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Beijing dance studio resumes business

Established two years ago, 505 Dance Studio now has more than 300 students. Like other small entertainment venues in Beijing, it is also a victim of the COVID-19 outbreak.

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US blueberry growers see huge opportunity in China

US blueberry growers got a ray of sunshine when the US Department of Agriculture and the Office of the US Trade Representative announced last week.

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Protests over George Floyd's death turn violent in Minneapolis

In the wake of the death of George Floyd in police custody, protests have continued after turning violent on Wednesday night with fires burning and businesses looted in Minneapolis, the biggest city in the midwest state of Minnesota. ...

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PLA's HK garrison will carry out central govt's policies

Major General Chen Daoxiang, commander of the People's Liberation Army Hong Kong Garrison, said his troops will firmly execute the central government's policies and decisions and strive to safeguard the city's long-term prosperity and stability.

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No thank you, Trump. China and India don't require US mediation

Donald Trump tweeted on Wednesday that "We have informed both India and China that the United States is ready, willing and able to mediate or arbitrate their now raging border dispute." His proposal to help resolve the recent border standoff between the two Asian neighbors isn't likely to succeed, however, because they don't require U.S. assistance in this respect. In fact, it can be argued that this is a self-interested gesture masked with a thin veneer of altruism designed to cleverly advance the American geostrategic agenda.

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China adopts decision to make Hong Kong national security laws

Deputies to the 13th National People's Congress attending the closing meeting of its third annual session voted to approve the NPC Decision on Establishing and Improving the Legal System and Enforcement Mechanisms for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region to Safeguard National Security.

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WHO says the Americas are new COVID-19 epicenter as deaths surge in Latin Americ

"Now is not the time for countries to ease restrictions," Carissa Etienne, WHO director for the Americas and head of the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO), said via video-conference.

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Six English proficiency exams in June canceled nationwide

Many domestic exams slated in February and March have already been postponed, including Tests for English Majors (TEM).

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The US can't isolate China in technology under the guise of security

On May 22, the US' Department of Commerce's Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS) announced the inclusion of 33 Chinese governmental and commercial organizations in the Entity List. Some experts believe that the aim that this act is to promote Trump's election and force China to accept the US terms on certain issues. However, in essence, the US move is to continue to implement the Trump administration's established strategy of closing China off from American technology.

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Multinational corporations not likely to leave China: media

Though decoupling with China has been incited by some politicians recently, the world's largest developing country is set to "remain a critical manufacturing hub for most multinational companies for the foreseeable future," Japanese media have said.

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