A watertown returns to its glorious past

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A watertown returns to its glorious past

Nation

Xi Jinping, Kim Jong Un hold talks in Beijing

The two leaders had a candid and in-depth exchange of views on the current development of China-DPRK relations and the situation on the Korean Peninsula.
Finance

China to raise income tax threshold

China is considering raising the personal income tax threshold to 5,000 yuan (US$772) per month – 60,000 yuan a year – from the current 3,500 yuan, according to a draft amendment.
Metro

Shanghai soaked in plum rains

Showery weather marks start of season.
Metro

Bike firm credits users who obey the rules

Share bike firm ofo to introduce a system that will waive deposits for some users while blacklisting those who mistreat their bicycles.
Metro

New ambulance hotline serves 10,000 in 2 months

Medical transport service carries those with limited mobility from hospital to home.
Economy

China urges US to be more rational on trade issue

China on Tuesday urged the United States to be more rational concerning the ongoing trade issue and to stop undermining the interests of others as well as itself.
Economy

New dynamics reinforce China's high-quality growth

Key economic indicators for the January-May period have offered clear snapshots of a steady Chinese economy expanding with new impetus for high-quality development.
Metro

Pudong building 5 world-class culture venues

Construction of five world-class cultural facilities will be completed in the Pudong New Area in 2020, according to local authorities.
Foreign views

Too many excuses dog innovation

Winning the future through innovation is not an alien idea to most imperiled market-leading incumbents.
Chinese views

Finding 'magic' formula for global brand success

Strong brands need to have both logic and magic -- logic is about quality and the performance of products and magic is about emotions.
Nation

China had 231,564 journalists at the end of 2017

China had 231,564 press-card holding journalists at the end of 2017, according to a report released by the All-China Journalists Association on Tuesday.
Nation

Chinese researchers discover key gene can affect woman's fertility

Chinese researchers have discovered that a gene called MTOR plays a key role in the ability of women to release healthy eggs from their ovaries.
Nation

Chinese festival going global with dragon boats

The Dragon Boat Festival this year fell on June 18. However, a dragon boat race nowadays takes place any time in a year in several countries.
Metro

'Action!' called on Jackie Chan's latest film

The action-packed comedy film "Project X" began shooting on June 19 during the 21st Shanghai International Film Festival.
Nation

Chinese auditors uncover problems in Yangtze River economic belt

Auditors have discovered problems in the implementation of environmental protection policies and the use of funds involving the Yangtze River economic belt over the past two years.
Nation

China pioneers ceramic 3D printing in microgravity

One of the first civilizations to make ceramics about 10,000 years ago, China is now developing technology to manufacture ceramics in space.
Nation

China mulls law revisions to curb intervention in judicial affairs

China's top legislature began discussing bills on two draft revisions of laws on the organization of courts and procuratorates to prevent intervention in judicial affairs.
Nation

Chinese military to crack down on bureaucratic practices

The Discipline Inspection Commission under the Central Military Commission of China has released a list of bureaucratic practices in a bid to crack down on undesirable work styles.
Nation

New lab opened to protect rare animals in Giant Panda National Park

The opening ceremony of a laboratory for rare animals in the Giant Panda National Park was held on Tuesday, marking China's latest effort to protect rare animals.
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