A worker monitors the loading of containers on to a ship at a harbor in China's Shandong province. Under a new U.S. law, Chinese food exporters will now have to share more food safety information with American food importers. STR/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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An image from the Twitter-like Chinese site Weibo.com shows a composite image of the toddler's mother, Qu Feifei (left); her rescuer, Chen Xianmei (top right) and Wang Yue.

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A screengrab from a video shot from the stands shows a Chinese player raising a chair above his head. YouTube hide caption

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U.S. ambassador to China Gary Locke carries his own backpack and orders his own coffee on Friday Aug. 12 at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. ZhaoHui Tang/AP hide caption

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Officials in Jiangmen, China, have cancelled a ban on dogs in urban areas. Here, a man plays with dogs in Shanghai. The city, China's largest, slashed its steep fees for dog registration and set a one-dog per family limit, trying to control a soaring pet population and curb rabies. AP hide caption

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A sign reading "No Entry For Dogs" is posted near the Confucius Temple in a file photo from Nanjing, China. The city sought to remove stray dogs in 2007, prompted by fears of rabies. China Photos/Getty Images hide caption

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