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UCAS and NTU Singapore’s research agreement will cover a timespan of five years.
Hibernation as part of cancer cure

The price for curing cancer typically involves pain and stress. However, with the recent update on cancer cure, experts revealed that sleep could help in successfully curing terminal cancer with lesser side-effects.

A hand-rolled marijuana cigarette with design is being smoked by a cannabis user.
Marijuana benefits and White House concern for opioid

Although not entirely accepted in the society, marijuana use continues proliferates due to its alleged beneficial effects. However, marijuana users may soon find themselves in conflict with the law as the White House aims to strengthen crackdown.

Two medicine bottles are placed just above an HIV positive vaccine sign.
Functional HIV cure gaining momentum; HIV patients free of detectable virus

A functional cure for HIV has been revealed by experts recently. Although far from being perfected, five individuals carrying the deadly virus have been currently freed from any detectable traces of HIV.

China is bent on outperforming other nations, joint cooperative efforts, and even private and American-led multinational ventures.
China Lunar Exploration Program Aims to Unlock Space’s Potential

Although several efforts have been made to explore the outer space, only a few dare to dream of future commercial development in such landscapes. China is one of those special few, with their China Lunar Exploration Project (CLEP), according to an article by Asia Times.

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Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, posed for a picture at a protest during his younger years.
Wikileaks from Julian Assange perspective; 'Rebel library of Alexandria'

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange appeared via video link in Sydney to discuss the failings of modern media. As part of the discussion, the highly sought refugee expressed his view about Wikileaks and how differs from the global media.

Mothers are happier with the two-child policy.
Survey: More Chinese Mothers Happy with Two-Child Policy

When the long-running one-child policy was ruled out by the Chinese government, a survey reports that more moms are happier.

The Great Wall, one of the most iconic structures in the world, is more or less the symbol of China. Due to its history and beauty, it also attracts a great number of tourists each year.
Experience the Great Wall of China by Exploring Its Less Touristy Side

The Great Wall, one of the most iconic structures in the world, is more or less the symbol of China. Due to its history and beauty, it also attracts a great number of tourists each year. In an article by The Independent, Wendy Wu Tours shares how travelers can make the most out of the 5,000-mile marvel.

The West Lake is one of the more popular tourist spots in Zhejiang Province.
Tourist Spots in Zhejiang Flourish as Best Kept Secrets in Rural China

Many have discovered serenity in various spots for vacation in Zhejiang.

China's rural educational system is underdeveloped.
'Touching China' Awardee Is Rural School Teacher; Inspires Commitment and Love in Teaching

A rural school teacher is an awardee of the prestigious “Touching China” prize from China Central Television.

Skiing is gaining popularity in Northern China and this trend is coinciding with China’s preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games.
Defying Nature: Winter Tourism Industry Thrives in Southwestern China

Skiing is gaining popularity in Northern China and this trend is coinciding with China’s preparation for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. The recent Spring Festival Holiday has witnessed various similar suburban resorts propping up.

According to official data, there were approximately 200,000 comfort women in China from 1937 to 1945.
The Untold Story of Chinese Comfort Women

Few filmmakers venture into the world of tragedy and successfully recount a story, let alone Wei Shaolan’s--a woman forced into sex slavery by Japanese during the Sino-Japanese War.

Local officials in Puding county will limit banquets to funerals and weddings.
Banquets Banned in Puding to Save People from Poverty

A county in China bans banquets to stop people from extravagant spending and food wastage.

Vitamin D Supplements protect against respiratory infections, cold, flu; 3 easy ways to increase your vitamin D intake
Vitamin D Supplements protect against respiratory infections, cold, flu; 3 easy ways to increase your vitamin D intake

According to a new study, Vitamin D supplements help individuals to protect themselves against respiratory infections, flu and cold.

Children's health is compromised by the bad air quality in China's major cities.
Air Pollution Causing People in Chinese Urban Cities to Migrate

The worsening air pollution in major cities in China is forcing people to flee their homes and find other places to live and work.

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