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Strictly Come Dancing - Celebs: Images today from the first two episodes in the latest series of Doctor Who, with the new Doctor, Peter Capaldi. Still with the very, very sexy Jenna Coleman though. I particularly liked the outfit Jenna was wearing at the start and end of the first of these two episodes. The cute little tartan skirt. Funnily enough the exact same outfit she wore for the Christmas episode.
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Share this article Share 'I got elation from inspiration writing a compliment song for the nation while I'm talking about 'two sessions',' raps Su Han, the hoodie-clad singer in the music video released on Sunday. Last year, the Communist Party mouthpiece, the People's Daily, released an animated rap video on 'Two Sessions' that included vox pop-style interviews with citizens and even a few foreigners. The latest video 'is part of a trend towards hipper, younger content that has been visible for several years now', said Florian Schneider, senior lecturer at Leiden University, who studies media and political communication in China. The song lists China's achievements including a pair of cloned monkeys Zhong Zhong and Hua Hua, the first cloned monkeys born in China at the end of The song also rapped about the historic moon-landing mission as one of the achievements 'Since Xi Jinping came to power, the Chinese propaganda system has been working more closely with advertisers and PR experts to create the kind of content that they hope will go viral online,' he told AFP.
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By Adam K. Raymond Illustrations by John Ueland Anyone can toilet paper a house or slip a whoopee cushion onto a chair. Pulling off a truly legendary prank is harder. To fool the media, crowds, and even the military, you need patience, planning, and more than a little genius. In fact, the Boston University professor and pop culture historian was trying to say just that in a interview with reporter Fred Bayles.
Revenge of the evil emperor: Mass slaughter in Beijing's Forbidden City Last updated at The palace soldiers had shown no mercy in slaying these fragile creatures on that terrible night in Acting on the orders of the Ming Emperor Yongle, one of the most feared despots in Chinese imperial history, they had wielded their swords to ensure no one survived.
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