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Table Tennis: Gao Ning, Yu Mengyu going to the Olympics

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EPA touts review of EIA act

The Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) plans to propose amendments to the Environmental Impact Assessment Act (環境影響評估法) within one year, EPA Deputy Minister Thomas Chan (詹順貴) said yesterday, a move that has long been ...
 Taipei Times Online1 week ago
Abu Dhabi National

Dragon breathes fire

China dominated the semifinals of the Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup with flawless displays at the Dubai World Trade Centre (DWTC) on Friday. First into the all-Chinese finals scheduled for 3.30pm/4.40pm starts today (Saturday), was top seed Liu ...
 Khaleej Times2 months ago Chinese tt topshots enter Asian Cup quarters  Yahoo! India2 months ago Chinese table tennis topshots enter quarter-finals at 2016 Asian Cup  China.org.cn2 months ago Chinese start the way they intend to continue  Gulf News2 months ago
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Xu Xin of China reacts after losing a point to Youngsik Jung of Korea during their men's singles table tennis qualifying match in the ITTF Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup, on April 28, 2016 in Dubai.(MARWAN NAAMANI / AFP) Zhang Jike of China serves ...
 China Daily Asia2 months ago

Chinese Taipei's Hung-Chieh stuns S.Korea's Jung

Dubai: The Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup kicked off on Thursday with outstanding action on all four tables in Zabeel Hall 1 at Dubai World Trade Centre. The first session produced some upset results, with the morning belonging to Chinese Taipei ...
 The Gulf Today2 months ago 2016 Asian Cup Table Tennis action gets underway in Dubai - in pictures  Abu Dhabi National2 months ago

Feng leads favourites charge on opening day

Singaporean Feng Tianwei, the defending champion, had to bring out her best before subduing young Japanese Mima Ito 3-2 in a women's group qualifying match on the opening day of the Nakheel Table Tennis Asian Cup at the Dubai World Trade Centre's ...
 Khaleej Times2 months ago

Hirano, Mizutani win Polish Open

Miu Hirano and Jun Mizutani won the women's and men's singles finals, respectively, to highlight Japan's dominant showing at the Polish Open on Sunday. The 16-year-old Hirano, who is seeded 11th, eased past Yu Mengyu of Singapore 12-10, 11-9, ...
 Japan Times2 months ago

Chew to debut in invite-only Asian Cup

At 20, Singapore table tennis player Clarence Chew has already won two men's singles bronze medals at the South-east Asia Games and a team gold at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. He's also competed at several World Championships, ...
 Electric New Paper2 months ago
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India eves lose a thriller against China

IMAGE: Indian women’s hockey team. Photograph: Facebook. Indian women's hockey team suffered a 1-2 defeat at the hands of fifth-ranked China in the last pool game of the 2016 Hawkey's Bay Cup. The match started slowly, with most of the battles taking place in the midfield and both teams struggling to penetrate the circle. China had the best opportunity of the quarter with a penalty corner which was well saved by Savita in goal to take the teams to the break tied 0-0. After the goalless ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Women's hockey: India suffer hat-trick of losses in Hawke's Bay Cup  Prokerala2 months ago
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