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        Guizhou aquarium attracts wrong kind of attention by writing common surnames on fish

        An aquarium in Southwest China's Guizhou Province recently triggered online controversy after it attempted to attract tourists by writing common Chinese surnames on its fish.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/24 14:37:36

        Xi extends greetings to scientists engaged in Dongfanghong-1 satellite mission

        Chinese President Xi Jinping wrote back on Thursday to the elder scientists who participated in the Dongfanghong-1 mission, as the 50th anniversary of the successful launch of the country's first man-made satellite approached.
        Source: People's Daily | 2020/4/24 9:40:19

        Vice premier stresses continuous, regular epidemic control measures

        Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan demanded continuous epidemic prevention and control efforts on a regular basis, in a bid to bring the economic and social activities completely back to normal.
        Source: Xinhua | 2020/4/24 12:31:15

        China-Laos railway completes beam setting of 1st cross-Mekong River bridge

        All the beams of the Luang Prabang cross-Mekong River super major bridge of the China-Laos railway have been installed, according to the Laos-China Railway Co., Ltd. (LCRC), a joint venture based in Lao capital Vientiane in charge of the construction and operation of the railway.
        Source: Xinhua | 2020/4/24 11:21:57

        China's first Mars exploration mission named Tianwen-1

        China's first Mars exploration mission has been named Tianwen-1, announced the China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Friday, China's Space Day.
        Source: Xinhua | 2020/4/24 10:17:52

        Australian university students support anti-China rioter expulsion

        Students at the Australian University of Queensland (UQ) said they would support expelling or punishing an anti-China rioter who has allegedly disrupted campus order and incited racism after it was reported the student faces possible expulsion.
        Source: Globaltimes.cn | 2020/4/24 3:13:35

        Mass COVID-19 testing 'not yield to' herd immunity

        As China is starting large-scale nucleic acid and antibody tests in a post-COVID-19 era with the epidemic appearing to have been brought under control, Chinese experts said that such a move cannot and should not be interpreted as the country's compromise to achieve "herd immunity," considering some Western countries have taken antibody tests as a major way of finding out how many people are immune to the coronavirus - something some politicians support as they struggle to strike a balance between abandoning the economy and giving up on lives, which is also why some of them are reluctant to take decisive action.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/24 0:38:41

        DPP stirs opinions with water army

        Taiwan's "internet water army" sponsored by the separatist political party - Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), which is now ruling the island - has been actively leading the fight in the international public opinion field, despite their lack of international horizons.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 23:58:41

        Xi stresses reaching anti-poverty goals despite COVID-19 impact

        Chinese President Xi Jinping has urged efforts to overcome the negative impact of the COVID-19 epidemic to ensure the country reaches its goals in poverty alleviation and the building of a moderately prosperous society in all respects.
        Source: Xinhua | 2020/4/23 22:55:24

        China sends team to border province to guide prevention of imported COVID-19

        China's central government has sent a guidance team to Yunnan Province in Southwest China as the province faces growing pressure from imported cases of COVID-19, according to a statement by the provincial government website on Thursday.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 22:22:11

        Revelation of infections cast shadow on school reopening despite expert assurance

        The revelation of student and teacher infections of the COVID-19 in Shenzhen, South China's Guangdong Province, has raised public concerns as the entire country is reopening schools, but top Chinese medical experts and education sector insiders said that the in-place COVID-19 epidemic control and prevention mechanism will ensure that sporadic domestic cases won't lead to another large-scale outbreak.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 21:28:40

        Shanghai launches all-round measures to boost consumption amid COVID-19

        Shanghai will launch a series of measures to stimulate the city's consumption, which has been hit by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 18:38:33

        Scientists 'unable to judge' if US lab is virus source due to lack of govt response

        Responding to viral reports alleging that the novel coronavirus was leaked from a US military biochemical laboratory, Chinese scientists said that they could not make a judgment on the allegation, as the US had not given any public response on the issue.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 18:28:42

        Books recommended by President Xi inspire netizens

        A list of books recommended by President Xi Jinping has been trending on Chinese social media on Thursday, the World Book Day, as many netizens liked, shared, favorited and commented under the booklist, saying Xi and the books inspired them.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 18:22:27

        How a local Wuhan resident spends her week after lockdown ends

        As a Chinese saying goes, "The unique local features of a place give rise to the special characteristics of its inhabitants." People living in Wuhan in Central China's Hubei Province are just as great as the city they live in.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 18:12:24

        Earliest COVID-19 deaths in US fuel suspicion over virus birthplaces

        Experts said the fact that two US residents with no "significant travel history" died of COVID-19 weeks before the initially known first US death from the virus supports the theory that the virus may have multiple birthplaces around the world.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 17:54:21

        Shenzhen announces 27 COVID-19 infections among teachers and students, causing alarm as schools across China begin to reopen

        Shenzhen in South China's Guangdong Province have reported 27 COVID-19 cases among teachers and students, causing alarm as nearly 35 million students in China have returned to schools.
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 15:53:54

        China to donate another $30 million to WHO for COVID-19 fight: FM

        China announced to donate another $30 million in cash to the WHO to support its international cooperation in fighting COVID-19, after a previous $20 million donation: Chinese FM
        Source: Global Times | 2020/4/23 15:33:32

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