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Chinese Spring Festival goes global, holds universal values
The popularity of the festival stems from its positive, universal spirit, which incarnates the best of human nature.
China's diplomacy more extroverted, confident: EU experts
some European experts say that the Chinese government seems to push on with a more extroverted and confident diplomacy.
Hong Kong overnight riot injures at least 48 police officers
Some 300 rioters clashed with Hong Kong police after a clearance operation on illegal hawkers from late Monday to Tuesday morning.
Discussion of tradition continues as fireworks banned in more Chinese cities
Zhang Lin from northeast China's Jilin province heard less firecrackers during Spring Festival of the past two years.
2,000-year-old embroidery regains luster
Jiang Tongwan, in his 20s, owns a workshop in Hunan Province. He is one of the first 11 male vocational school graduates major in Hunan style embroidery.
Death toll of Taiwan quake rises to 41
The death toll of a 6.7-magnitude quake that hit south Taiwan early Saturday has risen to 41 and more than 100 people remain missing.

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