking: Forced Landing Kills 51 Passengers after Violent Fall

Flight GE222, which left the Kaohsiung city in southern Taiwan for Penghu, hit the ground violently and the heavy fall killed 51 and injuried another seven.

Chinese President Xi Jinping Visits Housing Project in Caracas
World2014/07/22 21:22:45July 24 2014 18:39:29

Chinese President Xi Jinping Visits Housing Project in Caracas

Chinese President Xi Jinping, accompanied by his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro, visits a housing project in Caracas, capital of Venezuela, July 21, 2014.

China Seals McDonald's, KFC Supplies After Scandal
Business2014/07/22 21:20:28July 24 2014 18:39:29

China Seals McDonald's, KFC Supplies After Scandal

Local authorities in China have rushed to seal up suspicious meat products in fast food chains, including McDonald's and KFC, after one of their suppliers was accused of selling stale meat.

Power Failure Delays 13 Bullet Trains from Shanghai to Beijing
China2014/07/22 21:18:48July 24 2014 18:39:29

Power Failure Delays 13 Bullet Trains from Shanghai to Beijing

Thirteen high-speed trains leaving Shanghai for Beijing were delayed up to one hour today due to equipment malfunction

Robert Downy Junior Highest Paid in Hollywood
Showbiz2014/07/22 21:16:20July 24 2014 18:39:29

Robert Downy Junior Highest Paid in Hollywood

MH17 Black Boxes Well Kept
World2014/07/22 20:28:19July 24 2014 18:39:29

MH17 Black Boxes Well Kept

Russia's Ambassador to Malaysia says that experts have confirmed the black boxes of Malaysia Airlines Flight MH 17 have not been tampered with.

Germany Damages World Cup Trophy
Sports2014/07/22 19:53:10July 24 2014 18:39:29

Germany Damages World Cup Trophy

The German football chief has admitted part of the World Cup trophy was damaged during a party when the German national team celebrated their fourth World Cup title in Rio earlier this month.

Chinese Team Wins Int'l Video Game Champion
China2014/07/22 13:58:40July 24 2014 18:39:29

Chinese Team Wins Int'l Video Game Champion

Team China just had a big day at the world's most lucrative online gaming contest.

China2014/07/22 11:05:01July 24 2014 18:39:29

"Wreckage" Found of Giant Rubber Duck Lost in Flood

The 'wreckage' of a giant yellow rubber duck was found washed up on a riverbed of the Nanming river in southwest China's Guizhou province on Monday.

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