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Charming Chengdu to Write a New History of Universiade

The 31st Summer FISU World University Games opened in Chengdu, China, with over 6,500 athletes from 113 countries and regions attending. The Universiade aims to promote solidarity, friendship, and cooperation among university students and provide a platform for exchanges. The Games are an opportunity to transcend geopolitical tensions and build positive energy across the international …

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Pieces of Titan Wreckage Taken Off Ship in St. John’s as Investigations Begin

Five people aboard the Titan submersible, including OceanGate Expeditions CEO Stockton Rush, are believed to have been killed by an implosion that caused the submersible to go missing off the coast of Newfoundland. The shattered pieces of the submersible were transported to St. John’s harbor for investigation. The transportation safety boards of the US and …

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Li Ka-shing’s 27-yr-old Granddaughter Joins Listed Flagship Firm as CKH Series Plan Handover to 3rd Generation

Michelle Li, the 27-year-old granddaughter of Li Ka-shing, founder of CKH series companies, has been appointed as the manager of the corporate business development department of CK ASSET. She has begun taking over the family business and made her first public response to inquiries about the group’s acquisition projects in her new role. Read More: …

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US ‘Won’t Tolerate’ China’s Ban on Micron Chips, Commerce Secretary Says

The US Commerce Secretary, Gina Raimondo, said that the US won’t accept China’s ban on buying Micron Technology memory chips and is working with other countries to find a solution. Raimondo thinks that China’s action against Micron is not fair and is trying to force them to do something. China said that Micron didn’t pass …

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