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Girls in Rabbit Costume Stage Promotional Flash Mob

Girls dressed as rabbits stage a flash mob on Saturday, April 19, 2014 on a street in Beijing to promote a shop.

South Korean actor Kim Soo-Hyun from the popular TV show "My Love from the Star" makes a surprise appearance to greet visitors and fans during the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition in Beijing at around 2pm on Sunday, April 20, 2014.

2014 Beijing Marathon Kicks off Sunday Morning

20,000 runners from 27 countries took off from Tian'anmen square in central Beijing for the annual Amway Nutrilite Long Distance Running Festival on Sunday morning.

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Beijing Party Chief Serves as Library Volunteer
China2014/04/20 20:11:53April 21 2014 05:18:40

Beijing Party Chief Serves as Library Volunteer

The Communist Party Chief in Beijing Guo Jinlong appeared unannounced and served as a volunteer librarian at Beijing's Capital Library for an hour on Saturday ahead of the upcoming World Reading Day.

Confusion and Mistrust Give Way to Anger
World2014/04/20 19:03:43April 21 2014 05:18:40

Confusion and Mistrust Give Way to Anger

THE informal briefing by a South Korean coast guard rescuer started calmly enough. He stood in front of relatives of those missing from a sunken ferry, explaining how divers trying to find their loved ones are hampered by poor visibility and can venture only so deep

Construction of Largest Radio Telescope in Progress in Guizhou
China2014/04/20 19:03:13April 21 2014 05:18:40

Construction of Largest Radio Telescope in Progress in Guizhou

The world's largest radio telescope, currently under construction in southwest China's Guizhou province, has seen the completion of its outer steel framework.

China2014/04/20 17:02:36April 21 2014 05:18:40

"My Love from the Star" Actor Kim Soo-Hyun Surprises Fans at Beijing Auto Show

South Korean actor Kim Soo-Hyun from the popular TV show "My Love from the Star" makes a surprise appearance to greet visitors and fans during the Beijing International Automobile Exhibition in Beijing at around 2pm on Sunday, April 20, 2014.

China to Realize 100 Mln Urban Household Registers
China2014/04/20 15:47:36April 21 2014 05:18:40

China to Realize 100 Mln Urban Household Registers

China will ease household registration limitations and try to realize 100 million urban household registers by 2020.

Shanghai Relaxes Controls on Armed Patrols
China2014/04/20 15:37:52April 21 2014 05:18:40

Shanghai Relaxes Controls on Armed Patrols

More than 1,000 policemen in Shanghai began carrying revolvers while on patrol Sunday as China tightens public security to deal with serious violent crimes.

Shortage of innovation harms creative exports
Business2014/04/20 15:36:04April 21 2014 05:18:40

Shortage of innovation harms creative exports

Although China's copyright-based industries are contributing more to the overall economy, the country is still far from being a copyright-innovative country, experts said.

Chinese Students Detained in Russia for Illegal Travel Practices
China2014/04/19 18:54:13April 21 2014 05:18:40

Chinese Students Detained in Russia for Illegal Travel Practices

Dozens of Chinese students were detained in St. Petersburg, Russia on Friday for illegally organizing tourist groups.

Wealthy Young Man Sentenced to Death for Murdering Wife
China2014/04/19 18:53:12April 21 2014 05:18:40

Wealthy Young Man Sentenced to Death for Murdering Wife

Ji Xingpeng, a wealthy young man in Nanjing, east China's Jiangsu province was sentenced to death with a two-year reprieve for stabbing his 22-year-old wife to death.

Shot Sumatran Orangutan Rescued with Metal Pellets Embedded in His Body
World2014/04/18 21:28:35April 21 2014 05:18:40

Shot Sumatran Orangutan Rescued with Metal Pellets Embedded in His Body

a veterinary staff member of the Sumatran Orangutan Conservation Programme center conducts medical examinations on a 14-year-old male orangutan.

William and Kate Hit the Beach on Sydney Visit
World2014/04/18 21:24:49April 21 2014 05:18:40

William and Kate Hit the Beach on Sydney Visit

Britain's Prince William and his wife Kate got to grips with Australia's beach and bush lifestyles today, watching a life-saving display and a sheep-shearing demonstration as part of their tour Down Under with baby son George.

