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Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch: a beacon of marine conservation in China

People Daily 22 May 2024
A grouper is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 17, 2024 ... A Pederson cleaner shrimp is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 15, 2024.
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Perth: Two men in their 20s charged with murder after mum, 42, was found dead ...

The Daily Mail 22 May 2024
The woman, originally from China, was discovered by cleaners in an Ascot hotel room on the Great Eastern Highway in Perth at around 11.20am on February 4. The cleaners tried to perform CPR on the mum ...
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EcoChina | Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch: a beacon of marine conservation in China

Xinhua 22 May 2024
(Xinhua/Yang Guanyu)A Pederson cleaner shrimp is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 15, 2024 ... China's Kuaizhou-11 Y4 rocket launches 4 new satellites ... a beacon of marine conservation in China.
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In pic: Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, China's Hainan

Xinhua 21 May 2024
A Pederson cleaner shrimp is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's marine ranch in Sanya, south China's Hainan Province, May 15, 2024 ... A Pederson cleaner shrimp is pictured in the Wuzhizhou Island's ...
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Bolivia Eyes China Partnership for Lithium Industry Development

Daily News Egypt 15 May 2024
... of strategic cooperation with China. “The shift to cleaner energy sources emphasises China’s role as a world leader in investing in mining and technology development,” Ayala said.
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Lack of political will holds back green stoves in Africa

Business Day 14 May 2024
The distribution of free stoves and government subsidies on cylinders of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) — a cleaner fuel — was key to the success of India, China and Indonesia in halving the number of ...
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Heat Waves In North Pacific May Be Due To China Reducing Aerosols

Slashdot 08 May 2024
... emitted by factories in China ... Beginning around 2010, factories and power generating plants in China began dramatically reducing emissions of aerosols such as sulfate, resulting in much cleaner air.
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In rapidly ageing China, millions can

Deccan Herald 08 May 2024
After three decades of selling homemade buns on the streets of the Chinese city of Xian, 67-year-old Hu Dexi would have liked to slow ...
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In rapidly ageing China, millions can't afford to retire

GDN Online 08 May 2024
every day to cook their packed lunch, then commute for more than an hour to a downtown shopping mall, where they each earn 4,000 yuan ($552) monthly, working 13-hour shifts as cleaners ... "The mall can't find younger people," said Hu, the cleaner.
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In rapidly ageing China, millions can’t afford to retire

Asahi News 08 May 2024
every day to cook their packed lunch, then commute for more than an hour to a downtown shopping mall, where they each earn 4,000 yuan ($552) monthly, working 13-hour shifts as cleaners ... “The mall can’t find younger people,” said Hu, the cleaner.
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In ageing China, millions can’t afford to retire

Gulf Today 08 May 2024
Security guard Yang Xiping, 59, keeps watch at the entrance of a residential compound in Beijing, China, on April 9, 2024 ...People have different views” on whether China can make that leap in productivity, the adviser said.
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INSIGHT-In rapidly ageing China, millions can’t afford to retire

Philenews 08 May 2024
every day to cook their packed lunch, then commute for more than an hour to a downtown shopping mall, where they each earn 4,000 yuan ($552) monthly, working 13-hour shifts as cleaners ... China’s ...
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Chinese leader Xi Jinping set to meet Serbian officials on the second leg of his ...

Newsday 08 May 2024
Xi will proceed to Hungary later on Wednesday, which, like Serbia, is seen as one of China's more friendly partners in Europe ... Vucic said Xi's visit was a “great honor" and that China is an “inspiration” for Serbia.
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China’s workers who fuelled economic boom can’t afford to retire

Business Day 08 May 2024
The alternative for them and many of the 100-million rural migrants reaching retirement age in China over the next 10 years is to return to their village and live off a small farm and monthly pensions of 123 yuan ($17).
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Why is the UK not blaming China for the MoD hack?

The Spectator 08 May 2024
China is a prolific hacker of personnel databases – which is often characterised as a ‘vacuum-cleaner’ or ‘thousand grains of sand’ approach to espionage ... More worrying still, China is developing the ...
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