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China's 2020 Census Data Expected To Show Declining Fertility Rate

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In this aerial photo, pickup trucks and vans are seen last month in a parking lot outside a General Motors assembly plant where they are produced in Wentzville, Mo. A key component in the car industry is in short supply: computer chips. Taiwan's chipmakers are racing to meet demand. Jeff Roberson/AP hide caption

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President Biden greets Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry in January. Mandel Ngan/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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On Climate, U.S. And China Pledge Cooperation, But Competition Will Also Be Prominent

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U.S. And China Agree To Cooperate On Climate Crisis, Despite Fraught Relationship

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Chinese and U.S. table tennis players train together in April 1971 in Beijing. April 10 marks the 50th anniversary of what became known as pingpong diplomacy between the two nations. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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50 Years Later, The Legacy Of U.S.-China 'Pingpong Diplomacy' Faces Challenges

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'Ping Pong Diplomacy's' Legacy Challenged, 50 Years Later

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Top: Owner and instructor Edmon Muradyan, 46, instructs Jae Chung, 49, and Anthony Refuerzo, 61, during a firearms training course organized by Asian Americans for Asian Americans at the Marshall Security Training Academy & Range in Compton, Calif. Bottom left: Bullet casings in the shooting range. Bottom right: A participant shows her paper target after her first time at a shooting range. Jane Hahn for NPR hide caption

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As Asian Americans Seek Safety From A Rise In Attacks, Some Look To Guns

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Some Asian Americans Consider Guns Amid Wave Of Attacks On Their Community

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Members of the World Health Organization team investigating the origins of the coronavirus leave the Wuhan Institute of Virology in Wuhan, China, on Feb. 3. Hector Retamal/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Calls For An Open Investigation Into The Possibility COVID-19 Leaked From A Lab

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China Retaliates After EU Sanctions 4 Chinese Officials, Police Department

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U.S.-China Talks In Alaska Get Off To A Testy Start

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Officials From The U.S. And China Have Met For The First Time Since Biden Took Office

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