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Art show takes visitors on 'sensory journey' to Valletta, Beijing

China.dot.org 24 Sep 2021
... history of Valletta and Beijing was launched on Thursday in Valletta, the capital city of Malta ... He told Xinhua that videos and pictures taken in Valletta and Beijing by the two countries' citizens have been solicited for the exhibition since May this year.  .
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Neeraj Chopra visits Abhinav Bindra, gets puppy named Tokyo as a gift. See pics

Hindustan Times 23 Sep 2021
“Took my Olympic medal to meet its elder sibling from Beijing today, Thank you @Abhinav_Bindra sir for your family's warm hospitality and for 'Tokyo' who I will cherish forever!” he wrote in a Twitter post and shared pictures of his new furry friend. Take a look at the tweet and the pictures below..
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Art show takes visitors on "sensory journey" to Valletta, Beijing

China.dot.org 23 Sep 2021
Through the combination of audio-visual and tactile experiences, the exhibition takes the audience on a "sensory comparison journey" as if they were in Valletta and Beijing at the same time ... He told Xinhua that videos and pictures taken in Valletta and Beijing by the two countries' citizens have been solicited for the exhibition since May this year.
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GM invests in Chinese autonomous driving startup Momenta

The Times of India 23 Sep 2021
... of its office building in Beijing, China March 13, 2020. Picture taken March 13, 2020.
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Why the looming collapse of an enormous Chinese property developer is an economic time bomb ...

The Daily Mail 22 Sep 2021
Credit ratings agency S&P Global now fears it is on the verge of defaulting, and expects Beijing to let it go under ... Leading credit ratings agency S&P Global now fears it is on the verge of defaulting, expecting Beijing to let it go under (pictured is the Evergrande Centre in Shanghai).
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AUSUK Makes Good Sense

The Epoch Times 22 Sep 2021
These comments tend to come from sources known to have close ties and/or to sympathize with Beijing. It is therefore important to look closely at the whole picture in order to have a ...
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Australia's submarines make waves in Asia long before they go to sea

Straits Times 21 Sep 2021
BEIJING - China is swelling into a military superpower ... Now Australia, backed by the United States and Britain, has catapulted the military contest with Beijing in Asia into a tense new phase ... "The picture is one of three Anglo-Saxon countries drumming up militarily in the Indo-Pacific region.
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Extraordinary warning Australia will be a target for NUCLEAR WAR as furious Chinese academic issues ...

The Daily Mail 20 Sep 2021
Beijing's tantrum over Australia's nuclear-powered submarine deal with the United States and Britain has escalated even further with a Chinese official saying the nation is now a target for nuclear war (pictured, a Tomahawk cruise missile is fired by the US Navy). Beijing has ...
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Officials condemn China’s ‘cruel’ fruit import ban

Taipei Times 19 Sep 2021
The KMT called on the government to seek bilateral dialogue with Beijing to resolve the issue that led to the ban on custard apple and wax apple imports ... Wax apples are pictured in Pingtung County in an undated photograph. At least Beijing gave a few days’ notice when it banned pineapple imports, an unnamed government official said yesterday.
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Jackie Chan film ‘Ride On’ starts shooting

Shenzhen Daily 17 Sep 2021
JACKIE CHAN has begun shooting his next film, a martial arts-based comedy about a man and his horse, entitled “Ride On.” ... Between Yin and Yang” a 3.8 ... “Ride On” is produced by Alibaba Pictures, Beijing Hairun Pictures and HG Entertainment Film Co. (SD-Agencies). .
photo: AP / Kin Cheung
The Liaoning, China's first aircraft carrier, departs Hong Kong
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Furious China issues bone-chilling warning subs deal could 'make Australia a potential target for a NUCLEAR strike'

The Daily Mail 17 Sep 2021
This image shows where the silos could be built in the Chinese desert as Beijing beefs up its military ... Western democratic nations are increasingly concerned at the way China is laying claim to the South China Sea, ignoring other nations territorial claims (pictured, Chinese troops marching during a military parade in Tiananmen Square in Beijing).
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The panda in the room: How Joe Biden, Boris Johnson and Scott Morrison ALL failed ...

The Daily Mail 16 Sep 2021
Pictured ... Pictured ... Pictured ... Pictured ... Canberra dismisses the threat and warns Beijing against 'economic coercion' ... Officials are increasingly concerned at the way China is laying claim to the South China Sea, ignoring other nations territorial claims (pictured, Chinese troops marching during a military parade in Tiananmen Square in Beijing).
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The terrifying evidence that proves why a vastly outgunned Australia NEEDS to make nuclear submarines ...

The Daily Mail 16 Sep 2021
Beijing boasts 42 times more soldiers, 55 times more tanks, 13 times more submarines and 16 times more fighter jets ... Officials are increasingly concerned at the way China is laying claim to the South China Sea, ignoring other nations territorial claims (pictured, Chinese troops marching during a military parade in Tiananmen Square in Beijing).
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Macau casinos suffer $18BILLION losses in share collapse after Beijing officials unveiled plans for crackdown ...

The Daily Mail 15 Sep 2021
It comes after officials in the world's biggest gambling city unveiled plans for a Beijing-led crackdown that would tighten their grip on the already beleaguered industry ... Shares plunged by up to a third ahead of a Beijing-led crackdown on the gaming industry. Pictured. Wynn casino in Macau ... RELATED ARTICLES. Previous 1 Next ... Share this article. .
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Opinion | Why Progressives Shouldn’t Push Biden to Oust Trump’s Fed Chair

Politico 15 Sep 2021
Magazine. wealth of nations Opinion . Why Progressives Shouldn’t Push Biden to Oust Trump’s Fed Chair. Jerome Powell has presided over an unexpected sea change in monetary policy, geared toward promoting economic and racial justice. The left shouldn’t risk losing that ... ... The Fed’s vice chair for supervision, Randal Quarles, is pictured in Beijing, China.
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