China collapse scenario good for no one2017-01-16
What would the future of the world economy be if China's growth were to plunge? It is a scenario many China bears have predicted.
Xi's signed article earns warm applause in Switzerland2017-01-16
GENEVA, Jan.14 -- The Swiss people applauded Chinese President Xi Jinping's signed article published ahead of his Jan.15-18 state visit to Switzerland, saying more exchanges will lead to deeper friendship and better state-to-state relations.
Trump hints at lifting sanctions on Russia if Moscow proves helpful2017-01-16
WASHINGTON, Jan.13 -- U.S. President-elect Donald Trump has hinted that he could lift the sanctions against Russia if Moscow proved helpful in battling terrorists and reaching other goals important to the United States, a newspaper report said Friday.
WEF expects China to be "responsible, responsive" global leader2017-01-16
GENEVA, Jan.14 -- Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), has expressed his expectations of China becoming a responsible and responsive global leader amid myriad uncertainties and de-globalization and protectionist trends in the world.
Bayern Munich clinch 2017 Telekom Cup2017-01-16
BERLIN, Jan.14 -- Bayern Munich overcame Mainz 2-1 on the goals from Franck Ribery and Javi Martinez to wrap up the 2017 Telekom Cup in front of 41.244 spectators at Dusseldorf's Espirt Arena on Saturday.
France's Peterhansel wins 13th Dakar Rally title2017-01-16
BUENOS AIRES, Jan.14 -- France's Stephane Peterhansel held off a challenge from compatriot and Peugeot teammate Sebastien Loeb to claim his 13th Dakar Rally title in Argentina on Saturday.
UN welcomes reports of agreements on water supply in Wadi Barada, Syria2017-01-16
UNITED NATIONS, Jan.13 -- The United Nations said Friday that it welcomes the reports that an agreement regarding water supply has been reached in Wadi Barada, Syria.
Traditional 'Ba Da Wan' graces dinner table for coming Lunar New Year2017-01-16
As Chinese Lunar New Year draws near, traditional cuisine is necessary to grace the table during family get-togethers in many places in China.
Chinese snail noodles exported to United States2017-01-16
NANNING, Jan.14 -- Rice noodles with snails, a signature dish sold at street stalls in south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, are being exported to the United States, a company said.
Chinese president leaves for Switzerland2017-01-16
Chinese President Xi Jinping and his wife Peng Liyuan left Beijing on Sunday morning for a four-day visit to Switzerland.
China's central bank orders payment platforms to hand in customer provisions2017-01-16
China's central bank has ordered third-party payment platforms to put part of their customer provisions in specific official accounts to reduce financial risks.
Time to launch globalization 2.02017-01-16
With Britons voting to leave the European Union and Donald Trump elected as the next U.S. president, a rising tide of protectionism seems to be sweeping the West.
One China policy "nonnegotiable," China tells US2017-01-16
China on Saturday told the United States that one China policy is the political foundation of bilateral ties and is nonnegotiable.
Suggestions pour in for government work report2017-01-16
More than 100,000 suggestions have been submitted in response to an online call to Share your thoughts with Premier Li.
Way found to reprogram mouse embryonic stem cells2017-01-16
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.14 -- Researchers with the University of California, Berkeley, have found a way to reprogram mouse embryonic stem cells so that they exhibit developmental characteristics resembling those of fertilized eggs, or zygotes.
Senior Chinese leaders meet Vietnamese party chief on stronger ties2017-01-16
Senior Chinese leaders Li Keqiang, Zhang Dejiang and Wang Qishan met with General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) Central Committee Nguyen Phu Trong in Beijing on Friday, vowing to boost relations.
Beijing to cap population at 22 mln in 20172017-01-16
Beijing is on course to cap its population at 22 million in 2017 as the capital saw its population growth rate slow last year, said acting mayor Cai Qi.
Space station astronauts upgrade power systems in 2nd spacewalk2017-01-16
WASHINGTON, Jan.13 -- Astronauts aboard the International Space Station on Friday successfully completed a battery upgrade to the outpost's power system in their second spacewalk in just one week.
