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#1 10-09-2018 08:38:02

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KIEV Homme Nike Air Max 97 Ultra Particle Rose Pas Cher , Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- "When the brilliant moonlight is shining upon, we share the same happy festival mood despite being far apart," Peng Wei, a 24-year-old Chinese teacher, is becoming sentimental when talking about the Spring Festival celebrations.

Peng, a Chinese-language teacher from Tangshan, north China's Hebei Province, moved to Ukraine almost five months ago to provide Mandarin courses for Ukrainian students at the Confucius Institute of the Kiev National Taras Shevchenko University.

Recalling the Spring Festival traditions of her family, Peng said that all family members usually gather together making Chinese dumplings.

"One dumpling is always filled with brown sugar. We believe that someone who gets this dumpling will be happy next year," Peng told Xinhua.

The young lady admitted that her homesickness becomes stronger during the Lunar New Year, but the joint celebrations with Chinese friends help her feel the magic of the holiday.

Besides, in Kiev, Peng shares Chinese Spring Festival traditions with her Ukrainian friends and learns Ukrainian customs of New Year celebrations.

"I really like a Ukrainian tradition of New Year wishes. People write down their wish on the piece of paper and when the president makes a New Year speech, they burn it, put the ashes in their champagne and drink it," Peng said.

Peng is the guest of the Spring Festival organized by the Chinese Embassy in Ukraine to keep the Lunar New Year traditions and enhance the cohesion of Chinese nationals living in the East European country.

At the event, Chinese people living in the different corners of Ukraine showed their talents during the concert.

Children recited poems and sang songs, while youngsters played saxophone and performed the traditional dance with pipa -- four-stringed lute.

Du Shaofu, a real estate employee, who lives in Ukraine for eight years, looked fascinated while watching the concert.

In a brief talk with Xinhua correspondent, Du said the traditional music and the festive atmosphere of the event have brought him home.

"I like to spend the Spring Festival at home because the whole family reunites. Ukraine is far from home. You can only show video or call each other and watch the traditional New Year's concert," Du said.

He is married to a Ukrainian woman for two years and they have a one-year-old child. The couple appreciates and respects each other traditions and celebrates every Chinese and Ukrainian holiday.

Du said he was very glad that this year his wife expressed a desire to spend the Lunar New Year with her parents-in-law.

"Tomorrow morning, our family of three is flying to China," Du said with the authentic feeling of happiness on his face.

Wang Zhijie, a businessman from Beijing, also has Ukrainian wife. Unfortunately, this year, the family is unable to celebrate the Spring Festival in China as their newborn baby is too small to travel long distances.

However, Wang said he will bring Chinese festive spirit to Ukraine, decorating his home with red lanterns and inviting his friends and Ukrainian fellows to come to his house and show them Chinese New Year traditions.

"Ukrainians spend more time at home. The Chinese people like to set off fireworks. It is very important for us to sit together around the table at 12 o'clock, watching TV gala. The merry atmosphere is prevailing during the celebrations," Wang told Xinhua.

He added that he will do his utmost to share the centuries-old New Year traditions of his country with his son when he gets older.

BEIJING, Jan. 31 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese mainland spokesperson stressed that anyone who commits the crime of undermining national security will receive punishment.

Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, made the remarks in response to a question at a press conference Wednesday about a Taiwan-related military spying case.

Two suspects from east China's Jiangsu Province have been charged with spying for Taiwan, according to a local procurator earlier this week.

They had been indicted by the Suzhou City Procuratorate, Ma said.

While answering another question about Taiwanese convict Lee Ming-che meeting his family, Ma said the prison would handle the issue after receiving the application.

"As far as I know, the prison has not been informed of the details of a trip by Lee's family," Ma said.

Lee was sentenced to five years in prison for "subverting state power" by a court in Hunan Province last year.

" The French Open men’s and women’s singles trophies were on display in Shanghai ahead of the 2015 French Open Junior Wild Cards Competition which started yesterday. — Dong Jun

WITH China’s best-known tennis star Li Na no longer in the game, tennis officials will be hoping that the 2015 French Open Junior Wild Cards Competition in Shanghai will throw up some names.

Li Na, who retired last year, brought home the French Open trophy in 2011 — her first grand slam title — that gave a massive impetus to the sport in China. She was also the first and only grand slam singles champion from Asia.

Prior to her big breakthrough, the Chinese Tennis Federation had reached a deal with the Federation Francaise de Tennis in 2010 to train budding young Chinese talents as well as Chinese coaches. Moreover, they would help build more clay courts in China, besides offering technical and material support.

Lucas Dubourg, the international development project manager of Federation Francaise de Tennis, said he clearly remembered China’s top-ranked male player Zhang Ze telling him there were very few clay courts in China after struggling to find his pace on clay during the French Open qualifier in 2012.

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