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October, 23, 2016

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China to blast pair of astronauts to orbiting space lab Tiangong 2
Chinese officials unveiled plans for Monday's launch of the country's latest space mission in which two astronauts will be blasted into space and will dock with an orbiting space lab.
A swimmer drowned Sunday in Hong Kong and another was left in critical condition as they took part in the city's annual cross-harbor swim, which attracts world-class international competitors.
The Chinese government may not be interested in developing horse racing but the Hong Kong Jockey Club is keen to cultivate more owners from mainland China, their Senior International Racing Consultant told AFP.
Up to 18 employees of Australian billionaire James Packer's Crown Resorts are believed to have been detained in China, reports said Saturday.
Bangladeshi and Chinese firms have signed US$13.6 billion in trade and investment deals on the sidelines of President Xi Jinping's brief tour to the South Asian nation, a trade group official said Saturday.
China's last Tiananmen prisoner set to be freed
China's last-known prisoner held in relation to the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests will reportedly be released Saturday, but he'll face freedom a frail and mentally ill man, a rights group and a fellow former inmate said.
For online booking boss, the world is his oyster
Dara Khosrowshahi, the CEO of Expedia Inc, said he didn't know how much he would love it, when he first joined the company 11 year ago.
The price of goods at the factory gate rose in China for the first time in more than four years in September, officials said Friday, in a positive sign for demand in the world's second-largest economy.
Crucial that G20 turns pledges into actions: Ex-IMF president
G20 members are expected to continue their efforts to implement structural reforms and "put words into actions" of proposals initiated during the G20 Summit, said former IMF president Horst Köhler.
Overseas studies pay off
More than half of companies in a survey said they favor Chinese students returning from overseas over their domestically educated peers.
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