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    2014-10-29  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    New moon mission launches

    China launched its latest lunar orbiter* recently, in its first attempt to send a spacecraft around the moon and back to Earth.

    The spacecraft*, which has not been named, was launched on October 24.

    It is China’s first lunar module capable of returning to Earth, which will require withstanding* the high temperatures that develop when a probe re-enters the terrestrial* atmosphere.

    

    Pollution choking China’s inbound tourism industry

    China’s inbound* tourism market is struggling to bounce back in the midst of rising concerns about issues such as air pollution, according to a new report from the China Tourism Academy.

    The number of inbound tourists reached 129.08 million in 2013, down 2.51 percent year-on-year, the report said. Some tourists from overseas expressed dissatisfaction with the water supply, air quality and barrier-free facilities.

    

    Ebola aid offered to W. Africa

    China will provide 500 million yuan (US$82 million) in aid to Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and international organizations to fight the Ebola virus, President Xi Jinping said on October 24.

    “China will offer aid in cash and in kindness, send more health experts and medical staff and help build a treatment center in Liberia,” Xi said.

    

    Occupy Central plotted

    Far from being “impromptu demonstrations,” the ongoing Occupy Central* movement in Hong Kong was plotted nearly two years ago with the involvement of overseas forces, the BBC has reported in an article published on its website.

    It is an “open secret” at the Oslo Freedom Forum, which is referred to as “one of the biggest meetings of human rights activists in the world,” that plans were hatched* for the demonstrations nearly two years ago.

    In January 2013, “organizers” began to prepare a plan to persuade 10,000 people to occupy roads in Hong Kong. Many of those involved in the demonstrations had been given specific training, the report said.

    (SD-Agencies)

    (SD-Agencies)

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