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The survey released on Sept 21 bore a title saying people in the Philippines still favor the United States over China, but that the gap is narrowingA quarter now name China as the world's leading economy, up from 14 percent the last time the Philippines was surveyedSuch an independent policy is dealing a heavy blow to those who still view the relationship between the three countries as zero-sumAnd despite the Philippines being the most pro-Trump nation in Pew's spring 37-country survey, confidence in Trump now is lower than it was in then-President Barack Obama in 2015The US was believed to be fully behind the scenes when the Philippines, under President Benigno Aquino III, filed the arbitration suit in 2013 against China in a tribunal in The Hague, a case in which China had refused to participateHis tough rhetoric on the US and softened rhetoric on China, especially compared with his predecessor Aquino III, has worried many in the USThe Obama administration had done everything it could to internationalize the South China Sea issue and had used the Philippines, a US ally, to advance the American strategyThe negotiations may take days or weeks before a deal is struck between the future governing partnersWinston Peters, the party chief of the New Zealand First Party, however, refused to say which party he would side withAUCKLAND - New Zealand's parliamentary elections on Saturday yield no clear winner as tally ended in the wee hours of Sunday, leaving the third largest party with 7The New Zealand First Party has garnered nine seats, making it the indispensable coalition partner for both the National Party and the Labor Party to form the governmentThe ruling National Party has secured 46 percent of the party votes, which transfer to 58 seats in the 120 member Congress in an Mixed-Member Proportional voting system, with the opposition Labor Party lagging behind at 358 percent votes or seven seats in the congress would just make enough seats to form a government if they can successfully get the New Zealand First Party on boardAccording to the Ministry of Education of the Inner Mongolia, the exhibition attracted 39 universities from 16 countries, including Mongolia, Russia, the United States, Britain and South KoreaIt showcased the achievements of Chinese and foreign universities in education exchange, personnel training, and scientific research cooperationTeachers and students of Inner Mongolia Normal University gave performances at the event, including Tai Chi, flute playing, and Mongolian songs and dances, which have won generous applauseThe China-Mongolia Education and Technology Exhibition was held in Hohhot, Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Sept 26, when nine cooperation agreements were signed by eighteen Chinese and foreign universitiesThe pandas were born at the Ya'an Bifengxia base, part of the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in SichuanCaitao and Huchun will live in a 4,800-square-meter panda park at Taman Safari Indonesia for 10 yearsThe two seven-year-old pandas will be flown from Chengdu to Jakarta by Indonesian state airline Garuda Indonesia at 4:10 am ThursdayWorkers at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong, Southwest China's Sichuan province, help a panda named Huchun begin her journey to a zoo in Indonesia on Sept 27, 2017Yingluck denied all the charges when giving her closing oral statement on Aug 1, arguing she was not responsible for the day-to-day running of the scheme and insisted she was a victim of political persecutionIn the scheme, Yingluck's government paid Thai rice farmers inflated prices for their crops, driving up global rice pricesFile photo shows ousted former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrives at the criminal court in Bangkok, Thailand, Sept 29, 2015[Photo/Agencies]BANGKOK - Thailand's Supreme Court on Wednesday found former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra guilty of malfeasance in a loss-ridden rice subsidy program and sentenced her in absentia to five years in jailYingluck did not show up at the court and has so far not made any public comment on the verdictIn an announcement released by the court, it read that even though the unmilled rice program was an act according to government policy that the cabinet had stated to the National Assembly, if the implementation of such policy was not in accordance with law, such acts could be inspected by the judicial processPrime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Tuesday that he knows where the ousted former prime minister is but will not disclose her whereabouts until the verdict is deliveredAfter a trial running over two years, the Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions began reading the verdict at 11 am local time and continued for nearly four hoursThe subsidy scheme did not work, costing the country 8 billion US dollars and leaving it with vast stockpiles of rice

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