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Takeuchi Ryo: Filming the real China

Shenzhen Daily 13 May 2021
    The Nanjing-based filmmaker visited Shenzhen over the last weekend, launching and promoting his new book “Reasons I Live Here.” The book is based on “The Reason I Live Here,”  his first unscripted documentary series shot in China depicting Chinese people living in Japan and foreigners residing in China.
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Calls Grow at UN for China to Admit Rights Chief to Xinjiang

Beijing News 13 May 2021
NEW YORK - Western nations and human rights groups Wednesday called on China to allow the U.N ... China had urged U.N ... FILE - Members of the Uyghur community living in Turkey hold a placard with pictures of Uyghurs they say they fear are being kept in detention camps in China, during a protest near China's consulate in Istanbul, Feb.
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Xinjiang issue concocted by the West: China Daily editorial

China Daily 13 May 2021
What is the ulterior motive behind their accusing China of "human right abuses" in Xinjiang when the real issue there is to consolidate what China has achieved in its fight against forces of extremism, terrorism and separatism by further developing the local economy and improving the lives and livelihoods of residents of different ethnic groups?.
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New Live in China to feature classic and new theatrical productions

China Daily 13 May 2021
Four concerts by London Symphony Orchestra will be screened at cinemas across the country as part of the new season of a theater program, New Live in China, launched by Beijing-based ATW Culture ... The new season of New Live in China, now in its seventh year, will see 38 international theatrical productions, including ballet, plays, and operas.
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How China is shaping the future of shopping

The Irish Times 13 May 2021
Fast forward to 2021 and live video has become a core feature of China’s biggest ecommerce apps such as Taobao Live, JD.com and Pinduoduo ... Much of the renewed interest in live-streaming from investors, as well as big companies such as Facebook, is driven by a belief that shopping ...
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China shrinking labour force could shun economic growth

Beijing News 13 May 2021
"The likely consequent drop in the labour force, which has been falling since 2017, will place a cap on China's potential economic growth," Yue said Tuesday ... However, China's current GDP per capita -- a broad measure of a country's standard of living -- is just USD 10,504, compared to Japan's USD 31,465 in 1992, according to World Bank data.
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Beijing slams unfounded news reports about census

China Daily 13 May 2021
Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said some reports hyped up China's population growth rate, calling it a long-term "time bomb" and saying China faces a looming demographic crisis ... "I do not know how relevant reporters can morph into demographic experts and sociologists and conclude that China faces a demographic crisis?" she added.
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Chinese foreign ministry refutes U.S., European media hyping up population crisis

People Daily 13 May 2021
and European media outlets claiming that China is facing a population crisis ... "I hope those who are keen on concocting various arguments about China can live as healthy and happy as the Chinese people, and welcome and witness the realization of the Chinese dream together," Hua added.
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A rational view on China's population growth

Sina 13 May 2021
That means China still has the world's largest population ... With a working-age population of 880 million, China has abundant labor force ... Having eradicated absolute poverty with arduous efforts, China is continuously improving the living standards of its citizens and is eyeing more substantial progress in common prosperity.
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China's People Problem: From Too Many to a 'Decline That Sees No End'

Wall Street Journal 13 May 2021
The results of a once-a-decade census present China and its president, Xi Jinping, with a stark choice ... On Tuesday, China’s government said births dropped for a ... But China has resisted immigration, and controls over people’s individual lives are hallmarks of Communist Party rule.
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China wants to boost births. But it’s wary of losing control

Indian Express 13 May 2021
When Fan Jianhua had her third daughter last year, she was afraid that she would be fined for violating China’s birth limits ... Slowly, in fits and starts, China’s ruling Communist Party is loosening its long-held restrictions over childbirth and women’s bodies ... Ultimately, the fate of China’s family-planning policies may change little ... China ... Live Blog.
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Wenchuan earthquake survivor Tang Xuemei paints new picture of life - IOC

China.dot.org 13 May 2021
The will to live and to be better" to illustrate the Paralympian's life story after losing her left calf during a severe earthquake 13 years ago. Over 87,000 people lost their lives in the Wenchuan earthquake in China's Sichuan Province in 2008 ... People in China say 'there will be blessings after a great disaster'.
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Show displays ancient mural paintings of China

China Daily 13 May 2021
A show displaying 151 pieces of murals copied from ancient caves across China, offering visitors a glimpse into the development of China's ancient murals along the Silk Road, opened in Beijing on May 11 ... New lives of Wenchuan earthquake survivors. China's stories showcased at Beijing museum.
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China planning new crackdown on private tutoring sector: Sources

Straits Times 13 May 2021
HONG KONG/BEIJING (REUTERS) - China is framing tough new rules to clamp down on a booming private tutoring industry, aiming both to ease pressure on school children and boost the country's birth rate by lowering family living costs, sources told Reuters ... China's population grew ...
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US rapprochement with China blocked by politics, ideology

Asiatimes 13 May 2021
In light of his decades of experience dealing with the “communist” giant as senator, vice-president and now president, Joe Biden is well aware of the folly of being “tough” on China ... Besides, China is a formidable military opponent, capable of inflicting unthinkable losses of human lives and property in the US if it came to that.
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