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Roller sports athlete hauls in her third gold in two days
Princes William and Harry 'glad' to walk behind their mother's coffin
Universiade athletes are loving this Taiwanese treat
34 injured, flights cancelled as typhoon batters Hong Kong
Maduro seeks Interpol arrest warrant for former attorney general
Hong Kong jails three democracy activists over anti-China protests
A Hong Kong appeals court on Thursday sentenced three student leaders and democracy activists to prison terms for their part in anti-China protests in 2014.
Indian media hit back at 'racist' Chinese video amid border tensions
A video published on China's state-run media with derogatory depictions of Indians has provoked accusations of racism in India.
Tone down rhetoric on war, Xi told Trump
The concerned parties should avoid remarks and actions that could escalate tensions on the peninsula, Chinese president told his U.S. counterpart.
[Update] Southwest China hit by 7.0-magnitude earthquake, 19 killed
Latest: The death toll from a powerful earthquake that hit China's south-western Sichuan province rose to 19, with 247 injured, local authorities said on Wednesday
China's trade growth weakens in July
China's import and export growth slowed in July, the first deceleration in three months.
Tai chi catches on with Chinese entrepreneurs
China's billionaires and successful entrepreneurs are embracing tai chi, a homegrown gentle exercise or martial art characterized by rhythmic circular movements, to boost not just personal well-being but company profits, launch new products and services, and transform corporate cultures.
Beijing starts to regulate bike sharing
Guideline includes requirements for real-name registration and bars services to children under 12.
Trump trade action could hinder ties, Beijing warns
Anticipated U.S.investigation targeting China's practices an 'abuse of status', a Chinese trade official said
China might not be the most populous country in the world by 2024
Currently, China with 1.41 billion population and India with 1.34 billion remain the two most populous countries.
China wanted music awards with legitimacy, so it looked to Taiwan
The first CMIC Music Awards were held on July 20, but getting there was a whole lot of work.
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