took artucle in global times - and took every question the wrong way
i cant even quickly find which global tuimne pbs rotweilered can you
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- EU ministers agree on security, defense plan
- Xi to promote FTA on Latin America trip
- Trump’s trade threats ‘almost impossible,’ economists say
- Xi, Trump discuss China-US ties over phone
- Alibaba denies rumors it contributed cash to US election campaign
- [EDITORIAL] Xi-Trump call sends positive signal
- [EYE ON THE ECONOMY] Successes of the CPEC serve as a model for potential of China’s Belt and Road initiative
- [OBSERVER] Security key to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor success
- [ASIAN REVIEW] North Korea should seize chance to address security concerns
- [ASIAN REVIEW] Kuala Lumpur joins Manila in seeking closer relations with Beijing
- [EXPERT ASSESSMENT] Excess technology investment creates high risk
- [COMMENTS] India’s bumpy banknote recall could be a make-or-break moment for Modi legacy
- [VIEWPOINT] Transatlantic ties in limbo after Trump win
- [VIEWPOINT] India shouldn’t hype B&R’s political intent
China’s direct investment in Latin America (2006-2015)
China’s direct investment in Latin America over the past decade has totaled over $90 billion.
Itinerary of Xi’s 2016 Latin America visit
Xi will pay a week-long state visit to Ecuador, Peru and Chile from Nov 17 to 23 and attend the 24th Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting from Nov ...
Infamous 'ghost city' hopes housing coupon system may solve real estate glut
Erdos in North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, widely known as a “ghost city” for its huge surplus of unsold ...
- Packing up
- On the same footing
- Rabbit, Cavy and Poultry Show held ...
- Hui-style architecture seen in Wuyuan, east ...
- Contestants participate in embroidery contest, S ...
- SW Pakistan's Gwadar Port
- Aerial view of Humble Administrators Garden ...
- Over 1 million S.Koreans stage peaceful ...
- Pushing forward
- Double happiness
- Road to progress
[SOCIETY]NGOs, victims say low awareness of abuse allows child porn to spread online and offline
"I thought after all these years, I could finally forget. But I was wrong; I am reminded every time I see similar photos or videos on the Internet. I have ...[SOCIETY]Legal experts urge halt of capital punishment for villager
Lawyers and experts sent a letter to China's Supreme People's Court (SPC) on Monday, demanding a halt to the execution of death sentence for a Hebei villager who was sentenced ...[SOCIETY]9 arrested in connection with death of petitioner
Nine suspects in Yuechi county, Southwest China's Sichuan Province have been arrested in connection with the death of a local resident who attempted to file a petition to Beijing authorities, ...
[MARKETS]China invests money into South, Central America, hoping to boost trade
Economic ties between China and Latin American countries have been strengthening in recent years, bolstered by a pledge Chinese President Xi Jinping made in 2015 and his upcoming State visit ...[ECONOMY]Nation can reach GDP target
Given the positive signs in data released by Chinese authorities on Monday, the country is set to achieve its annual GDP goal, but uncertainties remain, an official said.[COMPANIES]Double 11 shopping spree highlights cloud computing
Aliyun, the cloud computing unit of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group Holding, reported sales revenue of 190 million yuan ($27.8 million) on Friday, the annual Singles’ Day online shopping event, the ...
Five months to the day after Britain voted for Brexit, its finance minister will outline how the government plans to cope with the economic fallout and voters' frustrations which had ...[AMERICAS]Trump ‘saddened’ by harassment of Muslims, Hispanics
President-elect Donald Trump has vowed to move aggressively on a conservative agenda in filling Supreme Court vacancies, cracking down on immigration and cutting taxes, but also sought to reassure worried ...[ASIA-PACIFIC]Two tectonic faults triggered in NZ quake
The powerful earthquake that struck New Zealand was unusual in that a big event on one fault may have immediately triggered a big event on a second fault, experts said ...
