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Talking on Germany's coming parliamentary election

BEIJING, July 7 (Xinhua) -- If the Chinese emperor who ordered the Forbidden City's construction were still alive, he'd be rapping about his courtly antics and taking photos with an iPhone.


This is how Chinese Internet firm Tencent imagines the digital life of Zhu Di, a Ming Dynasty emperor. During Zhu Di's reign, the empire's capital moved from east China's Nanjing to Beijing.


A video featuring Zhu Di dancing, rapping, and texting emoticons to his concubines via Tencent messaging services WeChat and QQ went viral on Wednesday, when the tech giant announced a partnership with the Palace Museum, the official name of Beijing's Forbidden City.


Tencent will work with the Beijing landmark to digitize its rich historical and cultural legacy, which spans nearly 600 years.


As the name Forbidden City suggests, many details of daily life behind the red walls at the heart of Beijing have been lost to history. To raise interest in its past, the museum, which draws 15 million visitors each year, has started telling stories about the palace complex and its former residents on social media. It has also begun selling souvenirs online, inspired by the museum's art collection and the people who lived and worked within the walls during China's imperial days.


The Palace Museum's latest outreach campaign has mostly been an online affair, using popular social networks such as Sina Microblog and WeChat to reach the country's educated younger generation, whose growing pride in the country's cultural heritage has helped shape consumption patterns.


The potential to profit from the Forbidden City's dazzling cultural wealth has made companies like Alibaba and Tencent eager to help with digital outreach.


In addition to its Tencent partnership, the Palace Museum also struck a deal with Alibaba in June to sell tickets, souvenirs and books on the company's Tmall online marketplace.


As of the end of last year, the Palace Museum had brought in 1 billion yuan in revenue from selling Forbidden City-related products.


It has also developed a string of interactive apps to help people appreciate the museum's art collections. The apps have been praised for their design and ability to make art accessible to the general public.


"The Forbidden City is in the midst of transformation," said Shan Jixiang, director of the Palace Museum. "We want to use the Internet and new technology to share the Forbidden City's rich cultural heritage with a broader population in creative ways, so that young people will take more interest in China's traditional culture."

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GABORONE mens jordan 6 unc , Sept. 29 (Xinhua) -- Botswana will play against neighbors Zimbabwe in a friendly match as part of Botswana's Independence Day celebrations on Tuesday.


The Botswana Football Association spokesperson Phakamile Kraii confirmed to Xinhua on Monday Botswana will celebrate 48 years of the independence on Tuesday September 30, with the game forming a major part of the celebrations.


Zimbabwe arrived in Botswana on Sunday to prepare for the game that will be played at the National Stadium with kick-off scheduled for 15:00. Botswana coach Peter Butler said he will use the game to give youngsters a chance to play at international level as well as prepare his side for the remaining qualifier matches for the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations.


Botswana still has a slim chance of qualifying for the tournament despite losing two of their first matches. Meanwhile Zimbabwe is out of the qualifiers and they recently assembled a new team after disbanding the whole team following the loss to Tanzania that sent them out of the AFCON qualifiers.


Meanwhile the Botswana Football Association (BFA) has turned down a proposal from the Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) to co-host the 2017 AFCON. ZIFA proposed to Botswana last week to co-host the tournament following the withdrawal of Libya and the BFA said they were considering it. However a media release from the association on Monday said the National Executive Committee explored the feasibility of the proposal and resolved not to take it.

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BERLIN, Sept. 17 (Xinhua) -- China's Belt and Road initiativecan promote world peace and reduce geo-political rivalries alongits way, Helga Zepp LaRouche, founder of the German think tankSchiller Institute said on Sunday.


"Many of today's world crisis are rooted in no economicdevelopment, and economic development is now a new synonym forpeace, and the Chinese Belt and Road initiative are just offeringthem the development." said LaRouche during an interview withXinhua.


LaRouche noted that the initiative, proposed by the Chineseleader, macroscopically puts the humanity as a whole in the firstplace and the national and regional interest behind it. She said ifthe world leading powers like Russia and Germany can actively jointhe efforts, it will solve many of the existing problems.


"It's a prescription for peace, development and overcomingpoverty," said LaRoughe.


According to statistics, China's direct investment in countriesalong the Belt and Road Initiative over the past four years hasamounted to more than 60 billion U.S. dollars, while Chinesecompanies have set up 56 economic and trade cooperation zones inmore than 20 countries, creating nearly 1.1 billion dollars in taxrevenue as well as 180,000 jobs.


Schiller Institute, as an international political and economicidea bank based in Germany, once published a report called New SilkRoad Becomes a Landbridge, predicting that the Chinese initiativewill have no limitation and might eventually connect the fivecontinents and have them work together in a win-win perspective,LaRouche said.


Talking on Germany's coming parliamentary election on Sept. 24,LaRoughe said the competing parties, like the Christian DemocraticUnion led by the Chancellor Angela Merkel and the Social DemocraticParty(SPD) led by t. NBA Jerseys China   Authentic Soccer Jerseys Wholesale   NFL Jerseys From China   NHL Jerseys From China   Nike NFL Jerseys Cheap   Baseball Jerseys Wholesale   NCAA College Jerseys Wholesale   Authentic NHL Jerseys Wholesale   Soccer Jerseys From China   New MLB Jerseys Cheap

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