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CHENGDU http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-bobby-orr-jersey , China, Sept. 13 (Xinhua) -- Chinese Vice Premier Wang Yang on Wednesday called on countries to help unleash the potential in tourism growth in developing countries.


Wang made the remarks at the opening ceremony of the 22nd session of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) General Assembly in Chengdu http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-austin-czarnik-jersey , the provincial capital of Sichuan and the economic center of western China.


Wang said China will continue to support tourism development in developing countries while urging rich nations to help developing countries reach balanced development in global tourism.


The Chinese vice premier also said China is ready to align the Belt and Road Initiative with related plans in developing countries to help promote local tourism, which he said has been a bottleneck to their tourism development. The China-proposed Initiative aims to build infrastructure and trade networks along ancient trade routes in a bid to spur economic growth in participating countries.


More than 1 http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-anton-khudobin-jersey ,000 delegates, including tourism ministers from more than 130 countries attended the opening ceremony. Of the tourism ministers http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-anders-bjork-jersey , 36 are from Africa. "Africa is an increasingly important force in the global tourism market. The continent is rich in cultural resources," Abdoulaya Ndiaye http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-adam-oates-jersey , assistant to UNWTO official responsible for Africa, told Xinhua.


In a congratulatory message read by Wang at the opening ceremony http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/ , Chinese President Xi Jinping wished the biennial UNWTO event a great success, and stressed that tourism is an "important channel" for mutual learning and cultural exchanges between countries as well as an "important industry" for promoting growth http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-zdeno-chara-jersey , creating jobs and improving people's livelihoods.


UNWTO chief Taleb Rifai said at the opening ceremony that countries should use tourism as an opportunity to address global challenges in order to enable the sector to contribute more to global growth and peace.


UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres expressed in a congratulatory message the hope that the tourism conference, held during the International Year of Sustainable Tourism for Development http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-tuukka-rask-jersey , will "chart the sector's course in helping to implement the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development."


On Wednesday, tourism ministers also discussed issues related to sustainable development and the role of tourism at an open-door session. In addition http://www.bostonbruinsteamstore.com/adidas-torey-krug-jersey , ministers from countries along the Belt and Road met and discussed enhancing cooperation in tourism development.


UNWTO has currently more than 150 members. The Madrid-based organization will also produce its next secretary general at the global tourism gathering that will last through Sept. 16. The last session of UNWTO general assembly was held in Medellin, Colombia.

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Editor's note: The 2016 presidential election is seen by many as the most divisive and scandalous in the U.S. history. A team of Xinhua reporters recently toured two battleground states to get the firsthand accounts of what American voters really think less than two weeks before the Nov. 8 election. Here is the third of four in-depth reports they have produced.


By Xinhua writers Li Changxiang, Zhu Lei, Qi Zijian


TALLMADGE, the United States, Nov. 3 (Xinhua) -- An hour's drive south of Cleveland, the city of Tallmadge, Ohio, felt like at the heart of Donald Trump country. Yard signs, banners and posters of ""make America great again"" could be seen everywhere.


There was one house that stood out. In the front yard of the house erected a handmade ""jail house."" It was built with black wooden panels, decorated with Hillary Clinton's headshot and words of ""Bengazi,"" ""Hillary"" and ""Busted."" A big banner of Trump 2016 was hanging on the garage.


The owner of the house, electrician Mike Turnbull, just got off work. Among the first things he said was ""99 percent of the news is for Hillary.""


""I'm sorry but that's how I feel. The media outlets are very biased,"" Turnbull said in dismay.


MEDIA BIAS IN FOCUS


U.S. Republican presidential nominee Trump himself had been feeding on the notion that the U.S. media is biased against him in this election.


""This election is being rigged by the media pushing false and unsubstantiated charges, and outright lies, in order to elect Crooked Hillary,"" Trump wrote in a recent tweet.


Many had questioned whether Trump's argument was fact-based, but none will doubt his words resonated with large swaths of his supporters.


""All the WikiLeaks stuff coming out on Hillary day after day, and who's covering it?""


""Nobody but Fox,"" Turnbull answered himself, hailing Fox News as the only media outlet that is not biased against Trump.


Another Trump supporter, Jack Baker of Springfield, Ohio, expressed the same feeling.


""The media is definitely in the Democratic corner,"" he said.


Turnbull and Baker both are the typical Trump supporters. They both feel the country is going downhill, and the self-sufficient, comfortable middle-class lifestyle are slipping away from them.


Baker, who worked manufacturing at the International Harvester Company in the 1970s and 80s, ""I left there making 16 dollars and 43 cents an hour, and that was in 1983. The same company just hired people this year to work at the factory for 14 dollars and 50 cents per hour.""


""How can somebody 30 years later getting less than what they were paying back then,"" he complained.


It were not just Turnbull and Baker who felt that way. In the latest poll released by Suffolk UniversityUSA Today, 75.9 percent of the 1,000 adults surveyed believed that the media wants the Democratic presidential nominee to win, and only 7.9 percent said Trump was the one the media supports.


Mitch Verheyen, a 35-year-old cook from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania said the biases of the media have big influences on regular voters, which can sway political ra. Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys Free Shipping Wholesale Sports Jerseys Wholesale Cheap Jerseys Wholesale Nike NCAA Jerseys Wholesale Basketball Jerseys Wholesale College Soccer Jerseys Wholesale Nike NBA Jerseys Cheap College Jerseys Free Shipping


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