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  Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusChinese President Xi Jinping on Tuesday signed a presidential order to award four persons national medal and honorary title for their outstanding contribution to fighting the COVID-19 epidemic.Special: Poverty AlleviationWuren shows a handmade "sunflower sister" doll at her workshop in Hulunbuir, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Aug 3, 2020. [Photo by Zhao Shiyue/chinadaily.com.cn]Wuren Yijirheyen, a 52-year-old shepherd in Hulunbuir, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, never dreamed her small family workshop in fur and leather handicrafts would grow to a giant business with over 1 million yuan ($143,900) in annual sales and lift hundreds of impoverished women out of poverty.In about 2005 when homestay tourism began booming in Wuren's hometown, a remote grassland village of nomad families, the ambitious woman started to make sunflower handwork – the Ewenki ethnic group's traditional ethnic decoration – for tourists.As a nomadic minority group living in high altitude areas of northeastern China, the Ewenkis worship the sun, warmth and brightness, Wuren said. Sunflower motifs, commonly made of cowhide, sheepskin and sable fur and decorated with agate stones, are believed to bring blessings and good luck to local inhabitants.1 2 3 4 Next PageSpecial: Poverty AlleviationWuren shows a handmade "sunflower sister" doll at her workshop in Hulunbuir, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, on Aug 3, 2020. [Photo by Zhao Shiyue/chinadaily.com.cn]Wuren Yijirheyen, a 52-year-old shepherd in Hulunbuir, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, never dreamed her small family workshop in fur and leather handicrafts would grow to a g  A recent report from the CIA indicates that the Chinese government has not accessed American user data from the video-sharing app TikTok.According to The New York Times, CIA analysts told the White House that, though it is possible for Chinese officials to obtain data from users of the app, which is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, there is "no evidence" that China has done so.The CIA assessment is the latest development in a long series of efforts made by American officials to distance Chinese tech firms from U.S. users over national security concerns.TikTok will file a federal lawsuit as soon as Tuesday, challenging the U.S. president's executive order banning the video-sharing app in the United States.Last week, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has unveiled a U.S. plan to crack down on Chinese apps and services. Dubbed the "Clean Network," the program would block "untrusted" Chinese apps from app stores.However, experts have found that TikTok collects data in a similar manner to U.S. firms such as Facebook.Looking away from the assessment from his own intelligence community, President Trump still moved forward with an executive order late Thursday barring U.S. companies from "any transactions" with ByteDance.The order argues TikTok "continues to threaten the national security, foreign policy, and economy of the United States" and will go into effect on September 20.A recent report from the CIA indicates that the Chinese government has not accessed American user data from the video-sharing app TikTok.According to The New York Times, CIA analysts told the White House that, though it is possible for Chinese officials to obtain data from users of the app, which is owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, there is "no evidence" that China has done so.The CIA assessment

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