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Temple and pagoda relics bring history to life

Hundreds of antiques from Jingzhi Temple and Jingzhongyuan Pagoda are now on display at Zhejiang Museum’s Wulin Pavilion through January 1 in Hangzhou....

Wu Huixin | December 19, 2014, Friday

Strolling through history in old lanes

Thoroughfares dotted with clothing stores and boutiques reflect a city’s modern side....

Wu Huixin | December 17, 2014, Wednesday

Legal changes coming to domestic abuse

Domestic violence has gained traction as an important issue that needs to be addressed both legally and socially....

Wu Huixin | December 16, 2014, Tuesday

Plans for Line 3

A BLUEPRINT for Metro Line 3 has the route stretching 36 kilometers from Xixi Wetland Park to Linping Town....

December 15, 2014, Monday

Super congested

Hangzhou continued to be the second most congested city in China in the third quarter, according to navigation service company AutoNavi....

December 15, 2014, Monday

Controlling emissions

The Hangzhou Environmental Protection Bureau issued emissions quota cards to industrial companies....

December 15, 2014, Monday

Conference backers

Ten doctors, engineers, academics and artists were hired on Monday by the Hangzhou government as “Conference Ambassadors” to attract international forums to the city....

December 15, 2014, Monday

No cheap plates

It will no longer be possible to win a car plate at this month’s auction with a starting price of 10,000 yuan (US$1,634), officials said....

December 15, 2014, Monday

Oh yeah! We’re adults now

Students dressed in Han Dynasty (206 BC-AD 220) clothing take a selfie after a ceremony held in Hangzhou’s Confucius Temple last week. More than 450 senior high school students celebrated turning 18...

December 15, 2014, Monday

Pagoda’s ancient artifacts on display for 1st time

LEIFENG Pagoda has stood silently watching over Hangzhou for more than 1,000 years. It has been destroyed and rebuilt and is famous nationwide due to a tragic legend of ill-fated lovers. Built on a hill ...

Wu Huixin | December 12, 2014, Friday


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