Monday, 24th, 2017 | 10:34PM Updated

Beijing's transport commission unveiled its WeChat account to reach more people who seek the group's services.
China Just One of the World’s Countries that Needs to Embrace ‘Slow Travel’

Wan Lixin of the Shanghai Daily publication shared an important reminder with readers on Wednesday in the closing days of the annual Spring Festival holiday period.

Smartphones and tablets are being sold in booths at a mall in Shenzhen.
Huawei Tech Products a Threat to U.S. National Security, Says U.S. Solon

In some parts of the world, especially in the U.S., Chinese tech products are sometimes treated badly, just as two years ago when a U.S. solon branded Huawei as a threat to national security.

Chinese President Xi Jinping and Russian President Vladimir Putin in a welcome ceremony for a Confidence Building Summit in Shanghai last year.
Are Clashes Between China and Russia Possible, as Western Analysts Say?

A future clash between China and Russia is highly improbable, contrary to what Western researchers and media would like to portray. U.S. scholar Joseph Nye said that the imbalances in Russian-Chinese relations may cause a serious rift in the ties of the two countries.

Volunteer blood donors at a mobile laboratory in Chengdu, China.
Chinese Buy Black Market Blood in a System Already Short of Vital Organs

Those who are partial to the predictions of Chinese astrologers will know that bacterial infections form part of the forecast for the Year of the Sheep that the world has recently entered into.

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China Should Not Bend to U.S. Pressure, Information Securiy Rules Justified

Even though United States officials are labeling China's new information security rules as being protectionist and discriminatory, some opined that the new rules are justified.

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) shakes hands with South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
KBS ‘Super China’ Documentary Still Making Waves in an Uncertain East Asia

Even though the multi-part "Super China" documentary aired for Republic of Korea (ROK) viewers between Jan. 15 and 24, the aftermath continues to echo for an eastern Asia that is still working out the factual nature of the cultural situation within its boundaries.

A Chinese villager looks up at a political poster.
China Should Know that Deeper Changes Are Coming After the ‘Year of Reform’

With only hours left until the start of China's two most-important political, decision-making gatherings, the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) and the National Committee of the 12th Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the prospect of deepening reforms at the ruling hand of President Xi Jinping should not receive even a faint hint of doubt.

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Taylor Swift On Katy Perry Feud: I'll Never Talk About My Enemy; 'Blank Space' Singer Still Single After 5 Years?

Taylor Swift's ongoing feud with fellow singer, Katy Perry, may be depicted in a song, but will never be discussed in detail.

A woman trying to hail a taxi in China.
China’s Valentine’s Day Taxi App Merger Is About a Love of Efficiency

Timing is a strange and wonderful part of life, is it not?

Kardashians Are In It For Another 4 Years; Reality Show Family Closed $100 Million ‘KUWTK’ Renewed Contract With E!

"Keeping Up With The Kardashians" is in it for another four years in E! with a price.

Jessa Duggar and Ben Seewald
Jessa Duggar’s Previous $49 Bridesmaid Dresses: ’19 Kids And Counting’ Star’s Sisters Didn’t Like The Cheap Wardrobe!

Fans finally get to witness what Jessa Duggar had to go through when she and husband, Ben Seewald, got married in an upcoming episode of "19 Kids And Counting".

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Drew Barrymore Releasing New Book: ‘Charlie’s Angels’ Actress Set To Tell All In New Autobio

Barrymore is to publish autobiographical essays in a book collection for the publishing company. The actress confessed that she aimed to make the book light hearted and funny to readers.

Promoting family education is one of the causes supported by the All-China Women’s Federation.
China’s Small Coastal Areas Have Keen Interest in Embattled Car Market

Although overstocked car dealers in China have resorted to open letters of complaint, published in domestic media publications, the nation's auto market is not a closed book when the areas beyond the thriving metropolises are considered.

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