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Men sit casually as others wade across a flooded street in the Honduran city of El Progreso on Wednesday after Hurricane Iota, now downgraded to a tropical storm, had passed. Iota killed at least 10 people during its destructive advance across Central America.Str/afp

Xi says China to share more growth benefits

President Xi Jinping reiterated China's commitment to opening-up on Thursday, and said the new development paradigm that the country strives to build for high-quality growth will create more opportunities for it and other countries to seek common development for shared benefits.


Ebola outbreak declared over

The World Health Organization on Wednesday declared the end of the 11th Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo, 42 days since the last patient tested negative and nearly six months after the first cases were reported in Equateur province, in the northwest of the country.


Employment a key to assist impoverished

Securing employment is not only benefiting people's livelihoods, but is also playing a strong role in the nation's poverty alleviation work, senior officials said at a news conference organized by the State Council Information Office on Thursday.


China's efforts in virus control seen as model

Nations can learn from China's success in controlling the spread of the coronavirus, say experts, with the stakes highlighted by much of Europe's return to lockdowns.


Firms looking to cash in on travel bug of senior citizens

Seniors are getting the travel bug again as COVID-19 comes under increasing control in China, and the growing demographic has indicated some interesting new preferences.


Northeast may see innovation surge

Centrally administered State-owned enterprises and provincial-level State-asset regulators in China's northeastern region will be encouraged to focus on technology innovation and learn from previous experiences in order to promote regional revitalization, government officials and business leaders said.


APEC not the stage for US to strike discordant note

Although the annual APEC Economic Leaders' Meeting on Friday is themed on the Asia-Pacific's response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, and regional cooperation beyond this year, there are concerns that the US president may sour the event, as he did the UN General Assembly meeting in late September.


Rethinking the US-China trade conflict

If, as seems certain, Joe Biden enters the White House, his administration will not have a clean slate when it enters office on Jan 20, 2021. That's especially the case when it comes to addressing the four-year conflict with China. What started out as a trade war, quickly morphed into a tech war that is now on the cusp of a full-blown Cold War. It will not be easy for either side to stand down from this increasingly contentious dispute.



To lead a life of seclusion as a monk, Hanshan bade farewell to his wife and children, and trekked more than 1,500 kilometers from the prosperous capital city of Chang'an-now known as Xi'an in Shaanxi province-to Tiantai Mountain in Zhejiang province during the Tang Dynasty (618-907).


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