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The annual Spring Festival travel rush has started earlier than usual. Economic pressure and the high cost of living in urban areas may be to blame

A national award winner who donated his eight million yuan prize to education sparked discussions online about the social obligations of prize winners and the public pressure they face

Now is a precious window of opportunity to influence US perceptions of China beyond “strategic rival,” argues an international relations scholar

Enterprises which produce pollutants on the list will have to take responsibility for dealing with potential toxins and other harmful waste products

The move reveals the government's efforts to interfere less in the consumer market, read an editorial in the Yanzhao Metropolis Daily

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Top economist says the best way to bolster the private sector is creating a level playing field in which the market will play a pivotal role in resource allocation

After an elite elementary school divided its campus with a steel fence to separate its students from those of a relocated school catering to students from migrant families, the backlash from both sides focused attention on the imbalance of educational resources


Amid Chinese government restrictions on online telemedicine, companies in the sector are struggling

A food safety scandal at an exclusive international school in Shanghai has enraged parents who demanded tightened supervision on school cafeterias


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