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Chinese FM urges BRICS nations to uphold multilateralism

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday that the BRICS countries should uphold the banner of multilateralism. He also called on the group to maintain a multilateral trading system.

China urges restraint after DPRK declares H-bomb test possibility

China on Friday urged all relevant parties to avoid any action that may increase tension on the Korean Peninsula after the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) said it might test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific Ocean.

Exposed combustible ice found in South China Sea

Chinese scientists have discovered two sites of gas hydrates, or combustible ice, which are exposed on the sea floor in the South China Sea.

Flying Tigers museum reopens after renovation in central China

A museum commemorating the Flying Tigers, a U.S. air squadron that helped the Chinese to fight the Japanese in World War II, reopened to the public Friday after six months of renovation.

Xi stresses integrated military, civilian development

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Friday called for stronger reform, innovation and resource integration to improve integrated military and civilian development. 

Chinese FM urges UN to play guiding role in global governance

​Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Thursday that the United Nations (UN) should play a guiding role in promoting better global governance.
 

Natural gas utilized for air pollution control in north China

​After years of being plagued by heavy air pollution, north China's Hebei Province is turning to clean energy to improve the environment.

Chameleon chrysanthemums to debut over national holiday

​This year's National Day holiday flower decorations will feature two new varieties of chrysanthemum that change color, in flowerbeds in Tian'anmen Square and along Chang'an Avenue, reports Beijing Youth Daily.
 

China-developed nuclear reactor to be put into commercial use in 2018

China's latest high temperature gas cooled nuclear reactor streets ahead of South Korean competition says Seoul media. 

Pay limits for top Chinese TV and film actors mooted

A proposal to limit 'entire cast members' salaries to not more than 40% of total film and TV production costs has been put out for consultation, China News reports.

China "anchor for world peace": FM

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi  made the remarks at the General Debate of the 72nd session of the United Nations General Assembly at the UN headquarters in New York. 

Want to divorce? Take an exam first!

A pre-divorce exam for couples is being trialed in southwest China, reports the Chengdu Business Daily.

China's progress in fighting HIV/AIDS hailed

A UNAIDS official has hailed China's efforts to establish an HIV/AIDS diagnosis and treatment system, reduce the spread in the high-risk group and achieve a nearly 100 percent success in stopping mother-to-child infection.

Nanjing family seeks justice for businessman murdered in Dubai

​The family of a Nanjing businessman kidnapped and found dead in the United Arab Emirates has requested that the suspects be extradited to China. 

Car free zones, more bus lines in Beijing for World Car Free Day

Beijing transport authorities set up car free zones and opened new bus routes Friday, marking World Car Free Day.

China puts 25 under prosecutorial investigation for deadly accident

Twenty-five suspects have been put under prosecutorial investigation following a deadly construction platform collapse last year in east China.

China to launch 24 satellites to detect gravity wave electromagnetic counterpart

​China plans to launch 24 microsatellites to make up a constellation to detect the electromagnetic counterpart of gravitational waves.

Northwest China province asks public to name panda cubs

Northwest China's Shaanxi Province launched a naming campaign Thursday, asking fans to name its three newest panda cubs.

China donates office equipment to Pakistan's parliament

China on Thursday handed over 330 pieces of office equipment including laptops, computers, scanners, printers and projectors to Pakistan's parliament.

China supports UN peacekeeping operations reform: FM

China on Thursday reiterated its support for UN peacekeeping operations reform guided by the purposes and principles of the UN Charter.

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