Inheritor of Chinese woodblock printing technique teaches the technique to students attending a cross-Straits cultural exchange activity in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, July 29, 2018. [Photo/Xinhua] A spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in Germany has refuted a report by the Sueddeutsche Zeitung over the Taiwan question, saying it violated the one-China principle and supported the Taiwan independence secessionists. The spokesperson said China resolutely opposed the report, which deliberately defied the one-China principle pursued by the German federal government and the international community and provided the Taiwan independence secessionists with media access. The influential Sueddeutsche Zeitung on Friday carried a report about an interview with Joseph Wu from Taiwan. The spokesperson said the Taiwan question is not about the so-called democracy. It is concerning the national interest of China. If some people try to gain sympathy by cloaking themselves in the image of international orphan and to pursue secessionist policies in disguise of human rights, they are destined to fail. The spokesperson said Taiwan is an indispensable part of China and maintaining national unity is the bottom line of all sovereign states including Germany. China's national sovereignty and territorial integrity must not be challenged. The spokesperson said China always supports the national unity of Germany, thereby it hopes Germany to take the same attitude to China. Germany needs to realize that the Taiwan independence secessionist activities on its soil would disrupt and harm China-Germany bilateral relations and regional stability. China expects that German people can place themselves in China's position, and better understand Chinese people's pursuit for national unity, the spokesperson concluded. cool things to do with rubber bracelets
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BEIJING --?China's international tsunami warning center has opened, serving countries bordering on the South China Sea, oceanic officials announced Thursday.The center, built and managed by China, monitors major earthquake subduction zones -- where the Earth's plates converge -- in the South China, Sulu and Sulawesi seas and provides 24-hour uninterrupted warning services, said Wang Hua, a State Oceanic Administration (SOA) official.The South China Sea region is prone to tsunamis and littoral countries have, until now, relied on services provided by American and Japanese warning centers.The warning center was proposed in 2009. In 2013, the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (IOC/UNESCO) approved an SOA plan.Wang said the center was the result of practical maritime cooperation between countries around the South China Sea.Yuan Ye, director of the National Tsunami Warning Center, said China is now capable of warning the public of a tsunami eight to ten minutes after an earthquake.In 1897, a tsunami caused by an earthquake in the northern Sulu Sea killed more than 100 people. An earthquake measuring 8.0 magnitude in the Sulawesi Sea in 1976 resulted in nearly 8,000 deaths in the Phillipines.More than 80 percent of tsunamis occur in the Pacific.Numerical simulation shows that if a 8.5-magnitude earthquake hit the Manila Trench in the north, the tsunami it triggered would have severe effects in the Phillipines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Brunei and south China's coastal areas, said Yu Fujiang, director of the National Marine Environmental Forecasting Center.China will hold trainings and provide tsunami warnings for countries surrounding the South China Sea, Wang said.
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