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Oct 25 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares closed flat on Monday as gains in energy and materials stocks were offset by losses in the real estate sector. The Hang Seng index was unchanged at 26,132.03, while the China Enterprises Index fell 0.4% to 9,322.08 points. ** “We believe Beijing is determined to quicken the rollout of property tax, but will still proceed in a cautious way and only phase in the tax gradually. ** Energy stocks and the power-intensive materials sector gained about 1% each. ** Wuxi Biologics went up 3.9%, making it the biggest daily gainer on the Hang Seng Index.
Persons: ” Nomura, Nomura, Hui Ka Yan Organizations: China Enterprises, Xinhua, quicken, Wuxi Biologics, China Evergrande Group, EV Locations: Hong Kong, Beijing, China, Wuxi, Shenzhen
SHANGHAI, Oct 25 (Reuters) - Shanghai shares rose on Monday, led by environmental protection stocks on China’s measures to achieve carbon neutrality, while property firms fell after a report said the government would roll out a pilot real estate tax in some regions. The Hong Kong China Enterprises Index lost 0.2% to 9,335.02. ** Real estate firms lost 2.9%. The official Xinhua news agency said the State Council, or Cabinet, would determine which regions will be involved in the pilot real estate tax and other details. ** Property firms lost 1.3%.
Persons: , Hui Ka Yan Organizations: Hong Kong China Enterprises, Xinhua, State Council, ” Citi, Wuxi Biologics, China, Group, EV Locations: SHANGHAI, Shanghai, Hong, Hong Kong, Wuxi
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Shares in China Evergrande Group and its EV unit rose on Monday as the embattled property developer moved to prioritise growth of its nascent electric vehicles business over its troubled core real estate operations. FILE PHOTO: A traffic light is seen near the headquarters of China Evergrande Group in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China September 26, 2021. Evergrande rose as much as 6% while China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd as much as 17%, although both later trimmed their gains. Evergrande's new vehicle business, founded in 2019, has yet to reveal a production model or sell a single vehicle here. Broader concerns about China’s real estate sector, which accounts for a quarter of gross domestic product, still loom large for investors and policymakers in the world’s second-largest economy.
Persons: Aly, Hui Ka Yan, Evergrande, Raymond Cheng, ” Cheng, Cheng, Hui, Evergande, Liu He, Yi Gang Organizations: Reuters, China Evergrande Group, REUTERS, Energy Vehicle Group, CGS, CIMB Securities, EVs, China’s Securities Times, Xinhua Locations: HONG KONG, China, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, Beijing
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Shares in China Evergrande Group's electric vehicles (EV) unit 0708.HK rose on Monday as the embattled property developer moved to prioritise the growth of its nascent EV business over its troubled core real estate operations. FILE PHOTO: A traffic light is seen near the headquarters of China Evergrande Group in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China September 26, 2021. China Evergrande New Energy Vehicle Group Ltd rose 11.4%. Raymond Cheng, CGS-CIMB Securities’ head of China research, said the business shift makes sense given Beijing’s growing support for EVs and its increased tightening of the frothy real estate sector. Broader concerns about China’s real estate sector, which accounts for a quarter of gross domestic product, still loom large for investors and policymakers in the world’s second-largest economy.
Persons: Aly, Hui Ka Yan, Evergrande, Raymond Cheng, ” Cheng, Cheng, Hui, Liu He, Yi Gang Organizations: Reuters, HK, China Evergrande Group, REUTERS, China Evergrande, Energy Vehicle Group, CGS, CIMB Securities, EVs, EV, China’s Securities Times, National Development, Reform Commission, Media, Xinhua Locations: HONG KONG, China, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, Beijing
The company logo is seen on the headquarters of China Evergrande Group in Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China September 26, 2021. REUTERS/Aly Song/File PhotoSHANGHAI, Oct 25 (Reuters) - The spillover effect of Chinese real estate companies' debt default risks to the financial industry is generally controllable, state media said on Monday, as concerns continue to loom over China Evergrande Group. The article, which did not directly name China Evergrande (3333.HK), said property companies were facing debt default issues due to poor management and a failure to adjust their operations to market changes. "It should be understood that there will be clues if a property is likely to default on its debts, so the risk of spillover to the financial industry can be predicted," Xinhua said. Its debt crisis is also being widely watched by global financial markets concerned about broader contagion.
