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HO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said, China's containment of the outbreak has bought time for the rest of the world. Bruce Aylward, an epidemiologist who recently headed the WHO-China Joint Mission on COVID-19, spelled out the impact of aggressive containment measures adopted by the Chinese government. He told reporters following his visit to Wuhan, the epicenter of the outbreak and an 11-million-metropolis that has been under lockdown for more than a month, that it is important to recognize the people of Wuhan. "The world is in your debt." COVID-19 is a virus of humanity, not of any certain country. WHO h

as published data that over 17,000 cases have been confirmed in 88 countries and regions outside China by Friday, calling for early and aggressive measures to break the chain of transmission worldwide. As the saying goes, a small leak will sink a great s

hip. What we need in the face of the epidemic is not stigmatiz

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ing a country or attacking a country, but science, rationality and solidarity. These are the most powerful weapons against our common enemy. If there is anyone who owes the world an apology, it must be those who spread "political virus" that smears Chinese people's efforts against the epidemic and jeopardizes global solidarity.NEW YORK, Nov. 23 BEIJING, Nov. 23 -- Beijing will have 14,000 5G base stations built by the end of the year to achieve continuous coverage within the city's Fifth Ring Road, which is the city proper area. The news was announced by the Beijing Municipal Bureau of Economy and Information Technology in a White Paper on the Development of Beijing's 5G Indu

stry (2019) released at the 2019 World 5G Conference on Friday. By October, China's three major telecom operators had already built more than 11,000 5G base stations in Beijing. The white paper points out that Beijing has built a number

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rt transportation, smart medical care, industrial Internet, smart urban management and ultra-high-definition video streaming. Kong Lei, deputy director of the bureau, said that in order to promote the overall development of the 5G industry, Beijing will promote the landing of major 5G application projects and optimize 5G infrastructure.-- When he was a boy in the 1970s, Charles A. Laughlin would sometimes follow his mother, an adventurous cook in the home kitchen, to an Asian market to find ingredients for making Chinese dishes in his hometown Minneapolis, U.S. state of Minnesota. A student walks on the campus of the University of Virginia, in Virginia, the United States, on Sept. 12, 2019. For Charles A. Laughlin, chair of the Department of East Asian Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Virginia, it has already been his "congenial career" to study and t

ranslate contemporary and present-age Chinese literature. (Xinhua/Ding Yimin) "Immediately after you walk in, the strong smell of dried fish or other kinds of pungent spices hit you right away. And it creates a sense of fascination," said Laughlin, professor of Chinese literature and chair

of the Department of East Asian Languages, Literatures and

Cultures at the University of Virginia. Those visits to the Asian supermarket and Chinese restaurants had led to Laughlin's decision to study Chinese in his second

year at the University of Minnesota. Now, for the 55-year-old professor, it has already been his "congenial career" to study and translate contemporary and present-age Chinese literature. EMERGENCE OF CHINESE LITERATURE Charles A. Laughlin (L), chair of t

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t Asian Languages, Literatures and Cultures at the University of Virginia, speaks in an interview with Xinhua at his office in Virginia, the United States, on Sept. 12, 2019. For Charles A. Laughlin, it has already been his "congenial career" to study and translate contemporary and present-age Chinese lit

erature. (Xinhua/Zhou Sa'ang) Contemporary Chinese literature

started to take on a greater brilliance when the ancient Asian country launched its reform and opening up in the late 1970s, Laughlin said. When Laughlin started teaching at Yale University more than 20 years ago after he graduated with a PhD in Chinese Literature from Columbia University, i

t was not difficult to decide what to teach. "You have a fairly short list of

the really important authors and some really significant works to use," said Laughlin. The names included Lu Xun, Mao Dun, Cao Yu, and Ba Jin, mostly authors from the first half of the 20th Century. More and more Chinese writers and critics have since en

tered the international arena, he said. In October 2012, nov

elist Mo Yan was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for his work that "with hallucinatory realism merges folk tales, history and the contemporary." "It's hard for me to keep up with all of the great (Chinese) authors who are being brought into English," he said. "So I've been responding to that by teaching less and less of the early major auth

ors from 100 years ago." What also caught Laughlin's attention is the emergence of Chinese science fiction, particularly Liu Cixin's Hugo Award-winning Three-Body Problem, in recent years. "They are becoming not only popular among Chinese readers, but al

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