Latest China Internet Information Center http://www.farnorththefilm.com/index.htm zh-cn Copyright - china.org.cn http://images.china.cn/images1/en/2008first/081006-l.jpg China.org.cn http://www.farnorththefilm.com/index.htm <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Sports 2015-12-13 15:15:49 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> President Xi stresses theme of Chinese pavilion China 2015-05-03 10:00:51 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China’s first domestically-developed heavy transport aircraft, the Y-20, has successfully taken off for its first test flight. China 2013-01-27 11:39:38 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China 2012-09-16 14:08:08 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Tembin, the year's 14th typhoon, has taken an unexpected return towards northeastern areas of the South China Sea. It increased to medium level early on Sunday. The National Meteorological Center says it's expected to linger for the coming two days. China 2012-08-27 10:59:05 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Shane Battier is back once again this summer, but this time, he does so as an NBA champion. Sports 2012-08-17 13:52:33 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The search is on for a 337 million dollar lottery winner in the United States. The jackpot-winning Powerball ticket was sold at a gas station in the town of Lapeer, north of Detroit. World 2012-08-17 13:49:31 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The Japanese cabinet has decided to release the 14 Chinese activists that are illegally detained for their landing on the Diaoyu island on Wednesday. China 2012-08-17 13:46:05 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The Japan Coast Guard says they will not charge the 14 Chinese detained after landing on the Diaoyu Islands in the East China Sea. China 2012-08-17 11:26:44 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> After weeks of speculation Manchester United finally has their man. Arsenal have agreed to sell their captain Robin van Persie to the Red Devils. Sports 2012-08-17 11:22:30 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China's Ministry of Commerce has warned two of China's biggest consumer retailers over their price war. China 2012-08-17 11:03:39 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Seven people accused in connection with a phone hacking scandal have appeared before Westminster Magistrates' court in London. World 2012-08-17 10:47:23 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Hundreds of fire-fighters are continuing to battle wildfires that are burning out of control in the Western United States. World 2012-08-17 10:35:21 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi has met with the Syrian president's special envoy, Bouthaina Shaaban, in Beijing. China 2012-08-17 10:28:14 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China's flood control authority raised its levels of emergency response, as typhoon Kai-Tak approaches the country. China 2012-08-17 09:36:54 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Ecuador says it is granting asylum to WikiLeaks website founder Julian Assange, who has sought refuge in the country's embassy in London. World 2012-08-17 09:22:35 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> A price war between two of China’s biggest consumer retailers is intensifying after Suning Appliance and e-commerce website 360buy.com began offering massive discounts online. China 2012-08-16 16:55:32 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Argentina will finally see a dream become reality on Saturday, with a match against South Africa in the expanded Tri-Nations competition. Sports 2012-08-16 16:40:13 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> A ferry has sunk in East China's Anhui Province, leaving a dozen people missing. China 2012-08-16 16:19:45 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> It's reported that militants attacked a checkpost of the Kamra Airbase in northwest Pakistan. World 2012-08-16 11:57:08 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China's largest oil company is planning to produce aviation fuel from used cooking oil. China 2012-08-16 11:47:31 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The 13th tropical storm of the year, Kai-Tak, is approaching coastal areas of South China's Guangdong Province. China 2012-08-16 11:40:31 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Dozens of publishers have gotten together to talk about their future in an age of digital publishing - which many consider a double-edged sword. Features 2012-08-16 11:31:24 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The play, "Rhinoceros In Love" might just be China's most popular ever play. It's been steaming ahead for 13 years now, and recently Beijing's Poly Theater played home to its thousandth staging - a record for China. Art 2012-08-16 11:24:54 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> According to the Treasury International capital report, China, the largest foreign holder of U.S. Treasury securities, slightly boosted its holdings by 300 million dollars from May to 1164.3 billion dollars in June. China 2012-08-16 11:18:54 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Chinese activists on board a Hong Kong fishing vessel have landed on the Diaoyu Islands and planted a Chinese national flag. World 2012-08-16 11:09:51 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar have urged citizens to leave Lebanon immediately and advised its people not to travel to the country. World 2012-08-16 11:05:10 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> There are not many people on this planet that can make Arnold Schwarzenegger look small. Sports 2012-08-15 14:09:26 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Over the past seven years Tyson Wallace has opened up 50 new climbing routes in China's climbing Mecca Yangshuo. Features 2012-08-15 14:00:09 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> China and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea have held their third meeting in Beijing on developing two economic zones in the DPRK. China 2012-08-15 13:51:20 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Muslim leaders from across the Middle East have gathered in Mecca for an unprecedented summit on the critical situation in Syria. It is being hosted by Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah. World 2012-08-15 13:48:18 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The Du Ge opened in August 2008. It combines traditional beauty and style with the comforts of modern life - including a Western bar and flat-screen TVs. Features 2012-08-15 11:39:21 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The burnt wreckage of two missing Ugandan military helicopters was found in the Mt. Kenya region, a Kenyan officer said Tuesday. World 2012-08-15 11:33:47 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The Olympics may have ended, but of course they weren't London's only draw. Look at a couple sights you may not have heard of - the capital's biggest-ever street music competition and the strange and alternative fashions of Camden. Art 2012-08-15 11:19:38 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> The flame has been extinguished on the 2012 London Games, it is time to look back on what the Olympic legacy will be in the British capital. Sports 2012-08-15 11:15:57 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Standard Chartered PLC on Tuesday agreed to pay New York's top banking regulator 340 million dollars to settle a week-long regulatory case with charges that the British bank had laundered hundreds of billions of dollars for Iran. World 2012-08-15 11:10:00 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Flower selling in Cape Town- A way of life Features 2012-08-15 10:56:15 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Motorola has announced cuts of 4000 jobs around the world. After Google bought Motorola Mobility last year, analysts are expecting this strategic move and cost cutting to have a positive impact on the smartphone market in China. World 2012-08-15 10:49:43 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> Southwest China's Chongqing Municipality is enduring a new heat wave with temperatures shooting up to 40 degrees Celsius. China 2012-08-15 10:46:14 +0800 <Title><![CDATA[TitlePh]]> As harvest season nears in China, many areas in the north and northeast are facing a threat from the armyworm, a type of agricultural pest. It poses huge challenges to this year's crop production in the country. China 2012-08-15 10:27:22 +0800