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Feature: People ring in Chinese New Year with sports

Xinhua 27 Jan 2023
Every year in Jiangshan, east China's Zhejiang province, people usually participate in firewood lifting or fish catching competitions, which have specific local characteristics, at the village games ... With their enthusiasm hugely driven by the Games, people had fun in winter sports across China during the Spring Festival holiday.
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X Games Aspen 2023: Predicting who comes out on top in snowboarding

Post Independent 27 Jan 2023
James did edge Hirano to win X Games Aspen gold in 2022, but my money is on Hirano this time ... The name to watch is China’s Yiming Su, the shocking gold-medal winner from the Beijing Olympics last winter who is making his X Games debut ... The reigning Olympic champ, Max Parrot, isn’t competing at X Games, but silver medalist Yiming Su of China is.
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Cardinals outfielder Lars Nootbaar named to Japan's WBC team

Columbia Missourian 27 Jan 2023
TOKYOJapan completed naming its 30-man roster Thursday for the World Baseball Classic, which includes outfielders Lars Nootbaar of the St. Louis Cardinals and Masataka Yoshida of the Boston Red Sox ... Japan announced its first 12 members last month ... I'm repeating it ... Japan will play its first game March 9 against China in Pool B at the Tokyo Dome ... .
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Will Russian athletes compete at next year’s Paris Olympics?

Deseret News 27 Jan 2023
... non-discrimination.” Competition bans affected a team of young Russian biathletes in Utah last March for the 2022 Youth and Junior World Championships at Solider Hollow, and Russian and Belarusian paralympians were expelled from the 2022 Paralympic Winter Games in Beijing, China.
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Sands China optimistic despite US$1.5b loss

Hong Kong Standard 26 Jan 2023
Sands China (1928) widened its net loss by 50.5 percent to US$1.58 billion (HK$12.4 billion) last year from a year ago but said early indications of recovery over the past few weeks were "all positive." ... However, Robert Glen Goldstein, chief executive of Sands China's parent company Las Vegas Sands Corp, said prospects looked positive.
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Interview: U.S. companies in multiple industries eager to expand in China: trade group leader

Xinhua 26 Jan 2023
"I know of hundreds of companies that very much want to expand in China," following the optimization of China's pandemic response measures and increased interactions between senior government officials of the two countries, Craig Allen, president of the U.S.-China Business Council, said during a recent interview with Xinhua ... Comparing the China-U.S.
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Jeremy Lin to join Kaohsiung 17LIVE Steelers

Taipei Times 26 Jan 2023
Lin’s “game, leadership and toughness will bring new stimulus to the Greater South’s basketball scene, and he will help bridge the gap between our younger and veteran players,” Steelers general manager Kenny Kao (高景炎) said in a video message ... their NBA game in New York on Feb.
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China Stocks: Year Of The Rabbit Begins With A Leap

Investors Business Daily 26 Jan 2023
China stocks rallied in the U.,S., after the Hong Kong Stock Exchange started the Year Of The Rabbit with a nice hop following its Lunar New Year holiday break begun last Friday ... China Stocks ... China stocks also received some lift from the gaming hub of Macau, which saw nearly 40,000 visitors enter from the mainland on the second day of the holiday.
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FIFA and Shinai Sports sign digital rights deal in China for 2023 Women's World Cup

Inside The Games 26 Jan 2023
FIFA and Shinai Sports have announced a new partnership that will see the platform acquire exclusive digital media rights in China for the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup ... The announcement marks the first time Shinai Sports has partnered with a FIFA competition and comes as the women's game continues to grow in China.
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Xi stresses hard work and unity to make China better

Independent online (SA) 26 Jan 2023
Xi said today's China is “a country where dreams become reality,” citing some of the milestone achievements in the past year, including the Olympic Winter Games, China's manned space missions and space station, the 95th founding anniversary of the armed forces, the third aircraft ...
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Taiwan appoints new, British-educated intelligence chief

Reuters 26 Jan 2023
China has been ramping up military and political pressure to try and get Taiwan to accept Beijing's sovereignty, including staging war games near the island in August. Taiwan's government rejects China's claims and says only the island's 23 million people can decide their future.
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Russian athletes invited to Asian Games

Russia Today 26 Jan 2023
Athletes from Russia and Belarus have been invited to compete at the Asian Games in Hangzhou, China this year despite both countries’ ongoing isolation from several major international sporting events, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has said ... The Asian Games will be held in Hangzhou, China from September 23 to October 8.
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Boeing reports Q4 loss but reaffirms 2023 targets

Live Mint 26 Jan 2023
Boeing is also eyeing 400-450 deliveries of 737s, compared with 387 in 2022.- Breakthrough in China? -A key unknown facing the company is the degree to which it can expect bankable revenues from China after a lengthy pause in deliveries of 737 MAX planes while the country ...
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Boeing reports Q4 losses at $634M

The Manila Times 26 Jan 2023
Breakthrough in China? ... of US-China relations ... Calhoun told CNBC that he expects progress over the next six months in moving the 100 MAX planes already in China back into the air, but that he wouldn't engage in a "guessing game" about when deliveries of new planes could resume.
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Hockey: After early exit from World Cup, India coach Graham Reid non-committal on future

Indian Express 26 Jan 2023
... Reid was asked if he was committed to the team as the coach until the Asian Games, which is scheduled to be held in Hangzhou, China, in September this year.

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