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    When the tea bowl met the tea stand

    An exhibition in New York brings art, history and religion together Few people who pass a tea set now on display in the Asian gallery of the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York would give it a second glance,…

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    Reading course boast goes viral, stirs doubt

    Finding it too difficult to read all the reference books recommended by the professor? No worries. An education company in Beijing says it can teach students how to read and remember more than 100,000 words in minutes. A video of…

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    Festival of intangible cultural heritage makes its debut

    The Seventh International Festival of Intangible Cultural Heritage kicked off on Thursday in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China’s Sichuan province. More than 40 performing groups from home and abroad showed their stuff for some 3,000 spectators during the festival’s opening…

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    South Korea will be first big test for Team China

    China’s national women’s team will launch its quest for an Olympic berth against South Korea next month. The schedule for the Nov 14-17 Asia-Oceania pre-qualifying tournament in Malaysia was revealed on Twitter on Thursday. Team China has been drawn in…

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    Lizhi to give sound support to popular online game

    Lizhi, a Chinese audio content platform, announced a strategic cooperation with the popular online game One Love Forever on Oct 10, allowing users to play games in an immersive way with Lizhi’s advantages in voice. It also marks the company’s…

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    Landmark study indicates Semenya has advantage

    IAAF says research justifies decision to bar Olympic champ LONDON – The governing body of world athletics on Wednesday welcomed the results of a new study showing high testosterone helps women run better, saying it justifies the decision to bar…