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China urges US to remain cautious on trade restrictions
China's Ministry of Commerce said Saturday that it hoped the United States would be cautious with the use of restrictive trade measures.
"Comfort women" memorial unveiled in San Francisco
The unveiling of the memorial, which includes a sculpture of three girls -- Korean, Chinese and Filipino -- took place on the second anniversary of a resolution passed by San Francisco city.
84 pct Chinese can go out without cash: report
Based on statistics collected from 6,596 users around 324 Chinese cities, the report said 40 percent of Chinese go out with less than 100 Chinese yuan (15.2 U.S. dollars) of cash.
Beijing issues construction guideline for joint ownership housing
China's housing authority has endorsed a pilot joint ownership housing scheme in Beijing and Shanghai, as part of government efforts to stabilize the property market.
Bunk bed college death prompts concern
Traditional bunks beds, along with newer loft-style beds with desks, are widely used in Chinese colleges. As yet there are no legal standards for furniture of this kind.
College student rollerskates from Chengdu to Tibet
It wasn't an easy trip, with Zheng battling speeding traffic, the weather and altitude on his quest. But he made plenty of new friends.


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