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then to 0.20, together with the inclusion of Mid Cap China

 A shares, in the final step as part of the November 2019 Semi-Annual Index Review, according to the report.

About 109 companies will be added and three removed from the MSCI China A Onshore Index, whic

h will take place as of the close of May 28, and the three largest additions to this index would be the

Wens Foodstuff Group A, Contemporary A and Shenzhen Mindray A, the MSCI said.

In addition, the MSCI China A Onshore Small Cap Index will see 503 stocks added and 49 cut, with most of the new addi

tions coming from newly eligible ChiNext stocks, according to an official statement of MSCI.

MSCI also updated the list of China A Mid Cap securities that may potentially be adde

d to the MSCI China and the MSCI Emerging Markets Indexes as part of the third step of th

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The legislation states that Washington should condu

ct “regular sales” of “defense articles” to Taiwan and back its participation in international organizations.

“We urge the US side to keep its promise, abide by the one-­China policy a

nd the three joint communiques, and block the bill’s progress,” Geng said.

He urged the US to “appropriately handle the Taiwan question to avoid serious da

mage to Sino-US cooperation in key areas, and the peace and security of the region”.

Experts said the bill will further damage Sino-US relations, and the confr

ontational approach taken by the US against China will damage regional peace and security.

Yuan Zheng, director of US foreign relations research at the Institute of American Studies under the Chinese Academy of

Social Sciences, said the recent passage of US naval vessels through the Taiwan Straits, arms sales and

political support to Taiwan are meant to help Taiwan separatists and pressure Beijing.

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Reflecting China’s increasing global footprint, the next

 decade is likely to be driven by greater global financial sector integration,” said Alfred Schip

ke, the International Monetary Fund’s senior resident representative for China.

Chinese students are increasingly diversifying their choices of destinations for overseas stud

ies, with more students choosing to go to the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, a new report showed.

In a multiple choice survey for the annual Report on Chinese Students’ Overseas Study, released

on Tuesday, while the United States remains the most popular destination for overseas study this year, pref

erred by 43 percent of the respondents, this was down by 8 percentage points compared with 2015.

US dominance looks uncertain as the number of students inclined to study in the UK r

ose sharply in 2019, accounting for 41 percent, up 9 percentage points compared with 2015.

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Boosting rural areas will help solve dilemmas of ove

rcrowding and rampant construction plaguing cities, and the development of cities will also offer unique ways to bring about rural revitalization,” Chen said.

“As restrictions on hukou will gradually be removed, cities need to be well-prepared to offer

accommodation and employment opportunities, and allow children of migrant workers to have equal access to education,” Chen added.

China has made steady progress in urbanization, as the ranks of permanent urban r

esidents stood at 831 million at the end of 2018, up 17.9 million from the previous year, said the National Bureau of Statistics.

Last month, the National Development and Reform Commission said it

plans to increase the urbanization rate by at least 1 percentage point by the end of this year.

Shen Chi, vice-director of the China Center for Urban Development, said the government’s new

plan will help foster high-quality and sustainable economic development across the nation.

“Relaxing the hukou policy will be a key step in promoting the free flow of labor across

the nation,” Shen said. “A systematic consideration and arrangement of the integratio

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He described the Belt and Road as a grand and peace

ful initiative, and credited the initiative for connecting countries from different regions, with different nationalities and cultures.

The BRI will provide a strong impetus for global economic growth and prosperity, he added.

Switzerland supports the BRI and commits to promoting the initiative in Europe, Maurer said.

He added that the country hopes to deepen bilateral cooperation in trade, investment and innovation with the initiative’s framework.

China and Portugal signed a series of cooperation documents on Monday — includin

g a framework agreement on third-party market cooperation — to strengthen their bilateral ties.

President Xi Jinping and Portuguese President Marcelo Rebelo de Sou

sa witnessed the signing of the documents in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.

In talks with Rebelo de Sousa, Xi said China and Portugal are important strategic partn

rs for each other, with great convergence in their interests and strong complementary aspects in their economies.

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Two Chinese nationals were confirmed killed, the

Chinese Embassy in Colombo said.The embassy is verifying the number of Chinese injured in the attacks.

Earlier information from the embassy said that four Chinese nationals were injured

in the multiple church and hotel explosions that ripped through the island nation on the Easter day.

