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Twin tiger cubs now star attraction in Suzhou Zoo

Sep 29, 2012|By Shen Li

The twin Siberian Tiger cubs celebrated their 100th day of birth yesterday in Suzhou Zoo and they entertained onlookers by chasing each other around their mother. When ...


Another shopping mall opens in Wuzhong District

Sep 29, 2012|By Shen Li

The LEFO Shopping Mall opened yesterday on Baodai Road E. in Wuzhong District, Suzhou. The 80,000-square-meter building has five floors and three underground levels. The ...


Traffic authorities predict serious road congestion this holiday

Sep 28, 2012|By Shen Li

Traffic authorities forecast that roads in Suzhou City may be paralyzed and all levels of Suzhou Police Patrol Detachment will work with full personnel during the ...


Chinese Diaoyu Island map sales surge

Sep 28, 2012|By Shen Li

Maps of the Chinese Diaoyu Islands have been selling well at Suzhou's Xinhua Bookstore. Over 400 maps were transported to the store on Wednesday and more than 30 maps ...


Chinese icebreaker explores trade route

Sep 28, 2012|By Christine Cai

The melting of ice in the Arctic Ocean will offer a short-cut for China's commercial fleet to reach Europe and North America after Shanghai-based icebreaker Xue Long ...


Kids wax lyrical about festival

Sep 27, 2012|By Shen Li

Children in Suzhou Caihong Kindergarten recite Chinese poems yesterday in a performance to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival that falls on Sunday, September 30.


Suzhou-managed cities dominate Forbes ranking

Sep 27, 2012|By Shen Li

The Chinese version of Forbes Magazine has released this year's ranking of county-level cities in China and the top three are Kunshan, Changshu and Jiangying – the first ...


Subway network to add another 175 kilometers

Sep 27, 2012|By Zha Minjie

Shanghai will add another 175 kilometers of subway track in the next three years. By 2015, the city's subway network will reach 600 kilometers, a traffic official said ...


Look at our moon cakes!

Sep 26, 2012|By Shen Li

The Pingjiang District School for Retarded Children brought students to a local bakery to see how moon cakes are made. These children, aged from 8 to 14, were also given ...


Huge strides made in combating fuel evaporation

Sep 26, 2012|By Shen Li

The city has made great strides in renovating its gas stations to reduce fuel evaporation. To date 109 stations out of the downtown area's 197 stations have been ...


Park slated to display sister-city sculptures

Sep 26, 2012|By Yang Jian

Shanghai will build a park along the Huangpu River to display sculptures presented as gifts from its sister cities around the world, city officials said ...


China Art Museum set for holiday trial opening

Sep 26, 2012|By Wang Jie

China Art Museum, which was known as China Pavilion during World Expo 2010 Shanghai, will have a trial opening from October 1 to October 8. Visitor numbers will be ...


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