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  3. China–Israel relations - Wikipedia

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    History. In the 1930s, David Ben-Gurion, then leader of the Yishuv in Palestine, proclaimed that China would be one of the great world powers of the future. For some time after the 1949 Chinese revolution, the People's Republic of China was diplomatically isolated, because the United States and its allies (including Israel) recognized the Republic of China (commonly known as Taiwan) as the ...

  4. Electronic waste in Guiyu - Wikipedia

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    Guiyu (Chinese: 贵屿), in Guangdong Province, China, is widely perceived as the largest electronic waste (e-waste) site in the world. In 2005, there were 60,000 e-waste workers in Guiyu who processed the more than 100 truckloads that were transported to the 52-square-kilometre area every day.

  5. Smithfield Foods - Wikipedia

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    Smithfield's ramp up of exports to China has occurred in the face of headwinds in the form of 62% tariffs designed to protect China's hog farmers, who largely have small operations. Pork industry trade groups claim that the United States could export twice as much pork to China if the tariffs were lifed.

  6. All for You (Janet Jackson album) - Wikipedia

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    All for You is the seventh studio album by American singer Janet Jackson.It was released on April 24, 2001, by Virgin Records.The album's development and theme were rooted in Jackson's separation from husband René Elizondo Jr. as she was getting to know what dating is like for the first time.

  7. Uyghur genocide - Wikipedia

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    China collects genetic material from millions of Uyghurs. China uses facial recognition technology to sort people by ethnicity, and uses DNA to tell if an individual is an Uyghur. China has been accused of creating "technologies used for hunting people." In 2017, security-related construction tripled in Xinjiang.

  8. History of advertising - Wikipedia

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    In international perspective, a 2008 comparison of nudity in advertising in Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, South Korea, Thailand, and the United States reveals that China and the United States have the most demure ads, while Germany and Thailand exposed more of the female body. There is little variation in male undress. Psychology

  9. MythBusters (2007 season) - Wikipedia

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    The cast of the television series MythBusters performs experiments to verify or debunk urban legends, old wives' tales, and the like.This is a list of the various myths tested on the show, as well as the results of the experiments (the myth is Busted, Plausible, or Confirmed