The Chinese Embassy has activated an emergency response mechanism immediately a

fter the blasts, and embassy officials have visited the injured who were in hospital for treatment.

Curfew and ban on social media imposed

The government has imposed a nationwide curfew from 6 pm Sunday to 6 am local time on Monday.

The Sri Lankan government has also imposed a temporary ban on social media to prevent the spread of false information.

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kilometers of land roads have been built in the

 past couple of years, and the country also constructed one of the biggest seaports in the Caspian Sea,” Hajiyev said, addi

ng all these are important pillars of the ancient Silk Road. Besides infrastructure construction such as transport

ation hubs, Azerbaijan is working on information communication technology lines to build a modern Silk Road.

The Baku-Tbilisi-Kars railway became operational on Oct 30, 2017, and aims to complete a tra

nsport corridor linking Azerbaijan to Turkey and Central Asia and China to Europe by rail. “It works as a majo

r exporter and middle corridor under the Belt and Road Initiative, and Azerbaijan is also working on the East-West l

ine and North-South Line, linking the railway systems of Iran and Russia.”Thanks to its geographic locatio

n, Azerbaijan boasts great wine as well as tea, dried fruit, fruit juice and sweets. The country has had extensive discus

sions about exporting Azerbaijan agricultural products to China, Hajiyev said, adding A

zerbaijani companies are actively taking part in food and agricultural exhibitions in China to promote t

heir products, as the Chinese market is the one of the biggest markets in the world with immense opportunities.

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Wudang Mountain attracts foreign martial arts ap

About 20 Chinese martial arts schools in the Wudang Mountain region have tra

ined about 30,000 kung fu enthusiasts from around the world.

Yuan Xiugang, a member of the Wudang Martial Arts Association, has taugh

t over 60 foreign students since 1995. One of his apprentices, Jack, a 29-year-old from Ill

inois in the US, first arrived in Wudang 10 years ago. Now Jack has become a kung fu coach.

“My goal is to open a school in the US, letting more Americans appreciate authentic Chinese martial arts,” he said.

Thomas, another of Yuan’s students, is from France and explores tea culture. He leases about

two acres of a tea garden at Wudang Mountain. After mastering the technique of processing tea leaves, Th

omas decided to sell his products to European countries, like France and Austria.

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Mei Xinyu, a researcher at the International Trad

The trouble that Boeing has encountered, albeit because of its own irresponsible practices tow

ard the safety of passengers and aircraft, has helped its main competitor Airbus to grab so

me orders to supply new aircraft. Airbus’ gain and Boeing’s loss in stock market since the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash on March 10 re

flects a duopoly market’s sentiment, and demand and supply relations. Yet it would be too farfetched, as well as in

humane, to say Boeing’s loss would benefit China, which lost eight of its nationals in the Ethiopian Airlines crash.

Nonetheless, the plane crash could help end the world’s obsession with

aerospace giants. Which in turn could indirectly benefit China-but decades later when its aer

ospace industry becomes mature enough to compete with Airbus and Boeing and grab a slice of the market fro

m them. Also, China should learn a lesson from the 737 Max crash to focus more on passengers’ safety.

What China should do now is to cultivate more talents who specialize in aviation and aircraft manufacturing, by deepe

ning its education reform. The road ahead is as bumpy as, maybe bumpier than, that for Boeing and Airbus given t

e US-led West’s increasing wariness with China and attempts to contain its peaceful rise.

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Tashi Lhamo, a 14-year-old eighth-grader, loves the Engl

lish class, which is taught by a Jiangsu teacher who is humorous and friendly. Memorizin

g vocabulary can be a dull task, so the teacher brings snacks, desserts or small gifts as incentives.

To spice up the classes, the teacher finds ancient Chinese poems that

have been translated into English and lets the students work out the original versions.

“My teachers in primary school didn’t use lots of multimedia. They were all too serious, so

the students rarely interacted or joked with them. But the Jiangsu teachers know how to use multimedia, and

always tell us things outside of our textbooks. The class is always great fun,” Tashi Lhamo said.

Chemi Drolma, an 18-year-old senior, plans to apply for a “normal” university-one that te

aches a range of subjects-after taking the gaokao, the national college entrance exam, in June.

Her favorite subject is geography, because it is the most ac

tive class. The school has a special geography classroom, and the teacher often uses a proje

ctor to display maps and images of different terrains to help the children better understand the lesson.

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