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Russia's Putin to make first foreign trips since launching Ukraine war

Gulf Daily News 27 Jun 2022
LONDON- Vladimir Putin will visit two small former Soviet states in central Asia this week, Russian state television reported on Sunday, in what would be the Russian leader's first known trip abroad since ordering the invasion of Ukraine ... as telling Belarus television on Sunday.
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Putin to make first foreign trips since launching Ukraine war

New York Post 27 Jun 2022
Vladimir Putin will visit two small former Soviet states in central Asia this week, Russian state television reported on Sunday, in what would be the Russian leader’s first known trip abroad since ordering the invasion of Ukraine ... as telling Belarus television on Sunday.
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Vladimir Putin to make first foreign trips since launching Ukraine warRussia's Feb. 24 invasion has ...

Deccan Herald 26 Jun 2022
Vladimir Putin will visit two small former Soviet states in central Asia this week, Russian state television reported on Sunday, in what would be the Russian leader's first known trip abroad since ordering the invasion of Ukraine ... as telling Belarus television on Sunday.
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Xi's friendship with Putin truly 'knows no limits'

Beijing News 25 Jun 2022
Beijing , June 25 (ANI) ... The 59-year-old Le - the leading "Russia expert" in the foreign policy decision-making system in Beijing - was said to have been demoted to the National Radio and Television Administration, becoming the first political casualty as the war in Ukraine grinds on, reported The Diplomat.
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China Considers Extending EV Tax Breaks

Oil Price 25 Jun 2022
... vehicles, just months after it was widely thought that Beijing would be phasing out subsidies for EVs.
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CGTN America: CMG to Launch New Channels in HKSAR to Mark 25th Anniversary of Hong ...

Victoria Advocate 24 Jun 2022
Joining Lam and Shen at the CMG launch event in Beijing, were the deputy director of China's National Radio and Television Administration, Le Yucheng, deputy director of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council, Wang Linggui, Director of the Publicity ...
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Plan promotes cultural digitalization

China Daily 23 Jun 2022
 . Guideline envisions big data system by 2035 that can be shared by all ... With its wealth of cultural resources, China is set to embrace this revolution with a grand plan ... According to a report by China Central Television on May 18, this year's International Museum Day, Beijing's Palace Museum has organized about 90 online exhibitions to date.
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China issues regulatory protocols for webcast performers

People Daily 22 Jun 2022
BEIJING, June 22 (Xinhua) -- China's National Radio and Television Administration and the Ministry of Tourism and Culture have jointly issued a set of regulatory protocols for webcast anchors ... (Web editor. Liang Jun, Bianji). .
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Speed ramped up on Beijing-Wuhan line

China Daily 21 Jun 2022
Travel time between Beijing and Wuhan has now fallen to 3 hours and 48 minutes, half an hour faster than before. "The increased speed has expanded the transport capacity, creating more time slots for bullet trains to enter the capital," Yin Dong, an official with the company's transport department, told Beijing Television on Monday.
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China says it tested missile-interception system

The Wire Network 21 Jun 2022
Beijing has tested missile interceptors before; the most recent previous public announcement of a test was in February 2021, and before that in 2018 ... In 2016, the Defence Ministry confirmed it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures appeared on state television.
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China carries out anti-missile tests amid opposition to US systems in South Korea

The Observer 20 Jun 2022
China carried out a test of “ground-based midcourse anti-missile intercept technology” that “achieved its expected purpose”, the defence ministry in Beijing has said, describing it as defensive and not aimed at any country ... Beijing says such technology is needed for national defence and security.
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China tests missile interception system

Al Jazeera 20 Jun 2022
Beijing has tested missile interceptors before; the most recent previous public announcement of a test was in February 2021, and before that in 2018 ... In 2016, the defence ministry confirmed it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures appeared on state television.
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China says it has completed missile interception test

Taipei Times 20 Jun 2022
Reuters, SHANGHAI ... Beijing has tested missile interceptors before ... “The test reached its expected goals,” the ministry said ... In 2016, the ministry confirmed it was pressing ahead with anti-missile system tests after pictures of the operations appeared on state television. Beijing said that such technology is needed for national defense and security. .
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Ganzi tourism videos go viral

Shenzhen Daily 20 Jun 2022
In these videos, Liu Hong, director of the Culture, Radio, Television and Tourism Bureau in Ganzi, is dressed as a swordsman, sometimes rowing on bamboo raft, sometimes wandering by the lake and sometimes leading a horse ... during a previous interview with China Central Television.
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After decades without a border crossing, China and Russia 'meet halfway' with a bridge

Henry Herald 15 Jun 2022
... have called the first highway bridge over the Amur -- with rockets trailing colorful smoke bursting overhead, and local officials applauding from the riverbanks, while their superiors beamed in from Moscow and Beijing on giant television screens specially brought in for the day.

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