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  • Subway line in frigid region starts trial run


    Passengers take the No 1 subway line in Harbin, capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, Sept 26, 2013. China's first subway line in a frigid region started a trial run in Harbin on Thursday.

  • Harbin pump maker primed for growth


    A Harbin-based pump manufacturer has strengthened cooperation with research institutions to develop new, high-performance products.

  • Marvelous sunset glow in China's Harbin


    Photo taken on Sept 23, 2013 shows the sunset glow after a rain in Harbin, Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

  • Charter flight connects Alaska, China's Harbin


    A direct charter route has connected China's Harbin City and Anchorage of Alaska in the United States, cutting flight time to seven hours between the two places.

  • Airbus's Chinese joint venture delivers elevators for A350XWB


    HARBIN -- Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Centre delivered the first set of elevators it has produced for the new wide-body Airbus A350 XWB on Monday.

  • Chinese manufacturer delivers parts of A350


    Harbin Hafei Airbus Composite Manufacturing Center, a joint venture between Airbus SAS and its Chinese partners, delivered its first ship set of elevators for the Airbus 350 XWB on Monday.

  • Harbin named Chinese city with beautiful women


    Which city has the most beautiful women? The list of top 20 Chinese cities with most beautiful women was released on the Internet recently. Harbin ladies with their perfect looks and figures claimed the top spot.

  • Nuclear power generation still low in China


    Gross generation of electricity in China reached 4.8 trillion kilowatt-hour in 2012, with the nuclear power only accounting for two percent, according to the Chinese Nuclear Society.

Harbin cracks down economic crime

A joint action to promote basic knowledge of combating and preventing economic crime was carried out by the Heilongjiang Provincial Public Safety Bureau and Harbin municipal public safety bureau in Harbin on May 15.