Arrest Warrants Sought for Captain, Two Sailors of Sunken S.Korean Ferry
World2014/04/18 21:20:26April 21 2014 05:18:40

Arrest Warrants Sought for Captain, Two Sailors of Sunken S.Korean Ferry

Arrest warrants were sought Friday for a captain and two sailors of the sunken South Korean ferry, which capsized and sank in waters off the country's southwestern coast Wednesday.

Border Shooting Kills Five Chinese
China2014/04/18 21:18:48April 21 2014 05:18:40

Border Shooting Kills Five Chinese

A Chinese man who was being repatriated from Vietnam along with 15 other migrants seized a gun from a border guard on Friday, triggering a gunfight and standoff in which five Chinese and two Vietnamese guards died.

Chinese Buzzwords Popular on Urban Dictionary
China2014/04/18 21:17:05April 21 2014 05:18:40

Chinese Buzzwords Popular on Urban Dictionary

English speakers may soon be saying "you can you up, no can no bb" in response to criticism.

Tianjin Stops Providing Free Hukous with Home Purchases
Business2014/04/18 13:01:26April 21 2014 05:18:40

Tianjin Stops Providing Free Hukous with Home Purchases

The Tianjin Municipality will stop issuing blueprint Chinese household registration or "hukou" certificates to house-buyers in the city from May 31 2014.

OCA: Best for Vietnam to Withdraw from Hosting 18th Asiad
Sports2014/04/18 11:18:59April 21 2014 05:18:40

OCA: Best for Vietnam to Withdraw from Hosting 18th Asiad

A high ranking official from the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) said that it is the best for Vietnam to withdraw from hosting the 18th Asian Games.

Weibo Shares Surge in US Debut Despite Low Pricing
Business2014/04/18 09:55:03April 21 2014 05:18:40

Weibo Shares Surge in US Debut Despite Low Pricing

Shares of Sina Weibo, dubbed as China's version of Twitter, soared by almost 20% on their first day of trading on the US stock market, ending at 20.2 dollars, after opening at 17 dollars per share.

Quality of Arable Land 'Worrying'
China2014/04/18 08:47:49April 21 2014 05:18:40

Quality of Arable Land 'Worrying'

Pollutants in more than 16 percent of Chinese soil exceed national standards. For arable land, the figure rises to almost 20 percent.

25 Confirmed Dead in S Korea's Ferry Disaster, 271 Missing
World2014/04/18 08:28:58April 21 2014 05:18:40

25 Confirmed Dead in S Korea's Ferry Disaster, 271 Missing

The death toll from South Korea's ferry disaster has risen to 25, as 179 have been rescued and 271 people are still listed as missing including two from China. China's foreign ministry has asked South Korea to provide information on the two Chinese nationals.

Disney on Hunt for Top Talent
China2014/04/18 04:31:59April 21 2014 05:18:40

Disney on Hunt for Top Talent

Shanghai Disney Resort yesterday kicked off its search for thousands of new graduates with a campus roadshow.

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2014 Beijing Marathon Kicks off Sunday Morning

20,000 runners from 27 countries took off from Tian'anmen square in central Beijing for the annual Amway Nutrilite Long Distance Running Festival on Sunday morning.

Jackie Chan to Co-star with Hollywood A-lister in Historical Epic

Kung Fu star Jackie Chan has announced he will co-star with a Hollywood A-lister in the historical epic "Dragon Blade" (TIAN JIANG XIONG SHI).

MV Shows

hina's military website mil.huanqiu.com has released a music video containing footage of the flight training process for operating the country's first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, on April 18, 2014.

'Girls' Sets to Hit Screens on July 31st

Hong Kong film director Barabara Wong's new film "Girls" (GUI MI) is set to hit Chinese screens on July 31st.

4,000-year-old Ebony Tree Unearthed in E China

Part of an ebony tree, which had been buried for about 4,000 years, is unearthed on Wednesday, April 17, 2014, in Wuning, a county in Jiangxi province. Four sections were found, with the longest measuring about 10 meters. They will be preserved and exhibited at Wuning Museum.

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