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Helicopter wedding a village hit - World News
Helicopter wedding a village hit 6 hours ago
A groom in East China surely had his new bride feeling she was walking on air when they arrived at their wedding ceremony by helicopter on Wednesday.
Man arrested after violent bite of small boy's buttocks on street -World News
Man arrested after violent bite of small boy's buttocks on street 6 hours ago
A Fujian Province man accused of snatching a toddler from his mother and biting his buttocks until it bled is in police custody.
Police clear protesters from Legco peacefully -World News
Police clear protesters from Legco peacefully 6 hours ago
Police have finished clearing about 100 demonstrators from outside the Legislative Council where they have been camped out in protest against plans to...
Finland: Santa Claus visits local school -World News
Finland: Santa Claus visits local school 7 hours ago
On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Independence of Finland, the Finnish Embassy invited a Santa Claus from Finland to bring Christmas gifts and blessings to some 80 children in Guangai School in Shunyi district on December 6.
Maldives: Presidential visit marks deep ties -World News
Maldives: Presidential visit marks deep ties 7 hours ago
During the visit of the President of the Maldives Abdulla Yameen to China, the grand ceremonial event marking the 45th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and Maldives took place at the Legendale Hotel Beijing on December 6.
Mexico: Concert by Mexican conductor held -World News
Mexico: Concert by Mexican conductor held 7 hours ago
As a part of the cultural promotional program by the Mexican Embassy in Beijing, the music performance by the renowned Mexican music conductor Carlos Miguel Prieto took place at the Forbidden City Concert Hall on December 1, during which the music composi
Thailand: Embassy remembers the late King -World News
Thailand: Embassy remembers the late King 7 hours ago
On the occasion of the National Day of Thailand, the birthday anniversary of the late King Thailand Bhumibol Adulyadej and Thailand’s Father’s Day, a ceremonial event took place at JW Marriott Hotel on December 4, drawing the participation of several
The hype reawakens: 'Star Wars' stages 'Last Jedi' premiere -World News
The hype reawakens: 'Star Wars' stages 'Last Jedi' premiere 7 hours ago
The trailers have dropped, the frantic media tours have concluded and the phony war is over: Star Wars: The Last Jedi finally began the real battle on Saturday at its glittering world premiere.
Green vehicle battery challenge -World News
Green vehicle battery challenge 7 hours ago
As the market for new energy vehicles (NEVs) continues to boom, China is now the largest NEV battery producer in the world. But that opportunity has come with a challenge: how should the country responsibly recycle the growing number of redundant batterie
Putin in quick trip to Egypt, Syria -World News
Putin in quick trip to Egypt, Syria 7 hours ago
Russian President Vladimir Putin praised historic and strategic ties with Egypt.
China increasingly attractive to foreign professionals -World News
China increasingly attractive to foreign professionals 8 hours ago
It took Nikita Ermakov, a second-year Russian student at Peking University’s Yenching Academy, four months of job hunting and many interviews before he finally got an offer from the HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate on the Fortune 500 list. He is curren
France bids farewell to rocker Johnny Hallyday -World News
France bids farewell to rocker Johnny Hallyday 9 hours ago
France paid an emotional farewell on Saturday to Johnny Hallyday - the singer who taught the country how to rock - in a highly theatrical
Can China, India rebuild trust as border tensions linger? -World News
Can China, India rebuild trust as border tensions linger? 9 hours ago
China and India agreed on Monday to work together to build trust as tensions between the two Asian giants continued to simmer along their shared border. China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi held bilateral talks with India’s External Affairs Minis
Injuries, suspect in custody after explosion in New York -World News
Injuries, suspect in custody after explosion in New York 11 hours ago
New York emergency authorities were responding to reports of an explosion at New York’s Port Authority, one of the city’s busiest commuter hubs, during Monday morning’s rush hour. Local news channel WABC cited police sources as saying a
Julliard gives honorary doctorate to Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping -World News
Julliard gives honorary doctorate to Peng Liyuan, wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping 12 hours ago
The wife of Chinese President Xi Jinping has been awarded an honorary doctorate from the world-renowned Juilliard School for the performing arts in the United States. Peng Liyuan – a soprano and popular folk singer – was presented with the de
Putin orders partial Russian withdrawal from Syria during surprise visit -World News
Putin orders partial Russian withdrawal from Syria during surprise visit 12 hours ago
Declaring a victory in Syria, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday visited a Russian military airbase in the country and announced a partial pull-out of Russian forces from the Middle East nation. Putin’s visit marks his first trip to Syria, d
Operator of Hong Kong’s The Boxes mall near Shenzhen border scrambles to meet soft launch deadline after Christmas -World News
Operator of Hong Kong’s The Boxes mall near Shenzhen border scrambles to meet soft launch deadline after Christmas 12 hours ago
Following repeated delays, the operator of Hong Kong’s first outlet shopping centre near the Shenzhen border is scrambling to meet a soft launch deadline after Christmas amid last-ditch attempts to lure tenants. Import and export sector lawmaker Won
Defamation case filed against Regina Ip -World News
Defamation case filed against Regina Ip 13 hours ago
The founder of the Lion Rock Institute, Simon Lee, is suing New People's Party chairwoman Regina Ip for defamation, over allegations she made against...
In the zone: 90 minutes of doing nothing at all in Taipei ‘Space-out’ -World News
In the zone: 90 minutes of doing nothing at all in Taipei ‘Space-out’ 13 hours ago
Dozens of people sat in silence in the middle of bustling Taipei on Sunday afternoon, competing to do nothing without falling asleep or – worse – checking their phones. Part performance art, the Fifth International Space-out Competition aimed
Ex-Legco chief says rule changes go overboard -World News
Ex-Legco chief says rule changes go overboard 14 hours ago
Former Legco president Andrew Wong on Monday weighed into the row over proposed legislature rule changes, saying both the pro-establishment camp and t...
Pop-up market face a new problem – lack of traders -World News
Pop-up market face a new problem – lack of traders 14 hours ago
A long-delayed pop-up shopping complex, designed to lure mainland shoppers and parallel traders away from areas near the border, is now facing a new p...
Health authorities issue warning on scarlet fever -World News
Health authorities issue warning on scarlet fever 14 hours ago
The Centre for Health Protection has issued a warning to parents and schools about a sharp increase in the number of scarlet fever cases – a bacterial...
Someone in the UK watched ‘Bee Movie’ 357 times in 2017 -World News
Someone in the UK watched ‘Bee Movie’ 357 times in 2017 14 hours ago
By Bobbie Edsor We all fall victim to a day on the sofa in front of Netflix every now and again. But one unidentified Netflix subscriber caused a buzz when they took a movie binge to the next level. In Netflix’s 2017 “Year in Review,”
Saudi Arabia to allow cinemas to reopen after decades of prohibition as crown prince’s reforms continue -World News
Saudi Arabia to allow cinemas to reopen after decades of prohibition as crown prince’s reforms continue 14 hours ago
Saudi Arabia on Monday lifted a decades-long ban on cinemas, part of a series of social reforms by the powerful crown prince that are shaking up the ultra-conservative kingdom. The government said it would begin licensing cinemas immediately and the first
China should come clean on local government debt, International Monetary Fund report says -World News
China should come clean on local government debt, International Monetary Fund report says 14 hours ago
China should broaden its accounting methods to include off-budget quasi-fiscal spending to provide a clearer picture of its debt mountain, according to a report by economists from the International Monetary Fund. Beijing’s accounts should encompass