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  • Renowned Hong Kong chef comes to Songbei Shangri-La


    Guests to Harbin Songbei Shangri-La Hotel can enjoy delicious food made by renowned chef from Hongkong during the Festival of Chinese Flavors, from May 15 to May 19.

  • New ski school to offer Swiss expertise


    The launch ceremony for Swiss Ski School (China) takes place at Wanda BMW Snow Amusement Park in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province, May 13.

  • North and south, Chinese seniors migrate for happiness


    The number of migrants to Hainan exceeds 1 million every winter, most are from northeast China, though many come from other areas.

  • Harbin police get help from drivers


    Harbin's traffic management bureau launched a snapshot platform through its networking app, Bingcheng Exing, or Ice City E-Traffic, to encourage citizens to report traffic violations.

  • Harbin-Jixi bus service starts trial operations


    Harbin Highway Passenger Transportation Station recently launched a bus route to serve passengers traveling between Harbin, capital city of Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province and Jixi, the top “coal city” in Heilongjiang.

  • Lilac blossoms add color to Harbin


    Lilac trees in Harbin are currently in full bloom, adding vitality and fragrance to the whole city.

  • HE wins best project and contractor awards in Turkey


    The Zetas 2×660-megawatt Super-critical Coal-fired Thermal Power Project Phase III, built by Harbin Electric Corporation (HE) in Turkey, won an award for being the best thermal power project from the committee of the 24th International Energy Environment

  • Music Park cleaned kept clean for tourists


    Staff members of the gardening and greening bureau of Daoli district, Harbin wash buildings in the Music Park using high-pressure water on May 7, in an effort to maintain the city’s appearance for tourists.

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Daowai residents receive free medical services

Women from Shengping Residential Community in Daowai district receive free medical consultations on March 13.