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SOFIA Adidas Ultra Boost Mujer Rosa España , Jan. 30 (Xinhua) -- Hundreds of Bulgarian and Chinese children on Thursday evening together celebrated the Chinese New Year in the Central Military Club, one of the most remarkable buildings in Sofia.
The event, organized by the Confucius Institute in Sofia, was also attended by Angel Marin, former Bulgarian Vice-President, Prof. Ivan Ilchev Hombre Adidas Ultra Boost Cookies and Cream Negras España , Rector of the Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, and Angel Orbetsov, head of Asia, Australia and Oceania Directorate at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
After a presentation of the traditions and symbolism of the Spring Festival, the enthusiastic audience enjoyed performances of Chinese music pieces and those of European inspired by Chinese culture.
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NINGBO, China, June 29 (Xinhua) -- Host China clean swept Asian champions Thailand here Sunday afternoon to win the title of the China Women's Volleyball International Tournament with an unbeaten record.
"We know that Thailand were playing without some key players, but we were just trying to do our best," said China head coach Jenny Lang Ping. "I told my players to serve aggressively and pay more attention to their defense and I think they did a good job."
The Chinese women produced a total of 10 aces, out of which Zhu contributed five.
Following two consecutive wins on Friday and Saturday, China started well in their last match of the round robin play, jumping to a 7-4 lead on back of some fine attacks of Zeng Chunlei and Zhu Ting. Thailand pulled within 9-8 Hombre Gris Two Real Teal Adidas Ultra Boost Clima España , but the Chinese women staged a 12-2 run on back of high quality serving to make it 21-10, a gap that the Thais could never close.
Thailand continued to struggle with their reception in the second set while China raced to an 11-3 lead and never looked back.
In the third set, the Chinese continued their dominance and concluded the match with a 9-1 run.
The Chinese also outblocked Thailand 12-3.
UNITED NATIONS， Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said on Thursday that "maritime transport is the backbone of global trade and the global economy，" and "low-cost and efficient maritime transport has an essential role to play in growth and sustainable development."
Ban made the statement in his message to World Maritime Day， which is observed annually on Sept. 29. The World Day's theme this year is "Shipping: indispensable to the world."
"The importance of shipping in supporting and sustaining today's global society makes it indispensable to the world， and to meeting the challenge of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development，" he said， referring to the Agenda which was approved by world leaders in September last year to serve as the blueprint for the global development efforts for the next 15 years.
"Everybody in the world benefits from shipping， yet few people realise it. We ship food， technology， medicines， and memories，" Ban said. "As the world's population continues to grow， particularly in developing countries， low-cost and efficient maritime transport has an essential role to play in growth and sustainable development."
Shipping helps ensure that the benefits of trade and commerce are more evenly spread， he said. "No country is entirely self-sufficient， and every country relies on maritime trade to sell what it has and buy what it needs. Much of what we use and consume in our everyday lives either has been or will be transported by sea， in the form of raw materials， components or finished articles."
"The jobs and livelihoods of billions of people in the developing world， and standards of living in the industrialized and developed world， depend on ships and shipping，" he noted. "The shipping industry has played an important part in the dramatic improvements in global living standards that have taken millions of people out of acute poverty in recent years."