A Yunnan man who has been searching on his own for his brother's killer has finally seen a suspect arrested, People's Daily reports.
Carlsberg is losing market share as beer-makers fight to claim larger stakes in the province's booming adult drinks market, Beverage Daily reports.
Battery magazine answers common questions about the Spring City, featuring photos by Yereth Jansen.
Residents living along Beijing Lu and in several areas near the the Second Ring Road should prepare to have no water from May 18-21. InKunming has the details.
Two workers on the $2.5 billion pipeline connecting Myanmar's Shwe gas fields to Anning were killed in Shan State, Reuters is reporting.
From Businessweek: "Highland Capital Management, a company formed by the government of China's Yunnan province, will raise as much as 15 billion yuan to invest in real estate and natural resources in Southeast Asia."
A Xinhua photo essay documents the return of one of the world's most endangered primates.
China Daily reports Beijing is establishing a fund for future disaster relief in Yunnan. One billion yuan will be allocated every year for the next eight years.
An auto mechanic out for a joyride struck and killed a man on a scooter in a horrific traffic accident.
ABC 15 Action News shows video of a Kunming worker impaled by a falling rod.
A soldier practices throwing a live grenade, and after failing to throw it a meter, is saved by her instructor. (video)
China Daily reports construction on a controversial plant in Anning is still pending despite government approval.
Chris Horton looks at rubber plantation 'green deserts' and how they are affecting the landscape in southern Yunnan.
Traditional designs from Yunnan's Yi minority are being utilized by fashion designer Irene Tan, New Straits Times is reporting.
The perhaps crassly named International Dongchuan Mudslide Autocross Rally is going on now in landslide prone northeast Yunnan. Life newspaper reports.
China Dialogue examines how Yunnan has gone from a historically water-rich province to one riddled by drought.
Festivities run from April 29-May 1. InKunming has times and places.
The province's economy grew at a 12.6 percent clip in the first quarter of 2013, leading the country, China Daily reports.
The spring incarnation of the festival runs from April 24-28 in Shuhe, just down the road from Lijiang.
Yunnan Satellite TV is set to launch a new show called 'Soldier's Sortie' looking to find Yunnan's most elite commander.
Thursday, May 23
Celebrity Bartender Night: with ukulele Lisa, 9:30pm, free entry
Gin or vodka cocktails on special all day: 10 yuan for singles/20 yuan for doubles
Weekend Warm-up Party: with DJ 电麻子, 10:30pm, free entry
Tarot evening for French speakers and Scrabble for English speakers; 20% off import beers and no game fee, 7pm
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