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You already know you can't steal, but did you know it's legal to fire a cannon once, (but twice will get you into trouble)?
National Day 2019: China’s modern transformation in review, on the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic
The country has seen many economic, scientific and infrastructure advances since Mao Zedong declared the creation of the PRC in 1949
The social media platform now lets anyone create designs, from creepy spiders for your Halloween posts to an effortless no make-up look.
Hong Kong protests: The video game-like roles taken when demonstrations turn violent, from ‘fire wizards’ to scouts
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YouTuber and disability advocate Tilly Lockey balances being an influencer with being a regular teenager
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Hong Kong students show off ‘Guide Tag’ app for visually-impaired at Joint School Science Exhibition 2019
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More than just memes and inspirational quotes, the app is also a great place for gorgeous pictures and cute animals that can help you de-stress.