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DPRK leader Kim Jong Un visits China

Kim Jong Un, chairman of the Workers' Party of Korea and chairman of the State Affairs Commission of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), is visiting China at the invitation of Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and Chinese president, according to Xinhua.


Is negative population growth upon us?

China’s population will peak in 2029 at 1.44 billion before beginning a period of "unstoppable" decline, a government report says. ...


Murder suspect captured after 24 years on the run

The murder took place on May 29, 1994, in a residential complex in Caoyang area of Putuo District.


China encourages private participation in national sci-tech projects

China will encourage private enterprises to participate in major national science and technology projects and promote the transfer of research results to products with market competitiveness, Chinese Minister of Science and Technology Wang Zhigang said on Sunday.


bodogChinese man wins expired goods court case agaisnt authorities

After getting a mere 20 Chinese cents (0.03 U.S. dollars) for tipping authorities off about a supermarket selling expired bread, a Chinese customer took the local government to court and won the case.


Two leading banks allowed to open wealth management units

China's banking and insurance regulator has given two of the country's biggest lenders the go-ahead for wealth management subsidiaries.


Why China's movies fail to gain traction in the US market

In comparison, there is no standard scriptwriting format in China's filmmaking process as every scriptwriter uses his or her own formats. The discrepancy in this aspect actually makes a difference as a standard production process improves efficiency and causes less confusion.


Master carpenter keeps old buildings alive

The excellent preservation of one of Shanghai’s largest groups of historical houses is credited principally to Ma Jiale, a master carpenter who has been working on the old buildings for nearly 40 years.


Coffee startup Luckin plans to overtake Starbucks in China this year

Chinese coffee startup Luckin is aiming to open 2,500 new stores this year and overtake Starbucks Corp as the largest coffee chain by number of outlets in the world's second-biggest economy, it said on Thursday.


First discovery of ancient tsunami site on China's coastline

The carnage of the tsunami in Indonesia at the end of 2018 has triggered a global awareness in preparing for unexpected natural disasters. The tsunami was unusually triggered by the collapse of an erupted volcano, leaving everyone on the coast of Jakarta unguarded.


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