Wednesday, 28th, 2017 | 3:05PM Updated

The National China Garden will be transformed into a $100 million landmark.
Ambitious $100 Million Chinese Garden To Be Constructed in Washington, DC

China wants a bold presence in Washington, D.C., so it will construct a garden that is worth $100 million.

Pacific Oysters
Oysters in Beach Make Denmark a Paradise for Chinese Food Lovers

Chinese food lovers are more than willing to help Denmark with its oyster invasion problem. Pacific oysters line the country’s beaches, threatening its coastal ecosystem.

More young Chinese readers are now reading e-books.
Amazon China's 2017 Reading Report Shows New Trends Among Chinese Readers

Amazon China has recently released its 2017 Reading Report. The survey shows new trends among Chinese readers.

China considers the giant panda as a national treasure.
'Pandavans' Invade Australia to Boost China's Tourism

"Pandavans" are currently embarking an Australian tour to boost Chinese tourism. The panda-themed caravans serve as traveling booths that hand out information about China's cuisine, ancient wonders and modern cities.

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Girl Run Over
2-Year-Old Sichuan Girl Run Over Twice by Fast Cars Suffers Only Minor Injuries

Around 20,000 children in China below 14 years old die yearly because of injuries from road collisions. However, there are a lucky few who survive vehicular accidents, including falling out of vehicles and being hit by cars.

Shanghai Tower Observatory
Shanghai Tower Observatory Finally Opens; Public to Enjoy Panoramic View

After a long trial period, the Shanghai Tower observatory on the 118th floor of the skyscraper is finally opened to the public.

Muslim Baby
China’s Xinjiang Prohibits ‘Religious’ Baby Names

Islamic baby names are banned in Xinjiang where about half of China’s Muslim population resides.Children with such names will not be granted a household registration.

China's Foreign Minister Wang Yi
Germany Urges China to Open Its Market One Step at a Time

Germany’s Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has stated that China’s efforts to open its market should be taken step by step and not hastily done, according to a report by Xinhua.

Some of the companies imitating New Balance’s brand include New Boom, New Barlun and New Bunren.
Beijing Court’s Stance on New Balance Counterfeiting Case Sets Precedent

A court in Beijing has recently awarded New Balance a rare victory in an intellectual property dispute, according to a report by the New York Times.

Zhuang Shuifa, 88, and Lin Shuishou, 90, were comrades in arms during the Second World War.
Tear-jerking Moment in China: World War 2 Veterans Reunite

The reunion of two aged veterans who fought in the Second World War went viral in China, moving plenty of people to tears, according to an article by The Telegraph.

Lee Ching-yu, the wife of Lee Ming-cheh
Wife of Taiwanese Activist Detained in China Pleads for His Safety

Lee Ming-cheh, a Taiwanese activist, has been in the custody of the Chinese government for over a month. His wife, Lee Ching-yu, is desperately calling for his release, according to an article by The Guardian.

China's submarine factory will be able to build four submarines simultaneously.
China’s Naval Power Strengthens as Nuclear Submarines To Be Built in Factory in Yellow Sea

China will be mass producing nuclear submarines in the Yellow Sea and has launched Type 092 vessels, the country’s first nuclear missile sub.

China launches first domestically made aircraft carrier.
Chinese-Manufactured Aircraft Carrier Makes Debut; Experts Say China Is Positioning for War

The first locally made aircraft carrier in China was launched and experts believe that the country is preparing for a possible war.

South Korean conglomerate Lotte has been badly hit by China's sanctions due to the THAAD issue.
THAAD Row Continues to Harm South Korean Tourism Market

South Korea is learning that it shouldn’t mess with China the hard way as the country’s tourism industry continues to experience a decline, according to a report by CNN.

GM's Plug-In Hybrid Car at Auto Shanghai 2017
China Wants More Electric Vehicles on Its Roads by Next Year

China is aggressively pushing to increase the number of electric vehicles in the country as automakers promoted the use of electric vehicles at the recent Auto Shanghai 2017, an article said.

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