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Xinjiang officials condemn US "sanctions" as hegemonic acts

Four officials in China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have strongly condemned the so-called sanctions recently imposed by the United States, calling them "blatant hegemonic acts."
Source: Xinhua | 2020/7/22 9:02:17欧美人与动牲交av

Real-time update on coronavirus outbreak

Latest in battle against coronavirus
Source: Global Times | 2020/1/22 21:15:00欧美人与动牲交av

China mulls new regulations over recruitment and management of foreign teachers

China released a draft regulation on Tuesday over the recruitment and management of foreign teachers and is soliciting public opinions until August 21. The regulation listed several circumstances under which foreign teachers will be subject to termination of employment.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/22 2:24:35

China's Mars mission delights space fans

Space exploration enthusiasts in China are rushing to South China's Hainan to witness the historic launch of China's first mission to Mars.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/22 0:37:59欧美人与动牲交av

China uses high-tech to fight floods, geological disasters

China uses high technology, such as Beidou Navigation Satellite System and drones, to fight floods, which have caused great damage to many provinces in Southern China this summer.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/22 0:29:29

Sanctioning Chinese firms 'double-edged sword' for US

The US added 11 Chinese companies to its Entity List for “human rights abuses” in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, raising the number of Chinese companies being restricted from US-origin items to 48 under the same excuse. Experts said by resorting to unfounded accusations, the US move aims to strip these Chinese companies from industrial chains, which would also hurt US companies' interests and destabilize global chains. The Chinese government should also prepare to offer assistance, and for reciprocal measures.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 23:23:40欧美人与动牲交av

Exports of made-in-China Sex dolls surge during pandemic

Chinese sex doll makers' export orders doubled this year during the COVID-19 pandemic due to loneliness brought about by strict social distancing measures, media reports said.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 23:44:55欧美人与动牲交av

University under fire for not expelling purported ethnic minority student charged with rape

A renowned Chinese university is in hot water after giving academic probation to a student found guilty of rape by a court, triggering heated debate among Chinese society as many called the punishment far too lenient and suspected that the university had leaned toward the student because of his purported ethnic minority identity.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 23:16:33欧美人与动牲交av

Three Gorges Dam helps tame floods

The Three Gorges Dam, currently the world's largest hydroelectric power project, has helped tame floods big or small for more than a decade. When water levels peaked early this month, the dam was able to drain up to a maximum of 46 percent of the flood water. From saving people's lives, generating power, to driving local tourism, the dam has been working effectively since it was put into operation in 2006, despite frequent rumors of its distortion and inability to prevent floods.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 21:38:40

Latest round of defamation to Three Gorges Dam shows lack of basic knowledge

Chinese engineers and mechanics experts on Tuesday denounced a new round of Western media reports that hyped the Three Gorges Dam deformation rumor, saying the reports were taken out of context and exposed their anti-China mindset and lack of basic physics knowledge.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 21:28:40欧美人与动牲交av

Beijing cinemas to reopen

Following on the heels of many other cities in China, Beijing announced on Tuesday that cinemas in low-risk areas will reopen from Friday under strict social-distancing and protective measures.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 20:33:41

Indian economy will suffer due to planned sanction of Chinese firms: experts

Indian economy and customers will suffer as New Delhi plans to sanction several Chinese companies due to their "military connection," because India can't find an ideal replacement from other countries, said Chinese analysts. They said such moves only show that the Indian government failed to manage domestic nationalism.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 19:23:40欧美人与动牲交av

US frequent military moves near China contribute to accident rates: expert

Struggling to maintain its global presence and attempts to contain China, the US military is stressed with frequent major accidents amid the pandemic. With warships burned, fighter jets crashing and overseas bases plagued with COVID-19, the US military's combat readiness saw a decline in the past months, Chinese military experts said on Tuesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 19:13:40

Beijing cinemas are allowed to reopen from Friday: city official

Cinemas in low-risk areas in Beijing are allowed to reopen on Friday under strict social-distancing and protective measures: govt official
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 16:26:59

Upper reaches of local river in Hubei at risk of dam-breaking and flooding at any time: Enshi govt

The Enshi government in Central China's Hubei Province on Tuesday urged local residents to prepare for evacuation as the upper reaches of the Qingjiang River are at risk of dam-breaking and flooding at any time.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 13:18:40欧美人与动牲交av

Yellow River issues blue warning for upstream flood

The Yellow River Water Conservancy Commission has issued a blue warning for upstream flood conditions as strong rains continue to swell the river and reservoirs.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 10:21:50

Urumqi launches citywide free COVID-19 testing

Urumqi, capital of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, is giving free COVID-19 tests to all 3.5 million people in the city in the wake of a new community outbreak of the disease.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 10:15:53

Moviegoers can't wait, as cinemas in Beijing get ready to open

Some cinemas in Beijing are ready reopen and moviegoers can book tickets online using their real name, after Beijing downgrades its COVID-19 emergency response to level III on Monday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/7/21 2:52:52