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A Million People Live in These Underground Nuclear Bunkers
Beneath the streets of Beijing, people live in an underground universe constructed during the Cold War era.
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Being Black in China
"People were staring at us—and snapping pictures."
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China Will Shut Down Its Ivory Trade by the End of 2017
Advocates applaud the move by the world’s largest consumer of ivory, saying it could help save Africa’s remaining elephants.
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7 Stunning Natural Wonders in Asia
You are probably going to want to add some of these to your bucket list.
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This New Species of Primate Is Named After Luke Skywalker
The Force is strong with the skywalker hoolock gibbon.
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Crackdown Could Help End Giant Clam Poaching in Critical Reefs
New regulations in southern China aim to protect coral reefs by putting an end to the thriving trade in giant clam carvings and other handicrafts.
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World's Largest Cluster of Sinkholes Discovered
Forty-nine sinkholes were found in China by researchers, who say the features have more secrets to tell.
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Haunting Photos Show Source of Illegal Carbon Emissions in China
A coal-fired steel plant in Inner Mongolia has continued operations despite the central government's efforts to reduce the industry, sources say.
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Elephants Comfort Comrades During Rescue in China
A heartwarming scene unfolds on video and hints at animal behavior.
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Discoveries May Rewrite History of China's Terra-Cotta Warriors
Finds at the famous tomb complex point to influences from abroad and a blood-soaked succession after the death of China's first emperor.
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Geologic Evidence May Support Chinese Flood Legend
A deluge that washed down the Yellow River nearly 4,000 years ago could be linked to the founding of China’s semi-mythical first dynasty.
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