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Dormitory decorations at this Chinese college deserve your jealousy

While college is certainly a memorable time of life, the living accommodations usually leave a bit to be desired. Four students from Xihua University in Chengdu, southwest China's Sichuan Province, have created a stir online after photos of their dorm room in the style of a traditional Japanese bar were released on social media.

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Lipstick collection by the Palace Museum

If you think the Palace Museum is a place only for traditional Chinese culture, you're wrong.

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French protests: Macron to address the nation

Amid loud calls for him to end the "yellow vest" crisis gripping France, President Emmanuel Macron will address the nation Monday evening as authorities count the cost of weeks of anti-government protests.

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Why human chess survives rise of the machines

With so much angst about artificial intelligence and the future of work, the recent world chess championship in London offers some hope. It is not that mankind has turned the tables on the march of progress.

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China establishes ethics assessment committee for online games

China has set up an assessment committee to make sure online games meet a certain code of ethics, in a bid to provide the public with healthy entertainment products and protect adolescents from the negative impact of online gaming.

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Anti-smoking campaign at NW college goes viral

A college in Xi'an has been gaining a lot of attention on social media in China for posting signs with amusing slogans to discourage students from smoking.

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Hot ocean water blamed for ancient mass extinction?

Scientists think they’ve figured out the falling dominoes that led to Earth’s largest mass extinction and worry that human-caused climate change puts the planet on a vaguely similar path.

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China's foreign reserves rise in November

China's foreign reserves rose unexpectedly in November, the first monthly increase since July, as the Chinese yuan posted a rare gain against the U.S. dollar over the month.

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US abuses legal procedure to stifle Huawei

It is clear that Washington is maliciously finding fault with Huawei and trying to put the company in jeopardy with US laws. Washington is attempting to damage Huawei's international reputation and taking aim at the tech giant's global market in the name of law.

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Commemoration ceremony held for late Nanjing Massacre survivors

Zhao Min, daughter of the late Nanjing Massacre survivor Zhao Jinhua, mourns her mother's passing at the Memorial Hall of the Victims in Nanjing Massacre by Japanese Invaders in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province, Dec. 6, 2018.

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