Thursday, 23rd, 2017 | 11:21AM Updated

China is investing in young soccer players for a bigger goal.
China Launches First College-level Soccer Program

The effects of El Nino in farmlands are getting worse.
Environmentalists Blame Mekong Delta Drought on Man-made Reservoirs

Laidoff coal and steel miners are to be assisted by the Chinese government.
Unemployed Miners to Be Retrained, Offered Early Retirement, Says Chinese Government

Russia is pushed toward deepening ties with China by pressure from the West.
Russia Deepens Financial Ties with China Against Common Enemy

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China and the United States lead the involved nations in signing the landmark climate deal.
China Responds to US Human Rights Report: 'Hold Up a Mirror'

Sectors like mining, agriculture, and equipment repair will be, however, out of the index’s reach as “good” data from these industries can be difficult to get.
Global Acreage of GM Crops Dropped 1 Percent After 20 Years

China will have 5G Internet in
China Pioneers 5G Development, Targeting 2020 Launch

Tomb raiders ship their loots overseas to earn money.
Tomb-raiding Gang Leader in China Sentenced to Death

Sectors like mining, agriculture, and equipment repair will be, however, out of the index’s reach as “good” data from these industries can be difficult to get.
China Vows Strict Monitoring of Cultivation of Genetically Modified Crops Amid Safety Worries

Soldiers raise the Chinese national flag in Sansha City in Xisha Islands.
Expert: Tours to Xisha Islands Show China's Civil Jurisdiction Over the Disputed Territory

To make matters worse, the vaccine scandal has created an atmosphere of distrust toward China’s medical system.
Hundreds of Chinese Officials Punished, 202 Suspects Arrested Over Shandong Vaccine Scandal

China is investing in young soccer players for a bigger goal.
China's Soccer Program Improvement Comes with Political and Economic Implications

Tomb raiders ship their loots overseas to earn money.
China's Relics Must Be Protected: President Xi Jinping, Premier Li Keqiang

China's top disciplinary body targets corruption and violation of disciplinary policies, not golf.
China's Scarce Love for Golf Is Due to Disciplinary Policy Violators, Says CCDI

Chinese scientists successfully modified non-viable embryos to make them HIV-resistant.
Chinese Scientists Modify Embryos to Make Them HIV-resistant, Raising Ethics Debate

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