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China marks World Health Day 2016
Students at a local elementary school learn to provide first aid in Hefei, east China's Anhui Province, on April 6, 2016.
Erecting eggs to greet 'Chunfen'
Sunday marks this year's "Chunfen," according to the Chinese lunar calendar, which literally means vernal equinox.
More older pregnant women expected
Hospitals and health authorities across China are bracing for an expected surge in older pregnant women this year, after the country adopted a second-child policy.
- China marks World Health Day 2016
- Erecting eggs to greet 'Chunfen'
- Peking opera embodied into daily schooling
- More older pregnant women expected
- Chinese celebrate Winter Solstice
- Growing pains for China's 'only-child' generation
- Two-child policy puts pressure on sperm banks
- Father builds giant transformer for son
- Veteran searches for old friends via bus ad
- Abducted women becomes model teacher
- A WW II veteran's love story
- Red Cross groups start screening children for CHD
- Kunming University opens online store to 'sell' graduates
- 60 mln kids in China living without their parents
- What are the most prestigious jobs in China?
- Female adult ceremony held in NW China
- The changing history of school uniforms in China
- An 18-truck wedding motorcade in Shaanxi
- Changes for miners in the last 30 years
- From a toddler to a beautiful mother
- Nadam: Time to celebrate harvests
- Tibetan cliff engravers
- A high-end blind date held in Wuhan
- Say hello to the second child
- Assistance centers for homeless children
- The yoga dream of the disabled
- Family of nine struggles to survive
- Chinese lonely hearts shop for sweethearts online
- Romantic temptation for temporary boyfriend
- Students returning from overseas have trouble finding jobs
- New semester, new faces at Tsinghua University
- The reunion of one big American and Chinese family
- 9-yr-old girl takes lead for 7-province journey
- Children smile after the quake
- Contemporary Chinese views on love and marriage
- Chinese graduate employment in 2013
- Higher degree graduates face battle in job market
- Dream coming true for a family adrift
- Parents pray to Confucius before Gaokao
- A glimpse into the world of autistic children
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