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Wild ducks seen in Yuanmingyuan Park

People Daily 16 May 2022
A wild duck is seen resting at the lakeside in Yuanmingyuan Park in Beijing, capital of China, May 15, 2022.
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Joining US-led initiative

Korea Times 16 May 2022
IPEF membership should not sour Korea-China ties ... President Joe Biden on May 21 ... Seoul has been trying to assuage Beijing's concern regarding the matter. Foreign Minister Park Jin said in a press conference Sunday, "The IPEF is not targeting a certain nation ... Park's statement shows how serious a dilemma Korea faces in dealing with the issue ... and China. .
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AP News Summary at 12:36 a.m. EDT

Auburnpub dot com 16 May 2022
BUFFALO, N.Y ... May 15, 2022 Auburn church, site of Tubman's funeral and part of national park, to be restored ... BEIJING (AP) — In oasis towns and villages by the desert in China’s far west Xinjiang region, over 10,000 Uyghurs have vanished – ripped from their families and sentenced to years, even decades in prison on vague, secretive charges ... Rep ... .
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AP News Summary at 12:51 a.m. EDT

Auburnpub dot com 16 May 2022
BUFFALO, N.Y ... May 15, 2022 Auburn church, site of Tubman's funeral and part of national park, to be restored ... BEIJING (AP) — In oasis towns and villages by the desert in China’s far west Xinjiang region, over 10,000 Uyghurs have vanished – ripped from their families and sentenced to years, even decades in prison on vague, secretive charges ... Rep ... .
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Some Shanghai businesses to reopen Monday, officials say

Springfield News-Sun 15 May 2022
A child looks at a resident wearing a face mask plays a traditional music instrument outside the closed Chaoyang Park due to pandemic measures by authorities on Sunday, May 15, 2022, in Beijing ... Park due to pandemic measures by authorities on Sunday, May 15, 2022, in Beijing.
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Shanghai aims to reopen more COVID-shut businesses, Beijing battles on

Metro USA 15 May 2022
SHANGHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) -Shanghai will gradually begin reopening businesses such as shopping malls and hair salons in China’s financial and manufacturing hub from Monday after weeks in strict COVID-19 lockdown, while Beijing battles a small but stubborn outbreak.
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[Editorial] Discourteous and undiplomatic

Korea Times 15 May 2022
China under fire for raising THAAD issue again. 중국이 또 다시 사드 문제를 제기해 비난을 받고 있다 ... 특히 왕 부주석은 "민감한 문제를 적절히 처리해야 한다"고 말했다 ... Seoul and Beijing agreed to terminate the dispute on THAAD issues and mend their soured relations in October 2017 ... In comparison, former President Park Geun-hye visited Beijing in September 2015, while Moon also visited China twice ... .
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Chinese police crack down on Beijing lockdown 'rumours'

The Times of India 13 May 2022
BEIJING ... China is digging in its heels on a zero-Covid strategy to stamp out clusters as they emerge, hitting hundreds of areas across Beijing with some form of restrictions, including hard lockdowns ... In many areas Beijing taxi services have stopped and subway stations closed, while parks have been shut and millions told to work from home.
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Beijing calls for new series of testing

China Daily 13 May 2022
The Beijing municipal government has encouraged all residents to work from home on Friday and to stay at home during the coming weekend in order to curb the spread of COVID-19 ... "It is a rumor that Beijing will be locked down ... On Thursday, many parks, museums and zoos in Beijing put out notices that they will be closed temporarily starting on Friday.
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South Korea to strengthen economic security diplomacy

Korea Times 12 May 2022
Foreign Minister Park Jin speaks during a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Seoul, Thursday ... Given that the nature of the IPEF may cause diplomatic friction with China, Park also tried to ease concerns over its impact on the nation's relationship with Beijing, its largest trading partner.
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Beijing cuts rent for enterprises in cultural industrial parks

China.dot.org 12 May 2022
Cultural industrial parks in Beijing recently roll out policies to help businesses mitigate the impact of the recent COVID-19 resurgence, including reducing or waiving their rent. These cultural industrial parks including those owned by the state-owned enterprises as well as those operated by private companies.
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Guest editorial: An epic promise to youths

Park Record 12 May 2022
As the snow melts and the pace slows in Park City, the staff at the Youth Sports Alliance (YSA) can catch our breath, express gratitude to supporters and donors that help make our goals a reality and reflect on a record breaking year for many metrics ... (GO&P), compete in Beijing.
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Discourteous and undiplomatic

Korea Times 12 May 2022
China under fire for raising THAAD issue again ... Seoul and Beijing agreed to terminate the dispute on THAAD issues and mend their soured relations in October 2017 ... Critics said Wang's remark can be interpreted as bullying ... In comparison, former President Park Geun-hye visited Beijing in September 2015, while Moon also visited China twice ... .
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Shanghai tightens lockdown despite declining COVID cases

The Press Enterprise 11 May 2022
BEIJING — Authorities in Shanghai have again tightened anti-virus restrictions, just as the city was emerging from a month of strict lockdown due to a COVID-19 outbreak ... Beijing has ordered daily testing of all residents, closed parks and other leisure venues and limited restaurants to takeout business only.
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Chinese developer Sunac misses bond coupon payment as grace period ends-sources

Metro USA 11 May 2022
On Tuesday, media outlet Cailianshe reported the developer is in talks with potential buyers to sell a 51% stake in the world’s largest indoor snow park, currently under development in Shenzhen. It has sold assets to state-owned peers including Beijing Capital Group and ...

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