Monday, April 21, 2014
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Once again, Peak Sport has retained its dominant role in the domestic basketball market.

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A good future ahead for Longines, equestrianism
At the press conference for the 2014 Longines Equestrian Beijing Masters at the Beijing P. Y Equestrian Club on April 11, hundreds of people from all walks of life were drawn there to catch a glimpse of its shining start.

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Marching to your own handpan
Rafael Sotomayor from Santiago, Chile, is only 35 years old, but he had visited 50 different countries before he came to China this month.

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Little Africa
The emergence of an “African street” in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, was a very unusual phenomenon for China. In the 1980s and 1990s, people told stories about Chinese heading abroad to make a living overseas, but 30 years later immigrants are flocking into China as well. To many Chinese people, the emergence of the African street is like a mirror image of the Chinatowns in other countries.

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The 2014 Beijing International Automotive Exhibition kicked off on April 20, which had been designated by organizers as the media preview day. However, the China International Exhibition Center in Shunyi district was more crowded than expected, with attendees including not only local media but also people with scalped tickets, the Beijing Times reported.

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Peonies are blossoming around ancient verandas and rockeries at the Beijing Zoo, attracting many tourists. In recent years, the zoo has made efforts to restore the historical garden, the Beijing Youth Daily reported.

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One word that is sometimes used to describe Chinese people is “pragmatic.”

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The opening ceremony of Beijing’s fourth reading season took place on April 19 at Beijing Technology and Business University. The reading season will last for three months, and various activities promoting reading will be held in Beijing, qianlong.com reported.

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Bringing a haunted house back to life
Looking for something exciting for our Friday evening, I talked my friend into visiting the infamous No. 81 house near Chaoyangmen Subway Station.

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The Need for Read
Recent years have witnessed the shutdown of many bookstores as the growing popularity of digital books challenges their paper counterparts. However, several Chinese publishers are now opening bookstores on WeChat, hoping to directly market their books to readers via the most popular social media network in China.

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Word matters
“To preserve history as much as possible, our protective restoration will no longer involve climbing onto the roof and changing the tiles.”

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Death toll in South Korean ferry disaster rose to 65 on Monday as one more female body was found while divers continued to search inside the submerged vessel and ships scoured the scene of the deadly incident.

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A draft interpretation of China's Criminal Law, tabled for reading on Monday, aims to clear up ambiguities by clearly defining eating endangered wild animals, or buying them for this or other purposes, as illegal.

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China and the United States have expanded their consensus on denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula and narrowed their differences, a Chinese spokesman said on Monday.

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China has lodged representations over the offering made Monday by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to the war-linked Yasukuni Shrine, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said.

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The government has not determined the overall cost of the search and recovery operation for the missing Malaysian flight MH370, Malaysian Deputy Transport Minister Ab Aziz Kaprawi said at the Dewan Negara (Upper House of the Parliament of Malaysia) Monday.

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China will intensify a crackdown on illegal fund-raising activities after an increase in such practices last year, a senior legal official said on Monday.

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The Syrian Parliament on Monday opened registration for candidates for the upcoming presidential vote, the first multi-candidate election since adoption of the current constitution.

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At least 10 people were killed and 11 others wounded on Monday in a suicide car bomb attack targeting police in Iraq's eastern province of Wasit, a provincial police source said.

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Chinese top legislature is considering to give the greenlight to bond sales by local governments at provincial levels, but under strict conditions.

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