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Celebrity-endorsed school down coat sells quickly on campus

A school down coat, which has been worn by several famous former and current students, has been selling like hot cakes at the Central Academy of Drama (CAD) in Beijing, Beijing Youth Daily reported.

Online education market growing in China

In 2016 revenue from online education reached 156.02 billion yuan in China, a growth of 27.3%. This is according to data by iResearch.

Experts say expensive aerolite did not fall from sky in Shangri-La

Experts said the 200,000 yuan (30,000 USD) per gram aerolite reportedly falling in Shangri-La last month was just a piece of slag or lava.

Chinese colleges top QS' BRICS university rankings

Chinese colleges maintained their leading positions in the latest edition of the QS World University Rankings: BRICS, which was released on Wednesday by the QS Quacquarelli Symonds. 

China publishes standards on stem cell use

The document introduces general requirements on screening of donors, tissue collection, cell separation and preservation, transportation and detection of stem cells.

China to step up property rights protection

China will step up protection of property rights to provide sustained impetus for economic development, according to a statement following a State Council executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.

Hydropower station construction underway in upper Yangtze

Construction of a large hydropower station on the upper section of the Yangtze River, the Suwalong project, is going smoothly, local authorities said Tuesday.

Air China suspends flights to DPRK

Air China has suspended flights to the DPRK due to "unideal operation," China's The Paper reported citing the airline's official.

School headmaster dismissed over illegal fundraising

The headmaster of a middle school in Sichuan Province has been sacked following two illegal fundraising events at the school. Local authorities say all the money will be returned to the parents.

Young Kenyan gets share of China's internet celebrity economy

Ruth from Nairobi, Kenya gets share of China's internet celebrity economy recording online videos.

Xi'an-Chengdu rail line to have full internet/cell coverage

Chinese rail authorities are suggesting the Xi'an-Chengdu high-speed rail link will be the country's first mountain crossing to provide full 4G network coverage.

Instant hotpot raises safety concerns

Instant, self-heating hotpot has become the latest food craze in China. However, it's also raising safety concerns at the same time, reports the Workers' Daily.

Freight train links China with Vietnam

Freight train services have been launched between Nanchang City in east China's Jiangxi Province and Hanoi in Vietnam.
 

Qualification of English language teachers come under scrutiny

Suggestions are being made that there is a growing demand for English-language teachers in China, regardless of their experience.

Chinese youth football center opens in Prague

The first of as many as four youth football training centers for Chinese development in Europe officially opened in the Czech capital, Prague, November 21, 2017, reports the Xinhua News Agency.

Women in Shanxi set up 'soup kitchen'

A group of four women have opened up a special kitchen to provide free meals to the disadvantaged in the city of Changzhi, Shanxi Province, reports chinanews.com.

China becomes world’s largest exporter of students

In 2016, the number of Chinese students studying abroad reached 545,000, covering around 180 countries and regions, and China has become the world's largest exporter of foreign students.

Chinese biofuel flight lands in Chicago

After flying over 11,000 kilometers, a Hainan Airlines flight which left Beijing and crossed over the Pacific Ocean has successfully landed at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport, Sinopec has announced.

Xi'an-Chengdu high-speed railway enters test run

​The first full-course test run was carried out Wednesday on a high-speed railway linking Xi'an with Chengdu, which is scheduled to enter operation within the year.
 

China eases tax compliance burdens by reform, technology: report

A new report released on Tuesday says reforms and new technology have eased compliance burdens for taxpayers in China.

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