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Scandals roll over into 2017

[ 2017-01-02 ]
...doping failures were "shocking" before suspending them from the Rio Olympics in August. International Weightlifting Federation president Tamas Ajan said in Rio that Russia, Kazakhstan and Belarus would be banned for a year because of their high number of doping failures, but no ...

EU-China fair bolsters intl relations[1]-China fair bolsters intl relations

[ 2016-11-10 ]
...hern Chengdu. European exhibitors told China Daily they believe Chengdu offers many opportunities for them to develop business. Allaga Tamas, director at the Smart Region Innovation Cluster in Hungary, said: "I see a lot of good opportunities in Chengdu, which is very open to ...

EU-China fair bolsters intl relations[1]|chinadaily.com.cn-China fair bolsters intl relations

[ 2016-11-10 ]
...hern Chengdu. European exhibitors told China Daily they believe Chengdu offers many opportunities for them to develop business. Allaga Tamas, director at the Smart Region Innovation Cluster in Hungary, said: "I see a lot of good opportunities in Chengdu, which is very open to ...

EU-China fair bolsters intl relations[1]|chinadaily.com.cn-China fair bolsters intl relations

[ 2016-11-10 ]
...hern Chengdu. European exhibitors told China Daily they believe Chengdu offers many opportunities for them to develop business. Allaga Tamas, director at the Smart Region Innovation Cluster in Hungary, said: "I see a lot of good opportunities in Chengdu, which is very open to ...

Low voter turnout invalidates ballot on refugee quotas

[ 2016-10-04 ]
...mes had oversaturated citizens. "Orban was able to dominate public discourse with an issue in which the majority was on his side," said Tamas Boros, an analyst at Policy Solutions, a political research and consultancy firm. "But it seems he went too far and overestimated how mu...

They'remaking a splash!

[ 2016-08-11 ]
... 100m breaststroke. Michael Dalder / Reuters Chinese boxer Zhao Minggang reacts to being sponged during his middleweight bout. Peter Cziborra / Reuters Tamas Kenderesi of Hungary spits out a drink after the mens 200m butterfly semifinals. Dominic Ebenbichler / Reuters

They'remaking a splash!

[ 2016-08-11 ]
...oke. Michael Dalder / Reuters Chinese boxer Zhao Minggang reacts to being sponged during his middleweight bout. Peter Cziborra / Reuters Tamas Kenderesi of Hungary spits out a drink after the mens 200m butterfly semifinals. Dominic Ebenbichler / Reuters   Astier Nic...

They're making a splash![1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2016-08-11 ]
...oke. Michael Dalder / Reuters Chinese boxer Zhao Minggang reacts to being sponged during his middleweight bout. Peter Cziborra / Reuters Tamas Kenderesi of Hungary spits out a drink after the mens 200m butterfly semifinals. Dominic Ebenbichler / Reuters Previous Pag...

Phelps wins back the gold that got away

[ 2016-08-11 ]
...00m freestyle relay in the evening's finale. Japan's Masato Sakai followed him to collect the silver in the butterfly, while Hungary's Tamas Kenderesi won bronze. Le Clos, whose run-up to the Games was overshadowed by the devastating news that both of his parents had been dia...

Chefs compete for 'culinary Olympics'

[ 2016-05-20 ]
...inent use local ingredients such as venison and sturgeon with its caviar for their gastronomic creations.   A chef shows a plate of fish from Hungarian chef Tamas Szell during the Bocuse d'Or chef competition in Budapest. Reuters (China Daily USA 06/01/2016 page10)

Embassy Open Day showcases Hungary[1]- Chinadaily.com.cn

[ 2015-05-18 ]
...ken non-Indo-European language in Europe. She hoped students could get to know the real Hungary through attending the event. Counselor Tamas Veres and Szonja Andreas also spoke of the close links between Hungary and the European Union and Hungarian culture respectively. Stude...

Culture Report: Spreading Confucian thought in the modern world

[ 2014-08-01 ]
... (551 BC-479 BC), great philosopher, educator and the founder of Confucianism in ancient China" carved in both Chinese and English. Dezs Tamas, director of the Arts College at the university, said members of the college council voted to accept the Confucius bust as one of the fe...
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