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Top CPC leaders reaffirm mission at Party's birthplace
Xi said the aim of the tour was to revisit the Party's past -- especially the history of its founding -- to learn from the predecessors of revolutionary times and their noble spirit.
8 killed, multiple injured in New York City "act of terror"
Eight people were killed and a dozen more injured after a truck plowed into pedestrians near the World Trade Center in New York City, the mayor said on Tuesday.
Chinese couples cautiously consider dividends of new family planning policy
The universal two-child policy, which took effect on January 1, 2016, allows about 90 million more couples to have second babies.
US man dedicates life to Chinese character study
Amazed with his two decades of effort researching Chinese characters, Chinese netizens gave Richard Sears the nickname Hanzi Shushu, or Uncle Hanzi.
Ethiopian runner wins international marathon in sandals
An Ethiopian runner has become a star on Chinese social media after he won the Songshan Shaolin International Marathon in a pair of battered sandals.
Shanghai university graduate develops four-legged robot dog
The robot dog, developed by Unitree Robotics, which was established by Wang in 2016, can walk forward, backward, and sideways, and over rough terrain.


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