Xi's visit presents golden opportunity to deepen exemplary China-Switzerland partnership2017-01-16
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to Switzerland starting Sunday will further boost the two countries' unique partnership, a paragon of China's interaction with the West.
Flamengo sign former Brazil midfielder Romulo2017-01-16
RIO DE JANEIRO, Jan.13 -- Flamengo have announced the signing of former Brazil international midfielder Romulo on a four-year deal.
Raptors score season-best 132 points to outlast Nets2017-01-16
TORONTO, Jan.13 -- The Toronto Raptors scored a team's season-high 132-113 victory over Brooklyn Nets in Friday's evening NBA action.
China faces big chance, responsibility to take leadership role at international level2017-01-16
ZURICH, Switzerland, Jan.14 -- China now faces a real chance and a big responsibility to take a leadership role at the international level, Swiss businessmen have commented ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit to Switzerland and his scheduled attendance at the 47th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos.
Over 25,000 unaccompanied child migrants reach Italy in 20162017-01-16
ROME, Jan.13 -- Some 25,800 unaccompanied minor migrants reached Italy last year, more than double the figure of 2015, the UN Children's Fund (UNICEF) said on Friday.
Open letter to Aussie PM calls for anti-corruption watchdog2017-01-16
SYDNEY, Jan.14 -- A swathe of high profile Australians on Saturday called on Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to immediately establish an anti-corruption watchdog after recent indiscretions led to the resignation of his Health Minister Sussan Ley.
China beat Croatia 5-4 after shoutout to finish 3rd in China Cup2017-01-16
NANNING, China, Jan.14 -- China pulled it even at the 89th minute and went on to beat Croatia in penalty shootout on Saturday, finishing third at the 2017 Gree China Cup International Football Championship which also features Chile and Iceland.
Smog to blanket north China2017-01-16
Smog will hit some parts in north and central China starting from Sunday, China's national observatory warned, suggesting people in affected areas to make precautions.
SpaceX makes successful return to flight 4 months after explosion2017-01-16
LOS ANGELES, Jan.14 -- SpaceX returns to launching rockets on Saturday, four months after an explosion on the launchpad that caused the company to suspend flights. The U.S. private space firm successfully delivered 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit and landed its Falcon 9 on a drone ship in the Pacific Ocean.
Xi's world vision: a community of common destiny, a shared home for humanity2017-01-16
Thousands of years ago, China envisaged a world where people live in perfect harmony and are as dear to one another as family. Today, President Xi Jinping has given the world a new name -- a community of common destiny.
A legacy to be carried on in U.S.-China relations2017-01-15
A new page in U.S.-China relations is set to open with a shift in White House occupancy a week away. Changes are expected on both sides of the world's most important bilateral relationship.
Xi extends New Year greetings to veterans2017-01-15
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Friday extended Spring Festival greetings to military veterans.
History on Today: Michael Jordan retires for a second time on Jan. 13, 19992017-01-15
On January 13,1999, the National Basketball Association (NBA) superstar Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls announces his retirement from professional basketball, for the second time, in front of a crowd at Chicago's United Center.
Spotlight: China, Switzerland have potential in cooperation2017-01-15
GENEVA, Jan.13 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Switzerland is expected to deepen China-Switzerland partnership, a model of peaceful co-existence and win-win cooperation between big and small countries with different social systems and at different development phases.
Militaries of China, Vietnam to enhance cooperation2017-01-15
Vice Chairman of China's Central Military Commission Fan Changlong met with Vietnamese Defense Minister Ngo Xuan Lich Friday in Beijing.
China: growth engine, stabilizer of world economy2017-01-15
Although China cannot solely lift the world economy out its current malaise, the nation's current stable growth offers more than just confidence to the world.
China continues to stand with "African brothers": spokesperson2017-01-15
China said Friday it would continue to stand together with its African brothers in the future, as Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi concluded a routine visit to Africa at the start of the year.
