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Special food and toys prepared for giant pandas during event to celebrate Int'l Children's Day

Hainan Tropical Wildlife Park and Botanical Garden on Monday prepared special food and toys for giant pandas "Gong Gong" and "Shun Shun" during an event to celebrate the International Children's Day.

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Lakes in Badain Jaran Desert, N China

Aerial photo taken on May 29, 2020 shows a lake in Badain Jaran Desert, north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. There are many lakes in the Badain Jaran Desert, which constitute a beautiful picture with deserts and plants.

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Wheat harvested in Taizhou, E China's Jiangsu

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International Children's Day celebrated across China

Children play with alpacas together with their parents in a zoo in Luoyang, Central China's Henan province, May 30, 2020. To welcome International Children's Day, various activities were held across China.

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Wuhan holds first offline job fair since virus outbreak

A job seeker talks with an employer at a job fair held at Jianghan University in Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, June 1, 2020. The first offline job fair for graduates after the coronavirus outbreak kicked off in Wuhan on Monday. Over 80 enterprises participated in the job fair.

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Trump's remarks "extremely disrespectful" to China's efforts against pandemic: FM spokesperson

The confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States have exceeded 1.8 million with the death toll surpassing 100,000, which is about 22 times that of China's, said the spokesperson.

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Chinese Premier stresses providing relief to businesses, stimulating market vitality

He also encouraged banks to make appropriate interest concessions, so that businesses can sustain themselves and assure success for the future, which will also benefit banks' development.

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Demonstrators clash with police during protest over death of George Floyd in Chicago

Demonstrators protest over the death of George Floyd in Chicago, the United States, on May 30, 2020. Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot imposed a curfew on the city on May 30. Chicago's precautions followed a chaotic and violent Saturday evening, when many businesses along the streets were looted, police cars overturned and some properties damaged.

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Xi stresses strong public health system to safeguard people's health

Party committees and governments at all levels were asked to put in place public health working mechanisms for the regular study and deployment of epidemic prevention and containment.

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Tackling the Crisis: Lessons from Pragmatism

One philosophical tradition which we think can offer useful guidance here is pragmatism. For, at the heart of pragmatism is a concern with intelligent problem solving, and what strategies we need to adopt to resolve the practical difficulties which face us as agents. We believe that the pragmatist tradition which grows out of nineteenth century American philosophy rightly highlights that if we are to successfully work through the problems posed by Covid-19, we need an approach which embodies four central values: transparency, accountability, solidarity, and hope.

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Scenery of Aha Lake National Wetland Park in Guiyang, Guizhou

Aerial photo taken on June 2, 2020 shows a vehicle driving through Aha Lake National Wetland Park in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province.People visit Aha Lake National Wetland Park in Guiyang, capital of southwest China's Guizhou Province, June 2, 2020.

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8 giant pandas settle in Fenghuang County

Giant panda "Qingfeng" is seen at a giant panda garden in Fenghuang County of central China's Hunan Province, June 1, 2020. A total of 8 giant pandas from southwest China's Sichuan Province settled in Fenghuang County recently. They will make their debut in about 2 weeks.

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Scenery of Nam Co Lake in SW China's Tibet

Photo taken on June 1, 2020 shows the scenery at Nam Co Lake in southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

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S. Africa's COVID-19 cases continue to rise amid further easing of lockdown

Customers shop in a mall in Johannesburg, South Africa, June 1, 2020. The number of COVID-19 cases in South Africa continued to rise on Monday as the country moved to a lower level of lockdown restrictions.

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400,000 students return to school in Beijing

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A firm “No” from Dr Li’s family to some American politicians’ proposal for street renaming

Earlier, Fu Xuejie, the late doctor Li Wenliang’s wife, claimed a firm “No” to some American politicians’ proposal for renaming the street in front of the Chinese embassy in Washington as “Li Wenliang Plaza”.

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People protest over death of George Floyd in New York

The police monitor a protest over the death of George Floyd on Times Square in New York, the United States, June 1, 2020.

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Guangxi makes efforts to improve education for poverty-stricken children

Guangxi, one of the major battlefields in China's poverty alleviation campaign, has been making painstaking efforts to improve education for poverty-stricken children, as schooling is believed to be the best way to empower the youngsters to lift their families out of poverty.

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74 suspects nabbed for illegal sea sand mining

Police in east China's Jiangsu Province have caught 74 suspects for their involvement in an illegal sea sand mining case worth nearly 100 million yuan (about 14 million U.S.

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Newborn birds experience a big new world

Newborn grebes were seen swimming with their parents in the Yitong River in Changchun, Jilin province.Newborn grebes were seen swimming with their parents in the Yitong River in Changchun, Jilin province.

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