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  • 40 Japanese wartime shells found in NE China


    Forty shells left by Japanese troops during World War II have been found at a construction site in Qiqihar in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

  • China to send peacekeeping forces to Mali


    HARBIN - A 395-strong peacekeeping troop was formed in Harbin, northeast China's Heilongjiangrovince, on Friday and will be sent to Mali.

  • Debate heats up on role of govt giants


    There is a debate within and outside of China as to how far these reforms should go — from those who argue for wholesale privatization to those who say that with their secure funding and ability to plan for the long term, SOEs offer the economy a stable p

  • Wanda Group looks to the horizon


    China's largest private property company plans a major expansion into overseas markets, report Meng Jing and Lyu Chang.

  • Harbin workers games kick off


    A Harbin sports meeting for workers in 2013 opened in Harbin Institution of Technology stadium on July 6. About 12,000 employees from all walks of life in Harbin took part in the opening ceremony.

  • First Heilongjiang Int’l Jewelry Expo to end


    The first Heilongjiang International Jewelry Expo is being held in the Harbin International Conference Exhibition and Sports Center from July 5 to July 8.

  • Photography exhibition kicks off in Harbin


    The second Ode to the Motherland photography exhibition was held in Harbin pharmaceutical Museum of Contemporary Art on July 8.

  • 2013 Harbin International Beer Festival opens


    The 2013 China International Beer Festival opened on June 28 and will last until July 14 in Harbin Ice and Snow World. It is the first time that the festival will run 17 days.

Xiangfang leads the way in smart government

Harbin’s Xiangfang district is bringing city administration into the digital age, establishing the first WeChat city administration monitoring platform in Heilongjiang province.