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#LondonAttacks: 5 dead in vehicle, knife attack at British Parliament
A knife-wielding man went on a deadly rampage in the heart of Britain's seat of power Wednesday, plowing a car into pedestrians on London's Westminster Bridge before stabbing a police officer to death inside the gates of Parliament. [ Link ]
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today at 02:26. Facebook
Chongqing sanitation workers get moment in spotlight

"So beautiful, I can hardly believe my eyes!" passersby exclaimed, amazed by a series of #photos showing sanitation workers in formal-wear. The photos were recently exhibited in Chongqing, given the theme "Let #beauty pass through our hearts." #SanitationWorkers [ Link ]
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yesterday at 17:32. Facebook
#Video One woman was killed and at least six people were reported to have been injured after an incident near the British #Parliament buildings on Wednesday afternoon, in what London #police described as a "terrorist incident". #Westminister #Terrorism [ Link ]
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yesterday at 15:38. Facebook
#Updated A police officer has been stabbed and the alleged assailant was shot by armed police. Metropolitan police treat it as a terrorist incident. #LondonGunShooting
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yesterday at 15:02. Facebook
#BREAKING Reports of shots outside UK parliament. At least a dozen injured. According to Reuters.
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yesterday at 14:24. Facebook
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived in the Australian capital of Canberra Wednesday night for an official visit. The Chinese premier will also pay an official visit to New Zealand after his Australian trip. #LiKeqiang #LiVisit
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yesterday at 12:40. Facebook
A camera technician in #India spends about half of his daily $13 paycheck on food for #birds and has cared for around 8,000 green #parakeets for nearly 10 years.

Joseph Sekar started feeding parakeets about 10 years ago, when he noticed a pair of hungry birds hanging around his home, after a tsunami struck.

In addition to feeding the birds, Sekar also treats injured parakeets and helps them...
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yesterday at 11:00. Facebook
David Udell Group President for Asia Pacific of Hyatt Hotels gives us a look into the unique world of Hyatt hospitality. Their approach to capture an audience through emotional and personal connection has been a key strategy to a successful market. Listen to the full podcast at or find us on iTunes/Stitcher/Ximalaya
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yesterday at 08:40. Facebook
The food safety authority of Hong Kong said Tuesday that it has banned the import of #frozen #meat from #Brazil as a "precautionary measure" after the recent Brazilian meat scandal.

This followed a similar ban by China, which is Brazil's biggest market for beef and #poultry overall.

The Brazilian police last week uncovered a massive meat adulteration scheme involving some of the country's...
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yesterday at 08:01. Facebook
World Water Day: People across the world struggling with water shortages

About 650 million people, or one in 10 of the #world's population, have no access to safe #water, putting them at risk of infectious diseases and premature #death. [ Link ]
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yesterday at 07:32. Facebook
#QuizOrJoke Today we have an easy one. If five #cats kill five #rats in five minutes, how long will it take a hundred cats to kill a hundred rats? share us with your #answer and check its correctness here at the same time tomorrow. #queston
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yesterday at 05:54. Facebook
Inheritor creates colorful world with cotton wool drawing

At six years old, Zhang Baolan started learning the #art of cotton wool drawing from her grandmother and #mother, who were both enthusiastic about paper cuttings and fabric art.
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yesterday at 05:01. Facebook
Pottery figurines showcase women's lives in ancient times

An exhibition themed on #women's lives during the Han (206 BC-220 AD) and Tang (618-907) dynasties is ongoing at the Tianjin Museum, which is showing nearly 100 pieces of exquisite #CulturalRelics. #HanDynasty #TangDynasty [ Link ]
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yesterday at 03:41. Facebook
Jinshanling Great Wall named holy place for photographers

Located in a mountainous region of Chengde city, the Jinshanling Great Wall section is the best preserved part of the #GreatWall from the Ming Dynasty. Visitors can experience different #scenery in different time of day and in different season of year. #sightseeing [ Link ]
China Daily
yesterday at 01:41. Facebook
Celebrations mark naming ceremony of three panda cubs

Giant #panda cubs Yu Bao, Yu Bei and Liang Yue meet the public at Chongqing #Zoo in Chongqing, China. The names were revealed at a naming #celebration for three panda cubs Yu Bao, Yu Bei and Liang Yue on Saturday. [ Link ]
China Daily
03/21/2017 at 16:19. Facebook
Art in a Time of Chaos: Masterworks From Six Dynasties China, 3rd – 6th Centuries presents more than 100 ceramics, sculpture, calligraphy, and paintings from the 3rd-6th centuries. Most of the artworks are on public view for the first time in the US, and a number have not been exhibited in China. It is the first major survey to examine Chinese culture between the two dominant political centers...
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03/21/2017 at 13:33. Facebook
Legendary sunken treasure discovered in Sichuan

More than 10,000 #gold and #silver items that sank to the bottom of a river in Sichuan province over 300 years ago have been recovered, archeologists said Monday. The items included a large amount of gold, silver and bronze coins and jewelry as well as iron weapons such as swords, knives and spears. [ Link ]
China Daily
03/21/2017 at 12:40. Facebook
In #Australia, more than 800 people wrapped themselves up as #mummies to break a world record.

The action was part of a joint British-Australian museum exhibition celebrating the ancient Egyptian practice.

Hundreds of participants - both adults and children - covered themselves with toilet paper and broke the world #record for most people wrapped up as mummies.
China Daily
03/21/2017 at 10:45. Facebook
TECH CHINA steps off with Damily’s smart cane.
A $250 app-ready walking cane equipped with motion alarms, video, MP3 and FM radio.
It’s also an umbrella!

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China Daily
03/21/2017 at 08:40. Facebook
A video showing the front two runners missing the marathon finish line went viral in #China.

The video was recorded at the #Wuxi #Marathon on March 19.

Shumie and Debele, the leading two Ethiopian runners, sprinted towards to wrong finish line.

As they couldn’t correct their mistake in time, the third runner, Yassen from Bahrain won.