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Researcher wins 'America's Nobel'

A Chinese scientist received a prestigious US award over the weekend for the discovery of artemisinin, a drug therapy for malaria that has saved millions of lives across the globe, especially in the developing world.

Blog is his calling card

It doesn't take a celebrity to attract half a million followers on a micro blog.

Measuring West China with feet

Looking like another blazing sun, Guo Jianhua stands in his fiery red uniform under the scorching sun to measure the sea level of a road near Urumqi county, Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

China observes 100th birthday of late revolutionary

A symposium was held on Wednesday to commemorate the 100th birthday of the late Kang Keqing, a veteran revolutionary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and leader of China's women's movement.

Liang Wengen tops China rich list in 2011

Liang Wengen, the founder and president of Sany Group, has topped Hurun China rich list for 2011 with $10.8 billion in assets from his heavy machinery firm.

Hua Luogeng: An Outstanding Chinese Mathematician

Hua Luogeng (1910-1985) was a famous Chinese mathematician, an academician of China Academy of Sciences and the founder and pioneer of many fields in new China's mathematics research.

Curing sick villagers for 30 years

For over 30 years, they've dedicated themselves to a small rural clinic and have treated hundreds of patients in this village.

Lin Boqu

Lin Boqu (1886-1960), with the given name Zuhan and an extra title Suiyuan, was born in Shuijing, Linli County, Hunan province.

An orphan among orphans

Being an orphan who lost both legs hasn't stopped Xu Yuehua from having a room full of her own children.

Liu Xiang

Three years after his sudden withdrawal from the Beijing Olympic Games, China's star hurdler Liu Xiang regained honor after dramatically taking silver at the IAAF World Championships in Daegu Monday.