International Skating Union declines China’s appeal

The International Skating Union (ISU) declined China’s appeal for disqualification in short track speed skating women's 3,000m relay final at the PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games last night.

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Heavy fog strands over 100,000 tourists in Hainan

A heavy fog has disrupted ferry services on the Qiongzhou Strait in south China, stranding over 100,000 passengers and more than 10,000 cars in Hainan island, local authorities said Wednesday, the last day of Spring Festival holiday.

Pakistani Supreme Court disqualifies Nawaz Sharif to be party chief

The Supreme Court of Pakistan on Wednesday disqualified former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to be chief of the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N), local media reported.

China Southern to link London and Wuhan

Wuhan and London are set to benefit from their first direct air link. That's thanks to news that China Southern Airlines, who currently link Guangzhou and London twice daily, will launch the new route in May.

Beijing to allow foreign domestic helpers

Beijing Municipality is considering allowing foreign professionals to bring their own domestic servants to work in Beijing this year, authorities said Wednesday.

China to see rising railway trips

Railway passenger numbers are expected to grow on Wednesday, the last day of week-long Chinese Lunar New Year holiday.

Popular Chinese cartoon hits Australian TV

Animated Chinese cartoon series Luo Bao Bei has debuted in Australia during the Spring Festival, giving more Chinese culture to the local audience.

China's online streaming users total 422 million: report

China's online streaming sector has seen a rapid growth in 2017 with online streaming viewers reaching nearly 422 million by the end of 2017, up 22.6 percent from 2016.

Experts to repair warrior's thumb

The cultural relics authority of Northwest China's Shaanxi province will send conservationists to repair a Terracotta Warrior that had its thumb stolen by a member of the public while on display at a Philadelphia museum.

SpaceX to launch first of its global internet satellites

SpaceX plans to launch its first demonstration satellite Wednesday for its internet-in-space project. It plans eventually to have thousands of small satellites delivering broadband access around the world.

Britain's KFC stores start to re-open after chicken shortage

A shortage of chickens that led to two thirds of KFC restaurants in Britain having to close was on the way to being resolved Tuesday.

China edges Canada in PyeongChang Games women's curling

China managed to keep a slight chance of entering the semifinals after edging Canada 7-5 Tuesday afternoon in the round robin session of women's curling at the PyeongChang Winter Olympics.

Chinese table tennis squad headed to 2018 ITTF Team World Cup

China's table tennis team has left Beijing, headed for London to take part in the 2018 ITTF Team World Cup. The Team World Cup will take place in London from February 22 to 25.

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