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An Orphan’s letter Grabs Many Chinese People's Hearts
An essay written by an Yi ethnic orphan girl in the Daliang Mountains, Sichuan, has drawn grave concern among many Chinese people.
China’s E-commerce Transactions Hit 16 Trillion in 2014
China’s e-commerce transactions reached 16 trillion yuan in 2014, up 59.4 percent year on year, according to National Bureau of Statistics' report.
Overseas journalists invited to cover China's V-Day celebrations
Domestic and overseas journalists are welcome to cover events commemorating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II in Beijing next month, the event's publicity team said on Monday.
China to Realize Nationwide Electricity Coverage
China is planning to bring electricity to the last people in Qinghai Province who remain off the grid, according to the National Energy Administration (NEA) on Monday.
Celebrity's egg freezing sparks debates
Recently, news of famous Chinese actress Xu Jinglei freezing her eggs in the U.S. has become a hot topic online. Her action has sparked a debate over the safety and usefulness of egg freezing. The practice is, however, considered somewhat taboo.
A Japanese orphan's memory of his Chinese adoptive mother
"If my Chinese mother did not adopt me, we would not have today's interview. She saved my life and also raised me up. I can never forget her kindness in my life," says Nitaguchi Kunihiro.

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