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(Top) Geze Duoji's sister Danzeng Nongzuo enters her home. (Left) Zhaba Songding's mother Cili Zhuoma carries a load of hay home. (Right) Nazhu Zhuoma visits her husband's home. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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The Place In China Where The Women Lead

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Heavy smog in London's Piccadilly Circus on Dec. 6, 1952, was part of a five-day fog that killed thousands of people. Central Press/Hulton Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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This undated picture released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency on Aug. 4 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un delivering a speech at the April 25 House of Culture in Pyongyang. KCNA Via KNS/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A Chinese newspaper headline says "U.S. President-elect Donald Trump delivers a mighty shock to America." Trump has promised to label China a currency manipulator, which would pave the way to imposing high tariffs on Chinese imports. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Trump's China Stance Spurs Trade War Worries

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The world's largest radio telescope is nestled among the jagged, green mountains of southwest China's Guizhou Province. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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In Southwest China, A 'Very Large Eyeball' Peers Into Deep Space

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President Obama, here meeting with President-elect Donald Trump in the Oval Office on Thursday, apparently won't push Congress to implement the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal which Trump is expected to scuttle when he takes over. Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP hide caption

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Obama Isn't Expected To Push Congress On Trans-Pacific Partnership Trade Deal

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Workers sort through boxes of goods Friday at a delivery company in Lin'an in east China's Zhejiang province. Singles Day on Nov. 11 is promoted by e-commerce giant Alibaba as the world's biggest online shopping event. AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese Vice Minister of Public Security Meng Hongwei delivers a campaign speech at the 85th session of the general assembly of the International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) on Thursday in Bali, Indonesia. Du Yu/AP hide caption

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A container ship from China is offloaded at Massport's Conley Terminal in the port of Boston. Stephan Savoia/AP hide caption

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What Will A Trump Presidency Mean For China?

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Sixtus "Baggio" Leung (left) and Yau Wai-ching (right) of the Youngspirations party march during a protest in Hong Kong on Sunday. Hong Kong police used pepper spray to drive back hundreds of protesters angry at China's decision to intervene in a row over whether the two pro-independence lawmakers should be barred from the city's legislature. Isaac Lawrence/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Chinese billionaire Wang Jianlin, chairman of the Dalian Wanda Group, has been buying up Hollywood entertainment properties in recent years. His company said Friday it would buy Dick Clark Productions for about $1 billion. Andy Wong/AP hide caption

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Chinese Mogul Buys Dick Clark Productions, His Latest U.S. Purchase

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