• admission in Yichun University

    admission in Yichun University

    Yichun University has been enrollinginternational students since 2006. All the students have received systematictraining and by their hard work most of them have earned Bachelor’s Degree. Alarge number of students of the Bachelor of Medicine and Bache
  • CPC leaders discuss drafts of govt work report, development guidelines

    CPC leaders discuss drafts of govt work report, development guidelines

    BEIJING, Feb. 21 (Xinhuanet) -- Top leaders of the ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) discussed here on Tuesday two important documents reviewing the central governments work over the past year and setting the guidelines for the countrys development …
  • School fee scandal triggers Web uproar

    School fee scandal triggers Web uproar

    BEIJING, Feb. 22 -- The publication of a list of eight education institutions charging exorbitant tuition fees totaling 22.7 million yuan (US$3 million) has triggered an uproar in Internet chat rooms of Chinas leading Web sites. Netizens vented their…
  • China's "Pompei" reproduces rural life 2,000 years ago

    China's "Pompei" reproduces rural life 2,000 years ago

    ZHENGZHOU, Feb. 21 (Xinhuanet) -- An ancient village which was buried underground more than 2,000 years ago has been unearthed in Neihuang County, central Chinas Henan Province, Chinese archaeologists announced on Monday. The Sanyangzhuang ruins were…
  • Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    BEIJING, Feb. 22 (Xinhuanet) -- A special stamp was issued on Wednesday to commemorate Chinas rescission of the agricultural tax, the State Post Bureau said. First-day covers, jointly designed and printed by the China National Philatelic Corporation …
  • Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    BEIJING, Feb. 22 (Xinhuanet) -- A special stamp was issued on Wednesday to commemorate Chinas rescission of the agricultural tax, the State Post Bureau said. First-day covers, jointly designed and printed by the China National Philatelic Corporation …
  • Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    Stamp issued to commemorate rescission of agricultural tax

    BEIJING, Feb. 22 (Xinhuanet) -- A special stamp was issued on Wednesday to commemorate Chinas rescission of the agricultural tax, the State Post Bureau said. First-day covers, jointly designed and printed by the China National Philatelic Corporation …
  • Eight co-workers share US$365m jackpot

    Eight co-workers share US$365m jackpot

    Eight workers at a Nebraska meatpacking plant are really bringing home the bacon now: They stepped forward Wednesday to claim the biggest lottery jackpot in U.S. history ?US$365 million.The seven men and one woman bought the winning Powerball ticket at…
  • Chen Shui-bian warned not to go down path of secession

    Chen Shui-bian warned not to go down path of secession

    Beijing has vowed "to deal with any possible complicated situation" after Taiwan "president" Chen Shui-bian yesterday reiterated his plan to scrap the islands council and guidelines on unification with the mainland.Chen Yunlin, minis…
  • China faces daunting task on job front

    China faces daunting task on job front

    BEIJING, Feb. 20 -- Imagine 25 million men and women about the combined population of Australia and New Zealand pressing for new jobs. That is the daunting reality that the Chinese economy faces this year, the National Development and Reform Commission …
  • Regulations issued to punish officials for environmental damage

    Regulations issued to punish officials for environmental damage

    BEIJING, Feb. 20 (Xinhuanet) -- The Chinese government on Monday issued a set of regulations aiming to punish government officials for their malpractice or corruption which has resulted in environmental damage to the country. "The move is a majo…
  • Schools charging exorbitant fees put on "blacklist"

    Schools charging exorbitant fees put on "blacklist"

    BEIJING, Feb. 19 (Xinhuanet) -- Chinas State Development and Reform Commission on Sunday publicized a "blacklist" of eight schools, which were accused of charging exorbitant tuition fees totaling some 22.7 million yuan (nearly 3 million U.S. d…
  • 50% of pandas funded by individuals, private sector

    50% of pandas funded by individuals, private sector

    BEIJING, Feb. 20 -- Half of the giant pandas reared in captivity in China have been sponsored by individuals and private enterprises in China and overseas, China News Service reported on Saturday. A total of 184 pandas are raised in captivity through…
  • Chen Zhen artworks to make debut

    Chen Zhen artworks to make debut

    BEIJING, Feb. 20 -- The Shanghai Art Museum will host a display of 14 large installations created by Chen Zhen (1955-2000), one of Chinas most famous contemporary artists, starting Saturday. The show, which will run through March 18, will include one…
  • China chides US for criticism over trade, yuan

    China chides US for criticism over trade, yuan

    BEIJING, Feb. 15 -- China responded on Tuesday to U.S. demands for a stronger yuan to reduce its trade surplus by saying market forces were already driving the currency and warning Washington not to make political capital out of the issue.Chinese Premie…
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