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Baby giraffe a great hit at Shangfangshan zoo

Feb 18, 2018|By Xu Fang

A newly born baby giraffe has become a great attraction at Suzhou Shangfangshan Forest Zoo during the Spring Festival. The zoo is soliciting a name for the little ...


Suzhou adds 24 Taiwan-funded listed companies in 2017

Feb 18, 2018|By Xinhua

The eastern Chinese city of Suzhou added 24 Taiwan-funded listed companies in 2017, the highest for a city on the Chinese mainland, local authorities said ...


Suzhou to build a science and technology museum on the former site of an amusement park

Feb 14, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

The Suzhou Science & Technology Museum is planned to be built on the former site of Suzhou Amusement Land, which was located at the foot of Lion Mountain and next to ...


Kunshan to spend US$631 million in building and renovating local schools this year

Feb 14, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

Kunshan will spend 4 billion yuan (US$631 million) in building, renovating and expanding 33 local schools this year, which will add a total of 34,000 seats. "This year, ...


Suzhou cultural industry expo to highlight the city's new handicraft movement

Feb 13, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

The 2018 China Suzhou Creative & Design Cultural Industry Expo will take place at the Suzhou International Expo Center from April 19 to 22. This year, the expo will ...


Suzhou Industrial Park launches an app to support the city's smart parking system

Feb 13, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

The Suzhou Industrial Park has launched a parking app which offers parking information, navigation and payment services. The app is an important part of the district's ...


Wujiang District spends US$596 million in beautiful town construction projects

Feb 12, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

Wujiang District spent a total of 3.76 billion yuan (US$596 million) in 255 beautiful town construction projects in 2017. Among those projects, the "Silk Town" Zhenze ...


1.2 million passengers leave Suzhou by rail in the first 10 days of the Spring Festival travel rush

Feb 12, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

Suzhou railway has seen 1.2 million passengers leaving the city since the Spring Festival travel rush started 10 days ago. Every day, the number of outbound passengers ...


China vows strict standards to ensure food safety

Feb 12, 2018|By Xinhua

CHINESE Vice Premier Zhang Gaoli pledged yesterday that the country will adopt the strictest punishments and the most rigorous standards to ensure food safety. Zhang, ...


Suzhou holds its annual orchid flower exhibition

Feb 11, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

An annual orchid flower exhibition is recently held at Suzhou Surging Waves Pavilion, one of classical gardens in Suzhou, to showcase both Chinese and foreign orchid ...


Suzhou No.2 Workers Cultural Center will open to the public this year

Feb 11, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

Suzhou No.2 Workers Cultural Center located on North Guangji Road and Yucheng Road will open to the public this year. The center covers an area of 75,000 square meters ...


Suzhou-style plum blossom bonsai exhibition opens at the Lion Grove Garden

Feb 9, 2018|By Tong Wangyue

A Suzhou-style plum blossom bonsai exhibition opened at the Lion Grove Garden on Thursday to showcase 200 kinds of special bonsai works. The Suzhou-style bonsai is ...


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