Persons: Aly, China Evergrande, Brenda Goh, Sam Holmes Organizations: China Evergrande Group, REUTERS, HK, Thomson Locations: China, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, SHANGHAI, Xinhua
Hong Kong (CNN Business) China plans to cut its reliance on fossil fuels to below 20% by 2060, according to a cabinet document published in state media Sunday. The new guidelines, published in state news agency Xinhua, said China will gradually phase out its fossil fuel consumption. However, China said it must ensure food and energy security as it decarbonizes. Beijing had pushed coal mines to curtail production earlier this year as the country pursued its ambitious targets to cut carbon emissions. But demand surged for projects that require fossil fuels, and there hasn't been enough power to go around.
Persons: decarbonize, Xi hasn't, Xi, Yong Xiong, Laura He, Philip Wang Organizations: CNN Business, Xinhua Locations: Hong Kong, China, Glasgow, Scotland, Xinhua, Beijing
REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/FilesBEIJING, Oct 25 (Reuters) - President Xi Jinping vowed on Monday that China would always uphold world peace and international rules, amid concerns expressed by the United States and other countries over its increasing assertiveness globally. In a speech marking the 50th anniversary of China's return to the United Nations, Xi said it would always be the "builder of world peace" and a "protector of international order", state news agency Xinhua reported. In 1971, the United Nations voted to recognise the People's Republic of China as the sole representative of China, expelling Taiwan, which had held the U.N. seat in the name of the Republic of China, its official title. The ministry called on the United Nations "not to repeatedly succumb to the political pressure of the Chinese government" and exclude Taiwan, it added. He also said all countries should always abide by international rules, and not only when the rules suit them.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Carlos Garcia Rawlins, China's, Xi, Yew Lun Tian, Ben Blanchard, Clarence Fernandez, Simon Cameron_Moore Organizations: REUTERS, United Nations, Xinhua, Communist Party, East China, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, BEIJING, United States, Taiwan, People's Republic of China, Republic of China, People's Republic, India, South, East, Japan, Taipei
FILE PHOTO: Birds fly over a closed steel factory where chimneys of another working factory are seen in the background, in Tangshan, Hebei province, China, February 27, 2016. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon/File PhotoBEIJING (Reuters) - China’s cabinet on Sunday outlined measures to achieve its goals of reaching peak carbon emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality before 2060 but said food and energy security must be considered amid those efforts. The statement came as severe energy shortages in China threaten to overshadow Beijing’s efforts to curb greenhouse gas emissions, just as countries prepare for a new round of climate talks in Glasgow starting on Oct. 31. China should “manage the relationship between pollution reduction and carbon reduction and energy security, industrial supply chain security, food security and normal life of the people,” said a cabinet document published by official media Xinhua. It also called for an effective response to the economic risks of green and low-carbon transition, to “prevent overreaction, and ensure safe carbon reduction”.
Persons: Kim Kyung, Organizations: REUTERS, Glasgow, Xinhua Locations: Tangshan, Hebei province, China, BEIJING
Image Phoeurng Sackona, the Cambodian culture minister, said the account of a reformed looter was critical to compiling evidence on stolen items. Credit... Sovannara/Xinhua, via Alamy Live NewsCambodia’s culture minister, Phoeurng Sackona, said the former looter’s information was critical to identifying the 45 Met items that officials have focused on. Of the 45 artifacts, she said, “Lion” recognized 33 as items he removed himself and another 11 as matching the appearance of statues stolen by others. The artifacts were acquired by the Met between the years 1977 and 2003, according to the research by Cambodian officials. An unidentified private owner voluntarily handed over that artifact, according to a Justice Department news release that identified “Lion” as Looter 1.
