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International Olympic Committee Chooses Beijing For 2022 Winter Games

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Summer Olympics 2008 Host Beijing Awarded 2022 Winter Games

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Despite Rising Costs, China Is Gung-Ho To Host 2022 Winter Olympics

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Residents stand at the entrance of Aung Mingalar, a Rohingya quarter of Sittwe, the capital of Rakhine State in western Myanmar. All but 4,000 of the neighborhood's 15,000 mostly Rohingya residents either fled or were forced to move to internment camps after violence between Buddhists and Muslims in 2012 killed about 200 people. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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Barricaded In, Myanmar's Rohingya Struggle To Survive In Ghettos And Camps

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Chinese Authorites Detain Nearly 150 Human Rights Lawyers

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People Of Myanmar Face Obstacles Ahead Of Fall Elections

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Stock Market Drop In China Raises Concerns About An Economic Crisis

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Zhou Qiang, president of the Supreme People's Court of China, speaks to the National People's Congress in Beijing on March 12. Chinese authorities are waging a major campaign against corruption, and that includes a list of 100 suspects believed to be overseas. Many are former officials who are thought to have fled to the U.S. or Canada. Lintao Zhang/Getty Images hide caption

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When Corrupt Chinese Officials Flee, The U.S. Is A Top Destination

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China Encourages U.S. Cooperation In Catching Corrupt Officials Overseas

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A woman smokes a cigarette in a Beijing shopping market, even though the practice is now banned inside public spaces. Kevin Frayer/Getty Images hide caption

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How Does A City Stop 4 Million Smokers From Lighting Up?

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U.S. Criticizes China For Construction In South China Sea

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U.S., Other Countries Watch China's Movement In South China Sea

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Tensions Continue Over Disputed Islands In South China Sea

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First-graders take soccer class at the Nandulehe Elementary School in suburban Beijing. The school is one of 20,000 that's launching a national soccer curriculum in the next five years. It's part of a government plan to raise China's soccer skills and eventually, China's leaders hope, host and win a World Cup. Anthony Kuhn/NPR hide caption

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China Kicks Off 'Great Leap Forward' On The Soccer Field

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U.S. Charges 6 Chinese Nationals With Stealing Tech Secrets

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