Wednesday, 23rd, 2018 | 6:33AM Updated

Travel innovations seek to provide commuters with more convenience as they travel during China's Spring Festival rush.
China Spring Festival 2017: New Tech Set to Ease Travel Rush Ahead of Chunyun

A viral footage involving Tencent shows that sexism remains rampant in China's workplaces.
Sexism in China Today: Tencent Denounces Viral Video of Sexually Suggestive Game During Yearly Party

Didier Drogba looks to follow through his departure from Montreal Impact with a move to Olympique Marseille, but such is becoming more unlikely following fans' frustration over his refusal for a pay cut.
Olympique Marseille Fans Reject Didier Drogba Comeback, Tells Chelsea Legend To ‘Stop Being A Crybaby

ictured here is a similar facility named the LINAC-based Coherent Light Source (LCLS) of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC).
Chinese Scientists Score Breakthrough with World’s Brightest FEL Light Source Facility

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James Rodriguez continues to be the subject of interest of the Chinese Super League's cash-rich clubs.
Chinese Super League News: Chinese Clubs Continue to Fancy Real Madrid Midfielder James Rodriguez

The World Cup's expansion to 48 countries starting in 2026 can become a cause of hope or concern for the Chinese national team.
China’s FIFA World Cup Bid: Will Tournament’s Expansion to 48 Countries Give Chinese Football a Chance?

China is just the third country after Germany and the U.S. to develop a hydrogen fuel cell aircraft. Pictured here is Germany's HY4 aircraft.
China Unveils Tests for Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft

Chinese tech firms have become key figures in the spotlight during CES 2017. Shown here is Baidu's IOT innovation: the Little Fish video talking robot.
CES 2017: Three Innovative Chinese Tech Products That Get the Spotlight

Beijing’s smog problem is a recurring phenomenon that highlights the gravity of air pollution in the city and the need for tougher measures.
China Smog Problem: Ministries Vow Swift, Comprehensive Action Against Pollution

About one year after China loosened its draconian one-child policy, several Chinese couples remain reluctant to have a second child.
Despite China’s Two-Child Policy, Families Remain Reluctant to Have Baby No. 2

Zhou Jing, the writer of the popular novel-turned-drama
‘The Princess Weiyoung’ Writer Faces Court Case Over Plagiarism Accusations

China's pension problem is set to aggravate in the absence of medical system applications.
Issues in Merging Pension Market with Medical System Put China’s Old People in Peril

A Chinese worker arranges bottles of quality locally made wine called baijiu at the Guizhou Huaizhuang Liquor Group.
Thirst for Profits: Best-selling Baijiu Liquor Sparks Chinese Stock Growth

A male graduate student at the Shanghai University of Sport was caught on camera physically assaulting his female classmate. In photo is a security camera.
Caught on Video: Shanghai University of Sport Graduate Student Assaults Female Classmate

U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's protectionist remarks risk retaliation from China.
US-China Trade War: Chinese Govt to Probe American Companies Should Trump Slap Tariffs

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