Persons: , looter, Phoeurng Sackona, Lion ”, “ Skanda Organizations: Alamy, Met, Justice Department Locations: Thailand, Xinhua, , Cambodia, U.S
China to pilot property tax scheme in some regions -Xinhua
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +3 min
REUTERS/Thomas PeterSHANGHAI, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The top decision-making body of the Chinese parliament said on Saturday it will roll out a pilot real estate tax in some regions, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The State Council, or Cabinet, will determine which regions will be involved and other details, Xinhua added. The long-mooted and long-resisted property tax has gained new momentum since President Xi Jinping threw his support behind what experts describe as one of the most profound changes to China's real estate policies in a generation. read moreThe tax will apply to residential and non-residential property as well as land and property owners, but does not apply to legally owned rural landor where residences are built on it, Xinhua said. Analysts expect a wider pilot to first include wealthier and economically more diversified regions in eastern and southern China such as the provinces of Zhejiang and Guangdong.
Persons: Thomas Peter SHANGHAI, Xi Jinping, Yan Yuejin, Steven Bian, Engen Tham, Ryan Woo, Gao, Kim Coghill, Jason Neely Organizations: REUTERS, Xinhua, State Council, landor, Analysts, China Research, Development Institution, Hangzhou, Thomson Locations: Zhengzhou, Henan province, China, Shanghai, Chongqing, Zhejiang, Guangdong, Hangzhou, Beijing
China Plots Property-Tax Trials as It Targets Speculation
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( Lingling Wei | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
China said it would conduct five-year property-tax trials in some regions of the country as Beijing looks for ways to rein in real-estate speculation and distribute wealth more evenly. The National People’s Congress Standing Committee, the country’s top legislative body, passed the tax-pilot program on Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. The State Council, China’s cabinet, is expected to disclose details in the next few months, including which regions this initiative will cover and how the tax rate will be set, people familiar with government deliberations said.
Organizations: Committee, Xinhua News Agency, State Council Locations: China, Beijing
China Plans Property-Tax Trials as It Targets Speculation
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( Lingling Wei | ) www.wsj.com   time to read: 1 min
China said it would conduct five-year property-tax trials in some regions of the country as Beijing looks for ways to rein in real-estate speculation and distribute wealth more evenly. The National People’s Congress Standing Committee, the country’s top legislative body, passed the tax-pilot program on Saturday, the official Xinhua News Agency reported. The State Council, China’s cabinet, is expected to disclose details in the next few months, including which regions this initiative will cover and how the tax rate will be set, people familiar with government deliberations said.
Organizations: Committee, Xinhua News Agency, State Council Locations: China, Beijing
REUTERS/Thomas PeterSHANGHAI, Oct 23 (Reuters) - The top decision-making body of the Chinese parliament said on Saturday it will roll out a pilot real estate tax in some regions, the official Xinhua news agency reported. The State Council will determine which regions will host the pilot tax and other details, Xinhua added. China's long-mooted - and long-resisted - property tax has gained new momentum as President Xi Jinping threw his support behind what experts say would be one of the most profound changes to the country's real estate policies in a generation. read moreThe real estate tax will apply to residential and non-residential property as well as land and property owners, but does not apply to legally owned rural homes and residences which are appended, Xinhua said. The pilot schemes will have a duration of five years from the issue of the details from the State Council.
