China, Russia, India commit to regional security in Asia-Pacific

China, Russia and India agreed to maintain regional security and economic architecture in the Asia-Pacific, said a joint communique issued Monday after the 15th trilateral meeting of the foreign ministers of the three countries.

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A revised regulation on official vehicle use has been issued, asking Communist Party of China (CPC) and governmental agencies to take the lead in using new energy vehicles.

Egypt and Russia signed on Monday an agreement to build Egypt's first nuclear power plant.

Egypt and Russia signed on Monday an agreement to build Egypt's first nuclear power plant.

Several hurt in New York City blast, suspect nabbed

Several people were hurt in an explosion in New York City in early Monday morning, according to media report. A suspect was arrested.

China relaxes standards for traditional Chinese medicine clinics

China has relaxed standards for setting up traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) clinics, according to documents released by the State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SATCM) Monday.

Paddington 2 gains at China box office

Paddington 2, the live-action, animated sequel featuring the titular bear, has had a successful weekend since it arrived in Chinese theaters on Friday.

Jack Ma to invest $15 million in selecting teachers for rural areas

Alibaba's CEO Jack Ma is planning to invest at least 300 million yuan (about 15 million U.S. dollars) in 10 years in selecting excellent graduates to serve as rural teachers.

China supports Iraq in safeguarding national stability: FM

China supports the Iraqi government in safeguarding national stability and advancing economic recovery, a Foreign Ministry spokesperson said Monday.

Bodies of pilot, Chinese trainees recovered in Florida

A U.S. investigator confirmed Sunday that the bodies of a local flight instructor and two Chinese trainees had been recovered after a plane crashed into a lake in the southern U.S. state of Florida Friday.

Oldest survivor of Nanjing Massacre dies

Guan Guangjing, the oldest survivor of the Nanjing Massacre, passed away at the age of 100 on Sunday, leaving the number of registered survivors of the holocaust at less than 100.

Little girl completes 6-day hiking trip in no-man’s land with parents

A 5-year-old girl from eastern China’s Zhejiang province recently took a 6-day hiking journey with her parents in a no-man’s land in November, finishing an unimaginable challenge, West China City News reported.

The Formation of the Chinese Labour Corps

This is the story of the Chinese Labour Corps, a 140,000-strong body of men, without whom victory over the German Kaiser may have been impossible. 

Waiting lists for donated eggs surge after China's child policy loosened

China has witnessed a growing shortage of donated eggs as more couples chose to have children after the country relaxed its family planning policy in 2016. 

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