Your next car may be Chinese and electric - When it comes to buying and selling electric cars, there’s China and then there’s everyone else.
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[Japanese pro-basketball] B.LEAGUE 2018-19 SEASON 第36節|BEST of TOUGH SHOT Weekly TOP5 presented by G-SHOCK プロバスケ(Bリーグ)
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180° Kathmandu, City of Temples | National Geographic
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Before Sushi, There Was Funazushi
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Is Chinese Modern Art the Greatest Artistic Movement Since Cubism? - Since the end of Mao's reign, art works emerging from China have taken the world by storm. We hear from some of China's most exciting artists.
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I have a flying slipper coming at me later.
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Transqueen India - At the second edition of Miss Transqueen India, held in Mumbai in 2018, we go behind the scenes to meet the organisers and participants to talk about the notions of beauty, identity and what goes into putting up an event of this kind in India.
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Chinese 5G remote-control system takes the wheel at Shanghai Auto Show
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Clap Clap - Short film starring Sung Kang, Tillotama Shome, and Manu Narayan and directed by Tanuj Chopra.
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Pirates (2014) - Directed by Seok-hoon Lee and starring Nam-gil Kim, Ye-jin Son, Hae-jin Yoo [Full Film]
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Medieval Forts Restored as Spectacular Hunza Valley Builds Its Future
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Li Hongbo's paper guns - Chinese artist Li Hongbo is probably best-known for his classical busts that open into wavy accordion shapes. (Google it.) But this installation is much more colorful: 2,000 colored paper guns.
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This 101-Year-Old Tattoo Artist Is the Last of Her Kind
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Jeremy Yong (11yrs old) E-Guitar Solo | Superkids
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Wu Jing on “Wolf Warrior II” ’s Box-Office Success and China’s Emerging Identity (Wolf Warrior II is the highest-grossing non-English film of all time and the second highest-grossing film of all-time in a single market behind only Star Wars: The Force Awakens)
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A Refugee's Journey: New York, for the First Time
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The Floating Farms of Bangladesh - BBC News
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The career of Ichiro Suzuki
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Ichiro exits his final game to a rousing ovation
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Stop and Smell the Fried Flowers of Thailand
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"Patacones With Chopsticks" starring Harry Shum Jr.
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16 Y/O UNDERDOG vs. 7-TIME CHAMP - Classic Tetris World Championship 2018 Final Round
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Vlog of Sunday cheapest market
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Self-made billionaire and Razer CEO Tan Min Liang on gear for gamers
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The King of Street Fighter II Who Disappeared
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How the British failed India and Pakistan
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Explore the Stunning Beauty of Laos's Louangphrabang | National Geographic
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Oyster Sauce Beef at Bruce Lee’s Favorite Restaurant — Tai Tung is Seattle’s oldest Chinese restaurant. It’s managed by third-generation owner Harry Chan, and like his father and brother before him, he has dedicated his life to the restaurant. The oyster sauce beef was Bruce Lee's favorite dish.
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Tetsuo Trilogy Review (director: Shinya Tsukamoto)
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Water Fight! Soaking in the Thai New Year
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