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  1. China's new rice varieties feed demand for moreRead the original story

    Friday Nov 23 | Xinhuanet

    The cultivation of hybrid rice has expanded in China for more than four decades. But while yields have increased, the eating and cooking qualities of many varieties failed the taste test.


  2. Why bands like - The Landlord's Cat' are dancing to NetEase MusicRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 3, 2018 | South China Morning Post

    NetEase has been investing heavily to support the budding careers of independent musicians with the aim of generating a fresh supply of high-quality content Chinese technology companies are rushing into the country's burgeoning online entertainment space with more consumers prepared to pay for content When The Landlord's Cat, a Chinese indie folk duo formed by university friends in Wuchang city, planned to break up in 2016 to take on "serious jobs" after finding it hard to make ends meet, a friend encouraged them to give it a final try by selling their album through Chinese streaming platform NetEase Cloud Music after fan requests.


  3. Drawing on a wider canvasRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 16, 2018 | China Daily

    Father, an iconic oil painting by Luo Zhongli, at the Dawn of Spring Breeze exhibition at The National Art Museum of China. [Photo by Jiang Dong/China Daily] In 1944, an overturned boat near Chongqing brought a premature end to the ambition of Tang Yihe, an artist and educator.


  4. Company Touts AI-Powered Facial RecognitionRead the original story

    Oct 9, 2018 | China Digital Times

    "From a technical point of view, we still lag behind developed countries such as the United States [on artificial intelligence quality]. But in some areas, such as speech recognition, image recognition, facial scanning, etc., we may be at the forefront of the world."


  5. Sorrowful rice' from Stephen Chow film revived by chef who invented itRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 15, 2018 | South China Morning Post

    Chef Dai Lung, who created roasted pork and rice dish Stephen Chow's character served in 1996 film God of Cookery, has tweaked it for menu at new restaurant in Hong Kong Hong Kong chef Dai Lung is relishing the media attention and getting into his set poses - giving a thumbs up, arms folded in front of his chest, or holding a massive traditional chopper. The 70-year-old is enjoying a renaissance after more than 50 years as a chef, thanks in part to comedian Stephen Chow Sing-chi, who gave Dai a large gold medal complete with a chain that says "god of cookery" which he proudly wears.


  6. Feature: Age is no barrier for one Ironman championRead the original story

    Aug 21, 2018 | Xinhuanet

    Every morning at about 4 o'clock, 60-year-old ironman champion Wang Zhipeng can be seen riding his bicycle along the expressway from Harbin to Wuchang, covering a total distance of 60km, followed by a 10km run and a 1500km swim. Triathlon was recognized as a formal sporting event in China back in 1989.


  7. Deep-sea farm set to meet salmon demandRead the original story w/Photo

    May 5, 2018 | China Daily

    China's first deep-sea fish farming facility, Shenlan 1, will be put into use later this month for salmon cultivation in the Yellow Sea, which will enable the country to achieve large-scale breeding of fish in the warm open seas. The submersible aquaculture facility can dive to a depth of 50 meters and is able to rise or descend according to ambient water temperature, said Chen Qing, head of Wuchang Shipbuilding Industry Co, the facility's maker.


  8. The third Industrial Bank Junior Football Championship officially...Read the original story

    Apr 4, 2018 | Digital Game Developer

    April 4, 2018 - The third Industrial Bank Junior Football Championship , the university group of the Northeast, Northwest, Southwest, Central China four major groups of the first two rounds of a total of 64 matches successfully finished, officially declared the new season Industrial Bank Junior Football Championship formally kicked off.


  9. Feature: A bridge that is more than just iron and steelRead the original story

    Feb 17, 2018 | Xinhuanet

    His grandparents used to live by the Yellow River. "Every time I visited my grandpa, the bus I took went over the iron bridge," said Ma, 40. His grandfather, who was running a beef noodles restaurant at that time, "would cross the Yellow River bridge everyday by bike".


  10. Drunk suicidal woman is saved by a brave policemanRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 9, 2018 | Daily Mail

    Drunk suicidal woman falling off a building is saved by a brave policeman who catches her with his BARE HANDS This is the dramatic moment a heroic policeman catches a woman with his bare hands after she fell from heights in China . The woman, said to be drunk, had just had an argument with her boyfriend when she climbed onto the edge of a building threatening to commit suicide, according to a Chinese TV station.


  11. China superweapon revealed: 'Secret electromagnetic railgun' on warship PICTUREDExpress.co.ukRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2018 | Yahoo!

    Alarming photos published online suggest the Chinese military is testing the Star Wars-style weapon, which uses electromagnetic force to fire projectiles at incredibly high speeds and across huge distances. Tests of prototypes in the US show the projectiles, fired along charged rails, could hit speeds of Mach 7 - seven times the speed of sound - and have a range of 160km.