Full Text of Chinese president's signed article in Swiss newspaper2017-01-15
GENEVA, Jan.13 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping published a signed article in the Swiss newspaper Neue Zurcher Zeitung on Friday under the title A Shared Commitment to Practical Cooperation and Peaceful Development, ahead of his state visit to Switzerland, his attendance at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos and a tour of Geneva-based international organizations.
China to improve disaster prevention, relief by 20202017-01-15
China will improve efficiency in disaster prevention and relief by 2020 to reduce the impact on ordinary people.
China's foreign trade back to growth in Q42017-01-15
China's foreign trade stabilized and returned to growth in the fourth quarter last year, with total foreign trade value up 3.8 percent in the three-month period, data from the General Administration of Customs (GAC) showed Friday.
China, Vietnam expected to embrace promising ties2017-01-15
China and Vietnam are looking forward to a promising future in relations as a high-ranking Vietnamese delegation visits Beijing at the beginning of a new year.
UNOG chief wishes to intensify collaboration with China2017-01-15
GENEVA, Jan.10 - The Director-General of the United Nations Office at Geneva (UNOG), Michael Moller, said he wishes to further cooperate with China to better tackle global challenges.
Xi replies to daughter of Uygur patriot, stresses ethnic unity2017-01-15
Chinese President Xi Jinping has replied to a daughter of Kurban Tulum who was twice received by the late Chairman Mao Zedong, underlining ethnic solidarity and efforts to build a bright future for Xinjiang under the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC).
Chinese president's Switzerland trip to have important impact on global economy, governance -- senior diplomat2017-01-15
GENEVA, Jan.11 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping's scheduled multilateral diplomatic activities in Geneva and Davos during his upcoming visit to Switzerland will have an important and far-reaching influence on the global economic recovery and governance system reform, a senior Chinese diplomat said Wednesday.
U.S. Justice Department to probe into FBI pre-election handling of Clinton emails2017-01-15
WASHINGTON, Jan 13 -- The U.S. Justice Department will look into whether Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey's handling of Hillary Clinton's emails were proper during the election campaign, local media reported Friday.
President Xi's Davos attendance to show China a stability factor, key decision-maker in int'l community2017-01-15
VIENNA, Jan.12 -- Chinese President Xi Jinping's attendance at the upcoming World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos will show that China is a stability factor in the global community and a key global decision-maker, an Austrian expert said.
China's aircraft carrier returns to port after drill2017-01-15
China's aircraft carrier formation returned to Qingdao port Friday after finishing a drill, the Chinese navy said Friday.
Interview: World Bank economist says China economic policy aims for growth, stability2017-01-14
LONDON, Jan.12 -- China is pursuing an economic policy that is carefully calibrated to ensure both growth and stability, according to a World Bank economist.
Trump sparks ire, distrust in Latin America2017-01-14
MEXICO CITY, Jan.11 -- U.S. president-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday sparked anger, uncertainty and skepticism among Latin Americans, following his first press conference since winning the election.
Xi's Switzerland visit to deepen bilateral partnership, advance China-EU cooperation, boost world economic confidence2017-01-14
Chinese President Xi Jinping's upcoming visit to Switzerland and his scheduled attendance at the 47th World Economic Forum (WEF) are expected to deepen China-Switzerland partnership, advance China-Europe cooperation as a whole, and reduce uncertainties through injecting confidence and solidarity into the international business community.
Former UN chief takes people-friendly move on expected run for S. Korean presidency2017-01-14
SEOUL, Jan.12 -- Former UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Thursday tried hard to show his people-friendly identity as he returned to his home country, South Korea, following the end of his 10-year tenure in the top UN post.
U.S. regulator: Fiat Chrysler cheats on emissions tests2017-01-14
WASHINGTON, Jan.12 -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on Thursday accused Fiat Chrysler of violating the country's Clean Air Act by installing and failing to disclose emissions-cheating software in roughly 104,000 vehicles.
Xi urges judicial, law enforcement organs to better deal with risks, challenges2017-01-14
President Xi Jinping has urged all judicial and law enforcement agencies to improve their capabilities by innovating mechanisms and methods to better guard against and handle risks and challenges.
