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AI to compete with human doctors in CT, MRI imaging diagnosis

An AI system developed by Chinese scientists is set to compete with the country's six top radiologists in their CT&MRI image diagnosis skills for neurological diseases this month, reports the Beijing News.

Rare animals emerging in NW China amid reforestation

A number of rare species, including golden pheasants, have been spotted in a nature reserve in Yan'an, Shannxi province, reports thepaper.cn.
 

Qu Yuan commemorative stamps issued to mark Dragon Boat Festival

​China Post held a ceremony to mark the issuing of a set of stamps commemorating Qu Yuan (340 - 278 B.C.) in his hometown, Zigui County in central China's Hubei Province, on Monday, the Dragon Boat Festival holiday.

Taxi driver takes Parkinson-diagnosed father to work

A taxi driver in Qinhuangdao, Hebei Province, has had a special passenger in his car - his father, who is a Parkinson patient, reports the Beijing News.

China working on drones to assist firefighters

Chinese scientists and engineers are designing drones to help firefighters rescue trapped people, especially in high-rise building fires.

59-year-old cycles from Shanghai to Nepal

​A 59-year-old man, along with his team from the city of Huzhou, have completed 5,855-km-long ride on bike from Shanghai to Nepal's capital, Kathmandu, in 74 days.

SF Airlines approved for air cargo services to Lhasa

SF Airlines has been approved to commence air cargo services to Lhasa Gongga Airport, the company said Saturday.

Chinese researchers identify new neurological disease gene

Chinese researchers have identified a gene that may cause neurological disorders.

China announces anti-dumping measures on imported chemicals

The Ministry of Commerce (MOC) on Saturday announced that it will impose provisional anti-dumping measures on imported hydroiodic acid from the United States and Japan. 

American woman sentenced to 25 years for killing Chinese student

American woman Holly Davis was sentenced to 25 years in prison on Friday in a court in the western U.S. state of Arizona for the murder of a Chinese student after a rear-end collision in 2016.

Central China city to cut number of share bikes by 150,000

Wuhan announced on Tuesday that this year it would reduce by 150,000 the number of share bikes scattered around the city's streets, as the huge number of bikes has seriously disrupted traffic.

Beijing to further restrict non-local vehicles to address congestion, pollution

​Beijing's relevant authorities rolled out a new regulation Friday to target vehicles with non-local licence plates in a bid to relieve congestion and reduce emissions.

WeChat payment available for buses in Shanghai

​Shanghai residents can now use a WeChat mini app to pay bus fares in Shanghai. The new payment system can be used on 2,000 buses in the city, and will be available on all buses by the end of October.

Chinese firm helps England fan show his colours

Most English fans have been somewhat subdued about the advent of the 2018 World Cup.
 

Hong Kong legislative council passes railway link check's co-location bill

The Legislative Council (LegCo) of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) on Thursday finished the third reading of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (XRL) co-location bill. 

Henan to open world's longest horseshoe-shaped glass skywalk

From Saturday, visitors to the Fuxi Grand Canyon in central China's Henan Province will be able to see straight down to the canyon floor 360 meters below as they walk on the world's longest horseshoe-shaped glass bridge.

China's service trade deficit may expand in next few years

China's deficit of trade in services is expected to expand in the next few years due to the country's industrial and consumption upgrades, an official said Thursday.

Micro satellite developed by Chinese university starts to work around Moon

A micro satellite, developed by the Harbin Institute of Technology in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province and sent into an orbit around the Moon, has started to transmit data back to Earth.

Relay satellite for Chang'e-4 lunar probe enters orbit

​The relay satellite for the planned Chang'e-4 lunar probe, which is expected to land on the far side of the Moon at the end of the year, has entered orbit.

First SCO film festival opens in Qingdao

The first Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) film festival opened in Qingdao, east China's Shandong Province, Wednesday.
 

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