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Shanghai Composite Index Fell 1.09% on Monday

Caixin Online 12 Apr 2021
China’s benchmark Shanghai Composite Index (000001.SH) lost 1.09% on Monday, while the Shenzhen Component Index (399001.SZ) fell 2.3% ... Below is a rundown of the top China business and finance stories, plus other news for the day. ... Senate Unveils Strategy to Counter China With New Bill ... Alibaba Fined $2.8 Billion in Landmark China Antitrust Ruling.
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Legendary translator sends a message of hope to young polyglots

China.dot.org 10 Apr 2021
[Photo by Zhu Bochen/China.org.cn] ... about classic Chinese poems and lyrics. . He hoped that more such classics will be translated in a bid to offer the world a glimpse into long-standing Chinese culture and facilitate mutual understanding between China and other countries.
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Report reveals Anglo-American sponsorship of 'East Turkistan' separatism, radical Islamist terrorism

China Daily 09 Apr 2021
"Since China has recently been practically the sole engine of world economic growth, while cultivating scientific optimism in its education policies and a commitment to promoting classical culture, a strategic posture that exploits the Uygurs of Xinjiang to attack China is insane," said the report by the Australian Citizens Party (ACP).
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Report reveals Anglo-American sponsorship of "East Turkistan" separatism, radical Islamist terrorism

China.dot.org 09 Apr 2021
"Since China has recently been practically the sole engine of world economic growth, while cultivating scientific optimism in its education policies and a commitment to promoting classical culture, a strategic posture that exploits the Uygurs of Xinjiang to attack China is insane," said the report by the Australian Citizens Party (ACP).
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A moving performance

China.dot.org 09 Apr 2021
Under the baton of Lyu Jia, the China NCPA Orchestra performed a number of German and Austrian works, which he believes, are the very foundation of classical music. It was for this reason that Lyu Jia chose Bruckner and Brahms for the orchestra's first China tour.1  2    .
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Dance drama ‘Li Bai’ popular on social media

Shenzhen Daily 08 Apr 2021
Li Bai,” a classic production by the China National Opera and Dance Drama Theater, has struck a chord with global viewers through the telling of a lifelong journey of poet Li Bai (701-762) ... The classic piece by the prestigious institution stunned audience members in Beijing in December with sold-out shows.
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Global pharma giants step up alliances in Chinese market

China Daily 08 Apr 2021
He said he believed China is rapidly moving through a transition in its biotechnology sector ... The new drug, which was approved in China to treat classical Hodgkin's lymphoma as its first indication in late 2018, became the No 1 product for Lilly China for the past two years, replacing a diabetes insulin drug that had remained No 1 for two decades.
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Heavenly bodies: how the bureaucrats of the afterlife took over TV

The Observer 08 Apr 2021
As Meghan Gilbride discussed in the Los Angeles Review of Books, it rippled through classical culture and was prevalent in China during the Tang dynasty, often considered a golden age of cosmopolitanism, more than 1,400 years ago.
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Established artist's works link between past and present

China Daily 07 Apr 2021
Not Alone in Righteous Path is a series of exhibitions mounted by the China National Academy of Painting for its resident artists, and have been well-received among artists, critics and art lovers.  ... to classical art.
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The Professor Robert Clancy COVID Interview

Principia Scientific 07 Apr 2021
I like the idea of “classic” vaccines (China) or 21st century variations of these (NovoVax) ... There is no evidence that vector / genetic vaccines will ever be as good as classic (or neo-classic) vaccines ... I like “21st century classic” vaccines such as NovoVax, where antigen is injected rather than RNA or DNA.
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Editorial: Setting a Precedent With China’s First Securities Class-Action Case

Caixin Online 06 Apr 2021
In the past few days, the Guangzhou Intermediate People’s Court and the China Securities Investor Services Center (ISC) have successively issued announcements ... This heralds an inaugural “special representative” action in China’s stock market ... There are few such classic cases, but they pose a strong deterrent against crime.
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Doylestown woman highlights Philadelphia Orchestra's history-making trip to China in first film

The Doylestown Intelligencer 05 Apr 2021
One classic clip included Nixon telling a delighted Ormandy yes, he was going to China ... "Beethoven in Beijing" not only shows how the orchestra impacted China, but now how China is impacting the world of classical music ... "Classical music in China is in a revival," Lin said, while music education in the United States is under threat.
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Cook dinner with Robert Carrier and you’ll need butter, cream, wine and quite a lot of cognac

The Observer 04 Apr 2021
Other postwar cookbooks covered similar classical turf, but they lacked its exuberance and enthusiasm ... There are some startling recipes in there, allegedly representing India and China, which today would cause an international incident ... instantly reminded why classics become such.
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Kurt Russell’s Best Movies And How To Watch Them

Cinema Blend 03 Apr 2021
The sci-fi horror classic The Thing (which is actually a remake) brought John Carpenter and Kurt Russell together for their third of five collaborations in 1982 ... Big Trouble In Little China (1986). In 1986, John Carpenter and Kurt Russell made perhaps their funniest movie together when they reunited for the cult classic Big Trouble in Little China.
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A Game of Chicken in Asia With the World at Stake

Antiwar 02 Apr 2021
Australia, India, Japan, and the US, already nicknamed “the Quad,” are theoretically hoping to – well, the word hasn’t been used yet, but in classic Cold-War-I style – “contain” China ... Could the US and China Face an Unintended Blowup in the Western Pacific in the Biden Years?.
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