Month: July 2020

Former track and field athlete reveals dark side of Chinese sport

The Chinese regime spotted Duan Daili’s exceptional athletic abilities at a young age. He was selected to start track and field training at the age of 13. In elementary school, he led the competition in one event by a wide margin. Duan competed at the municipal and provincial levels and eventually joined the National Sports […]

The Royal Panda Chinese restaurant closed, building for sale at 1.095 million dollars | Business

Royal Panda, a Chinese cuisine restaurant at 2418 W. Pinhook Road, has closed and the property is up for sale at $1.095 million. The 6,470 square foot restaurant, located across from the Walmart Supercenter, has been closed since May, according to social media posts. The announcement by real estate firm Latter & Blum says the […]

Chinese economy expected to rebound in second half of 2020, stimulus needed to support recovery

China’s economy is expected to return to modest growth in the second quarter after a record contraction, as lockdowns ended and policymakers stepped up stimulus to combat the shock of the coronavirus crisis. Gross domestic product (GDP) figures, due early Thursday, will be watched closely around the world, especially as many countries […]

Lin Dan’s retirement ends era of “Chinese sports superstar”

SHINE The retirement of two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan marks the end of a golden age of Chinese sports superstars, the country’s media reported on Tuesday. Arguably the greatest badminton player of all time, the 36-year-old said on Saturday he was ending a career that has also earned him five world titles. National Basketball Association […]

Ginger Pig Chinese Food Stand Sets Up in North Denver’s Brick-and-Mortar – The Denver Post

While we’ve maintained a running list of restaurants closing permanently during the coronavirus pandemic, it’s important to note that other new businesses are finding opportunities to open amidst all the change. In April, Scratch Burrito & Happy Tap closed at 4262 N. Lowell Blvd. after seven years in the Berkeley neighborhood. Now, Ginger Pig owner […]

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