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Over the years, many people have been calling for hotels

 not to provide disposable daily necessities. But some customers say not providing the items would cause them inconvenience. A latest survey by Ctrip.com shows that more than 80 percent of clients back hotels not providing disposable daily necessities. Beijing’s Yanqing district plans to help more than 20,000 primary and secondary scho ol students master skiing …

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Fretting about weight has become a common topic for

discussion among Chinese women-and not just at the office. Such discussions can be heard everywhere, from high school classrooms to fitness studios, beauty salons and department stores. But the issue is not just cause for concern in China. Obsessing over body shape has also emerged in Western countries over the past decade. The term “fat …

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US policy has done a disservice to the international com

munity’s efforts to advance the Middle East peace process and the remarks by the president’s son-in-law and a dviser Jared Kushner indicating that an upcoming US peace plan does not include a two-state solution with the Palestinians sh ows the US is hoping to undermine the international consensus built on that premise. Given its complex …

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ent Xi Jinping speaks at the opening ceremony of the

hina will increase imports of goods and services on a larger scale. China will further lower its tariff rates. China not to adopt beggar-thy-neighbor currency devaluation China will continue to improve the exchange rate formation mechanism of its curren cy, the renminbi, and keep the exchange rate generally stable on a reasonable and balanced level. …

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The origins of modern surveillance states can be trace

 back to the US government’ s military occupation of the Philippines in the 1890s. Christ opher J. Coyne, a professor at George Mason University in the United States sai d in the book Tyranny Comes Home that under the leadership of Ralph Van Deman, the father of US military int elligence, the American occupier established …

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Ruwan Wijewardene, Sri Lankan state defense min

nister, said on Tuesday that Islamic extremists staged the attacks in Sri Lanka in retaliation to the shootings in two New Zealand mosques in March that claimed 50 lives. And the blasts lay bare several threats confronting the whole world. First of all, the reflux of IS terrorists formerly active in Iraq and Syria to …

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Chinese Bridge Chinese proficiency contest in Univers

Some of the winners will represent Latvia in the 2019 Chinese Bridge competition for universities and middle school students in China where they will compete with Chinese language learners from all over the world. Latvia has made remarkable progress in teaching and learning Chinese in recent years, with the succes sful 16th Chinese Bridge competition …

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China-led project expected to enhance space research

The ongoing China-led international collaboration project Tianq in, a space-based gravitational wave detection syste m scheduled to be completed by 2035, is expected to significantly improve unders tanding of major cosmic phenomena, including black holes, scientists said. Tianqin uses the Chinese words tian, meaning sk y or heavens, and qin, meaning stringed musical instrument. It …

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I didn’t even know I had to wear all white, nor did I prepare

a different pair of shoes for the surface. I was overwhelmed, in an embarrassing way.” Li played the final match of her stellar career at Wimbledon 2014 before retiring due to a chronic knee injury two months later. Now enjoying life as a housewife and businesswoman, the two-time Grand Slam singles champion spares no effort …

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New cross-border bridge to boost China-Vietnam trade

The Second Beilun River Bridge opened to traffic on March 19. It connects the Chinese city of Dongxing with the Vietn amese city of Mong Cai, two important trade cities along the border between the two countries. The new bridge spans 549 meters across the border river between China and Vietnam and is built to …

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