• Gun enthusiast proud to protect fellow Chinese with S. African security firm 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056319.shtml

    With his AK47 in hand, Chen Xiaohua rushed in search of the robbers.

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  • Govt urged to protect WeChat overseas 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056277.shtml

    The government should use legal and diplomatic methods to counter wild accusations made by India against popular social media platforms such as WeChat, experts said after the software was criticized for its operations in India and Bhutan.

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  • US embassy denies it failed to help fainting man 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056299.shtml

    The US Embassy in China denied on Thursday allegations that its staff failed to help an elderly man who fainted outside its Beijing consular section on Wednesday.

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  • China growth model attracts global interest 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056311.shtml

    China's economic achievements in the past decades have attracted an increasing number of other developing countries, which have sent officials to China to learn the secrets to its success.

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  • Students face tougher task to join Party 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056314.shtml

    College students are facing a stricter application process to join the Communist Party of China (CPC), which will include submitting regular reports on their thinking and discussions with Party sponsors.

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  • Precious find 2017-07-14 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056316.shtml

    Archeologists excavate three chariots that date back to the Warring States era (475BC-221BC) in Xinzheng, Central China’s Henan Province on Wednesday. One of the chariots is the biggest and most extravagant to have been discovered from the state of Zheng. Photo: CFP

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  • Liu Xiaobo dies from liver cancer at 61 2017-07-13 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056262.shtml

    Liu Xiaobo died from liver cancer on Thursday, according to the Shenyang Bureau of Justice.

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  • Tsinghua cancels history course on Cultural Revolution 2017-07-13 | From:http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1056267.shtml

    A history course on China's Cultural Revolution (1966-76) at Tsinghua University has been canceled during the school's course selection for the fall semester, a professor from the university confirmed on Thursday.

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