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China denies requiring U.S. diplomats to take anal swab tests

Metro USA 25 Feb 2021
Tests using anal swabs can avoid missing infections as virus traces in faecal samples or anal swabs could remain detectable for a longer time than in those from the respiratory tract, Li Tongzeng, a respiratory diseases doctor in Beijing, told state television last month.
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Olympic Snow Shouldn't Cover China's Repression

Human Rights Watch 25 Feb 2021
As for the broadcasters, beyond televising the Olympic competitions and the usual fluffy feature pieces, will they show the darker side of Beijing's rule? Limiting programs to satisfy the thin-skinned autocrats in Beijing will make the broadcasters complicit in extending the Chinese government's censorship to the rest of the world.
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China denies using Covid-19 anal swabs on US diplomats

Dawn 25 Feb 2021
Tests using anal swabs can avoid missing infections as virus traces in faecal samples or anal swabs could remain detectable for a longer time than in those from the respiratory tract, Li Tongzeng, a respiratory diseases doctor in Beijing, told state television last month.
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China's Xi Jinping declares 'complete victory' in poverty eradication campaign

Straits Times 25 Feb 2021
BEIJING (REUTERS, BLOOMBERG) - China's President Xi Jinping on Thursday (Feb 25) declared a "complete victory" in its poverty eradication campaign ... Mr Xi handed out awards to individuals involved in the campaign Thursday. The event at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing was televised live to the nation of 1.4 billion people by state media ... � ....
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Xi Jinping puts personal stamp on China’s fight against poverty

Hindustan Times 25 Feb 2021
President Xi Jinping led a ceremony highlighting Beijing’s efforts to end extreme poverty, the Chinese leader’s latest push to use the historic achievement to consolidate power before his second term ends next year ... The event at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing was televised live to the nation of 1.4 billion people by state media ... Also read.
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Xi Jinping calls his fight against poverty in China a miracle

Business Day 25 Feb 2021
President Xi Jinping has led a ceremony highlighting Beijing’s efforts to end extreme ... The event at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, including an awards ceremony for key participants in the campaign, was televised live to the nation of 1.4-billion people by state media.
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Xi Jinping declares extreme poverty has been wiped out in China

South China Morning Post 25 Feb 2021
China has declared complete success in eliminating extreme poverty, with President Xi Jinping hailing ...
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High life raises wages and pressure

China Daily 22 Feb 2021
The 43-year-old never thought he would enter the headquarters of China Central Television in Beijing's Chaoyang district, a building he had only seen on TV. Then, in 2018, he was employed to clean its external walls. Before starting work, he looked the building up and down ... "It's beautiful. I wish my children or I had a chance to work inside," he said.
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Games rehearsals in full swing

China Daily 19 Feb 2021
The same will apply to April's ice sports rehearsals in downtown Beijing ... "Our goal is to test whatever we can at the moment and to run the test as close to the Games-time levels as possible," Yao Hui, venue management director of the Beijing 2022 organizing committee, told China Central Television on Wednesday.
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Xinhua Commentary: The sheer hypocrisy of Britain's double standard on press freedom

China.dot.org 19 Feb 2021
BEIJING, Feb. 19 (Xinhua) -- By banning China's law-abiding television network in Britain and blasting Beijing for pulling BBC World News off the air over regulation violation, London has laid bare its true colors of playing a hypocritical double-standard game on press freedom.
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The sheer hypocrisy of Britain's double standard on press freedom

China Daily 19 Feb 2021
By banning China's law-abiding television network in Britain and blasting Beijing for pulling BBC World News off the air over regulation violation, London has laid bare its true colors of playing a hypocritical double-standard game on press freedom. .
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Facebook Dubbed 'Bully' as Backlash Grows over Dispute with Australia

Voa News 18 Feb 2021
Facebook’s British critics also highlighted emerging news that the tech giant has accepted funding from China’s state-controlled media organizations, including the China Daily newspaper and China Global Television Network (CGTN), to promote Chinese government denials that Beijing ...
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Xi will face bill for abuses, Biden warns

Hong Kong Standard 17 Feb 2021
China will pay a price for its human rights abuses, US President Joe Biden warned yesterday in responding to questions at a televised event on Beijing's handling of Muslim minorities in Xinjiang ... of Xi when pressed on the issue at a "town hall" event in Milwaukee televised by CNN.
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