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Superstitions Around the World - How's your Luck?

Superstitions Around the World - How's your Luck?

What Are The Biggest Sporting Events Around the World?

There's a big summer of sport ahead this year, with the World Athletics Championship being one of the highlights on the 2017 calendar in London at the former Olympic Stadium. Elsewhere, Floyd Mayweather and Conor McGregor have signed up for what is being billed as 'the fight of the century', while in cricket there is an Ashes series to look forward to at the back end of the year.

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Does Bingo Have a Calling in China? A Look at the History of the Game and Future Possibilities

Does Bingo Have a Calling in China? A Look at the History of the Game and Future Possibilities

lucky animal in China
Good Fortune in China: What is Considered Lucky?

Good Fortune in China: What is Considered Lucky?

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WannaCry Ransomware Attack
WannaCry Ransomware Attack: What is Known So Far

WannaCry Ransomware Attack: What is Known So Far

Chinese President Xi Jinping (R) shakes hands with Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte (L) prior to their bilateral meeting during the Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation.
Duterte's Visit to China Concludes, Yields to 4 Agreements for Improved Bilateral Ties

Rodrigo Duterte, the current president of the Philippines, recently concluded his three-day visit to China. The visit resulted in agreements in four areas such as infrastructure funding, human resource development, energy cooperation and news/publishing.

China's Oil and Natural Gas Needs
China to Import More US Oil, Gas with Plans to Sign $20 Billion Worth of Deals with Other Countries

China is now interested in importing more U.S. crude oil and natural gas as well as join in the U.S.’s growing liquefied natural gas export industry, according to Wang Yilin, chairman of China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC).

Government Urged To Curb Mushroom Bridges Over Yangtze River
Chinese Man Saves More than 300 People from Jumping Off Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge

In 2016, the Nanjing Yangtze River Bridge closed for repairs. However, despite the temporary closure, the bridge remains the most popular jump off point to take a 70-meter plunge down to death.

OBOR Summit in Beijing
Project of the Century: Xi’s OBOR Promises Infrastructure Financing for 65 Countries

Chinese President Xi Jinping welcomed delegates from more than 100 countries, including 28 heads of states, to the two-day One Belt One Road (OBOR) Summit in Beijing that started on Sunday, May 14. The president called the OBOR as "project of the century."

China's sea level obtained a record-high increase because of climate change.
China, EU to Hold Summit on Climate Change

China and the European Union are set to hold a climate-centered summit in Brussels, which comes on the heels of U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement.

U.S. beef was banned in China in 2003 after a case of mad cow disease was discovered in Washington state.
China to Allow US Beef, Gas Exports in Trade Deal with Washington

The United States and China have agreed to a trade deal that will allow American beef and natural gas exports to flow into China while opening up the U.S. market for poultry and Chinese banks, U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross announced Thursday.

According to a recently released guideline, CPC leadership should be enhanced in various aspects.
China Calls for CPC Leadership Enhancement in Cultural Organizations

China has recently called for the enhancement of CPC leadership in the country's cultural organizations. This is according to a guideline released by the general offices of the CPC Central Committee and the State Council.

Brexit Effect on Nuclear Deal
UK Exporters to China Worried over Delays in Implementation of Post-Brexit Laws

U.K. exporters are concerned that any delays by the British government in the implementation of new post-Brexit legislation could affect U.K. exports to China, according to an article in

Scenes of ruined buildings and devastation littered a county in Western China following an earthquake on Thursday.
9 Dead, More Than 20 Injured in Western China Quake

At least nine people have died and more than 20 got injured after a 5.5-magnitude earthquake hit western China on Thursday, according to the state-owned Xinhua News Agency.

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