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Australian man in New Zealand's Christchurch mosque attacks charged with murder


Australian man in New Zealand's Christchurch mosque attacks charged with murder


'Quickpass is safe,' China UnionPay?promises after CCTV exposé

China UnionPay?reaffirmed that its Quickpass services are safe in a statement one day after it was questioned by an annual CCTV program on the protection of consumer rights.

China's foreign investment law to help improve business environment, experts say

China's newly passed foreign investment law will benefit foreign investors and companies, and will help improve the Asian country's business environment, experts said.

Education exhibition tour a boon for parents and students alike

About 50 international universities and organizations will attend the China International Education Exhibition Tour on March 28 at the Shanghai International Convention Center.

Teacher removed from posts after investigation into 'inappropriate behavior'

The education bureau said Chen's behaviors did not conform with the Ministry of Education's requirements for primary and secondary school teachers.

China strengthens financial support for small, micro businesses

China has made solid progress in alleviating the financing problems of small and micro firms, a senior official said.

Simpler license procedures benefit?medical institutions

A new clinic about to open in the Pudong New Area is one of the beneficiaries of a?China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone policy that has been applied since last year.?
Art & Culture

Polka dots abound at Kusama's latest show

The new Kusama's exhibition in Shanghai features nearly 42 works, including some using her symbolic motifs such as polka dots and several?multi-reflective installations.

Horror haunted Bangladesh cricket team says 'We still love New Zealand'

The horror haunted Bangladeshi national cricket team said on Saturday "We still love New Zealand" while checking in their flight to go home.

China to promote online learning: ministry

China will launch a nationwide campaign to promote online learning, according to a circular released by the Ministry of Education.

China offers tax relief to overseas talent working in Greater Bay Area

China's Ministry of Finance Saturday announced a favorable tax policy for overseas talent working in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Shanghai tourists injured in Malaysia bus accident

Four Shanghai tourists were injured in a bus accident in Sabah, Malaysia on Friday.
Art & Culture

Xu helps prison inmates heal their minds

Many recipients of "Shanghai Standouts" awards are from the factory floor. Xu Dong is an exception.

Working out to add life to one's days, not days to one's life

A fitness center that caters to all ages is more than just a place to improve physical stamina.

Chinese FA officially bids to host 2023 AFC Asian Cup

The Chinese Football Association has officially filed the bid to host the 2023 AFC Asian Cup after detailed preparations, sources with CFA told Xinhua on Friday.

Former deputy head of China's quality watchdog under investigation

Wei Chuanzhong, former deputy head of China's quality watchdog, is under investigation for suspected serious violation of discipline and laws, an official statement said Friday.

Ethiopian Airlines CEO says results from crashed jet's black boxes 'will take some days'

Ethiopian Airlines Group CEO Tewolde Gebremariam said Friday investigation results from the crashed Ethiopian jet's black boxes "will take some days."

Trump vetoes bill blocking his border emergency declaration

US President Donald Trump Friday vetoed a bill blocking his national emergency declaration at the southern border, the first such move in his presidency.

2 Jordanians killed, 8 injured in mosques shootings in New Zealand: official

At least two Jordanians were killed and eight others injured in mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand on Friday, a Jordanian official said.

Facebook employs AI technology to remove 'revenge porn' content

Facebook said Friday it is using technologies of machine learning and artificial intelligence to detect and remove non-consensual intimate images from its platform.