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Chongqing pushes general aviation2014-06-24

Aviation in Chongqing got its start in the early 1940s, when the city served as an important base for the 1st American Volunteer Group, popularly known as the Flying Tigers, which came to aid China against Japanese aggression during World War II.

Farmers enjoy urban life after relocation2014-06-24

Each workday, Li Yingmu rides his motorcycle on the 10-minute commute to his job at a factory in Chongqing's Liangjiang New Area. It's a short trip for Li, but a far cry from the challenging life he led not so long ago as a corn and wheat farmer in the nearby fields.

City harbors global ambitions2014-06-24

Editor's note: Chongqing lies at the convergence of the Yangtze and Jialing rivers and its position has allowed it to act as a crossroads for inland trade. But the municipality's ambitions extend beyond its borders. China Daily recently explored the municipality and its focus on becoming a major international trade hub.

New business link forged from historic bond2014-01-07

In September 2011, the two governments signed an agreement to launch the Sino-Korean Industrial Park in Chongqing Liangjiang (Two Rivers) New Area

Showtime for modern Chongqing2014-01-07

The economic focus is shifting from China's east to west.

Villagers become city slickers2014-01-07

"When I leave the apartment, I will always remember to turn off the gas," said Xu Chaohui in a serious voice.

Increased cooperation brings mutual benefits2014-01-07

Stoyan Atsarov from Bulgaria was delighted after signing a cooperation agreement with a business partner in Yiwu, Zhejiang province, where his company plans to build its first factory in China. The Bulgarian company will produce rose-oil candy for Chinese costumers.

More cooperation on railway sought2014-01-07

Chinese and European senior officials urged further cooperation through the Sino-Euro railway on Wednesday.

Creating the modern face of urbanization2014-01-07

Sitting on the south bank of the Jialingjiang River, the ancient buildings of Hongyadong - famous for its resemblance to the bathhouse in the Oscar-winning animation Spirited Away - are a must-see landmark in Chongqing.

Lower living costs a major appeal2014-01-07

Zhang Ke moved to Chongqing a year ago, after spending two years in Beijing.

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