Persons: Thomas Peter SHANGHAI, Xi Jinping, Steven Bian, Engen Tham, Kim Coghill Organizations: REUTERS, Xinhua, State Council, Thomson Locations: Zhengzhou, Henan province, China, Shanghai, Chongqing
China passes law to cut homework pressure on students
  + stars: | 2021-10-23 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Children leave a school in Shekou area of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China April 20, 2021. REUTERS/David KirtonSHANGHAI, Oct 23 (Reuters) - China has passed an education law that seeks to cut the "twin pressures" of homework and off-site tutoring in core subjects, the official Xinhua news agency said on Saturday. China's parliament said on Monday it would consider legislation to punish parents if their young children exhibit "very bad behaviour" or commit crimes. It has also cut back on homework and banned after-school tutoring for major subjects during the weekend and holidays, concerned about the heavy academic burden on overwhelmed children. Reporting by Steven Bian and Engen Tham in Shanghai; Editing by William MallardOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: David Kirton SHANGHAI, Steven Bian, Engen Tham, William Mallard Organizations: REUTERS, Xinhua, Thomson Locations: Shekou, Shenzhen, Guangdong province, China, Beijing, Shanghai
Hong Kong shares close lower as tech, healthcare weigh
  + stars: | 2021-10-21 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Oct 21 (Reuters) - Hong Kong shares ended lower on Thursday, weighed down by tech giants and healthcare stocks, while real estate gained on official assurances concerning the sector’s debt crisis. The Hang Seng index fell 0.5% to 26,017.53, while the China Enterprises Index was unchanged at 9,273.57 points. ** The Hang Seng Tech Index finished 0.8% lower. ** Food delivery giant Meituan dropped 1.8%, dragging the Hang Seng benchmark down 45 points. ** Vice Premier Liu He told the Financial Street Forum in Beijing that overall risks in the property market are controllable, and the property market is on track for healthy development, state media Xinhua reported.
Persons: Liu, REDD, Vinay Dwivedi Organizations: China Enterprises, Seng Tech, Financial, Forum, Xinhua, China Evergrande, An Insurance Group, Shanghai Locations: Hong Kong, Beijing, China
SHANGHAI, Oct 21 (Reuters) - China stocks rose on Thursday as property and coal shares rebounded, after assurances from officials eased worries over the real estate sector. The CSI300 index rose 0.4% to 4,927.45 points at the end of the morning session, while the Shanghai Composite Index gained 0.5% to 3,603.62 points. ** More Chinese officials sought to reassure investors and homeowners on Wednesday over a debt crisis afflicting the country’s property sector. ** Financials shares rose more than 2%. ** A sub-index tracking coal stocks jumped 6.3%, following a 7.5% slump in previous session as China vowed to take all necessary measures to bring high coal prices back to a reasonable range.
Persons: Liu Organizations: Hong Kong China Enterprises, Financial, Forum, Xinhua, China Evergrande, An Insurance Group Locations: SHANGHAI, China, Shanghai, Hong, Beijing, Hong Kong
Embattled Chinese property giant China Evergrande formally abandoned plans to sell a $2.6 billion stake in one of its key units. Once China's top-selling developer, the company is now reeling under more than $300 billion of debt. Once China's top-selling developer and now reeling under more than $300 billion of debt, Evergrande was in talks to sell a 50.1% stake in its Evergrande Property Services arm to smaller rival Hopson Development Holdings. Chinese property developers have total outstanding debt of 33.5 trillion yuan ($5.24 trillion), according to Nomura, equivalent to roughly a third of the country's gross domestic product. Evergrande, Evergrande Property Services, and Hopson, which have had trading in their shares suspended since Oct. 4 pending the deal announcement, all said they had requested for their shares to resume trading in Hong Kong from Thursday.
Persons: Evergrande, Hopson, homebuyers, Liu, Yi Huiman, Yi, Nomura, Yicai, Yi Gang Organizations: Service, Hopson Development Holdings, Shengjing Bank Co, Xinhua, Reuters, Evergrande, Services, Yuexiu, Hong, People's Bank of China, China Real Locations: China, Beijing, Evergrande, Guangdong, Hong Kong
The China Evergrande Centre is seen in Hong Kong, China. REUTERS/Tyrone SiuHONG KONG/SHANGHAI, Oct 20 (Reuters) - China Evergrande Group (3333.HK) has dropped plans to sell a 50.1% stake in its property services unit, which would have raised $2.6 billion, dealing another blow to the cash-strapped developer's efforts to raise cash to pay its creditors. Once China's top-selling developer and now reeling under more than $300 billion in liabilities, Evergrande was in talks to sell the stake in Evergrande Property Services (6666.HK) to smaller rival Hopson Development Holdings (0754.HK). TRADING RESUMPTIONSources told Reuters on Tuesday Evergrande had been forced to stall its stake sale in property services unit to Hopson after failing to win the blessing of the Guangdong provincial government, which is overseeing Evergrande's restructuring. "(We need) to improve the effectiveness of the constraint mechanism on debt financing, to avoid excessive financing through 'high leverage'," Yi said.
