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Australia's Tim Cahill (C) scores a goal from an overhead kick during their Asian Cup quarter-final soccer match against China at the Brisbane Stadium in Brisbane, Jan. 22, 2015.
Chinese People Would Rather Win World Cup than 100 Olympic Golds, Says Expert

The average Chinese person would prefer his country winning a World Cup than 100 Olympic gold medals, according to an expert in Chinese football. "People would go crazy," said Cameron Wilson, the founding editor of Wild East Football, a website about Chinese soccer.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is confident that the fundamentals of economy are on course to regain their strength.
Li: Economic Growth Can Solve Social Issues

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang is convinced that the social issues faced by the country can be quickly resolved if economic growth could be stabilized and boosted.

Financial experts say China's yuan is putting pressure on international currencies.
China: A Potential New Player in the Currency War?

Central banks worldwide are combating inflation by easing monetary policy and weakening their currencies, but analysts say the real threat is with China throwing its hat in the ring.

Then Deputy Health Minister Huang Jiefu speaks during a group session of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) in Beijing, March 10, 2011.
China's Prisoners Organ Ban Signifies Progress in Human Rights, Says Senior Official

The ban on harvesting organ from executed prisoners for transplants is a sign of China's progress in human rights, said a senior health official on Wednesday. Huang Jiefu, former vice-minister of health, added that since courts are acting with more caution in imposing death penalties, relying on organs from condemned prisoners "will become water without a source."

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Women's rights should be upheld in family planning law amendments, says China Daily reporter.
China Daily: Women’s Freedom to Choose to Bear and Not to Bear a Child Should Be Upheld

Women should be given the right to bear a second child as well as the choice not to, and should never be forced to do so, says a report from China Daily.

Zhangjiakou becoming China's first renewable energy pilot zone may help solve the city's air pollution problem.
China’s Lesson from Britain in Solving the Pollution Dilemma

Fortune commentator Nicola Persico believes that China can learn a thing or two from the British when it comes to providing solution in fighting pollution.

Buildings in Chinese cities flaunt
Shanghai Joins Other Chinese Cities in Promoting Garden Rooftops

Some Chinese cities are catching up with the new environmental trend quickly as more and more establishments begin to create their own “vertical greeneries” within the concrete jungle in urban areas.

China's famous Shaolin Temple is currently home to controversial figure Shi Yongxin, who has been accused of corruption and commercializing Shaolin.
Shaolin Temple’s Commercialization Invokes Criticisms

China’s famous Shaolin Temple has decided to invest in a modernized Buddhism practice center as well as a four-star hotel in Australia, provoking criticisms about the commercialization of the discipline originally associated with simple living.

A woman shouts slogans during a demonstration to mark the International Women's Day in Istanbul, March 6, 2010.
Workplace Gender Inequality Should Be Addressed More than Ever

The International Women's Day not only celebrates the capacities of women and their value, but also highlights the many inequalities that women across the world, even in China, had to endure.

More Chinese couples are opting to hold their wedding ceremonies abroad.
China Mulls Amendment to Marriage Law, Considers Restrictions on Divorce by Agreement

In China, a proposal to restrict divorce only to parens with no children below 10 years old is garnering heated and controversial reactions. The proposal seeks to revise and update the current Marriage Law system, putting forward that parents with little children cannot file for divorce "by agreement."

A Range Rover Evoque SUV on display during the Chery Jaguar Land Rover plant opening ceremony in Changshu, Jiangsu Province, Oct. 2014.
Land Rover Can Be Top SUV Brand in Next Few Years

Analysts claim that Land Rover has the chance of leading among China's second-tier luxury brands.

A visitor wears a mask outside the Forbidden City due to heavy air pollution.
Key to China’s Pollution Control Lies in the Inner Mongolian Desert

The Internet age has spawned the EAT principles of the Google search-engine behemoth: Expertise, Authority and Trustworthiness.

The Communist Party of China's Political Bureau recently met to outline the 13th five-year plan.
Legislation and Advice Distinguish China’s Top Two Political Bodies

During the month of the sessions of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), both China and the wider world observe in anticipation of the outcomes from the world's second-largest economy.

Maternity tourism has been popular to Chinese nationals as a way to improve their children's wellbeing.
Welfare Demand Gap: Attracting More Chinese Nationals to Enter Maternity Tourism

Chinese nationals’ entry to maternity tourism in the United States is immensely perceived as an indication of a huge welfare demand gap between the two countries.

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