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Woman enjoying virtual fruits of her labor

Road construction in the countryside and improved internet access helped Niu Qinghua, a woman in a rural region of Shandong province, transform from being a housewife to an "e-commerce queen" in two years, with online sales hitting 6 million yuan ($956,300) last year.

China remains largest gold buyer

The nation remained the world's largest consumer of gold bars and coins in 2017, investing in 306.4 metric tons, on the back of strong domestic demand and a rise in young consumers, the World Gold Council reported on Tuesday.

Qingdao looking to boost global cachet

Qingdao, a coastal city in Shandong province, plans to hire foreign employees in government departments and public institutions starting this year, marking a major breakthrough in China's government personnel recruitment and overseas talent initiative.

Qingdao to hire foreigners in government positions

The eastern Chinese coastal city Qingdao plans to hire foreign employees in government departments and public institutions this year, according to the city's human resource and social security bureau Monday

In pics: folk custom festival in Qingdao, E China's Shandong

People experience traditional games during a folk custom festival in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province.

'Lichun': the beginning of spring

Even though many places in China are still shudder in chill this year, the country has waved goodbye to winter and ushered in spring on Sunday, according to the Chinese lunar calendar.

Quality will go hand in hand with growth

The 31 provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions in the Chinese mainland have released their GDP figures and adjusted the wording on how they will develop their economies this year, aiming for growth quality and sustainability.

Sea ice alert continues in China's Liaodong Bay

China has maintained a sea ice alert for Liaodong Bay in northeast China's Bohai Sea as the ice grew by nearly 5,000 square km daily.