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China’s State Forestry Administration Pushes for Free Admission to Forest and Wetlands Parks

China’s State Forestry Administration Pushes for Free Admission to Forest and Wetlands Parks

China’s fee-charging scenic areas, such as forests, botanical gardens and wetlands, could be free for visitors in the near future,…

Oct 10, 2017
Zhang Ke
Some 12,000 Chinese Muslims Who Attended Hajj Pilgrimage in Mecca Return to China

Some 12,000 Chinese Muslims Who Attended Hajj Pilgrimage in Mecca Return to China

A total of 12,000 Muslim Chinese who attended the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca, Saudi Arabia, this year returned to China, state-run Xinhua News Agency reported.

Sep 21, 2017
Tang Shihua
More Than 100 Well-Known Web Anchors Settle in China’s First Online Celebrity Town in Wuhan

More Than 100 Well-Known Web Anchors Settle in China’s First Online Celebrity Town in Wuhan

The countdown for the official opening of “Damara Village Physical Attractiveness Art Town,” China’s first web celebrity town, has started…

Sep 18, 2017
Zhang Xia
Shanghai Writers’ Association Offers Internet Authors Creative Allowances

Shanghai Writers’ Association Offers Internet Authors Creative Allowances

With the increasing number of writers becoming famous on the internet and the growing impact of online works, the semiofficial…

Sep 15, 2017
Tang Shihua
China’s Peking, Tsinghua Rank in Top 30 of Times World University Rankings 2018

China’s Peking, Tsinghua Rank in Top 30 of Times World University Rankings 2018

The UK’s Times Higher Education magazine has released its annual World University Rankings for 2018, with two Chinese universities, Peking…

Sep 6, 2017
Xu Wei
‘Comfort Women’ Documentary Twenty-Two Grosses USD7.48 million in Four Days

‘Comfort Women’ Documentary Twenty-Two Grosses USD7.48 million in Four Days

Of all the ways to shoot a movie about ‘comfort women,’ director Guo Ke chose one of the most peaceful ones.

Aug 18, 2017
Ge Yiting
Shanghai Is the Safest City in the World’s Safest Country, Survey of Chinese Tourists Finds

Shanghai Is the Safest City in the World’s Safest Country, Survey of Chinese Tourists Finds

Chinese online travel service provider Ctrip.com International Co. [NYSE:CTRP] recently surveyed several thousand randomly-selected Chinese tourists.

Aug 4, 2017
Dou Shicong
UNESCO Inscribes China’s Wuyishan on Both World Cultural Heritage and World Natural Heritage Lists

UNESCO Inscribes China’s Wuyishan on Both World Cultural Heritage and World Natural Heritage Lists

Wuyishan in Qianshan in China’s Jiangxi province has been included in both the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List and the World Natural Heritage List, people.com.cn reported yesterday.

Jul 11, 2017
Xu Wei
Can ‘Isolation Zones’ Offer Solution to China’s 60 Mln Leftover Singles, Noodles, Sexual Depression?

Can ‘Isolation Zones’ Offer Solution to China’s 60 Mln Leftover Singles, Noodles, Sexual Depression?

‘Isolation zone’ is an expression generally associated with adversity and punishment, and it will hardly recall single men once hearing…

Jul 3, 2017
Sun Xingzhi
Marriages in China Decline as Young Adults Prioritize Studies

Marriages in China Decline as Young Adults Prioritize Studies

The number of marriages in China has been falling for three straight years, with those born after 1985 the biggest group of people getting wed.

Jun 16, 2017
Lin Xiaozhao
Hong Kong’s Lonely Hearts Break Over Low Pay, Prohibitive Property Prices

Hong Kong’s Lonely Hearts Break Over Low Pay, Prohibitive Property Prices

Lonely hearts in Hong Kong between 20 and 50 years old are feeling pressure from low salaries and high house prices and scored an average of 50 points on a personal satisfaction scale.

Jun 8, 2017
Yicai Global

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