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China
    2015-03-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

    China able to defend border

    China has the responsibility and ability to defend its border with Myanmar, Premier Li Keqiang told a news conference at the end of China’s annual session of parliament* in Beijing on Sunday.

    His remarks came two days after China lodged* representations to Myanmar on a deadly bombing in a Chinese city bordering the conflict-hit country.

    A bomb dropped by a Myanmar warplane* on March 13 killed four Chinese people and injured nine others in Lincang of Yunnan Province.

    “We have the responsibility and the ability to firmly defend the stability* of the China-Myanmar border, and firmly protect the lives and the security of the property of our people,” Li said.

    

    Soccer textbooks to be used

    A compilation* of new soccer textbooks for Chinese primary and middle schools is scheduled for completion around the end of March, after the Ministry of Education named the sport a compulsory* part of the national curriculum.

    Students will be able to use their cell phones to scan QR codes in the textbooks and access instructional videos.

    

    Entrepreneurship welcomed

    China’s State Council has issued opinions to instruct the public on entrepreneurship* and innovation, according to an announcement on March 11.

    China needs to develop the “twin engines” of popular entrepreneurship and mass innovation, alongside increased supplies of public goods and services to drive development, Premier Li Keqiang said in the government work report at the 2015 National People’s Congress annual session.

    

    Anti-nuclear rally staged

    Thousands of people took to the streets in Taiwan on Saturday to call for the island to scrap* its use of nuclear energy and to voice opposition to controversial plans to ship nuclear waste abroad, organizers said.

    Protesters in central Taipei waved placards* and dressed in T-shirts with slogans including “Goodbye to nuclear energy” and “We don’t need nuclear power.”(SD-Agencies)

    

    

    

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