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Li says trade friction should be tackled through dialogue

China firmly promotes trade liberalization and investment by safeguarding multilateral trade as a main channel for economic growth and by building an open and transparent regional free trade framework, Premier Li Keqiang said on Monday.

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Study finds diabetes-cancer link

Diabetes and cancer share many risk factors, and a new study reveals that Asians with Type 2 diabetes have a 26 percent higher chance of dying from cancer and a risk of death from specific cancers that can be even greater.

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Zoo gets busy in bid to grow panda ranks

Just eight days after the departure of its beloved giant panda Bao Bao, the Smithsonian’s National Zoo is embarking on producing new cubs.

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Bao Bao just herself at dumpling farewell

Bao Bao, the giant panda at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo, did not disappoint at her Chinese dumpling farewell party on a frigid Thursday morning.

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Transplant progress throws nation in spotlight

A 10-year reform that has shaken off China’s dependence on executed inmates as the primary source for transplant organs has brought the country to the Vatican to share on the world stage its experience in combating organ commercialism.

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Chinese Lunar New Year connects the dots in Chinatown

New York City organizations made a push to recognize the Chinese Lunar New Year outside of Chinatown by holding festivities on Madison Avenue, hoping to impress upon tourists and members of the New York City community the cultural significance of the Chinese Spring Festival.

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