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Dongsha Atoll Corals
Experts Warn of Another 'Devastating' Loss of South China Sea Corals

Scientists warn of the possibility of another “devastating” loss of South China Sea corals due to sharp increases in sea temperature.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang's visit to New Zealand marks the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.
New Zealand Signs Landmark Cooperation Deal with China on Belt & Road Initiative

New Zealand on Monday signed a cooperation agreement with China on the Belt and Road (B&R) Initiative, making it the first Western developed country to do so.

From Hamburg to Shanghai: A German Is Running to Fight Prejudice Against China and to Promote OBOR

Kai Markus Xiong is running from Hamburg to Shanghai to fight prejudice against China and to promote the OBOR Initiative.

Greater Bay Area Development
Greater Bay Area to Provide New Support for China's Economy, Push Development in Southern China

The development in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area is expected to sustain the growth of China’s economy and further push economic development in southern China, according to industrial experts and officials.

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The popularity of marine parks in China has resulted in a number of common issues, including overcrowded tanks and poor water quality.
Marine Parks Gain Fans in China Despite Controversy

As the United States deals with animal rights issues regarding its marine parks, halfway around the world, more marine parks are opening up to enthrall Chinese audiences, USA Today reported.

An Indian software engineer
China Urged to Tap Indian Talent to Boost Global Competitiveness

China is being urged to leverage Indian talent pool to boost global competitiveness.

(Clockwise from the top): Temple of Heaven, China Central Television Headquarters, Chinese opera character and Chinese milk bread.
Not Forbidden: Feel Free to Explore Beijing Tourist Spots

Beijing appears not to run short of attractions to delight tourists. The city teems with historical sites, sumptuous meals, and other cultural gems tucked away somewhere beyond the walls of the Forbidden City.

Carrie  Lam wins the Hong Kong elections.
Carrie Lam Is New Hong Kong President; Pro-Democracy Activists Call Elections ‘Fake’

Carrie Lam is the new chief executive of Hong Kong and was voted by a committee that was dominated by pro-Beijing officials.

Chinese troops marched in Pakistan Day Parade.
US 'Seriously Concerned' Over Growing Pak-China Alliance

The United States is “seriously concerned” about the deepening Pak-China alliance, says a Russian online newspaper.

Premier Li Keqiang is greeted by New Zealand's Prime Minister Bill English.
Premier Li Visits New Zealand to Focus on Trade Ties, Denies Steel Dumping in Wellington

China's second most powerful man arrived in New Zealand to enhance ties and deny rumors that China is dumping steel.

News of fake seaweed circulates in China and seaweed producers lose millions of dollars as the market plummeted.
Fake News About Food Circulate in China, Millions of Dollars Lost Due to Gossip

China's food scandal is now on a new level, and people’s paranoia has led to the spread of fake news.

Premier Li Keqiang and Australian PM Malcolm Turnbull
Australian Professor Barred from Leaving China Due to Threats to National Security

A professor from the University of Technology Sydney was banned from leaving China because he is suspected to be a threat to national security.

Nepal Premier's special envoy Krishna Bahadur Mahara meets with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang ahead of a meeting in Zhongnanhai Leadership Compound on Aug. 17, 2016 in Beijing.
China-Nepal Ties Get Boost as Nepal PM Shows Silk Road Support

China-Nepal ties received boost as the new Nepali administration expressed support to China's Silk Road initiative. Prime Minister Prachanda is visiting China for the first time.

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