South Korean, DPRK leaders promise to meet more often after ongoing summit

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South Korean, DPRK leaders promise to meet more often after ongoing summit


China's industrial profits up 11.6% in Q1

Profits of China's major industrial firms maintained a steady growth, but at a slower pace of 11.6 percent in the first quarter of 2018, data showed on Friday.

Lady Luck enters the home-buying market

It seems there's one more step to buying a dream house, or perhaps even just putting a decent roof over your head. Lady Luck needs to be on your side.

The future of driving: clean and connected

China is the largest market in the world for non-polluting vehicles, and the nation is pledged to accelerate that development in the coming years.
Foreign views

Shanghai is the mainland's top city for expats again, but what do you love about living here?

In case you didn't know, Shanghai was recently voted, for the sixth year in a row, the most attractive city for expats living on Chinese mainland. Are you surprised?

Descendants of Lu Xun, Dante boost Sino-Italy cultural exchange

The descendants of Chinese writer Lu Xun and Italian poet Dante Alighieri held a dialogue in Shanghai to boost cultural exchanges between China and Europe.

Thousands of illegal publications destroyed in crackdown

Local authorities used giant shredders to destroy a batch of pornography and other illegal publications on Thursday morning in a tough crackdown on infringement and piracy.

Suspects held for tricking senior citizens with fake stocks

The suspects allegedly sold health products to senior citizens with free "stocks" which didn't exist – most victims were enticed to buy the products due to the free stocks.

China to further shorten trademark review cycle

China will further shorten the trademark review cycle to less than four months and improve its current trademark registration services by 2020.

Frontier foxtrot: Moon and Kim's unprompted DMZ dance

It all went to show that even for a moment as carefully planned, the best-laid preparations rarely run totally to schedule.

S.Korean, DPRK leaders begin formal talks in 3rd Inter-Korean summit

South Korean President Moon Jae-in and top leader of DPRK Kim Jong Un began formal talks in the South Korean side of the border village of Panmunjom.
Chinese views

Time to give history a nudge to achieve lasting peace on Korean Peninsula

The globally watched summit, the third of its kind, sends out a positive signal for the denuclearization and reconciliation on the Korean Peninsula.

US Senate confirms Pompeo as secretary of state

The US Senate on Thursday narrowly confirmed Mike Pompeo as the new secretary of state to replace Rex Tillerson.

Xi lays down red lines for Yangtze River development

Chinese President Xi Jinping yesterday called for achieving high-quality economic growth through developing the Yangtze River economic belt.

UK, France and Germany nearing deal to save Iran nuke agreement

Macron called on the US not to abandon Iran nuclear deal as Western envoys said Britain, France and Germany were nearing a package that seeks to persuade Trump to save the pact.

Historic theater ready for grand reopening

The historic Great Theater of China near People's Square will reopen in June after a major renovation and feature performances from both home and abroad.

Arts festival, cruise parade among many festivities for 3-day holiday

About 50 events from art festival and cruise parade to flower exhibitions and marathon will be held across the city for the upcoming three-day May Day holiday.

German music award scrapped amid raging anti-Semitism row

Organizers of German Echo music prize scrapped their main award due to an anti-Semitism row as thousands of Germans rallied in solidarity with Jews after a spate of hate crimes.

CPC expels 2 officials after corruption probe

Wang Xiaolin, former deputy director of National Energy Administration and Li Yihuang, ex-vice governor of Jiangxi Province, have been expelled from the Party and public office.

Father admits abandoning newborn in the hospital

A MAN admitted abandoning his newborn daughter in a hospital when he appeared at Hongkou District People's Court yesterday.