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第33集-台灣電腦產量仍高居全球第一

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An industry report said Taiwanese firms produced US$67 billion worth of computer hardware in 2004, a 23 percent increase over the previous year and tops in the world, however, most of the goods were made in China by Taiwanese firms.

第29集-美教友肯定馬侃選定女性搭檔

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An interactive online poll of likely voters conducted in the aftermath of the announcement of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin as Sen. John McCain’s running mate reports that most respondents believe the Palin pick will help McCain, as do Catholic respondents in particular.

第32集-香港特首辭職,結束八年擾攘

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Hong Kong’s leader Tung Chee-hua said he asked to resign because of failing health, and he denied that China was pushing him out because of poor performance during his 8 years in office—a time of economic worse, massive protests and calls for greater democracy.

第31集-含糖飲料與兒童肥胖有關

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According to a new research, sweet drinks whether they are sugar water with fruit flavoring or all-natural apple juice seem to raise the risk of pudgy preschoolers getting fatter.

第27集-美國與中國大陸互相放寬簽證

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The longer validity of visas means these frequent travelers will not have to renew their visas so frequently, saving time and money and making travel more convenient. American would enjoy the same privileges on visits to China.

第26集-中國大陸人口破十三億

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China’s population exploded after the late Communist Party Chairman Mao Zedong exhorted the people to multiply in the 1950s to make the country strong. But China put the brakes on growth with tough one child rule and is now worried about finding jobs for the masses and caring for the elderly.

第29集-京都議定書對抗全球暖化

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Rejected by the United States, the world's plan to combat global warming goes into force on Feb.16 and U.N. warnings that it is only a tiny first step and saying that fighting climate change will be a long, hard work.

第25集-趙紫陽去世,享年八十五

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Zhao Ziyang, the former Communist Party leader who helped launch China’s economics boom but was ousted after sympathizing with the 1989 Tiananmen Square pro-democracy protesters, died in a Beijing hospital, Jan.17,2004, he was 85.