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Since the declaration of independence in 1776, the United States has been bent on expanding its territory and influence.
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The Washington Post editorial "Hunting the virus' origins" dated Sept 1 distorts the facts about the origins of COVID-19 and is seriously misleading to readers.
China-ASEAN relations present model for regional cooperation
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Since the establishment of dialogue relations 30 years ago, China and ASEAN have moved forward hand in hand with fruitful outcomes in various fields, becoming the most dynamic model of cooperation in the Asia-Pacific region.
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China urged Japan on Sept. 13 to face up to and show remorse for its history of aggression, and handle matters such as the "comfort women" issue in an honest and responsible manner.
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The regulation to limit the number of hours minors spend playing online games is being breached.
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Jimin Bar, a Chinese fan club of Republic of Korea-based singer Park Ji-min, last week asked his fans through its micro blog to contribute money to decorate a Jeju Air plane with their idol's images to celebrate his birthday.
Crime Crackdown: Bold drama series that shows strength of truthfulness
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Having brought to justice all the villains and their “protective umbrellas,” a peaceful and harmonious society will emerge, together with a political ecology of brightness and openness.
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A Foreign Ministry spokesperson on Sept. 6 said China hopes the United States will listen to the objective and rational voices of the international community.
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In the ongoing campaign against chaotic online celebrities, "fan circles," and the digital platforms that stand to profit from them, relevant authorities are working full steam ahead.
20 years on, a disastrous U.S. legacy in Afghanistan
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As the U.S. ends its longest war, deaths, bloodshed and a tremendous humanitarian tragedy are what the country has left behind in Afghanistan.
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The U.S. intelligence community recently concocted a so-called investigation report on COVID-19 virus origins tracing, doing its best to discredit China politically.
A Is for Anxiety: Tutoring Clampdown Tests China’s Parents
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Reforms to reduce the schooling burden on young children have stressed-out parents scrambling for classes.
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A seven-member boy idol group in China has been disbanded only four days after its establishment, amid overwhelming criticism that the company is profiting from school-age children.
U.S. should invite WHO to probe coronavirus origins at Fort Detrick, UNC
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A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Aug. 25 urged the United States to stop political manipulation on the issue of coronavirus origins tracing
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A Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson on Aug. 24 opposed COVID-19 origins tracing by U.S. intelligence agencies, urging the U.S. to return to the course of scientific origins tracing as soon as possible
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Despite the 20 years of military operation by the US-led forces, in which at least 71,000 civilians were killed in Afghanistan and Pakistan, the Taliban, the main target of the Western forces, again control the country.
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For China, integrating the rules of its pilot free trade zones (FTZs) and the RCEP, which covers about one-third of the world's population and global GDP, can synergize its economic development with that of the Asia-Pacific region.
Animation: An anti-pandemic fight, or a political game?
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How did the world's most powerful state become the worst in COVID-19 response? Instead of confronting the pandemic head on, U.S. politicians have time and again resorted to, playing politics.
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For a long time, the United States has proclaimed itself as a "beacon of human rights." The facts, however, show that America not only acts too slowly to protect human rights, but also incessantly violates human rights in various aspects.
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TV, film and music industry associations have called for celebrities to abide by laws and devote more energy to their art to promote the development of the industry and set good examples for the public.
BRI's contribution to global human rights indelible
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According to a report from the World Bank, BRI transport projects could by 2030 help lift 7.6 million people out of extreme poverty and 32 million people out of moderate poverty globally.
Politicizing COVID-19 origins won't save U.S.: experts
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Experts from different countries have strongly opposed politicizing the COVID-19 origin-tracing, adding that the political agenda is not going to save the U.S. from the health crisis.
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China urges Japan to earnestly honor its statements and commitments on facing up to and reflecting on its history of aggression, and act prudently on historical issues including Yasukuni Shrine, a foreign ministry spokesperson said on Aug. 15.
China's top envoy in US seeks 'rational' relations
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Qin Gang (right), China's new ambassador to the United States, meets with US Deputy Secretary of State Wendy...
THREE questions Ft. Detrick should answer
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Fort Detrick, a U.S. Army biological lab, spent 250,000 JPY to obtain files from the notorious Unit 731 in the 1940s.
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