Pacts signed to reinforce cooperation

China and the Philippines signed 29 cooperation documents covering such areas as trade, investment, finance, agriculture, culture and the Belt and Road Initiative during President Xi’s state visit to the country on Tuesday.

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    DPRK destroys 10 border guard posts

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    Pyongyang exploded 10 guard posts in the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) Tuesday as part of an inter-Korean agreement to withdraw them to reduce tensions and prevent accidental clashes, Yonhap reported, citing Seoul's defense ministry.

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    Argentina's ARA San Juan submarine, which went missing a year ago, has been located, an official said.

  • US aircraft carriers conduct military drills in Asia

    US aircraft carriers conduct military drills in Asia

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    Two U.S. aircraft carriers with around 150 fighter jets are staging warfare drills in west Pacific, the U.S. Navy said on Thursday.

  • DPRK's top leader Kim Jong Un supervises newly developed tactical weapon test: KCNA

    Nov 16,2018

    Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), visited the test ground of the Academy of Defence Science and supervised a newly developed ultramodern tactical weapon test, the official KCNA news agency reported on Friday.

  • Military to improve way it sets policy

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    Nov 16,2018

    The Chinese military will reform the way it makes policy by 2020 and establish a robust socialist system of military policy with Chinese characteristics by 2022, the Ministry of National Defense said on Thursday.

  • Chinese martial arts novelist Shiao Ching-jen dies at 83

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    Nov 21,2018

    Chinese Wuxia (martial arts) novelist Shiao Ching-jen, more widely known by his pen name Xiao Yi, died of lung cancer in Los Angeles, the U.S. on Monday, according to the Chinese Writers Association of North America. He was 83.

  • Meet G.E.M.! The only Chinese pop star on BBC 100 Women list

    Meet G.E.M.! The only Chinese pop star on BBC 100 Women list

    Nov 21,2018

    Gloria Tang Tsz-kei, who also goes by her stage name G.E.M., is one of the most successful female pop stars in China and was recently ranked 34th on the BBC 100 Women's list.

  • Forbidden City reveals its secrets

    Forbidden City reveals its secrets

    Nov 20,2018

    An ongoing TV variety show is set to show the former Chinese imperial palace complex in a new light.

  • National park launches anti-poaching campaign

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    Nov 20,2018

    The Administration of Northeast China Tiger and Leopard National Park has launched an anti-poaching campaign in Hunchun, Jilin Province, to ensure the safety of tigers and leopards living in the area.

  • Palace Museum puzzle book challenges lovers of history

    Palace Museum puzzle book challenges lovers of history

    Nov 20,2018

    Museums are great places to learn more about history and art, but walking around quiet exhibits and reading explanations can sometimes become boring chores, even for those who are interested in art or history.

  • Chinese lanterns throw light on Scotland

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    Nov 20,2018

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