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No abortion is without damage

2016-01-15 10:11

In China, the official data show that each year there are 8-10 million cases of abortion. And many people consider abortion as a method of contraception, especially after the painless abortion carried out.

Pushing boundaries with bamboo

2016-01-15 08:25

After spending years in the West with reputable jewelry houses, a designer returns to his roots in more ways than one.

Creating a big world through leaf carving

2016-01-14 16:37

Du Wanli, 61, is a leaf carving master in Jinan city, capital of East China's Shandong province. She can create fantastic works using these tools.

Winter pilgrimage on the way in Lhasa

2016-01-14 15:45

As the Spring Festival and the New Year on the Tibetan calendar approaching near, Buddhist disciples from all over Tibet have started their winter pilgrimages to Lhasa for pray and worship.

2 Chinese universities in top 10 of world's most int'l universities

2016-01-14 14:01

Two Chinese universities, University of Hong Kong and University of Macao, squeezed into the top 10 of the world's most international universities in 2016, according to a new list published by Times Higher Education on Thursday.

David Bowie to be honored at Brit Awards

2016-01-14 13:30

The chairman of the Brit Awards has confirmed that David Bowie's "extraordinary life and work" will be honored at this year's ceremony, which is set for London's O2 Arena on February 24.

National Art Museum showing 400 puppets in new exhibition

2016-01-14 11:34

An exhibition featuring 400 puppets held its opening day at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing on Jan 13. The puppets are all from the Xu Zhuchu collection.

Finest Chinese porcelains expected to fetch over $28 million

2016-01-14 11:16

One of the finest Chinese porcelain collections in history will be put up for auction, with an overall estimated price of over 20 million pounds ($28.8 million).

Monkey portraits by Chinese ink painting masters

2016-01-14 09:09

Adopting few colors, mainly black, yellow, and a little red, monkeys painted in a calligraphic way are no less vivid than primates brushed with thick oils.

Naturalist urges interaction with world around us

2016-01-14 08:47

As a naturalist and professor of the history of science at Peking University, Liu Huajie says his main task is to help his students get to know the beauty of nature.

Where angels tread

2016-01-14 08:39

At 33, Wu Chen, a researcher with a Beijing hospital, is the youngest recipient of an annual award for her study of genetics related to cancer, Liu Zhihua reports.

Glass sculptures of American artist exhibited in Shanghai

2016-01-13 14:26

A piece of work is seen during an exhibition of glass sculptures by American artist Toots Zynsky in Shanghai, East China, Jan 12, 2016.

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