China, Vietnam agree on closer cooperation2017-01-14
Communist Party chiefs of China and Vietnam agreed in Beijing on Thursday that two countries should expand cooperation in various fields including maritime exploration and put ties on the right track.
AR technology to make "red envelope war" more fun in lunar New Year2017-01-14
Grabbing a digital red envelope, a cash gift exchanged through a smartphone app, is a popular activity during lunar New Year in China. The activity is expected to become even more fun with the emergence of AR (Augmented Reality) technology.
CPC issues regulation on democratic life meetings2017-01-14
The Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee has issued a regulation concerning the meetings on democratic life for members in Party and state organs at or above the county level.
China revises textbooks on war against fascism2017-01-14
Yang Dongliang has fulfilled his historical mission. Starting from spring semester this year, textbooks in China will use the phrase 14-year Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression.
S. China Sea threat a lesson, experts say2017-01-14
With US secretary of state nominee Rex Tillerson threatening to make trouble for China over the South China Sea, observers said Beijing should continue its buildup in the area and tighten relations with countries involved in the area's territorial disputes.
Chinese FM wraps up five-nation Africa visit, hails "new changes" in cooperation2017-01-14
NAIROBI, Jan.12 -- Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi wrapped up his African tour on Thursday that carried him to Madagascar, Zambia, Tanzania, Republic of Congo and Nigeria, at a time when China-Africa cooperation is going from strength to strength.
China to invest 1.2 trillion yuan in information infrastructure2017-01-14
China will invest big in information infrastructure in the next three years as a way to help develop the new economy and foster growth momentum.
China, Russia agree to further respond to THAAD deployment2017-01-14
MOSCOW, Jan.12 -- China and Russia have agreed to take further countermeasures in response to the proposed deployment of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense system (THAAD), officials from both countries said Thursday.
German economy reports solid growth in 20162017-01-14
FRANKFURT, Jan.12 -- The German economy produced its strongest growth in five years in 2016, thanks to a surge in consumer spending and government support for refugees, official data revealed on Thursday.
U.S. slaps sanctions on 18 Syrian officials over use of chemical weapon2017-01-14
WASHINGTON, Jan.12 -- The United States on Thursday announced sanctions on 18 senior Syrian officials in connection to Syrian government's use of chemical weapons.
Spotlight: Xi's global vision -- a better world for all2017-01-14
Jojivini Vuna was lucky: The 90-year-old Fijian woman had moved into her son's concrete house just days before the strongest tropical cyclone to make landfall hit her country and flattened her wooden cottage early last year.
Sevilla-Madrid highlights Spain's matchday 182017-01-14
MADRID, Jan.12 -- Football fans in Spain will have to wait until Sunday night for the biggest game in match-day 18 when top of the table Real Madrid visit Sevilla's Sanchez Pizjuan Stadium.
LA becomes No.1 U.S. destination for Chinese tourists2017-01-14
LOS ANGELES, Jan.11 -- Los Angeles has become the first ever U.S. city destination to receive more than 1 million Chinese visitors in one year, the authorities said Wednesday.
Kremlin calls allegations of Moscow's involvement in hacker attacks "stupidity"2017-01-14
MOSCOW, Jan.12 -- The Kremlin said Thursday that Moscow considered allegations of its involvement in hacker attacks on the United States as stupidity.
Farthest stars in Milky Way probably stolen from another galaxy: study2017-01-14
WASHINGTON, Jan.11 -- Half of the 11 farthest known stars in our galaxy that are located about 300,000 light-years from Earth might have been ripped from another galaxy, U.S. researchers said Wednesday.
Facebook introduces journalism project to strengthen media ties, curb fake news2017-01-14
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan.12 -- Facebook on Wednesday announced its namesake journalism project to establish stronger ties between the company and the news industry, marking its latest efforts to stamp out fake news on its platform.
China rejects U.S. trade accusations2017-01-14
The Chinese commerce ministry has rejected a US report submitted to Congress, alleging that China has not lived up to its commitment within the World Trade Organization 15 years after the country became a WTO member.
