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Shanxi to hold malleable cast iron trade fair

2016-01-13

Taigu county, in Shanxi's Jinzhong city, known as a malleable cast iron industrial base, opened an exhibition and trade fair on Jan 12.

New flight route from Taiyuan to Wuhai to open

2016-01-13

The Shanxi subsidiary of Hainan Airlines opened a new air route from Haikou, Hainan province to Wuhai, Inner Mongolia autonomous region via Taiyuan starting Jan 14.

Taiyuan continues urban village

2016-01-12

Taiyuan, capital of North China's Shanxi province, accelerated urban village renovation last March and plans to finish 85 village demolitions from 2015 to 2016.

Shanxi opens high speed train to NE China

2016-01-12

North China's Shanxi province opened its first high speed train to Shenyang, Liaoning province, on Jan 10, shortening travel time to Northeast China by over five hours.

High-speed train to Shanghai may open this summer

2016-01-12

A high-speed train from Taiyuan, capital of North China's Shanxi province, to Shanghai is expected to open in May or June.

Internet fee falls as policy measures take effect

2016-01-12

Internet charges fell by 30 percent as more than 20 related policies began to take effect.

A future in which coal does not rule the roost possible

2016-01-12

Wearing a safety helmet and dressed as a coal miner, Premier Li Keqiang spent two hours in a coal mine 7, 000 meters below the ground with workers during his first inspection tour of 2016 in North China's Shanxi province.

Shanxi plans 5 billion yuan for new tech city

2016-01-11

North China's Shanxi province will invest five billion yuan ($760 million) in construction of a new technology city in 2016.

Festive lanterns decorate scenic spot in Shanxi

2016-01-11

Workers are making festive lanterns in the Guanque Tower scenic spot in Shanxi's Yongji city for the traditional Chinese Spring Festival at the beginning of Feb.

Noodles - strands of history

2016-01-10

The Central Plains is where it all began. The mighty Yellow River flows through this ancient cradle of Chinese civilization, and its annual floods slowly created the fertile loess plateau ideal for the cultivation of wheat and millet.

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