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Sanchez inches closer to joining United
Sanchez inches closer to joining United

LONDON – Alexis Sanchez arrived at Manchester United’s training ground ahead of his expected move from Arsenal on Sunday, as his swap deal with Henrikh Mkhitaryan edged closer. Earlier, the Chile international posted a video on Instagram, apparently showing him walking across an airstrip towards a private jet following reports…

Cooler Kyrgios inhabiting 'better head space'
Cooler Kyrgios inhabiting 'better head space'

MELBOURNE – Nick Kyrgios says he’s “in a much better head space” than this time last year when he was booed off court at the Australian Open. And he’s looking forward to what comes next. The combustible Australian was in a bad place 12 months ago after being jeered and…

Ovtcharov optimistic Germans can dethrone champion China
Ovtcharov optimistic Germans can dethrone champion China

World No 1 Dimitrij Ovtcharov is confident that titleholder China can be upset at the upcoming World Table Tennis Championships in Halmstadt, Sweden. “Maybe we have a much better chance to beat the Chinese team this year than we had in the last five or six years,” the 29-year-old German…

Pep: City can learn from Liverpool lesson
Pep: City can learn from Liverpool lesson

LIVERPOOL – Pep Guardiola has challenged his Manchester City stars to use their dramatic 4-3 defeat at Liverpool as a warning to guard against complacency. Guardiola’s side saw their 30-match unbeaten run in the Premier League come to a stunning end at Anfield on Sunday. The leader fell behind to…

Tomic detractors get millions more reasons to moan
Tomic detractors get millions more reasons to moan

MELBOURNE – Tennis bad boy Bernard Tomic faced a heavy backlash on Monday after boasting “I just count my millions” having failed to qualify for the Australian Open. Once a rising star, the 25-year-old’s ranking has plunged after a car-crash 2017 season in which he admitted he was “bored” and…

Media failed Wu in life and even in death
Media failed Wu in life and even in death

Wu Yongning, known for scaling skyscrapers without safety equipment to snap astonishing selfies, died last month after slipping off a 62-story building in Changsha, Hunan province. The video of the 26-year-old’s accidental fall went viral online about a month later. The martial arts-trained stuntman who had also worked in films,…

Holidays help us transcend differences
Holidays help us transcend differences

A Christmas tree is light up in the lobby of the Sheraton Guiyang Hotel. [Photo provided to chinadaily.com.cn] Despite being a Muslim, I look forward to this time of year to share the jovial activities of Christmas and New Year’s with my fellow human beings, regardless of their religious beliefs….

Questions about flu drug's safety need answering
Questions about flu drug's safety need answering

CHINESE DOCTORS often give children the immunostimulant pidotimod to fight flu in winter. However, recently several medical experts have pointed out that the effectiveness and safety of pidotimod are still unclear. Southern Metropolis Daily comments: The dry air and low temperatures of winter, mean colds and flu are raging all…

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President Xi Jinping stands between Hou Yunde (left) and Wang Zeshan, who won China’s top science award on Monday for their outstanding contributions to scientific and technological innovation, at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing.Ju Peng / Xinhua Let’s block ads! (Why?)

Chinese consultants reveal achievements in rapid business growth
Chinese consultants reveal achievements in rapid business growth

Emerging Chinese company Kmind Consulting on Tuesday released its strategic business consulting achievements during a news conference held in Shanghai. The achievements comprise five major breakthroughs among the strategic industry and secrets of how their business consulting services helped 16 companies achieved rapid growth within two years. Leng Youbin, chairman…