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  • Rainstorms and floods wreak havoc

    2013-08-26

    Rainstorms and floods have wreaked havoc on China’s northeastern and southern regions, while meteorological authorities forecast heavy rain will continue to batter many parts of the country.

  • Joint sea drill shows improved relations

    2013-08-26

    The navies of China and the United States conducted their second joint counter-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday.

  • Rainstorms and floods wreak havoc

    2013-08-26

    Rainstorms and floods have wreaked havoc on China’s northeastern and southern regions, while meteorological authorities forecast heavy rain will continue to batter many parts of the country.

  • Joint sea drill shows improved relations

    2013-08-26

    The navies of China and the United States conducted their second joint counter-piracy exercise in the Gulf of Aden on Sunday.This sign of improved Sino-US military relations followed the return of Defense Minister Chang Wanquan from a visit to Washington

  • Heilong River sees worst flood in century

    2013-08-26

    HARBIN - The Sino-Russian bordering Heilong River in northeast China's Heilongjiang Province has seen its worst flooding in a century with continuous rising water levels, said local authorities on Sunday.

  • Heilongjiang river dike bursts

    2013-08-23

    HARBIN - A dike on a section of the Heilongjiang River in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province burst due to the pressure of unusually high water early on Thursday, local government announced.

  • Harbin attracts high-level personnel

    2013-08-23

    A Harbin key industry talent personnel recruitment activity was jointly held by Harbin Municipal Engineering Group, Harbin Transport Group and Harbin Cultural Tourism Group at the city’s high- and medium-ranking talent market on August 17.

  • Harbin ranks as one of the most beautiful cities

    2013-08-21

    Harbin ranked 14th on a list of the Most Beautiful Cities in China 2013 published by the China Institute of City Competitiveness in Hong Kong on August 15.