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Tue, 29 Jul 2014
Zhou Yongkang, State Councilor; Minister of Public Safety and commissioner of National Narcotics Control Commission; People's Republic of China
Beijing
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A tiger, as seen from above its cage, as it feeds during lunchtime.
Shanghai
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Jilin
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 » TV shows about idioms examine the question of character
Liaoning
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 » Student deaths shake Chinese communities in US
 » Xi pounces on 'Tiger' Zhou
People buy ice cream at a McDonald's, American fast food restaurant, in Beijing Friday, Oct. 19, 2012. Foreign investment in China fell again in September and a government spokesman said Friday it was too early to forecast a recovery in trade. The decline in foreign direct investment added to mixed signals about the health of China's economy following Thursday's report that growth slowed to 7.4 percent in the latest quarter. Retail sales and factory output improved, prompting suggestions a recovery might be taking shape.
Hebei
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