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AI gets so-so grade in Chinese university entrance exam
An AI machine has taken the maths section of China's annual university entrance exam, finishing it faster than students but with a below average grade.
 
China and Pakistan said they are investigating the Islamic State group's claim that two Chinese teachers kidnapped in Pakistan have been killed.
 
'You disappeared?' A wife seeks her husband missing in China
When the police called, Deng Guilian was at an indoor playground watching her 3-year-old. It was 2:19 p.m., Tuesday, May 30.
 
Chinese Apple staff suspected of selling private data
Chinese authorities say they have uncovered a massive underground operation run by Apple employees selling computer and phone users' personal data.
 
Angry Chinese zoo investors feed live donkey to tigers
Visitors to a Chinese zoo got ringside seats to a shocking live feeding after a group of investors tossed a live donkey into a tiger pit.
 
Pentagon report cites China military buildup around world
China's construction of a military outpost in Djibouti is just the first of what will likely be an ongoing expansion in friendly foreign ports around the world to support distant deployments, a new Pentagon report concludes, predicting that Pakistan may be another potential location.
 
China spent eight years building the worst interchange you've ever seen
Five suspended levels and cars going in all directions: a new highway interchange is driving motorists to tears, as they find themselves lost in a concrete maze resembling a plate of spaghetti.
 
Family says Chinese activist faces subversion charge
Chinese authorities have charged rights activist Jiang Tianyong with subversion of state power, six months after he disappeared and lost contact with his family and lawyers, his wife said Tuesday.
 
Wasted green power tests China's energy leadership
China's scramble to curb pollution has made it the world leader in renewable energy development, yet increasing amounts of that green electricity have gone unused as the country struggles to integrate wind and solar power into an outdated and balkanized electricity network dominated by coal.
 
Chinese skinny-dippers defy public morals on nudity
The water might be chilly but dozens of naked men happily relax in an outdoor pool in a Beijing suburb making the most of the sunshine.
 
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