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Frontier soldiers train in freezing cold
Heihe is famous in China for its cold climate, with winters as long as more than six months. The lowest temperatures can reach negative 47 degrees Celsius.
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Test scores no longer sole criteria for success
China's Ministry of Education recently took a critical step in its initiative to reform the college entrance exam system, aiming to reverse exam-oriented education to help fuel future growth.
Female border soldiers in live fire training in snow
Chinese female soldiers used to only be deployed in big cities with stable conditions, but as military sector reform deepens, more and more female soldiers are finding their assignments change from "peacekeeping" to "combat," and some of them have been assigned positions at checkpoints along the country's border.
- Female special security team
- PLA's female fighter plane pilots to make debut at air show
- Xi visits Beijing Normal University
- First Hope Primary school set in quake-hit area
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New recruits of North China Sea Fleet pass first inspection
Kids rock the kitchen
Railway staff keep fashion on track
Panda triplets naming contest draws 1.2 mln entries
China to build spacelab in 2022
China to build spacelab in 2022
More Chinese traveling overseas for clean air
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18 college students join hands to save suicidal woman
On Dec 7, 2014, a woman in yellow walked alone into the sea, and was soon submerged in Qinhuangdao.
- Iron girl's boxing dream
- Guo Meimei in Beijing custody
- Crazy English founder apprenticed to Shaolin abbot Shi Yongxin
Assistance centers for homeless children
The assistance centers in Guangzhou that accommodate children who used to wander the streets of the city hope to return each child to his or her family.
- The reunion of one big American and Chinese family
- Children smile after the quake
- Contemporary Chinese views on love and marriage
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Chinese auto glass tycoon releases autobiography
Peking Opera performed by international students
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Town of Orange invites you to have fun in golden fall
Scenery of rape flowers in Tibet
Spectacular views of West Sichuan
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