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Shanghai Daily

Shanghai Daily

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  1. China has released official standards for sign languages and braille that will go into effect on July 1, the China Disabled Persons’ Federation said yesterday.
  2. Chinese scientists have developed a light-responsive controlled-release pesticide that can increase efficiency and is more environmental-friendly.
  3. Primary school children perform the monkey king at the Hongshan Sports Center in Wuhan, capital of central China’s Hubei Province, yesterday. Around 50 traditional Chinese operas were performed on stage at the center, with performers ranging from kindergartens to middle schools. It is part of the city’s efforts to protect traditional Chinese opera.
  4. CHINESE scientists are to conduct a laser-ranging test between the relay satellite of the Chang’e-4 lunar probe and an observatory on the ground, which might help lay the foundation for space-based gravitational
  5. CHINA launched a relay satellite early yesterday to set up a communication link between Earth and the planned Chang’e-4 lunar probe that will explore the Moon’s mysterious far side. The satellite was
  6. THE world’s largest amphibians, Chinese giant salamanders, were once thought to be widespread but now face imminent extinction due to illegal poaching and hunting as a luxury food, researchers said yesterday. “The
  7. Every morning, Huhtuyaa is woken up by his roosters’ crowing, but he was not so comfortable with the sound 13 years ago when his family abandoned grazing and started to raise chickens.
  8. Xia Xicheng has put a lot of money into his museum, but to him, the treasures it holds are priceless.

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