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r Mongolia Autonomous Region.Xi stressed the importance of preserving and promoting the culture of ethnic minority groups.The epic tells stories of King Gesar, a legendary 11th-century hero who fought evil and helped the weak. It has been passed down orally by singers, herders and farmers in Inner Mongolia, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, and northwest China's Qinghai Province.Chinese P

  r Mongolia Autonomous Region.Xi stressed the importance of preserving and promoting the culture of ethnic minority groups.The epic tells stories of King Gesar, a legendary 11th-century hero who fought evil and helped the weak. It has been passed down orally by singers, herders and farmers in Inner Mongolia, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, and northwest China's Qinghai Province.Chinese P  Russia will take countermeasures if the United States deploys nuclear weapons in Poland, Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov said Thursday."Whichever military potential that threatens our country is deployed on the Polish territory, the competent Russian authorities will make an exhaustive response," Titov told RIA Novosti news agency in an interview.On May 14, then-U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell wrote an article saying "Rather than eroding the solidarity that undergirds NATO's (North Atlantic Treaty Organization's) nuclear deterrent, now is the time for Germany to maintain its commitments to its allies through continued investments in NATO's nuclear share."Commenting on Grenell's article on the next day, U.S. Ambassador to Poland Georgette Mosbacher tweeted: "If Germany wants to diminish nuclear capability and weaken NATO, perhaps Poland -- which pays its fair share, understands the risks, and is on NATO's eastern flank -- could house the capabilities here."Titov said Mosbacher's statement is "a reaction to internal political debates in Germany regarding the need to stockpile foreign nuclear arsenals on its territory."Pressuring partners and pitting some allies against others is not constructive, Titov said.Russia will take countermeasures if the United States deploys nuclear weapons in Poland, Russian First Deputy Foreign Minister Vladimir Titov said Thursday."Whichever military potential that threatens our country is deployed on the Polish territory, the competent Russian authorities will make an exhaustive response," Titov told RIA Novosti news agency in an interview.On May 14, then-U.S. Ambassado

  rfering in Hong Kong affairs in any way," Hua said.The spokeswoman reiterated that the Chinese government is determined to implement the "one country, two systems" principle, safeguard national sovereignty, security and development interests, and maintain lasting prosperity and stability in Hong Kong.Hua added that Twitter should shut down accounts that smear China if it wants to fight disinformat  The old (L) and new crests (R). (Photo/Screenshot photo of Imperial College London)Recently, the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom said in a statement that they updated the design of the crest to no longer include the motto - "Scientia imperii decus et tutamen" which can be translated as "Scientific knowledge, the crowning glory and the safeguard of the empire," because the motto is not in line with current culture and values.The new crest is already in use by the President's Office and other central services at the college. Some materials and merchandise may continue to bear the Latin motto for a short while as the new design is adopted. The move aims to better reflect the College's culture, values, and commitment to supporting a diverse and inclusive community.In a statement, the Imperial College stated it can stop using its motto, but cannot simply reword it. The Latin motto was assigned to the institution in 1908 after it was certified by Royal Warrant. "Introducing a new motto would require a new Royal Warrant to be issued by The Queen, as well as approval from the College of Arms," reads the statement.Different schools in different countries and regions have responded differently to recent discussions and protests about racial issues.Last week, a longtime professor from University of California, Los Angeles in the United States (UCLA) has been placed on leave after facing backlash over his response to a student's request to postpone the final exam for African American students, considering the impact of George Floyd's death, RT reported on June 8.Last week, a group of minority students emailed Gordon Klein, an accounting professor at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, asking him to let black students sit out this week's exams in light of recent events. Klein received the email on June 2 and rejected the student's request.He said online classes can't tell a student's race by name. "Are there any students that may be of mixed parentages, such as half black-half Asian? What do you suggest I do with respect to them? A full concession or just half?" he added. And finally, he quoted Martin Luther King saying that people should not be evaluated based on the "color of their skin."Some students were outraged by Gordon Klein's response, and a student named Preet Bains started a petition on Change.org to have the professor fired. The petition describes Klein's response as "woefully racist," RT reported.So far, the online petition has garnered nearly 20,000 signatures. UCLA stated Professor Gordon Klein will be suspended for three weeks starting June 25 while he is investigated for racial discrimination.However, some students think the Professor seems to be defending Martin Luther King's idea that everyone is equal. An on-campus advocacy group and a counterpetition are calling for UCLA to reinstate Klein and for an apology to him.Also, they launched an online petition asking UCLA to reinstate Professor Klein. At press time, according to the site's data, support for Klein's return to school was overwhelming.The old (L) and new crests (R). (Photo/Screenshot photo of Imperial College London)Recently, the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom said in a statement that they updated the design of the crest to no longer include the motto - "Scientia imperii decus et tutamen" which can be translated as "Scientific knowledge, the crowning glory and the safeguard of the empire," because the motto is no

