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    Gu Kailai (center), the wife of disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai, stands trial in the Intermediate People's Court in the eastern Chinese city of Hefei on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/CCTV via APTN)


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    Gu Kailai (center), the wife of disgraced Chinese politician Bo Xilai, stands trial in the Intermediate People's Court in the eastern Chinese city of Hefei on Thursday, Aug. 9, 2012. (AP Photo/CCTV via APTN)


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    Illustration China by John Camejo for The Washington Times


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    “Kung Fu Panda 2” enjoyed success in China while competing against such movies as the Communist propaganda film “Beginning of the Great Revival.” This development helped prompt a debate about why a Hollywood studio was more successful than the country’s own studios at creating a successful movie based on Chinese themes. (Associated Press)


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    “Kung Fu Panda 2” enjoyed success in China while competing against such movies as the Communist propaganda film “Beginning of the Great Revival.” This development helped prompt a debate about why a Hollywood studio was more successful than the country’s own studios at creating a successful movie based on Chinese themes. (Associated Press)


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    In Seoul on Monday, Kim Young-hwan, a South Korean critic of the repressive regime in North Korea, said that he was tortured during his captivity in China for information on North Korean dissidents. (Associated Press)


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    In Seoul on Monday, Kim Young-hwan, a South Korean critic of the repressive regime in North Korea, said that he was tortured during his captivity in China for information on North Korean dissidents. (Associated Press)


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    China’s Ye Shiwen, 16, set a world record Saturday in the 400-meter individual medley, raising U.S. suspicions. Team USA’s Elizabeth Beisel won the silver. (Associated Press)


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    associated press World doubles champions Yu Yang (left) and Wang Xiaoli of China were among eight badminton players dismissed from the games for intentionally trying to lose matches.


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