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The young woman, new to the grind of Chinese factory life, knew the man who called himself Kalen only by the photo on his chat profile. It showed him with a pressed smile holding a paper cup in a swank skyscraper somewhere late at night.
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A Hong Kong bookseller detained on the mainland returned to the city on Sunday morning and said he did not require any police or government assistance.
In January, four lucky students got a glimpse of the Airbus aircraft manufacturing base in Beijing, and found out there’s more to the industry than just being a pilot.
Mass layoffs are planned for 5-6 million employees in "zombie enterprises" over the next two to three years in China's newest major retrenchment programme.
The interview was aired hours after Hong Kong police disclosed they had met Lee in a guest house at an undisclosed location on the mainland, six weeks after they have asked for a meeting with Lee.
Four of the missing Hong Kong booksellers who have been detained in China, have confessed on television to illegally smuggling books into the mainland.
Ganxian man returning to mainland from Venezuela diagnosed with virus
The police force in Guangdong province has not responded to requests from Hong Kong police for a meeting with missing bookseller Lee Bo, Hong Kong's security chief said.
It's time to check out some of the beautiful artwork from the annual Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival
Meet the villagers that make China's famous New Year lanterns.