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Chinese military troops stationed in over 20 South China Sea and East China Sea islands have access to a power grid ahead of schedule, which experts said could guarantee regular military drills and improve the military’s combat capabilities. A total of 89 border troops have been provided with electricity under…

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China will establish courts in three Chinese cities to deal with Belt and Road initiative disputes in a move to benefit all participating countries while respecting their legal systems, experts said. The Supreme People’s Court will set up international courts in Beijing, Xi’an, capital of Shaanxi Province and Shenzhen, China…

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Pushing small children to the ground, force-feeding them spicy wasabi as a way of punishment… the physical abuses at a daycare center run by Shanghai-based online-travel company Ctrip for its employees enraged Chinese netizens after secret surveillance video footage of the abuse went viral last week. The teachers were detained…

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CHINA’s Communist Youth League (CCYL) has denounced rumors that it has launched an official Twitter account. It said it has no Twitter account at all. Recently, rumors that the CCYL had opened a Twitter account, went viral on the Internet. The rumors were fueled by the opening earlier this month…

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BY WANG JIAMEI WITH China and Russia poised to deepen cooperation on space exploration, a long-term mechanism is needed to realize the full potential of their joint resources. Scientists in Russia’s Novosibirsk have submitted three applications to conduct experiments at China’s planned orbiting space station under zero-gravity conditions, Sputnik International…

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Chinese Foreign Ministry said some Filipinos are trying to “create trouble between the two countries” following reports that a Philippine judge accused China of “invading Philippine maritime territory.” “We have noticed reports that some people in the Philippines are making irresponsible accusations against China. They are trying to create trouble…

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BY LI XIN THE US has started removing furniture and equipment from a diplomatic property in Moscow, according to Reuters, after Russia ordered the US to cut diplomatic staff in the country as retaliation for newly proposed US sanctions. People see little chance of an improvement in US-Russia relations in…