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A home-made airship, made by 29-year-old local man Shi Songbo, lifts off during a test flight next to crop fields in Ningling county of Shangqiu

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A home-made airship, made by 29-year-old local man Shi Songbo, lifts off during a test flight next to crop fields in Ningling county of Shangqiu, Henan province, China.

A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Mao Geping during a colorful cosmetic fashion trend collection at China Fashion Week S/S 2016, in Beijing, China, October 26, 2015

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A model presents a creation by Chinese designer Mao Geping during a colorful cosmetic fashion trend collection at China Fashion Week S/S 2016, in Beijing, China

An honour guard is partially covered by a flag that rolled after a gust of wind at the welcoming ceremony for Netherlands' King Willem-Alexander outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, October 26, 2015.

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An honour guard is partially covered by a flag that rolled after a gust of wind at the welcoming ceremony for Netherlands’ King Willem-Alexander outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China today.

Horses gallop on the track during a race at the Hong Kong Jockey Club's Happy Valley racecourse in Hong Kong, China. The Hong Kong Jockey Club is the city's sole provider of horse racing, football betting and lotteries

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Horses gallop on the track during a race at the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s Happy Valley racecourse in Hong Kong, China

Britain's Queen Elizabeth II and China's President Xi Jinping arrive at Buckingham Palace in central London on Tuesday, during the ceremonial welcome on the first official day of the Chinese president's state visit. China's President Xi Jinping started a pomp-filled four-day state visit to Britain as reports emerged of a multibillion pound investment deal over Britain's new nuclear programme

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Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II and China’s President Xi Jinping arrive at Buckingham Palace in central London on Tuesday, during the ceremonial welcome on the first official day of the Chinese president’s state visit

Supporters of China's President Xi Jinping wait on the Mall for him to pass during his ceremonial welcome, in London, Britain, October 20, 2015. Xi is on a State visit to Britain

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Supporters of China’s President Xi Jinping wait on the Mall for him to pass during his ceremonial welcome, in London, Britain on tuesday. Xi is on a State visit to Britain

A man sleeps on two chairs beside a road in Beijing

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A man sleeps on two chairs beside a road in Beijing, China, on Friday

Troops Participate in a Rehearsal For Next Week's Chinese State Visit

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Guard of Honour comprising 96 rank and file and three officers from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards, with The Queens Colour, The Corps of Drums of the Battalion and The Band of The Regiment process past Buckingham Palace as they take part in a full rehearsal ahead of next weeks State visit by Xi Jinping, the President of The Republic of China, in London, England. Queen Elizabeth II and The Duke of Edinburgh will host the State Visit of The President of The People’s Republic of China and Madame Peng Liyuan at Buckingham Palace from October 20 – 22, 2015

Chinese vendors pile squash to sell at a local food market on October 14, 2015 in Beijing, China. China's inflation rate rose 1.6 percent in September, falling short of expectations of a 1.8% increase

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Chinese vendors pile squash to sell at a local food market on Wednesday in Beijing, China. China’s inflation rate rose 1.6 percent in September, falling short of expectations of a 1.8 percent increase

A man flies a kite on the Bund while buildings of Pudong's Lujiazui financial district stand across the Huangpu River as the sun rises in Shanghai, China

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A man flies a kite on the Bund while buildings of Pudong’s Lujiazui financial district stand across the Huangpu River as the sun rises in Shanghai, China. 

Novak Djokovic of Serbia hits a return against John Isner of U.S. during their men's singles match at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing, China, October 9, 2015.

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia hits a return against John Isner of U.S. during their men’s singles match at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing, China

Chinese tourists walk across a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in the Shinuizhai mountains in Pingjang county, Hunan province some 150 kilometers from Changsha. The bridge, originally a wooden walkway spanning some 300 meters across the 180-meter deep valley, reopened two weeks ago following renovations as a glass-bottomed tourist attraction

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Chinese tourists walk across a glass-bottomed suspension bridge in the Shinuizhai mountains in Pingjang county, Hunan province some 150 kilometers from Changsha

A man opens a drink to a child as they stand before a display board at the entrance to a park in Beijing

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A man opens a drink to a child as they stand before a display board at the entrance to a park in Beijing 

Debris is seen in a bay after Typhoon Mujigae hit, in Zhanjiang, Guangdong province

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Debris is seen in a bay after Typhoon Mujigae hit, in Zhanjiang, Guangdong province. 

Window washers use cables to lower themselves from a skyscraper while working on a polluted day in Beijing, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Air quality readings in the city on Tuesday were at levels considered hazardous by international measuring standards

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Window washers use cables to lower themselves from a skyscraper while working on a polluted day in Beijing on Tuesday

A man takes a nap on the back of his cart on a polluted day in Beijing, Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Air quality readings in the city on Tuesday were at levels considered hazardous by international measuring standards.

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A man takes a nap on the back of his cart on a polluted day in Beijing today. Air quality readings in the city on Tuesday were at levels considered hazardous by international measuring standards.

Spectators wearing masks watch men's singles match between David Goffin of Belgium and Andreas Seppi of Italy, on a polluted day at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing...Spectators wearing masks watch men's singles match between David Goffin of Belgium and Andreas Seppi of Italy, on a polluted day at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing, China, October 5, 2015.

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Spectators wearing masks watch men’s singles match between David Goffin of Belgium and Andreas Seppi of Italy, on a polluted day at the China Open tennis tournament in Beijing, China on Monday

People take pictures as they gather during the official flag raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square to mark the 66th National Day on October 1, 2015 in Beijing, China. China begins the "Golden Week" holiday Thursday, as much of the country shuts down and financial markets close until October 8th

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People use their phones to take pictures as they gather during the official flag raising ceremony at Tiananmen Square to mark the 66th National Day on Thursday in Beijing, China

A man sits next to a yellow umbrella near the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong, China, on Monday. One year after Hong Kong students battled tear gas and pepper spray to seize the streets in a challenge to Chinese rule, the divide with Beijing is wider than ever

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A man sits next to a yellow umbrella near the Central Government Offices in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong, China, on Monday. One year after Hong Kong students battled tear gas and pepper spray to seize the streets in a challenge to Chinese rule, the divide with Beijing is wider than ever

Rights campaigners stage a protest coinciding with the launch of the new iPhone 6s outside an Apple store in Hong Kong

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Rights campaigners stage a protest coinciding with the launch of the new iPhone 6s outside an Apple store in Hong Kong. Apple was urged to act as rights campaigners said a Chinese touchscreen glass supplier to the smartphone giant was exploiting factory workers.