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to be dangerous as well. Luckil▓y, help is on hand along the way in the form of a nomad family, a shepherd, a mo▓torcycle club, and a TV producer's assistant.The film is in fact inspired by a true story. In 2010, a▓ group of nine Tibetan children sang on the stage of the reality show China's Got Talent, which was broadcast natio

nwide. Aged 10 to 13, all of them were students from the school for blind children in Lhasa, earning a rousing applause from the four judges and studio audience alike with their pure and youthful voices.Ballad From Tibet has won the award for Best Children's ▓Feature at the 13th China International Children's Film Festival in November 20

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tTourists to help find missing childrenTour▓ists to help find missing childrenTourists ▓to help find missing children02-23-2018▓ 10:40 BJTA Spring Festival temple fair in ▓Kaifeng, Henan province, has attracted major media attention after it printed information about missing children along with admission tickets and encouraged ▓tou

rists to help share them through socia▓l media.Personal information of about 300 missing children, including their names, photos, dates of disappearance as well as contact numbers of fa▓mily members, are printed on paper attached to tickets for the fair held in Han Yuan, a famous cultural park in the city."Thousands▓ of people visit the an

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    e t▓o follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatCouple arrested in Souther▓n California for shackling 13 children to beds with chainsCouple arrested in Southern California for shackling 13 children to beds with chainsCouple arrested in South▓ern California for shackling 13 children to beds with chains01-16-2018 15:40 BJTLOS ANGELES, Jan▓. 15 (Xin

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    ramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us▓ on Wechat'+sli.text()+'3D printing technologies con▓tinues to upgrade on a daily basis.China Breakthroughs: 3D printing pumps new life for young h▓eart patientsChina Breakthroughs: 3D printing pumps new life▓ for young heart patients08-21-2017 13:36 BJTBut that's ancient history when considering the latest advances in the medical field. Scientists, invento▓rs and doctors are working closely

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    region.The Shanghai Children’s Medical Center and Belgium▓-based Materialise NV, one of the world’s largest 3D printing software and services providers, are coop▓erating on the philanthropic initiative.Global leader: pediatric heart careJi Qingying, deputy director of▓ Shanghai Children's Medical Center, said the hospital con▓ducts over 3,700 heart operations on children, ranking it number one among th▓e world’

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