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Fame no license for breaking law
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On July 31 night, Kris Wu, a Chinese-Canadian singer was detained on suspicion of rape.
Scoring controversies call for more transparency in gymnastics
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The latest controversy surrounding gymnastics occured on the sixth day of the Tokyo Olympics when Japanese gymnast Daiki Hashimoto won the gold for men's individual all-around.
Chinese military: determined defender of world peace
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As the world undergoes profound changes unseen in a century, the PLA will safeguard China's sovereignty, security and development interests and never seek expansion or spheres of influence.
U.S. attempt to manipulate WHO is ugly
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Some U.S. politicians have recently stepped up their efforts to smear China by playing up the so-called lab-leak theory in tracing the origin of COVID-19.
U.S. must treat China equally before bilateral ties normalize
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The United States must treat China equally, discard its habitual bullying of China, and interact with China with...
What're U.S.' intentions behind politicizing virus origin tracing?
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Officials and experts from many countries have stood against the U.S.' politicization of the COVID-19 origin tracing and urged the country to invite World Health Organization (WHO) experts to investigate Fort Detrick lab instead.
COVID-19 origin-tracing should be conducted in multiple countries, regions: experts
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As COVID-19 origin-tracing is an important and complex scientific issue, it should be conducted in multiple countries and regions by collaborative efforts worldwide instead of targeting one country to blame, some experts has said.
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Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is traveling to China for a two-day visit starting on Sunday, during which she is scheduled to meet with senior Chinese diplomats in the Chinese coastal city of Tianjin.
US avoiding answering questions by deflecting attention onto China
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Unfortunately, that has proved not to be the case. Instead, the US administration has been even more vociferous in apportioning blame to China and the lab.
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Washington together with its allies has accused China of responsibility for a number of cyber attacks against private entities in the West, in yet another move to smear the Asian country.
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China on Tuesday announced concrete details of its plans for optimizing its birth policy and promoting the long-term, balanced development of its population, giving material support to couples who have more babies.
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For a world still in the throes of a ravaging pandemic and ensuing economic challenges, a closer China-ASEAN relationship will continue to become an important pillar of peace, stability and prosperity.
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For the first time in history, in response to the COVID-19 health and economic crisis, an informal APEC economic leaders' retreat was held before the regular annual convention in November.
China's high-quality development means more opportunities to world
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Data from China's National Bureau of Statistics showed on Thursday that the country's gross domestic product expanded 12.7 percent year on year in the first half of 2021, while other key economic indicators also demonstrated a steady momentum.
Xinjiang's progress in human rights smashes lies, rumors
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Despite repeated slanders by certain delusional foreign media and politicians, people in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region are enjoying unprecedented human rights progress.
Suppressing China won't help U.S. tech vitality
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Blacklisting those Chinese firms has nothing to do with improving the human rights conditions in Xinjiang. U.S. politicians pay no more than lip service even when tackling human rights problems at home.
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The global community needs to keep vigilant over Washington's habitual tactics of twisting facts and truth, creating biased narratives, and deliberately stirring up an ideological confrontation to influence global public opinion.
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After wiping out absolute poverty, China has realized its first centenary goal -- building a moderately prosperous...
US has nothing to fear, except the consequences of its own fears
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According to media reports on Friday, the US administration is to add 23 more Chinese companies and entities to its blacklist because of alleged human rights abuses in China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
US' ability to harm HK is over
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On Wednesday, the White House announced the extension of the “national emergency designation to Hong Kong”, declared by the former US ruling party on July 14, 2020, for another year.
'Icebreakers' key to Sino-UK business ties
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Last year, President Xi Jinping had two telephone conversations with British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and charted the course for further advancing Sino-British relations.
Common good calls for closer China-EU partnership
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Joining forces to build a closer China-EU partnership featuring cooperation, reciprocity and trust will be in the vital interests of both sides, and those of the global community at large.
Firewall against virus must not be breached
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Thanks to the experience accumulated during its handling of the previous outbreaks, Ruili has already responded in a timely manner to the emergency this time.
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During the 100 years of its existence, the CPC's overall emphasis has been on rebuilding and transforming China. The second half of the last hundred years bore the final fruits of the efforts taken in the previous decades.
Rejuvenation will make country a great partner
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The grand gathering in Tian'anmen Square in Beijing on Thursday morning to celebrate the centenary of the Communist Party of China naturally drew the world's attention.
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