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October, 2, 2016

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PRC marks 67th National Day
People hold smartphones aloft as they try to take photos of the dawn flag-raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square on National Day in Beijing, Saturday, Oct. 1. Saturday marked the 67th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.
Hong Kong's leader called on the city to unite behind its current political system Saturday in the face of increasing calls for independence from mainland China, as protesters were bundled from the auditorium where he was speaking.
Kids to the rescue
Children enjoy mechanical robot rides at a park in Beijing, Friday, Sept. 30.
Landslides in Zhejiang leave 6 dead, 23 missing
Six people are reported dead and at least 23 people are still missing after two landslides triggered by a major typhoon swept through separate villages in southeastern China, state media reported.
Luxury watchmaker knows what makes it tick
Raynald Aeschlimann, global president and CEO of premium watch producer Omega SA, first came to China about 20 years ago.
International airports have become the new battlefield for the country's top internet companies as they gear up for over-seas expansion by providing Chinese outbound travelers with more e-wallet services.
Skincare, make-up drive consumer goods growth
China's skincare and make-up sectors registered strong growth of 12 and 10 percent respectively last year with South Korean and Japanese brands making up the lion's share of the increase, according to an industry report.
Chinese listed companies are chasing insurance licenses, hoping to gain low-cost capital amid the economic slowdown.
BlackBerry stops making phones
It's official. BlackBerry Ltd, the Canadian company that invented the smartphone and addicted legions of road warriors to the "CrackBerry", has stopped making its iconic handsets.
China sets up alliance to give real boost to virtual reality sector
China set up an industry alliance for virtual reality (VR) on Thursday, in a move to accelerate the application of VR in entertainment, education and manufacturing.
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