[LIFE]Miao ethnic minority still struggling with ‘poisonous’ stereotypes
Similar to the poor women brought to trial in the northwestern US town of Salem centuries ago, Miao ethnic minority people, who mostly live in Southwest China, are facing unjustified ...[LIFE]Year 2016 on track to be hottest on record: UN agency
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported that the year of 2016 is on track to be the hottest on record, said UN Deputy Spokesperson Farhan Haq on Monday.[FITNESS]UN asks people with diabetes to pay attention to eye protection
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday called on people with diabetes to have their eyes examined regularly to prevent vision health problems.
[ART]Munch, Monet, de Kooning to star in New York fall auctions
New York's fall auction season kicks off next week with a sparkling array of masterpieces expected to draw bidders from around the world at Christie's and Sotheby's.[FILM]‘Doctor Strange’ stays at no.1
Leading films at the box office saw a collective bump over the weekend following the caustic US presidential election, with sci-fi flicks performing particularly well, according to industry data released ...[MUSIC]Metallica announces first Beijing concert for January 18
Heavy metal legend Metallica will return to China for a performance at the LeSports Center in Beijing on January 18 as a part of its Metallica WorldWired Tour 2017, the ...
[AIR & SPACE]China launches Yunhai-1 meteorological satellite
China sent into space a meteorological satellite, Yunhai-1, at 7:14 a.m. Saturday from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwestern China's gobi desert.[BIOLOGY]Study identifies health risks of "repetitive thought" about work-family conflict
Researchers at Oregon State University (OSU) have identified "repetitive thought" as a pathway between work-family conflict and negative outcomes in six different health categories.[IT]China's TaihuLight takes world's fastest supercomputer crown again
China's Sunway TaihuLight has unsurprisingly taken the crown of the world's fastest machine again, according to the latest edition of the semiannual Top500 list of supercomputers released Monday.
[ODD PICTURES]Stunt "climbing on blades" performs in China's Fujian Province
Villager Lan Ruzhu, 70, performs "climbing on blades" during a local folk activity held after harvest season in Zhongtuan Village of Wuping County, southeast China's Fujian Province, Nov. 14, 2016.[ODD NEWS]Poll expert fulfills promise to eat bug
A Princeton University polling expert who said he would eat a bug if Donald Trump got more than 240 electoral votes has followed through on his promise.[ODD NEWS]Wanted man hiding from police betrayed by feet
A Huai'an, Jiangsu Province man became a laughing stock among local police officers after he tried to avoid arrest by hiding in his attic with his legs sticking out a ...
[SOCCER]Lippi aims at 3 points in Kunming
China head coach Marcello Lippi insists his team only needs three points in the upcoming Asian qualifier to see China's 2018 World Cup hopes come alive, as China host Qatar ...[MISCELLANY]China, Japan to join Bolt for Aussie event in February
China, Japan and England on Monday signed on for an innovative team athletics event in Melbourne in which sprint superstar Usain Bolt will make his first Australian appearance.[BASKETBALL]Cavaliers cool off hot Hornets
Channing Frye scored five of Cleveland’s 14 three-pointers as the Cavaliers broke an NBA three-point shooting record in a 100-93 win over the Charlotte Hornets on Sunday.
[METRO BEIJING]Expats living abroad in China from a young age use the challenges and advantages of understanding cross-cultural differences to grow
Maneza Mohammad Ali, whose parents moved to China from Afghanistan when she was just 3 years old, gets questions about being culturally confused all the time.[METRO BEIJING]Has TV violence gone too far?
Lately, I have been watching The Fall, a British psychological thriller aired since 2013.[METRO BEIJING]It’s my money to spend
The other day, I showed a photo of a bag that I have long been wanting to buy to my boyfriend.
Chinese teacher on a mission to build ties with France
Despite anti-discrimination rules, HIV-positive man refused job
Xi visits Cambodia, Bangladesh, attends BRICS summit
An Eye on Xinjiang
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