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  • Blanket coverage


    A pedestrian keeps well wrapped up while walking in the snow in Harbin, Heilongjiang province, on Monday.

  • Breeding center expects 100 more Siberian tigers


    The world's largest breeding center for Siberian tigers in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province plans to increase its population by 100 Siberian tiger cubs this year.

  • Workers hospitalized after ammonia leak


    Twenty-six workers fell ill when ammonia leaked at a food processing plant in Harbin on Friday morning.

  • Harbin's world of ice and snow


    Iconic festival draws millions every year
    Every winter millions of tourists head north to see the country's most spectacular ice and snow shows in Harbin, capital of Heilongjiang province.
    Now an iconic event in the country, the Harbin International

  • Power failure halts subway service


    Subway service resumed Thursday in provincial capital Harbin after a two-hour suspension caused by a power failure.

  • College punished over test scandal


    The Ministry of Education said on Sunday that it had applied to the Academic Degree Commission under the State Council to cancel Harbin University of Science and Technology's qualifications for issuing master's degrees in business administration, becaus

  • Former bioweapons lab to become cultural park


    Government approval has been granted to turn the site of Japan's notorious Unit 731 in Harbin into a cultural park to publicize the crimes of Japanese invaders.

  • Heat supply pipelines explode in Harbin


    Two heating supply pipelines exploded at Harbin, Heilongjiang province, on Tuesday, China News Service reported.

Harbin strengthens internet security promotion

A week-long event targeting at improving the public’s awareness of internet security was unveiled in Harbin, capital city of Heilongjiang province.