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China’s ugliest buildings: Contest to celebrate unsightly architecture begins
An infamous “hall of shame” listing of China’s top 10 “ugliest” buildings kicked off with 87 bizarre designs in the running, including a violin-shaped church and an Inner Mongolia hotel in the form of a monstrous babushka doll.
IMF chief denies claims she inflated China data
In remarks to staff, Kristalina Georgieva, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund, denied allegations that she pressured staff to manipulate a report to placate China when she was a top World Bank official and said she cares deeply about the integrity of data and analysis, according to people familiar with the meeting.
China, France, EU denounce US-UK-Australia security alliance
France accuses Biden of stabbing it in the back
China applies to join trans-Pacific trade pact to boost economic clout
China has filed an application to join the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP), the Ministry of Commerce said, as the world’s second-biggest economy looks to bolster its clout in trade.
China races to squash new COVID-19 cluster among schoolchildren
Southern Chinese cities closed schools and ordered testing for millions on Tuesday in a race to curb a new COVID-19 outbreak which has sparked concerns over infections among unvaccinated schoolchildren.
Millennia-old tombs, artifacts unearthed in China’s Guangzhou
Fifty-eight tombs and artifacts from the pre-Qin Period (before 221 B.C.) were unearthed from a site in Guangzhou, capital of south China’s Guangdong Province.
Tehran to hold 6th Iran-China Cultural Dialogue webinar
The 6th Iran-China Cultural Dialogue will be held online to review the cultural dimensions of multilateralism in the two great civilizations, announced the head of the Center for Strategic Studies on Cultural Relations affiliated to the Islamic Culture and Relations Organization (ICRO).
China, Vietnam should avoid magnifying South China Sea disputes: Wang
China and Vietnam should refrain from unilateral actions regarding the South China Sea that could complicate the situation and magnify disputes, senior Chinese diplomat Wang Yi told a Vietnamese official, China’s Foreign Ministry said on Saturday.
Xi: US policies towards China have caused ‘serious difficulties’
Chinese President Xi Jinping told his American counterpart that US policies towards Beijing have caused "serious difficulties" and that putting ties back on track was critical "to the destiny of the world", state media reported Friday.
China steps up efforts to safeguard historical, cultural heritage
China will further step up efforts to safeguard and transmit historical and cultural heritage as part of ongoing urban and rural development strategies.
China urges major powers to 'take responsibility' for environment
Chinese Prime Minister Li Keqiang urged major powers to “show responsibility” and play a leading role in improving global environmental governance and addressing such challenges as climate change.

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