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Number of the day: 21
In Chinese its 二十一

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Number of the day: 21 In Chinese its 二十一 Learn&teach others to write Mandarin Numbers Whats your favorite no.? #chinatown #China #Malaysia #Singapore #HongKong #asian #Taiwan #beijing #xiaomi #Shanghai #huawei #hk #redmi #taipei #shenzhen #wuhan



More than a month ago, Wuhan decided to hand over the organisation of PCR tests to the neighbourhood committees. Now committees have decided to stop testing. But the whole city is still asking for 24-hour negative tests 🤷🏻  Will Wuhan eventually follow Guangzhou/Beijing/Shenzhen?

More than a month ago, Wuhan decided to hand over the organisation of PCR tests to the neighbourhood committees. Now committees have decided to stop testing. But the whole city is still asking for 24-hour negative tests 🤷🏻 Will Wuhan eventually follow Guangzhou/Beijing/Shenzhen?



Major cities in China ease COVID-19 restrictions after protests
Chinese authorities loosen COVID controls, testing no longer required to take public transport in Beijing, Shenzhen.

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Major cities in China ease COVID-19 restrictions after protests Chinese authorities loosen COVID controls, testing no longer required to take public transport in Beijing, Shenzhen. #WorldNews #Share_if_you_agree



Beijing, Shenzhen loosen more COVID curbs as China fine-tunes policy - Reuters

Beijing, Shenzhen loosen more COVID curbs as China fine-tunes policy - Reuters



Beijing and Shenzhen end COVID-19 tests for public transport - NPR

Beijing and Shenzhen end COVID-19 tests for public transport - NPR



🌐 | #MundoDL | Beijing y Shenzhen eliminan pruebas de COVID-19 en transporte

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🌐 | #MundoDL | Beijing y Shenzhen eliminan pruebas de COVID-19 en transporte 🔗 #DiarioLibre #Beijing #PruebasCovid19 #China #TransportePúblico



Just In: Beijing, Shenzhen scrap COVID-19 tests for public transport

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Just In: Beijing, Shenzhen scrap COVID-19 tests for public transport #world #newstoday #dailynews



China Continues Lifting Covid Restrictions Despite Near-Record Case Numbers - Beijing removed its Covid-19 testing booths on Friday, while Shenzhen announced it would no longer require commuters to produce their test results in order to travel, as the

China Continues Lifting Covid Restrictions Despite Near-Record Case Numbers - Beijing removed its Covid-19 testing booths on Friday, while Shenzhen announced it would no longer require commuters to produce their test results in order to travel, as the



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Beijing National Stadium
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Beijing Guoan F.C.

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Beijing Renhe F.C.

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Beijing Sport University F.C.

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Beijing Royal Fighters

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Guangdong Southern Tigers

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World Series of Boxing
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Beijing Guoan Talent Singapore FC

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Beijing Eagles

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Beijing BG Phoenix F.C.

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Guangdong Sunray Cave F.C.

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Guangdong Evergrande Volleyball Club (Women)

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