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What Chinese premier pledges when EU at a crossroad
China promised the European Union on Monday it would hold on to its euro zone debt, saying the Greek debt crisis was Beijing’s problem headache too.
National security law stresses cyber security
China's top legislature, the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee on Wednesday adopted a new national security law which vows to "protect people's fundamental interests".
US petulance toward Belt, Road self-defeating
The recent round of China-US Strategic and Economic Dialogue provided the Obama administration with an opportunity to amend its peculiar position toward China's "One Belt, One Road" initiative.
One in five Beijingers is over 60 years of age
One in five Beijingers is aged over 60 and 113 Beijingers were newly diagnosed with cancer every day, according to the 2014 Health White Paper released on Tuesday.
Uyghur grandma grateful of government supports to her family business
With government's recent supportive policies, a 68-year-old Uyghur grandma living near Turpan base in Xinjiang Autonomous region starts her family owned agritainment business.
AIIB loans will face political challenges
The AIIB will meet problems that the ADB has met before. Some problems may relate to the fact that ADB's rules cannot adapt to the reality of the country that needs loans, but more problems can be attributed to the country's political system and governance level.

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