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Faking overseas identity hurts fairness of college entrance exam
China2017-04-28 11:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

Faking overseas identity hurts fairness of college entrance exam

Some agencies advertise that they can help mainland students acquire the identity of being “overseas Chinese” so they can sit the much easier national college entrance exam for overseas Chinese students.

Over 350 Ukrainian cities join Silk Road Cities Alliance
China2017-04-28 11:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

Over 350 Ukrainian cities join Silk Road Cities Alliance

The Association of small cities of Ukraine, which unites 351 Ukrainian cities in the country, signed a memorandum on Thursday to join the Silk Road Cities Alliance.

China Unicom to cut roaming charges along Belt and Road
China2017-04-28 11:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

China Unicom to cut roaming charges along Belt and Road

Telecom giant China Unicom will lower international roaming charges in countries and regions along the Belt and Road starting May 1.

China presents tougher rules to keep security market in order
China2017-04-28 11:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

China presents tougher rules to keep security market in order

China is upgrading regulations over its security market for better development in its financial sector.

Chinese fighter swoops into world market
China2017-04-28 11:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

Chinese fighter swoops into world market

China conducted the maiden flight of its dual-seat FC-1B trainer/fighter jet on Thursday morning, aiming to seize a bigger share of the global military aircraft market.

China says it will continue drills, tests of new-type weapons in response to THAAD
China2017-04-28 11:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

China says it will continue drills, tests of new-type weapons in response to THAAD

China strongly opposes the deployment of THAAD in South Korea, and will firmly take necessary actions to safeguard its own interests.

South Korean people, religious figures shout 'THAAD Out, Peace In'
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

South Korean people, religious figures shout 'THAAD Out, Peace In'

South Korean people and religious figures gathered in central Seoul, where millions of people had demanded the impeachment of former President Park Geun-hye, for the removal of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) from their territory and bring peace to the Korean Peninsula.

China's naval fleet drills in Western Pacific
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

China's naval fleet drills in Western Pacific

A Chinese naval fleet sailed through the Miyako Strait and carried out drills in the waters Thursday.

DNA from extinct humans discovered in caves without skeletal remains
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

DNA from extinct humans discovered in caves without skeletal remains

An international team of researchers has successfully retrieved DNA from ancient humans in cave sediments where no skeletal remains have been found, according to a study published Thursday.

China-developed two-seat fighter trainer succeeds in maiden flight
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

China-developed two-seat fighter trainer succeeds in maiden flight

China’s new cost efficient two-seat fighter trainer, the Thunder JF-17, also known as the FC-1 in China, successfully carried out its first maiden flight on Thursday.

26 on trial over China P2P fraud
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

26 on trial over China P2P fraud

Twenty-six executives of a Chinese online peer-to-peer lender stood trial in Beijing on Wednesday and Thursday after allegedly cheating the public out of a huge amount of money.

Tianzhou-1 completes its first in-orbit refueling test
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

Tianzhou-1 completes its first in-orbit refueling test

China’s first cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-1 on Thursday completed its first on-orbit refueling test five days after successfully docking with the orbiting Tiangong-2 space lab.

China automobile sales to slow in 2017
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

China automobile sales to slow in 2017

A spokesman for the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday that automobile sales may see slower growth this year in spite of better-than expected figures for the first quarter.

Xiongan may emerge as nation's science city
China2017-04-28 10:31May 01 2017 10:26:47

Xiongan may emerge as nation's science city

Xiongan could emerge as the Chinese version of Tsukuba, the Japanese science city near Tokyo that was conceived in 1963 during the post-war reconstruction, experts say.

Chinese firms easing Sino-U.S. relations
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

Chinese firms easing Sino-U.S. relations

Despite the previous threats to punish China for unfair trade, and the concerns that this could affect business relations between the two countries, Chinese businessmen have maintained a high profile in the U.S. market in recent months.

After SOEs, private sector makes a beeline for Xiongan
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

After SOEs, private sector makes a beeline for Xiongan

The proposal to set up the Xiongan New Area is attracting not only State-owned enterprises but the private sector, including startups, entrepreneurs and even fresh graduates from across China.

Passenger dragged from plane reaches settlement with United Airlines
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

Passenger dragged from plane reaches settlement with United Airlines

A passenger, who was violently dragged off an overbooked United flight has reached a settlement with the airline, his lawyer said on Thursday.

Brain waves can tell how much students like their class: study
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

Brain waves can tell how much students like their class: study

When students pay attention in class, their brainwaves show remarkably similar patterns, a U.S. study said Thursday.

Chance of forming El Nino later this year more than 50 pct: WMO
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

Chance of forming El Nino later this year more than 50 pct: WMO

There is a 50-60 percent chance of an El Nino event forming in middle to late 2017, according to a new update Thursday released by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).

China gas output ranks sixth in the world
China2017-04-28 10:01May 01 2017 10:26:47

China gas output ranks sixth in the world

China is now the sixth biggest natural gas producer in the world, three places higher than in 2007, according to the Ministry of Science and Technology on Thursday.

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