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FM slams US attempts to drive wedge between China and other Mekong countries

The Chinese Foreign Ministry said the US attempts to drive a wedge between China and Mekong River countries will be in vain, after some US politicians groundlessly claimed that the 11 upstream dams built by China have adversely affected food security, the environment and people's lives along the Mekong River.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 18:31:40

Professor in Wuhan removed from posts after his children won a national-level science prize

This is not the first time that Li has been brought into the spotlight. He has been repeatedly reported by academic peers for academic fraud since 2018.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 17:14:14

China expands enrollment for joint education programs with overseas colleges to help students amid pandemic

China is expanding the enrollment for joint education programs with overseas colleges to take in qualified students who are facing difficulties in their plans to study abroad due to the ongoing pandemic, the Ministry of Education announced on Wednesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 15:25:55

Changchun police respond to Harley motorcycle controversy, say purchase 'in compliance with regulations'

Police in Changchun, Northeast China's Jilin Province, have been put under the spotlight recently for riding Harley motorcycles worth 367,600 yuan ($53,000) each while on duty, prompting discussions whether it's necessary to equip the police with the extravagant bikes to perform their duties. Local police responded, saying the procurement procedure for the motorcycles was in compliance with regulations.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 14:28:33

Eight dead after truck rollover accident in Central China's Henan

An unfortunate truck rollover accident in Shangcheng county, Central China's Henan Province, has killed eight people and injured 11 on Tuesday, according to an official statement on Wednesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 11:50:43

Chinese movie theaters raise attendance cap before holiday

Movie theaters in China will raise their cap on maximum seating capacity from the current 50 percent to 75 percent as in a mark of further recovery of the world's second-largest box-office market amid the COVID-19 epidemic.
Source: Xinhua | 2020/9/16 9:38:34

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Source: Global Times | 2020/1/22 21:15:00

China allows theaters to operate up to 75% of normal capacity from Sep 25

Cinemas in China will be allowed to fill theatres to 75 percent of capacity from September 25 under COVID-19 prevention and control efforts, according to an announcement released by China Film Distribution and Exhibition Association on Tuesday.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 2:11:40

Experts warn China's national image could be impacted by Western countries' slandering during the pandemic

China's national image in the international community showed a steady increase in 2019 with more people appreciating China's development and contribution to global affairs, a recent report revealed, but Chinese experts warn of a possible decline this year under the impact of some Western countries' malicious slandering of China's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 0:51:03

Chinese border city deals with accidental poisoning and new coronavirus cases

Ruili, a Chinese border city with Myanmar is facing a second health crisis this week with a deadly, accidental poisoning that has killed one worker just a day after the city reported several coronavirus infections among people who had illegally crossed the border.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 0:14:52

China releases latest version of COVID-19 guidelines, stressing cold chain safety

China's Health Commission on Tuesday officially released the 7th version of the COVID-19 prevention and control guidelines, which feature revision of etiological and epidemiological characteristics, epidemic surveillance, epidemiological investigation, close contact management and response.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/16 0:08:24

Travelers' trash in Tibet raises concerns, volunteers take action

A public benefit activity aiming to reduce trash left by travelers in Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region saw more than 100 volunteers from around the country arrive in Tibet to pick up trash and calls for more people to do the same.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 23:49:47

More than 3,000 people test positive for Brucellosis in Lanzhou, NW China's Gansu Province

A total of 3,245 people have tested positive for Brucellosis as of Monday in Lanzhou, Northwest China's Gansu Province, according to an investigation report into the Brucellosis antibody positive event in Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute that occurred in December 2019. The report was released by the Health Commission of Lanzhou on Tuesday, stating that compensation will be carried out in batches in October to effectively protect people's health and interests.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 22:34:54

Chinese colleges take flexible epidemic control measures for students in new normal semester

After months of lockdown, students from Wuhan University finally returned to their familiar classrooms and dormitories to begin the new semester, but some changes are in place as the campus is trying to balance resuming classes and epidemic control. If students at Wuhan University need to leave campus, they need to fill out an application on the school's "Wisdom Luo Jia" app that will be reviewed by teachers as soon as possible. After approval, the system will rapidly send a QR code to the students for leaving and entering the school gates, a teacher from the university told the Global Times.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 22:16:42

US attempts to turn Mekong into another anti-China battlefield like S. China Sea

With $150 million initial investment, the US claimed to launch a Mekong-US partnership as an integral part of its "Indo-Pacific vision," which observers believe shows its accelerated pace in politicizing the water resources issue in the region to curb China's growing influence in Southeast Asia.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 20:48:40

Chinese students grow concerned about US campuses turning into COVID-19 hotspots

A partial resumption of classes has made American campuses new coronavirus hotspots, as the trend may continue in the following weeks. Students said campus life is "gloomy every day," and some urged stronger control measures to protect students, staff and faculty members.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 20:28:41

UAE approves urgent use of China-developed COVID-19 vaccine after test on 31,000 volunteers

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Monday granted emergency approval for use of a coronavirus vaccine developed in China, six weeks after human trials on the vaccine started in the country.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 20:28:40

Chinese cities offer early flu vaccination

Chinese cities including Beijing and Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, will be offering flu shots early this year based on new national guidelines from the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with an aim to meet increasing demand amid the dual risks of the seasonal flu and COVID-19.
Source: Global Times | 2020/9/15 19:53:40

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