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A security guard's dream in Beijing
"Beijing is my home and my dream is to be an excellent security guard," Zhu Liang Yu, a 42-year-old security officer in Beijing with a master's degree, said when talking about his lifelong dream.
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CPPCC members focus on smog control
Political advisors proposed that China take various measures, including building more forest belts and nuclear power plants, to curb smog.
Get ready for a relaxed one-child policy
Some deputies to the National People's Congress from Beijing suggested that the capital city should take various measures to get it ready for a more relaxed one-child policy.
- Offer the elderly better community-based care
- CPPCC member: dual fuel solution to emissions
- Care for disavantaged groups
- Dream for me, dream for Shandong University Of Arts, dream for China
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Art students' skills show in Qingdao
Ukraine ballet troupe brings Swan Lake to Nanning
China Post launches lunar landing stamps
Largest appetite among Asia-Pacific countries & regions
China's second richest man Li Yanhong worth $11.9 bln
100,000 Bitcoins traded in China everyday
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Ph.D candidate couple sells octopus balls
One Ph.D candidate couple sells octopus balls to challenge the idea that only university teachers and public officials are decent occupations for doctoral students.
- Chinese girl bikes through 16 nations
- Farmer explores business of bugs
- Hong Kong transsexual woman allowed to marry her boyfriend
NGO calls for protection of left-behind girls
NGO calls for protection of left-behind girls
The Beijing Cultural and Development Center for Rural Women has mapped out a program to protect left-behind children, especially girls.
- Klett brings China new babysitting theory
- China's first nude photographer
- Sitting exams becomes pet subject for students
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Chinese films rule domestic box office in 2013
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Lawyer fined for revealing pseudonymous author was JK Rowling
Art students' skills show in Qingdao
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Travel guide: 6 popular ski resorts in China
Paradise for swans
Unique rime scenery along Songhua River
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