Let the show Beijing: PTV to air programs promoting Chinese history, culture

The Philippines’ flagship government television network will soon be airing shows that will promote Chinese history and culture. People’s Television Network (PTV), operated by the Presidential Communications Operations Office (PCOO), will be airing Chinese language television series, documentaries, cartoons and movies that will be dubbed in Tagalog.

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North and South Korea begin historic summit

North and South Korea begin historic summit

North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and South Korean President Moon Jae-in sat down to a historic summit on Friday after shaking hands over the Military Demarcation Line that divides their countries in a gesture laden with symbolism.

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Polish far-right lodges complaint vs Israeli president under Holocaust law

Polish far-right lodges complaint vs Israeli president under Holocaust law

Polish nationalist movement Ruch Narodowy (RN) said on Tuesday it had filed a complaint with prosecutors against Israel’s president under Poland’s controversial new Holocaust law for having attributed responsibility to Poland for Nazi German crimes.

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From the Pages of POWER Magazine: #TBT #ThrowbackThursdays

In early 1882, U.S. industry was still heavily dependent on the water wheel, and many housewives cooked on wood-burning stoves. Power was made where it was used because there was no effective means of transmitting energy long distances. But 1882 was a year of dramatic changes. The world was just beginning to grasp the implications of a new, incredibly versatile […]

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From the Pages of POWER Magazine: #TBT #ThrowbackThursdays

In early 1882, U.S. industry was still heavily dependent on the water wheel, and many housewives cooked on wood-burning stoves. Power was made where it was used because there was no effective means of transmitting energy long distances. But 1882 was a year of dramatic changes. The world was just beginning to grasp the implications of a new, incredibly versatile […]

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