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Washington's anti-China policies will continue to be a fool's errand: China Daily editorial

China Daily 23 Jan 2022
That means although it is increasingly a consensus in the US that easing trade tensions with China will help ease its inflation pressures and relieve US companies and consumers of the burden of actually paying for about 90 percent of the tariffs, the anti-China forces still have the deciding say.
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Kingdom of Characters by Jing Tsu review – Chinese writing’s near death experience

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
“If the Chinese script is not abolished, China will certainly perish!” So said the literary author Lu Xun in the 1930s, and many in China agreed ... In 1900, China was a great power in steep decline ... As a result, we get to know a lot more details about “also-ran” inventors and their inventions than about the ones who actually shaped modern China.
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‘The clap for the NHS meant nothing’: novelist turned doctor Roopa Farooki on her frontline experience of Covid

The Observer 23 Jan 2022
I’ve actually always wanted to be a doctor,” she says ... ‘This is what the pandemic has done for us – we can actually accept and talk about death.” ... “It felt like it was a way to pretend that you were doing something, without actually having to do anything concrete ... You don’t know whether it will ever actually be over.
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China’s Record Low Birth Rate Points To Potential Demographic Crisis

OWP 22 Jan 2022
China’s birth rate dropped to a record low in 2021, continuing a downward trend that threatens China’s economy and aging population ... “China’s government has obscured the actual fertility rate to disguise the disastrous ramifications of the one-child policy.” ... China’s push for population growth does not extend to all regions within its borders.
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Has China Moved to Reclaim Dongzhang Waterfall Near Arunachal From Indian Army After 20 Years?

Sputnik 22 Jan 2022
Dongzhang is located 200-300 meters north of the Line of Actual ...
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US sanctions are losing their effectiveness

Beijing News 21 Jan 2022
First of all, it's important to define what an effective sanctions regime actually is ... In terms of the promotion of human rights, which Washington claims is its goal, or the destabilization of governments - as is the actual goal - unilateral sanctions are not often entirely successful.
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Trust in govt hits record of 91% in China

China Daily 21 Jan 2022
The report said that China was the first major economy to thrive after the COVID-19 outbreak ... Kennedy School of Government on China ... "The reason is that the Communist Party of China and the Chinese government actually deliver for the people." ... In contrast, China has much longer-term ...
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Interview: "Building a community with a shared future for mankind" a basis for global interaction, cooperation -- Singaporean scholar

People Daily 21 Jan 2022
China's development mode is actually one of this kind in the world that emphasizes collective advancement for people across all segments of society. It is equitable, encompassing and effective, thus suitable for China's next phase of socioeconomic development, said Loh.
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Commodities to veer between China hopes, pandemic fears

Mining Dot Com 21 Jan 2022
But while copper managed to hold on to much of its gains, iron ore plunged as China changed course on steel output, actually enforcing an official target that 2021’s output would not exceed 2020’s, and the spot price, as assessed by commodity price reporting agency Argus, fell as low as $87 a tonne by November.
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The diplomatic row that shows China's true global strength

Beijing News 21 Jan 2022
China's dispute with Lithuania over its recognition of Taiwan attracted a lot of headlines in 2021, and it will surprise few that the repercussions are still rumbling on into the new year ... At the same time, Lithuania's exports to China have been all but wiped out ... Whether Lithuania actually changes course is another question.
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Parasite Empire Unravelled

GlobalResearch 21 Jan 2022
It’s none of western business if China decides to prepare itself for potential western biological attacks with any measures it deems necessary considering that the US owns the biggest pile of WMDs along with hundreds of bio weapon facilities across the globe, along with the ...
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Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics: When is the opening ceremony and what are Team GB predictions?

The Daily Telegraph 21 Jan 2022
Beijing will become the first city to stage both the Summer and Winter Olympics when the Games kick off in China in February ... British athletes flying out to the Winter Olympics have been warned by officials of "certain punishments" if they protest over alleged human rights abuses in China.
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Bitcoin drops to five-month low as investors dump risk assets

The Irish Times 21 Jan 2022
Turcotte likened the situation in Russia to that of China before Beijing began a more forceful crackdown on the industry. “Nobody listened to [Chinese officials] until they actually brought the hammer down,” he said. Last year, China declared that all crypto activities were illegal. – Copyright The Financial Times Limited 2022. .
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