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Battery Charging Available on Trains
Battery Charging Available on Trains

Updated:1383104156Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Since Oct. 1, the power outlets in the trains from Zhengzhou to Beijing,Shanghai and Guangzhou can be used and that other destinations will have the availability in 2014.

The Ritz-Carlton, Tianjin Officially Opens in North East China
The Ritz-Carlton, Tianjin Officially Opens in North East China

Updated:1383031562Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

At the historical heart of the former British concession and modern downtown business district, the property takes its architectural inspiration from the neo-classical style of the early 20th century.
Chinese Long for Different Kind of Holiday
Chinese Long for Different Kind of Holiday

Updated:1381478092Source:Xinhua

According to figures released by the national holiday office, 428 million tourists traveled in China over the week-long holiday, bringing in total revenues of 223.3 billion yuan (36.5 billion U.S. dollars).
Official Cooks Up a Storm
Official Cooks Up a Storm

Updated:1381390005Source:Global Times

Chinese Net users are angry with a Beijing official who said on October 8 that people who cook at home are "greatly contributing" to the country's PM2.5 emissions.
Rare Chinese Characters Included in Dictionary and Computer
Rare Chinese Characters Included in Dictionary and Computer

Updated:1377843056Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

Recently, the Education Department of China has announced a character list for common use. The table is made from the survey of households in 18 provinces.
Insurance Company Offers Compensation for Lack of Moon on Mid-autumn Day
Insurance Company Offers Compensation for Lack of Moon on Mid-autumn Day

Updated:1377672480Source:Lifeofguangzhou.com

If you cannot see the moon between 20:00 on the Mid-autumn Day (September 19) and 2:00 a.m. on September 20 because of the weather, you can be compensated.
Danger in Supermarket Plastic Wrap
Danger in Supermarket Plastic Wrap

Updated:1375156670Source:Shanghai daily

China Central Television recently reported that plastic film used by supermarkets to wrap meat and vegetables may contain banned toxic plasticizers that could lead to disorder of endocrine system.
Fast-food Ice Dirtier than Their Toilets
Fast-food Ice Dirtier than Their Toilets

Updated:1374633909Source:China.org

Ice cubes used by fast-food giants KFC, McDonald's and Guangzhou-based Kungfu at branches in Beijing contained bacteria far in excess of the national limit, according to China Central Television.
China Releases New Exit-entry Regulation for Foreigners
China Releases New Exit-entry Regulation for Foreigners

Updated:1374632945Source:China.org

The Chinese government promulgated a new exit-and-entry regulation on Monday to standardize the issuance of visas for foreigners, as well as related services and management.
China to Upgrade Urban Drainage Systems
China to Upgrade Urban Drainage Systems

Updated:1373879489Source:Xinhua

A guideline for upgrading drainage systems in cities across the country has been developed, a move to respond to public calls for updating poor drainage networks.
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