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Two nations sign agreements covering trade, culture and water resources
Drugs smuggled from abroad, including Southeast Asia and some Central and South Asian countries, are the main sources of underground drug use across China, according to a senior anti-drug official from the Ministry of Public Security.
Despite China and India's arguments about territory issues and trade imbalances, Premier Li Keqiang's stop in India during his first overseas trip since he took the office has undoubtedly sent a positive and friendly signal.
The output of China's marine economy will account for at least 13 percent of the country's GDP in 2020 from 9.6 percent now, driven by the country's surging interest in the sector, a report by a government think tank said on Monday.
Previously barred Myanmar leader to meet Obama and woo business
China and Tajikistan established a strategic partnership on Monday, which observers said would benefit the two countries' economies and regional stability.
A young foreign student snapped a shot of a group of students on a boat trip 30 years ago. Now he is back to find out what had happened to the lives of these students and their teachers.
The Wenchuan earthquake transformed the lives of many, including Sichuan villagers who opened rural resorts after their land was ruined.
Pancun village has been left unspoiled by modern life, giving visitors a rare glimpse into life as it was lived in a different time.