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Major stories in Chinese newspapers: Nov.12

11-12-2010 09:44 BJT

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Now we look at what is making headlines in newspapers in China.

The Qilu Evening News says China began its census review process Thursday. Those who didn't fill out questionnaires will be asked to provide personal information during the review process, making sure all collected data is clear and up-to-date.

The Chongqing Morning Post reports under the intervention of the Ministry of Industry and Information, QQ software is once again compatible with anti-virus software 360. The Ministry emphasizes the importance of companies to fulfill social responsibility while pursuing maximum economic profits.

The Southern Metropolis Daily says the State Council strictly forbids local governments to tear down or build houses against rural residents' wishes during the urbanization process. It also stresses more efforts should be made to safeguard the rights of rural residents.

Back in the capital. The Beijing Youth Daily reports cultural relics from the Palace Museum will be on display at the Louvre Museum in France next year. Meanwhile, a new agreement has been signed for the two museums to exchange exhibitions and for staff to share organizing experiences.

Also in Beijing. The Beijing News has a special report on Beijing's famous alley called "Yan Dai Alley". This commercial street is now rewarded as "Chinese famous traditional and cultural street ". Handcrafts, clothes and pubs are the main attraction for visitors.

Editor:Zheng Limin |Source: CNTV.cn

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