Trump says he thinks Russia behind election hacking2017-01-13
WASHINGTON, Jan.11 -- U.S. President-elect Donald Trump said on Wednesday that I think it was Russia behind the cyberattacks targetting the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Panda cubs pose for New Year greetings in SW China2017-01-13
CHENGDU, Jan.11 -- Eight giant panda cubs posed for Lunar New Year greetings on Wednesday at a breeding base in southwest China's Sichuan Province.
Iraqi forces gain ground as troops push into IS stronghold in Mosul2017-01-13
MOSUL, Iraq, Jan.11 -- The Iraqi government forces on Wednesday extend its grip in the eastern side of the Islamic State stronghold in the city of Mosul in northern Iraq, as fierce clashes continued against the extremist militants, the Iraqi military said.
China issues white paper on Asia-Pacific security cooperation2017-01-13
China on Wednesday issued a white paper on policies related to Asia-Pacific security cooperation, which also clarified the nation's stance on issues of regional concern.
China to regulate regional equity markets to aid SMEs financing2017-01-13
China's State Council on Wednesday specified a string of measures aimed at better regulating the regional equity markets in a latest effort to aid financing for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).
Making sure officials "do not want to be corrupt"2017-01-13
It has become more than clear that China wants to ensure its officials do not want to be corrupt. But how exactly does a nation go about this? One answer lies in spreading Confucian ideals.
History On Today: Magnitude-7.0 quake hits off Haiti on Jan. 12, 20102017-01-13
A magnitude-7.0 earthquake devastates the Caribbean island nation of Haiti on Jan.12,2010. The quake, which was the strongest to strike the region in more than 200 years, left over 200,000 people dead and some 895,000 Haitians homeless.
Full text: Joint statement of China and Nigeria2017-01-13
ABUJA, Jan.11 -- The following is the full text of a joint statement released by China and Nigeria on Wednesday:
Trump & Ma find ways to boost China-US trade ties2017-01-13
On Monday, the world’s third richest man, Jack Ma, founder of Alibaba Group, met US President-elect Donald Trump at Trump Towers in mid-town Manhattan. The executive chairman of the e-Commerce retail giant, outlined plans to create 1 million new jobs in the US for the next five years.
China's economy, globalization to be on top of President Xi's Davos agenda2017-01-13
President Xi Jinping will discuss the latest developments in China's economy and more inclusive globalization during his first visit to the Davos summit.
China, Nigeria need to deepen strategic partnership: Chinese FM2017-01-13
ABUJA, Jan.11 -- China and Nigeria need to further expand practical cooperation and deepen strategic partnership, Visiting Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi said here Wednesday.
China and Switzerland see steady growth of bilateral tourism flow2017-01-13
Official figures from Switzerland suggest the country is becoming a favored destination for Chinese travelers in Europe, while China remains a popular choice for Swiss travelers making their way to Asia.
Iran bids farewell to Rafsanjani in Tehran funeral2017-01-13
TEHRAN, Jan.10 -- Hundreds of thousands of people took part in the funeral ceremony of Iran's former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani on Tuesday.
China to revise textbook language on war against Japanese aggression2017-01-13
Starting in the spring semester of 2017, China's textbooks will adopt the phrase 14-year Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression, marking a revision to the current wording, the Ministry of Education said on Tuesday.
Expanding cooperation with China important political legacy for U.S.2017-01-13
As U.S. President Barack Obama bid farewell to the nation in a speech in his hometown of Chicago, the United States and China -- the world's two largest economies -- can now take a moment to ponder the development of their relationship over the last eight years.
China, Japan, ROK discuss trade, investment in FTA negotiations2017-01-13
Delegates from China, Japan and the Republic of Korea (ROK) discussed goods and services trade and investment as they met in Beijing on Wednesday for the 11th round of trilateral free trade agreement (FTA) negotiations.
History On Today: 1st Qomolangma conqueror Edmund Hillary dies on Jan. 11, 20082017-01-13
New Zealand's Edmund Hillary, who became the first to conquer Mount Qomolangma to win renown as one of the 20th century's greatest adventurers, passed away on Jan.11,2008. He was 88.
