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Expat caught up in the spirit of Spring Festival

A Swiss volunteer kept on the rounds this night, the Chinese New Year Eve, to ensure her neighborhood in Shanghai remains free of fireworks.  
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Figure skaters Sui and Han win China second silver medal at PyeongChang Olympics

Figure skaters Sui Wenjing and Han Cong won China's second silver medal at PyeongChang Olympics today in pair event.
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China moves to ensure safe sea-travel during Spring Festival

Altogether 72 salvage ships and 20 helicopters have been deployed in China's coastal waters to ensure travel safety at sea during the Spring Festival
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Report: Most Internet scam victims are young people

A report reveals that China's younger generation account for most of the victims of Internet scams.
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China lose to Olympic atheletes from Russia in PyeongChang Games women's curling

Olympic atheletes from Russia compete during the women round robin event of curling against China today at 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympic Games.
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Residents line up for Shanghai's special New Year treats

Lining up for nianhuo, or New Year goods, is just another aspect of the Spring Festival here in Shanghai.

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Spiderman crawls onto car roofs in China

The car decoration toys have become a new fad in Chinese provinces such as Hunan, Henan, Hainan, Shandong and Qinghai, though nobody seems to know where the trend originated from.
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China coast guard breaks 891 smuggling cases in 2017

Foreign garbage was also seized as the Chinese government has entirely banned foreign waste from entering the country to protect the environment and public health.
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China combats illegal, harmful videos online

Websites with severe violations will be closed and those who are suspected of crimes will be prosecuted.
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China's quiz shows banned from promoting 'money worship' and extravagance

The live-streaming platforms cannot promote "mammonism, extravagance, or sensationalism," nor may they feature excessive marketing during shows.
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