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nd world○ champion Lin ○Dan continued hi■s winning streak ○by beating Wu Yun■yong of Guangdong● but failed to sav〓e People's Liberati○on Army (PL●A) from losing■ 3-1 in th◆e men's badmin■ton team tournament● at the 11t〓h National Games he◆re on Frid◆ay. The Chines■e top shuttler,○ who joked that■ the reason wh●y he served as t◆he second si◆ngles player for P○LA was his c●urrent world■ ranking No. 2, ■outlasted Wu 21-15○, 21-13. Lin sai

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d: 〓"Guangdong re〓served their s◆trength toda●y. PLA is not stro◆ng enough t◆o vie for the cham◆pion but w◆e will try ○our best." China's N〓o. 2 men's sin●gles player ●and world No. 4◆ Chen Jin, repr〓esenting Jiangsu, b◆eat Gao Huan of L●iaoning in a comfort●able way 21-14, 21-9◆. "I easily● found my rh○ythm and controlle■d the game," ■said Chen afte〓r the match. "T◆he goal of our te●am is to defend the● title, but ●of course w●e know

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Fujian is o〓ur biggest rival as◆ they have exc〓ellent sing◆les players ■like Chen Long ○and Chen Hong as ●well as dou〓bles player〓s Guo Zhendong and ◆Liu Xiaolong." ●When talking ●about his singles ●tour, Chen di●dn't have ●a big dream a○s he was not 〓in his best ◆form. Chen's 〓win gave a goo◆d start to ○Jiangsu, whic〓h outplayed Liao■ning 3-1 an◆d became the firs●t men's team to ente■r the semif〓inals. Another● favorite for the se●mifinals Fujian wa●s upset by◆ Hong Kong of 〓China 3-0. ●Chen Long ■of Fujian, a rising◆ talent wh●o has beate●n big names like Li●n Dan, Lee Chong W●ei of Mala●ysia and Hida〓yat Taufik◆ of Indonesia th?/p>

鰅s year, gave● way to Hu Yun. "I○ prepared very wel〓l for the match but○ Hu did a good○ job and rest○rained my perform●ance," sai○d Chen. The duel● between Bao ●Chunlai of Hunan and◆ Chen Yu of Guan■gxi was highlig●hted as they were◆ former national t〓eammates. U.S. prof●essor endeavor■s to present today's◆ China throu◆gh literary■ translationU●.S. professor endea〓vors to present toda○y's China ●through liter■ary transl○ation11-24-2○019 10:45 BJT○NEW YORK, Nov. 2●3 -- When he was a◆ boy in the 1970s, C●harles A. La■ughlin would someti●mes follow his mot●her, an ad●venturous cook i●n the home kitchen■, to an As■ian market to find ■ingredients for maki◆ng Chinese ●dishes in his hom◆etown Minne〓apolis, U.S. state o○f Minnesota.&nb●sp;"Immediat○ely after you wa●lk in, the str■ong smell of d■ried fish ●or other kinds■ of pungent spices h●it you righ●t away. And it ●creates a sens◆e of fascinatio●n," said Laughlin, ●professor of Ch◆inese literature○ and chair of the De■partment of East As■ian Languages, Lite〓ratures an●d Cultures at th●e University of 〓Virginia.Those visi〓ts to the Asian sup●ermarket and Chin○ese restaurant〓s had led to La〓ughlin's de◆cision to ●study Chinese in h○is second year〓 at the University〓 of Minnes○ota. Now, f●or the 55-ye○ar-old professor, ◆it has already b○een his "congenial■ career" t○o study and■ translate conte○mporary and pres■ent-age Chinese li◆terature.EMERGENC●E OF CHINESE ◆LITERATUREContempor●ary Chinese literatu〓re started to take ●on a greater br◆illiance when t◆he ancient A◆sian country la○unched its reform◆ and opening up i●n the late 1970s,◆ L

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