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DC’s giant panda fans could be in for a big surprise

Giant panda cubs often steal the spotlight at the Smithsonian National Zoo in Washington, such as the departure of female cub Bao Bao on Feb 21 and the weaning of male cub Bei Bei a few weeks later. All eyes have now turned once again to their mother Mei Xiang, who turned 19 on Saturday.

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China’s global popularity on the rise, surveys find

When China began its reform and opening up drive in 1978, its gross domestic product (GDP) ranked 10th in the world, trailing not only the United States, but a host of other nations, including Japan, Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Brazil and Spain. In fact, it was smaller than the economy of California.

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US media lack public trust in coverage of China, Trump

Like many in China, I have long felt the US news media bias in covering China. Much of this, in my view, is due to an individual writer’s lack of knowledge about China, his political bias, the agenda of his news organization or political correctness in the United States.

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Tencent 8th most valuable global brand

Chinese internet portal Tencent has cracked the top 10 of the world’s 100 most valuable brands, according to an annual ranking.

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Feng gets her game in gear

Feng Shanshan won in Malaysia and Japan during an impressive stretch toward the end of the 2016 season.

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Dragons returning to London after 230 years

A Chinese-owned company is sponsoring the $5.6 million renovation of an 18th century London pagoda believed to have been inspired by a 15th century Nanjing structure The Great Pagoda at Kew Gardens in London will be restored to its 18th century splendor and reopen to the public next year, after a major renovation based on […]

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