Chinese Premier Li Keqiang inspects an honor guard during an official welcoming ceremony at Parliament House in Canberra, Australia, yesterday. Li, who is on a five-day visit, said China will expand trade with Australia to close its US$50 billion a year deficit and he pledged that China would open wider to the outside world.
South Korean goalkeeper Kwoun Sun-tae can only watch as Yu Dabao steers Wang Yongpo’s (both unseen) set-piece into the bottom corner with the deftest of headers to give China a 1-0 win over South Korea in the 2018 World Cup qualifier in Changsha.
Tansuo-1, the mothership of a 4,500-meter manned submersible, returns to her home port of Sanya in south China’s Hainan Province yesterday after completing deepsea investigations in the Mariana Trench. During its 68-day mission, the vessel conducted 113 research projects with the domestically developed Haiyi underwater glider setting a new world record by reaching a depth of 6,329 meters.
SHANGHAI Library announced yesterday that 240,000 archive items — including precious manuscripts, private letters...
A sex education textbook for second graders recently created heated debates among Chinese netizens. The textbook contains pictures of reproductive organs and explanations of how they work. It also tells youngsters to respect people who have different sexual orientations. Some people think this is way too explicit. Others think the textbook provides clear guidance for children to learn something they should learn. What do you think?
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