Persons: Tyrone Siu, Evergrande, Hopson, Nomura, Liu, Yi Huiman, Yi, Pan Gongsheng, Yicai, Yi Gang, Clare Jim, Meg Shen, Andrew Galbraith, Sumeet Chatterjee, Louise Heavens, Kim Coghill, Nick Zieminski Organizations: REUTERS, China Evergrande, HK, Evergrande Property Services, Hopson Development Holdings, Shengjing Bank Co Ltd, Reuters, Evergrande, Services, Hong, Xinhua, Financial, Forum, People's Bank of China, Kaisa Group Holdings, Thomson Locations: China, Hong Kong, Tyrone Siu HONG KONG, SHANGHAI, Guangdong, Evergrande, Beijing, Shanghai
The China Evergrande Centre is seen in Hong Kong, China. Worries that a cash crunch at China Evergrande Group (3333.HK), the world's most indebted developer, could cause broader economic contagion have roiled global markets in recent weeks and hit high-yield bonds issued by other Chinese property developers. In comments reported by state media Xinhua, Vice Premier Liu He told the Financial Street Forum in Beijing that overall risks in the property market are controllable, and the property market is on track for healthy development. "(We need) to improve the effectiveness of the constraint mechanism on debt financing, to avoid excessive financing through 'high leverage'," Yi said. Tens of thousands of Chinese developers had borrowed heavily to build homes during a surge in the property market between 2016 and 2018.
Persons: Tyrone Siu, Liu, Yi Huiman, Yi, Nomura, Pan Gongsheng, Yicai, Yi Gang, Evergrande, Clare Jim, Meg Shen, Andrew Galbraith, Louise Heavens, Kim Coghill Organizations: REUTERS, China Evergrande, HK, Xinhua, Financial, Forum, People's Bank of China, Kaisa Group Holdings, Thomson Locations: China, Hong Kong, Tyrone Siu HONG KONG, SHANGHAI, Beijing, Shanghai
China's Xi faces resistance to property-tax plan - WSJ
  + stars: | 2021-10-19 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +1 min
Chinese President Xi Jinping speaks at a meeting commemorating the 110th anniversary of Xinhai Revolution at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China October 9, 2021. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins/File Photo/File PhotoOct 19 (Reuters) - Chinese President Xi Jinping is facing resistance over a nationwide property tax aimed at curbing housing speculation, the Wall Street Journal reported on Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of government deliberations. However, Beijing is now settling for a limited tax plan because of strong pushback, while a proposal involving state-provided affordable housing is emerging as an alternative, the WSJ reported. An initial proposal to test-run the tax in some 30 cities has been scaled back to around 10, the report said. In internal debates, the feedback to Xi's property-tax plan from both the party's elites and its rank-and-file members has been overwhelmingly negative, the WSJ report said, citing the people familiar with the deliberations.
Persons: Xi Jinping, Carlos Garcia Rawlins, Xi, Han Zheng, Akriti Sharma, Shounak Dasgupta Organizations: of, People, REUTERS, Wall Street, Communist Party, Xinhua, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, Bengaluru
BEIJING, Oct 19 (Reuters) - China will prevent monopolistic behaviours by internet platform companies and the disorderly expansion of capital, state Xinhua News Agency quoted president Xi Jinping as saying on Tuesday. China will also correct practices that impede fair competition, Xi said, according to the Xinhua report. (Reporting by Yilei Sun and Brenda Goh; Editing by Andrew Heavens)
Persons: Xi Jinping, Xi, Yilei Sun, Brenda Goh, Andrew Heavens Organizations: Xinhua, Agency Locations: BEIJING, China
The sign of the WeChat app is seen reflected on a mobile phone in this illustration picture taken September 19, 2020. The article said Tencent's (0700.HK) WeChat users still cannot access to full links from Weibo (WB.O), while ecommerce platforms still block keywords in including "Weixin", WeChat's Chinese name. China's internet space is dominated by a handful of technology giants who have historically prevented rivals' links and services from being shared on their platforms. read moreSome services owned by Alibaba , including food delivery app Ele.me, also started to allow WeChat Pay. However, Alibaba's flagship ecommerce apps Taobao and Tmall have yet to add WeChat Pay as a payment option.
