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  • Ma Xu honored as ‘Heroine Model’


    Ma Xu, an 85-year-old veteran and China’s first female paratrooper, was granted the honorable title “Heroine Model” by the Harbin Women’s Federation.

  • St. Sophia Church to reopen this year


    St. Sophia Church in Harbin will reopen to the public with a ticket price of 15 yuan per person by the end of this year, according to information released by the Harbin Development and Reform Commission on April 20.

  • Construction kicks off for Harbin airport rail viaduct


    A new high-speed viaduct project linking the central urban area of Harbin city to its international airport started construction on April 21.

  • Heilongjiang brand promotion museum to open this year


    The Heilongjiang Time-honored Brand Museum, a promotional platform for Heilongjiang’s products and brands, will open to the public by the end of this year.

  • Nangang demolishes illegal buildings due to fire concerns


    Government departments in Nangang district carried out joint enforcement operations on April 16 to remove more than 20 illegal structures, covering a total area of over 800 square meters.

  • Discounted tickets for Harbin-Mudanjiang HSR


    Preferential ticket prices for 13 trains running on the Harbin-Mudanjiang High-speed Railway will be made available starting May 10.

  • Green light for nuclear reactor core equipment


    Harbin Power Plant Equipment Corporation announced on April 16 that a main helium fan for the world's first high-temperature gas-cooled reactor nuclear power plant, made by its Jiamusi subsidiary, recently got the green light from authorities after testi

  • Songhua River welcomes new shipping season


    The navigation channel for the Harbin section of the Songhua River reopened on April 15, following completion of ice blasting which started on April 12.

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Harbin provides shady houses for its sanitation workers

As the weather gets far hotter and stuffier, the city of Harbin has begun an activity to encourage residential communities and organizations to care for sanitation workers, who have to toil under summer heat.