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Chinese State Councilor Yang Jing (C Air Jordan Shoes For Sale , rear) presides over a meeting on carrying out the fourth State Council nationwide inspection in Beijing, capital of China, July 13 Air Jordan For Sale , 2017. (XinhuaZhang Duo)


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BRAZZAVILLE, Sept. 8 (Xinhua) -- Uganda's top badminton players Edwin Eking and Bridget Shamim Bangi have vowed to play their hearts out to win gold in the individual events of the 2015 All Africa Games.

Ekiring who is also Africa's top player told Xinhua on Monday that after settling for silver in the 2011 All Africa Games in Mozambique, he is now determined to make a difference and win gold.

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Ekiring already won two singles games against Nigeria and Botswana in the team events before losing to his arch-rival and gold medal winner at the last Games Jacob Maliekal (South Africa) in the quarter finals.

Ekiring who is also eyeing a place in the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil said that having lost to Jacob in the team events makes the Games even trickier.

"It is good I lost in the team events and now I know what to do," he added.

Uganda's female top seed Bangi whose three weeks training in Denmark had helped her show good form to win all her three singles games in the team events told Xinhua that she is hungry to win a medal.

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Although Uganda's women basketball had qualified from the Africa Zone 5 qualifiers, the team was dropped because of financial challenges.

BEIJING, Feb. 28 (Xinhua) -- More than four years after promising a great renewal of the Chinese nation, while making sure China stands tall in the world and the Communist Party of China (CPC) runs itself with strict discipline, Xi Jinping's insights on China's political and economic development are revitalizing China's modernization drive.

When Xi appeared in front of the press at the Great Hall of the People on Nov. 15, 2012 after being elected as the Party's top leader, his confident demeanor and open admission of challenges such as the Party's corruption all pointed to change.

"We are not complacent, and we will never rest on our laurels," he told the 1.3 billion Chinese in a televised address, after praising past achievements.

More than 1,500 days into his helmsmanship, Xi has successfully imbued the country's political and economic governance thought with his own thinking.

The Chinese president, who is also general secretary of the CPC Central Committee and chairman of the Central Military Commission, has spearheaded a popular anti-graft drive which exposed a long list of fraudulent officials, from low-ranking "flies" to high-ranking "tigers."

In 2016, a report by The Wall Street Journal said that during the campaign, which has punished more than a million officials since late 2012, Xi has called for greater checks on political power, creating a "cage of regulations" that ensures cadres "dare not, cannot and don't want" to be corrupt.

Xi has publicly defended free trade against the backdrop of weak growth momentum in major economies and rising trade protectionism, and managed to sustain the world's second-largest economy on the track of fast growth.

China's GDP grew 6.7 percent to 74.4 trillion yuan (10.8 trillion U.S. dollars) in 2016, making China also the fastest growing among the world's major economies.

Xi has also taken a quantum leap in leading China to participate in global governance, guiding the ancient civilization back to the center of the world stage.

"By 2016, a broad swathe of Americans had begun to feel the effects of China's development in their everyday lives -- in shopping malls, at the multiplex, in paychecks -- and to sense that the center of global power might be shifting from the United States toward China," Robert Daly, director of the Kissinger Institute on China and the United States, wrote early this year.

"In 2016, China's big plans may have begun to tilt the balance," Daly added in Foreign Policy.

Hu Angang, director of the center for China studies at Tsinghua University in Beijing, attributed China's political and economic achievements to new governance insights contributed by the newest generation of Chinese leaders.

"China's most important success since the 18th CPC National Congress rests on the success in strategic policymaking, which constitutes the essential reason for China's success," Hu said.


With the advent of the new century, human civilization has ushered in a new era that is distinguished by falling efficiency of Western countries in terms of economy, society and systems, said Liu Shangxi, director of the Chinese Academy of Fiscal Sciences.

"On the other hand, emerging countries such as China, with their surging influence, are eager to find an independent p.
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