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Although China traditionally touts its medal count as a sign of national strength, this year, the genuine attitudes and interactions of its athletes took the gold.
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With anti-Islamic sentiment on the rise in China, what does the future hold for the country's Muslim population in Xinjiang?
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US-China Today chats with Robert Cain about Chinese ventures into the U.S. film market and factors behind why "Monster Hunt" was a flop stateside.
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While media outlets have expounded the rising prevalence of Mandarin in Hong Kong and falling levels of Cantonese, US-China Today’s research and interviews indicate that the rise of Mandarin is exaggerated.
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US-China Today sat down with Bill Whitaker to learn about his time as a CBS News correspondent in Asia, including covering the Tiananmen Square protests.
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Originally from Hong Kong, film director Ruby Yang has made a name for herself by tackling controversial topics in Chinese society.
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The world's two biggest polluters recently took a non-traditional approach in combating climate change at the U.S.-China Climate Leaders Summit held in Los Angeles.
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With over 55 million international arrivals in 2010, China ranks 3rd as the world's most visited country.
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'I will want to divorce you only when the stocks I've bought recoup,' he said.
Upon hearing this, she felt warmth, knowing they would be together for all time.
'I will marry you once the house prices fall,' he said.
That broke her heart. She knew he was determined to break up.

-- a dark joke about the Chinese housing market, published by Global Times on October 6, 2016.

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