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Unit of Chinese company acquires Texas project

The US unit of a Chinese company that is among the leading manufacturers of wind turbines for power generation is about to start a major wind-power project in Texas.

Vietnam, US adopt statement on partnership

Vietnamese President Tran Dai Quang and visiting US President Barack Obama on Monday adopted a joint statement on advancing bilateral comprehensive partnership.

Baby shark born in NE China

The oceanic whitetip shark named Mercury was born on May 15, 2016 and is the first baby whitetip shark born in Jilin.

SF eyes backdoor listing

SF Express, one of China's largest courier firms, is planning the reverse takeover of a rare-earth metals company, which will allow it a backdoor listing on the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

Lang Lang wants to share music worldwide

Starting with a solo of Stravinsky's Fireworks Op. 4, world-famed Chinese pianist Lang Lang gave a passionate performance in the packed Chicago Symphony Center.

Azarenka retires from opening match due to injury

Two-times Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka was forced to retire with a right knee injury from her opening match at Roland Garros on Tuesday when the fifth seed trailing 4-0 to world No 118 Karin Knapp in the decider.

European border closures 'inhumane': UN refugee agency

The UN refugee agency (UNHCR) said on Monday border closures in Europe to stop migrants were inhumane and government efforts to stem the flow had averted the crisis only temporarily.

Yang Ermin's ink paintings have a modern twist

Yang Ermin's solo exhibition to be opened at Linyi's city museum, in Shandong province, will have some 60 ink paintings through which one can get a picture of how the artist gives a modern touch to classical ink art.

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China figures among Britain's top 10 most valuable inbound tourism markets

Latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics showed China has moved into Britain's top 10 most valuable inbound markets, British tourism authorities said Monday.

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Diana Greer: Sometimes the smallest things matter the most

Diana Greer, president of the US China People's Friendship Association (USCPFA), was recently able to reunite with some old friends from the other side of the world. It's all part of her job, after all.

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