Kam Grand Choir performs, but without conductor2017-01-13
Editor’s foreword: Looking China International Youth Film Project is co-organized by the Academy for International Communication of Chinese Culture (AICCC), Beijing Normal University and Huilin Foundation, which aims to showcase the contrasting simplicity and glamour, the antiquity and fashion of China through unique perspectives of young foreign film makers.
Beijing holds top Tibetan Thangka painting exhibition2017-01-13
Tibet in the Heaven—Joint Exhibition of Top Tibetan Thangka Works opened January 7 at the National Art Museum of China in Beijing. The exhibition presents both the tradition and innovation of Thangka art in Tibet,and it has attracted many art lovers.
China's top legislature vows deepening anti-graft fight2017-01-13
The leading Party group of China's National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee and NPC Party organizations at various levels will deepen the clean governance drive and anti-graft fight, according to an official statement Wednesday.
Nigeria reaffirms commitment to One-China policy2017-01-13
ABUJA, Jan.11 -- The Nigerian government reaffirmed its commitment to One-China policy on Wednesday, saying Nigeria will stay committed to the long-standing friendship and cooperation with China.
China's aircraft carrier formation passes through Taiwan Strait2017-01-13
A naval formation consisting of aircraft carrier Liaoning passed through the Taiwan Strait Thursday morning en route to drills in the South China Sea, said a spokesperson with the People's Liberation Army Navy.
China seeks better mechanism to prevent, manage natural disasters2017-01-13
Chinese authorities plan to improve the country's capacity to cope with calamitous events.
Pianist Lang Lang plays for rural left-behind children2017-01-13
Chinese piano virtuoso Lang Lang has given a concert to raise funds for rural left-behind children in Gansu Province. The internationally-acclaimed pianist played works by Debussy's Ballade and Chopin at the two-hour concert Sunday in the Hui autonomous prefecture of Linxia.
WEF founder urges global leaders to show courage to take right decisions2017-01-12
GENEVA, Jan.10 -- Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), said Tuesday that a new leadership model based on responsivity and responsibility must be adopted by global leaders in light of the many challenges faced by a rapidly-evolving world.
China calls for reinforced prevention of H7N9 avian flu2017-01-12
BEJING, Jan.10 -- China's health authority has called for more efforts to prevent and control the spread of the H7N9 avian flu virus.The National Health and Family Planning Commission made the call following reports of H7N9 cases in the provinces of Jiangxi and Hunan.
Egyptian, Chinese antiquities officials study excavations in Egypt2017-01-12
QALYOUBIYA, Egypt, Jan.8 -- Egyptian Minister of Antiquities Khaled al-Anany said on Sunday that an Egyptian delegation from his ministry is now on an official visit to China to strengthen cooperation in the field of archaeology.
China issues five-year plan on public healthcare2017-01-12
A five-year plan on public healthcare (2016-2020) was released by the State Council on Jan 10, setting the goal of raising the average life expectancy by one year in 2020 than that in 2015.
China's economy likely to grow 6.7 pct in 2016: top economic planner2017-01-12
China's economy was estimated to have grown about 6.7 percent in 2016, the country's top economic planner said Tuesday.
First IMAX 3D panda film starts shooting in southwest China2017-01-12
Panda lovers can expect more spectacular views of the bear in cinemas as the first IMAX 3D panda documentary began filming on Tuesday in southwest China's Sichuan Province.
Zika may get pandemic in Vietnam in 2017: health official2017-01-12
HANOI, Jan.10 -- The Zika virus may get pandemic in Vietnam in 2017 as the country has source of infection and vectors that are mosquitoes causing dengue fever, said Tran Dac Phu, head of Vietnam's Ministry of Health's General Department of Preventive Medicine on Tuesday.
Le Pen at top of 1st round vote, but losing presidential runoff: poll2017-01-12
PARIS, Jan.10 -- Marine Le Pen, the leader of France's far-right National Front (FN) party is gaining on Francois Fillon, the favourite candidate in the polls to win the first round of the 2017 presidential race, but she would be largely beaten by Fillon in the runoff, a pollster said on Tuesday.
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