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President Xi Jinping shakes hands with Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, director-general of the World Health Organization, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing on Tuesday. Feng Yongbin / China Daily

Xi: Nation engaged in 'serious battle'

China has full confidence and capability to win the battle against the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, President Xi Jinping said on Tuesday.

HOLIDAY NATION

Visit by Li gives Wuhan morale boost

Premier Li Keqiang has offered medical workers and residents battling the novel coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, Hubei province, a morale boost, pledging the nation's all-out support to the epicenter of the outbreak.

HOLIDAY WORLD

UK to push for no tariffs in EU deal

Britain's government says it wants a strong free-trade agreement that will guarantee it zero tariffs and quotas with the European Union in upcoming trade talks, which will start next month.

HOLIDAY PEOPLE

A life less ordinary

Richard Matuzevich is still reminiscing about his recent trip to the Republic of Uzbekistan in late November.

HOLIDAY READ

Co-parenting sites provide perfect matches

Diana, a 48-year-old from Michigan, United States, posted her photo on a message board, describing how she had desperately wanted to have a child for most of her life and was still hoping to make her dream come true.

HOLIDAY IMAGE

Boundless devotion to mural cause

Last year, famous mural master Lou Jiaben was entrusted to restore the murals of the Yellow Crane Tower in Hubei province's Wuhan city and also work on new murals to replace those that have become weather-beaten.

HOLIDAY TREND

Go see the elephant in the wild

Wan Fei will spend her winter vacation with her husband and 5-year-old son in Thailand, a relatively warm and friendly place and a popular destination for Chinese tourists, particularly in the winter. Searching online for hotels and services specially designed for parents with children, she focused on two travel agencies, and finally picked the one that did not offer animal entertainment, elephant rides for example, a favorite of tourists visiting Thailand.

HOLIDAY BIZ LIFE

Developing the fine art of retail engagement

SKP Beijing, a luxury shopping center, is embracing a mix of technology, art and fashion to take on online rivals and attract younger customers.

HOLIDAY TRAVEL

BLAZING A RAIL THROUGH CHINA'S SCENIC NORTHWEST

Last month, a railway linking Dunhuang, Gansu province, and Golmud, Qinghai province, officially went into full operation. Along the 671-kilometer route, trains can give you a front-row seat to view the moving sands of the Kumtag Desert and the snowcapped Qilian Mountains, among other stunning landscapes. There are 25 stations along the line.

HOLIDAY SPORTS

'Crazy aunt' Court belongs to the past, snipes McEnroe

MELBOURNE-John McEnroe mocked Australian Margaret Court as the 'crazy aunt' of tennis on Monday and said he hoped Serena Williams could beat the 77-year-old's record of 24 Grand Slam singles titles.

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