Persons: Florence Lo, Tencent's, Yingzhi Yang, Brenda Goh, Kenneth Maxwell Our Organizations: REUTERS, Economic, Xinhua News Agency, HK, Alibaba, WeChat, Thomson Locations: BEIJING, Weibo
A poster advertising "The Battle at Lake Changjin," a film about Chinese soldiers fighting American troops during the Korean War, is displayed at a movie theater in Shanghai, China October 19, 2021. REUTERS/Aly SongBEIJING, Oct 19 (Reuters) - A Chinese-made Korean War epic has topped the global box office, tapping a vein of rising patriotism in China and prompting moviegoers to post videos of themselves eating frozen potatoes to emulate the hardships endured by soldiers in the conflict. Having premiered 20 days ago, the three-hour-movie currently accounts for half of all films being shown in Chinese cinemas, according to Lighthouse. read moreOne scene in the movie shows soldiers chewing frozen small potatoes between battles while their U.S. counterparts feast on Thanksgiving turkey. "The frozen potatoes they ate give us the good life we have today," said another Douyin user.
Persons: Aly Song BEIJING, Christopher Nolan's, Wu Jing, Wolf, Zhang Yiwu, Zhang, Sophie Yu, Muralikumar Organizations: REUTERS, Alibaba Pictures, HK, Mojo, Xinhua, U.S, Peking University, Thomson Locations: Lake Changjin, Shanghai, China, Lake, Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk, North Korea, U.S
Test cars by Evergrande are parked outside the Evergrande New Energy Vehicle (NEV)'s research center, in Shanghai, China October 6, 2021. REUTERS/Yilei SunSHANGHAI/HONG KONG, Oct 18 (Reuters) - At the Shanghai Auto Show in April, the booth for China Evergrande Group's new energy vehicle (NEV) unit (0708.HK), (3333.HK) was hard to miss. Evergrande NEV did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Last week, its Swedish vehicle unit, National Electric Vehicle Sweden AB, told Reuters it is in talks with U.S. and European venture capital firms and industrial partners to find new owners. A source familiar with the situation told Reuters the unit could be valued at as much as $1 billion.
Persons: Daniel Kirchert, Evergrande, Hui Ka Yan, Tu Le, Evergrande's, Nio, Xpeng, Tesla, Evergrande NEV, bullishness, Walter De Silva, Junesoo Lee, Kirchert, Yilei Sun, Zhang Yan, Julie Zhu, Kane Wu, Brenda Goh, Gerry Doyle Organizations: Evergrande New Energy, REUTERS, Shanghai Auto Show, HK, BMW, Tesla, Sequoia Capital, Inc, Yunfeng, Ford Motor, SK, Byton, Xinhua, Reuters, National Electric Vehicle, U.S, Thomson Locations: Shanghai, China, SHANGHAI, HONG KONG, Sequoia Capital China, Sweden, Beijing, China's, Tianjin, Swedish, National Electric Vehicle Sweden, Hong Kong
A Chinese flag flutters at the Tiananmen Square in Beijing, China October 25, 2019. REUTERS/Florence LoBEIJING, Oct 18 (Reuters) - China's ruling Communist Party's Central Committee will hold a key meeting, its sixth plenum, on Nov. 8-11, according to a report from the official Xinhua news agency, citing a Politburo decision. The Central Committee is the largest of the Party’s top decision-making bodies, and its plenums typically take place once a year. The sixth plenum will focus on Party history and achievements, according to the Xinhua report. Reporting by Gabriel Crossley; Editing by Catherine EvansOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Florence Lo, Gabriel Crossley, Catherine Evans Organizations: REUTERS, Communist Party's, Xinhua, Thomson Locations: Beijing, China, Florence, Florence Lo BEIJING
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