Special: Battle Against Novel CoronavirusBeijing reported 36 new confirmed domestically transmitted COVID-19 cases on Sunday, the National Health Commission said Monday.The unboxing video of a U.S. car reviewer has got the attention of Chinese social media with netizens mentioning it shows the growing influence of China's mobility scooter industry.Jason Torchinsky, a senior editor of an American car review website, and one of the most recent owners a Chinese scooter, said that as "goofy and absurd as it all may be, it is not some porta-potty on wheels." His new purchase was made on the English portal of Alibaba.com, one of China's largest e-commerce companies.Calling it "the world's cheapest new car," the editor seemed to be generally pleased with his new mobility scooter made by Chinese manufacturer Changli, which cost him around 3,000 U.S. dollars, with shipping costs and tariffs included.He said compared with the regular price of a golf cart in the U.S. (between 5,000 to 10,000 U.S. dollars), the electric vehicle he bought was only priced at 930 U.S. dollars.Torchinsky was even more pleased by the fact that the car body is made of metal instead of plastic, with "a real steering rack, real suspension," and related charging devices. It seems that the vehicle has everything but the name of a real car."How much does this actually seem like a car as opposed to some glorified mobility scooter or something, and I'm happy to say, this is a car," he said in the review.While some Chinese low-end mobility scooters are appreciated by overseas reviewers for their cost-effectiveness, it is actually impossible to purchase the same type of mobility scooter on Taobao.com, Alibaba's domestic shopping website, because it's mostly illegal to ride on such vehicle on Chinese streets.This type of vehicle is more commonly known as "mobility scooters for the elderly" in Chinese, as it was first designed for the elderly or people with disabilities.Such scooters usually don't come with a license plate and are not in compliance with most of the vehicle safety standards prescribed by China's transportation departments.In China, there were over 830,000 cases of accidents in the last five years related to mobility scooter users, which caused more than 18,000 deaths and 186,000 injuries, according to Xinhua.The unboxing video of a U.S. car reviewer has got the attention of Chinese social media with netizens mentioning it shows the growing influence of China's mobility scooter industry.Jason Torchinsky, a senior editor of an American car review website, and one of the most recent owners a Chinese scooter, said that as "goofy and absurd as it all may be, it is not some porta-potty on wheels." His new p如下图

  

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The old (L) and new crests (R). (Photo/Screenshot photo of Imperial College London)Recently, the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom said in a statement that they updated the design of the crest to no longer include the motto - "Scientia imperii decus et tutamen" which can be translated as "Scientific knowledge, the crowning glory and the safeguard of the empire," because the motto is not in line with current culture and values.The new crest is already in use by the President's Office and other central services at the college. Some materials and merchandise may continue to bear the Latin motto for a short while as the new design is adopted. The move aims to better reflect the College's culture, values, and commitment to supporting a diverse and inclusive community.In a statement, the Imperial College stated it can stop using its motto, but cannot simply reword it. The Latin motto was assigned to the institution in 1908 after it was certified by Royal Warrant. "Introducing a new motto would require a new Royal Warrant to be issued by The Queen, as well as approval from the College of Arms," reads the statement.Different schools in different countries and regions have responded differently to recent discussions and protests about racial issues.Last week, a longtime professor from University of California, Los Angeles in the United States (UCLA) has been placed on leave after facing backlash over his response to a student's request to postpone the final exam for African American students, considering the impact of George Floyd's death, RT reported on June 8.Last week, a group of minority students emailed Gordon Klein, an accounting professor at UCLA's Anderson School of Management, asking him to let black students sit out this week's exams in light of recent events. Klein received the email on June 2 and rejected the student's request.He said online classes can't tell a student's race by name. "Are there any students that may be of mixed parentages, such as half black-half Asian? What do you suggest I do with respect to them? A full concession or just half?" he added. And finally, he quoted Martin Luther King saying that people should not be evaluated based on the "color of their skin."Some students were outraged by Gordon Klein's response, and a student named Preet Bains started a petition on Change.org to have the professor fired. The petition describes Klein's response as "woefully racist," RT reported.So far, the online petition has garnered nearly 20,000 signatures. UCLA stated Professor Gordon Klein will be suspended for three weeks starting June 25 while he is investigated for racial discrimination.However, some students think the Professor seems to be defending Martin Luther King's idea that everyone is equal. An on-campus advocacy group and a counterpetition are calling for UCLA to reinstate Klein and for an apology to him.Also, they launched an online petition asking UCLA to reinstate Professor Klein. At press time, according to the site's data, support for Klein's return to school was overwhelming.The old (L) and new crests (R). (Photo/Screenshot photo of Imperial College London)Recently, the Imperial College London in the United Kingdom said in a statement that they updated the design of the crest to no longer include the motto - "Scientia imperii decus et tutamen" which can be translated as "Scientific knowledge, the crowning glory and the safeguard of the empire," because the motto is no

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  r Mongolia Autonomous Region.Xi stressed the importance of preserving and promoting the culture of ethnic minority groups.The epic tells stories of King Gesar, a legendary 11th-century hero who fought evil and helped the weak. It has been passed down orally by singers, herders and farmers in Inner Mongolia, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, and northwest China's Qinghai Province.Chinese P

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