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Photo record of parentage testing using DNA

Three kinds of people require parentage testing using DNA: couples with crisis of trust; single-parent family in which the husband's side asks for parentage testing; families that want to emigrate, according to relevant state regulations.

 

 

Photo shows making and application of e-passport

Starting from May 15, China's police departments will be issuing a new, microchipped ordinary passport which contains digitized data of the bearer's fingerprint and signature, in addition to the bearer's name, birth date and portrait photo.

 

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Yunyang Hanjiang Bridge to open to traffic

 

    China launches new remote-sensing satellite

 

Newly-built vessel to sail for South China Sea gasfield 

 

Transportation expo kicks off in Beijing

 

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People appealed to donate stem cell on Mother's Day

The second annual "Thanks Mom" Stem cell drive event attracted about 400 new donors to come as one of the mother's day activities.

 

Glimpse of World Expo in Yeosu, South Korea 

Visitors experience simulate fire balloon at the World Expo in Yeosu, South Korea, on May 13, 2012.

China, foreign countries competing for mobile Internet market

Mobile Internet is expanding as a delicious cake, and China is the most conspicuous. 

Digital information kiosk in Beijing 

About 1,000 such kind of new digital information kiosks are expected to serve people in the capital city within this year.

China's first deepwater pipelay crane vessel ready to sail

Photo taken on May 14, 2012 shows the facilities on the newly-built "Hai Yang Shi You 201", China's first deepwater pipelay crane vessel, in Qingdao, a coastal city of east China's Shandong Province.

Nanjing University develops hydrogen-powered vehicles

On May 12, Kunshan Innovation Institute of Nanjing University donated 20 hydrogen-powered vehicles to celebrate the university's 110 founding anniversary. The vehicles are powered by hydrogen fuel cells which is environment friendly, efficient and quiet.

 

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 Science Anecdotes NO.001: China eyes launches of more Beidou satellites

 Science Anecdotes NO.002: CNOOC 981 begins operations in South China Sea

People's Daily Online Special: What do you need to know about China's E-passport

 

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