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Lab-grown meat finds its way into Chines

Chinese customers who are fed up with traditional flavors of moon cakes such as mixed nuts and bean paste now have a new choice: synthetic meat.

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There's more to this business than meets the eye

Ma Yinqing has turned a blind eye to the popular notion that blind and visually impaired people are destined to work in the massage industry. The 24-year-old visually impaired Shanghai resident is probably the first among her peers to start up a business in the field of audio program production.

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Water found for first time on another star's planet

PARIS - Water has been discovered for the first time in the atmosphere of an ex ...

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Shanghai Disney Resort allows visitors to enter with outside food after dispute

Shanghai Disney Resort on Wednesday implemented a new policy allowing visitors t ...

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Should we cheer or fear facial recognition?

The southern Chinese city of Guangzhou has adopted facial recognition technology since Monday in two of its subway stations, allowing for fast and easy entrance. ...

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US needs Huawei more than Huawei needs US

"America needs Huawei more than Huawei needs America," a senior executive of China's telecoms company Huawei said on Tuesday, adding that Washington's ban on its products "will hurt America in a very substantial way."

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The changing role of teachers in the age of AI

In the past three decades, the focus of China's educational reform has shifted from the traditional teacher-and-textbook-centered practice to a student-and-activity-centered approach.

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Von der Leyen: Brexit not the end of British ties

Ursula von der Leyen said Tuesday that Brexit – "should it happen" – would be only the start of a new relationship between the UK and the EU, and "not the end."

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New rules for shared bikes firms

The Shanghai government issued an assessment criterion for shared bikes on its website on Monday in which it stated the number of bikes in the city will be adjusted based on maintenance programs, services and user credibility.

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HK parents slam teachers for spreading police hatred in schools

Some Hong Kong parents and police groups filed a complaint against some teachers who were allegedly feeding their children with hatred toward the Hong Kong Police Force, and spreading stories about police brutality on Monday, vowing to take the incident seriously.

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