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Alibaba's new laptop computer powered by YunOS

China's e-commerce powerhouse Alibaba has released a laptop computer in partnership with Hewlett Packard and Intel Corporation.

The computer, released at the ongoing Computing Conference 2016 in Hangzhou, capital of East China's Zhejiang province, runs on Alibaba's own smart operating system YunOS, and will mainly be used in China's education sector and in offices.

Best sell SUV (Haval H6) in China Sep 2016

Auto sales in China, the world's biggest auto market, continued to expand at a faster pace in September 2016 with growth for the month reaching a new high in more than three years, data from an industry association showed Wednesday.

About 2.56 million cars were sold on the Chinese market last month, up 26.1 percent year on year, according to China Association of Automobile Manufacturers (CAAM).

 Innovating Baijiu for elusive margarita moment

The fiery Chinese grain liquor called baijiu has been distilled and quaffed in the homeland pretty much the same way for a millennium. Yet, as these brands expand overseas, spirits companies are wondering: How would it taste with 7-Up?

Makers of the 106-proof alcohol that's popular at wedding receptions and government banquets are coping with a steep revenue drop after the Chinese government ordered public servants to cut their expense tabs. Sales declined 13 percent, and store prices plunged by half.

China Box office receipts sharply drop 2016

I Belonged to You sold 520,000,000 CNY in 7 days, 6th Oct 2016.

Box office revenue in China declined sharply during the first three days of the National Day holiday compared with last year. It was the first plunge of holiday ticket sales in five years.

According to the latest figures from China Box Office, a State-run analyst, four major openings injected nearly 1.3 billion yuan ($195 million) in ticket sales since the start of the holiday, traditionally a golden week for moviegoers.

But sales in the first three days stood at 774 million yuan, 10 percent behind the same period last year.

Liyuan Dog Market - Beijing’s Largest

Liyuan Dog Market, the largest dog market in northern China, is closing after years of popularity and scandals.

According to the official notice, the government decided to close the market to “strike a blow at the low-end dog breeding industry,” which is primarily concentrated in Tongzhou District. The district government said it is committed to cleaning up breeding practices within two years.