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Orlando Sentinel
Food prices at Shanghai Disneyland give early visitors heartburnShanghai Disneyland won't swing wide its gates to the general public until June
Food prices at Shanghai Disneyland give early visitors heartburn
Orlando Sentinel / Posted yesterday
Shanghai Disneyland won't swing wide its gates to the general public until June 16, but pre-opening visitors to Walt Disney Co.'s first theme park in mainland China already have found something to complain about amid operational tests for a dazzling... Read more
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Technode
The Chinese Government Wants A 100 Billion RMB AI Market By 2018China’s artificial intelligence industry received a huge boost of validation fr
The Chinese Government Wants A 100 Billion RMB AI Market By 2018
Technode / Posted 2 days ago
China’s artificial intelligence industry received a huge boost of validation from the government on Wednesday, which announced its plans to create a “100 billion level” ($15 billion USD) artificial intelligence market by 2018. According to... Read more
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The Hindu
Pranab visits Peking University; stresses people-to-people tiesPresident Pranab Mukherjee reiterated the need to enhance people-to-people ties
Pranab visits Peking University; stresses people-to-people ties
The Hindu / Posted 3 days ago
President Pranab Mukherjee reiterated the need to enhance people-to-people ties between India and China, a theme that he has been harping on in his four-day trip to China. He was addressing students and teachers at Beijing's prestigious Peking... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Food prices at Shanghai Disneyland give early visitors heartburnShanghai Disneyland won't swing wide its gates to the general public until June
Food prices at Shanghai Disneyland give early visitors heartburn
Los Angeles Times / Posted 4 days ago
Shanghai Disneyland won't swing wide its gates to the general public until June 16, but pre-opening visitors to Walt Disney Co.'s first theme park in mainland China already have found something to complain about amid operational tests for a dazzling... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
UVA President Touring Asia on International TripPress Release from the University of Virginia: Office of University Communicati
UVA President Touring Asia on International Trip
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 4 days ago
Press Release from the University of Virginia: Office of University Communications: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 24, 2016 — University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan is in the midst of her largest international trip on behalf of the... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
UVA President Touring Asia on International Trip on Behalf of UniversityPress Release from the University of Virginia: Office of University Communicati
UVA President Touring Asia on International Trip on Behalf of University
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 4 days ago
Press Release from the University of Virginia: Office of University Communications: CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va., May 24, 2016 — University of Virginia President Teresa A. Sullivan is in the midst of her largest international trip on behalf of the... Read more
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The Economic Times
Over 400 fake educational institutions cheat students in ChinaBEIJING: China is grappling with big increase in fake and phony universities, c
Over 400 fake educational institutions cheat students in China
The Economic Times / Posted 5 days ago
BEIJING: China is grappling with big increase in fake and phony universities, colleges and schools whose numbers have gone up to over 400 as they use names of real institutions by slightly altering them to confuse and dupe prospective students, state... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
China sends graft inspectors to armed forces, academiesSHANGHAI: China's Central Military Commision, the country's top military leader
China sends graft inspectors to armed forces, academies
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 11 days ago
SHANGHAI: China's Central Military Commision, the country's top military leadership body, has dispatched corruption inspectors to the armed forces and its military academies to conduct "re-examinations," state news agency Xinhua said. The... Read more
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The Star
China sends graft inspectors to armed forces, academies - XinhuaSHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Central Military Commision, the country's top mili
China sends graft inspectors to armed forces, academies - Xinhua
The Star / Posted 11 days ago
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's Central Military Commision, the country's top military leadership body, has dispatched corruption inspectors to the armed forces and its military academies to conduct "re-examinations," state news agency Xinhua said. The... Read more
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PhotonicsOnline
New Imaging Technology Allows Scientists To Peer Even Deeper Into Fatty ArteriesCredit: Yingchun Cao (Purdue University), Jie Hui (Purdue University), Ayeeshik
New Imaging Technology Allows Scientists To Peer Even Deeper Into Fatty Arteries
PhotonicsOnline / Posted 12 days ago
Credit: Yingchun Cao (Purdue University), Jie Hui (Purdue University), Ayeeshik Kole (Purdue University/Indiana University School of Medicine), Pu Wang (Purdue University), Weibiao Chen (Shanghai Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics), Micheal... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
2016 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts graduatesNathan D. Alibozek: Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology. A 2011 graduate of Ho
2016 Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts graduates
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 14 days ago
Nathan D. Alibozek: Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology. A 2011 graduate of Hoosac Valley High School, he is the son of Doug and Linda Alibozek. During his college career he played on the baseball team and worked as a security guard at the Sterling... Read more
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Finance Asia
China's LeEco bets on a connected futureLeEco chairman Jia Yueting (left) and Ding Lei, head of its auto division, unve
China's LeEco bets on a connected future
Finance Asia / Posted 18 days ago
LeEco chairman Jia Yueting (left) and Ding Lei, head of its auto division, unveil the company's new electric car concept. When Liu Hong, the youngest Chinese journalist to have reported from the Arctic Pole, was bored with his day-to-day job editing... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Power to the people: electric bikes take off in North KoreaPYONGYANG: Wheels have long been a sign of economic status for both individuals
Power to the people: electric bikes take off in North Korea
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 22 days ago
PYONGYANG: Wheels have long been a sign of economic status for both individuals and nations, and on the lightly trafficked streets of Pyongyang, capital of impoverished and isolated North Korea, electric bicycles are the hottest new ride on the... Read more
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The Star
Power to the people: electric bikes take off in North KoreaPYONGYANG (Reuters) - Wheels have long been a sign of economic status for both
Power to the people: electric bikes take off in North Korea
The Star / Posted 22 days ago
PYONGYANG (Reuters) - Wheels have long been a sign of economic status for both individuals and nations, and on the lightly trafficked streets of Pyongyang, capital of impoverished and isolated North Korea, electric bicycles are the hottest new ride... Read more
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Gamasutra
Eonite Perception Raises $5.25 Million in Equity Funding to Take its 3D Mapping and Tracking Technology to VR and Other MarketsEonite Perception Raises $5.25 Million in Equity Funding to Take its 3D Mapping
Eonite Perception Raises $5.25 Million in Equity Funding to Take its 3D Mapping and Tracking Technology to VR and Other Markets
Gamasutra / Posted 24 days ago
Eonite Perception Raises $5.25 Million in Equity Funding to Take its 3D Mapping and Tracking Technology to VR and Other Markets Palo Alto, California — May 5, 2016 — Eonite Perception, a startup dedicated to making machines understand the real... Read more

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