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ng Festival in April."We have started to collect the information now," she said."Losing my son remains a pain in m▓y heart. I have tried ma

ny ways and was once ▓cheated out of money," said Xie Liumi▓ng, from Hunan province, whose eldest son, Xie Yujie, went missing on Oct 6, 2013, at the age of 6."I feel grateful that many kind people offered help, including th▓e ticket method. My wife and I will not change our contact information or shut off our mobile phones. We are waiting for good news," said the 34-year-old father who has never stopped searching for his child.Most netizens praised the ▓idea on social media, saying it not only helps to spread information, but also raises people's awareness of p▓rotecting children and the elderly.Pleas▓e scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on WechatCouple arrested in Southern California for shackling 13 children to beds with chainsCouple arrested in Southern California for shackling 13 children to beds with chainsCoup▓le arrested in Southern California for shackling 13 children to beds with chains01-16-2018▓ 15:40 BJTLOS ANGELES, Jan. 15 (Xinhua) -- A couple living in Southern California was arrested ▓after police found they shackled thei▓r 13 children to beds with chains and left them malnourished.David Allen Turpin, 56, and his wife, 49-year-old Louise Ann Turpin, who both liv

Monday by the Riverside County Sheriff's Department.An investigation was initiated Sunday morning after a 17▓-year-old girl fled from the suspects' residence, police ▓said, addi

re bound with chains and padlocks.Local police and deputies from the sheriff's depar▓tment went to the residence where the teenager escaped and then they were shocked by the sce

ne."Further investigation revealed several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul-smell▓ing surroundings," the notification disclosed. "Depu

ties located what they believed to be 12 children▓ inside the house, but were shocked to discover that seven of them were actually adults, ranging in age from 18 to 29."The victims appeared to be "malnourished" and "very dirty," the notification said, adding that the victims have been s▓ent to hospital after being interviewed by detectives.David and Louise Turpin were then booked for torture and child endangerment with a bail set at 9 million U.S. dollars each.Please scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on

WechatPower walker: 5-year-old boy walks with portable exoskeleton for disabled childrenMore galleriesPower walker: 5-year-old b▓oy walks with portable exoskeleton for disabled childrenPlease scan the QR ▓Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on Wechat'+sli.te▓xt()+'Dingjie border police station of Tibet Public Securi▓ty Frontier Corps has carried out an activity of 'border mo▓thers' helping children of poor families. ▓Nine female officers, called border mothers, have claimed 15▓ poverty-stricken children from Dingjie Centra

l Primary School. More galleries'Border mothers' give love to children of poor families in TibetPlease scan▓ the QR Code to follow us on Instagram▓Please scan the QR Code to follow us on Wechat'+sli.text(▓)+'Li Ying, 46, was a mother of a handicapped child. She established a kindergarten for the handicapped children in 2005. Li has now become a 'caring mothe▓r' for more than 100 handicapped children.More galleriesCaring mother tak▓es care of more than 100 handicapped childrenPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to

follow us on Wechat'+sli.text()+'3D printing technologies continues t▓o upgrade on a daily basis.China Breakthroughs: 3D printing pumps new life for young heart patientsChina Breakthroughs: 3D printing pumps new life for young heart patients08-21-2017 13:36 BJTBut that's ancient history when considering the latest advances in the medical field. Scientists, inventors and doctors are working closely with academia and governmen▓ts to develop new devices and medical products that are manufactured by 3D printing ▓in order to treat patients.According▓

to the latest developments, the medical community is not only manufacturing n▓ew limbs for amputees, but they can assist children suffering from chronic illness, including ▓congenital heart disease. The Shanghai Children's Medical Center has become a crucial player in t▓his area.The largest children's hospital in China has utilized 3D printing to assist with heart surgeries on young people.Life-s▓aving surgeriesIn April 2017, Xinhua reports two young patients - Ma Changqiang, 16-years-old and 8-months-old Yang Youhong, both from north west China's

Qinghai Province, had undergone heart surgery by doctors at the Shanghai children's hospital who were using 3D printing technologies."Our children have the world’s latest 3D pri▓nting technology. We are so lucky," said Ma Wenming, grandfather of Ma Chenqiang. "Moreover the fees in▓cluding transportation, accommodation, diagnosis and treatment were all free. We are really grateful."The Ma family had received support from a C▓hina-Belgium charity project that provides free medical care for children, diagnosed with heart disease and come from th

e under-developed Western China region.The Shanghai Children’s Medical Center and Belgium-base▓d Materialise NV, one of the world’▓s largest 3D printing software and services providers, are cooperating on the philanthropic initiative.Global le▓ader: pediatric heart careJi Qingying, deputy director o▓f Shanghai Children's Medical Center, said t▓he hospital conducts over 3,700 heart operations on children, ranking it number one among the world’s medical institutions.On average, families pay in the range - RMB80,000-100,000 (US$11,600-1

4,500) for a heart operation. But 3D printing can r▓educe costs.Meanwhile, the China-Belgium ch▓arity project is expected to offer 15 to 20 lifesaving heart surgeries per year, free of charge.Additionally, 3D printing is going mainstream a▓nd research firm International Data Corp. forecasts China ▓to become the Asia-Pacific leader in the field▓ by 2018 and could surpass the United States and European Union soon."Applications for 3D printing will extend beyond just being prototype in manufacturing and▓ healthcare especially," IDC analyst M▓un Chum Lim

told Shanghai Daily.Better educated on ▓performance"Consumers are more educated and will seek benefits of incorporating 3D printing into diffe▓rent areas," added Mun.Chinese manufacturers are exploring new methods to cut back on labor-intensive manual processes on the factory floor. Companies are upgrading production plants by installing large 3D printers and adopting new technologies.The medic▓al sector has witnessed the strongest growth patterns in the Asia-Pacific region, while Beijing is encouraging the "compatibility and acceptance of ▓3D printi

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2017.New advances for new lifeDoctors and medical caregivers should stay updated on the latest technological innovations and cures, which can be a matter of life or death especially for children suffering from congenital heart▓ disease.The Shanghai Children's Medical Center heart team is utilizing the latest and greatest 3D printing technologies to perform life-saving h▓eart surgeries.3d printing is not only revolu▓tionizing the manufacturing industry but transfo▓rming the healthcare sector as well.Chine▓se scientists and investors are working together to create more profitable ventures for 3D printing technologies to help doctors in the surgical room, whil▓e businesses can generate profits and still save lives in the process.(The opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions of Panview or CCTV.com. )  Please scan the QR Code to follow us on I▓nstagramPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on ▓WechatA pingju opera troupe of childr▓en in community, China's HebeiMore gall▓eriesA pingju opera troupe of children in community, ▓China's HebeiPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on Instagr▓amPlease scan the QR Code to follow us o▓n Wechat'+sli.text()+'Bolshoi Brazil: Helping poor ▓children realilze ballet dreamMore galleriesBo▓lshoi Brazil: Helping poor children realilze ballet drea▓mPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on Instagram▓Please scan the QR Code to follow us on Wechat'+sli.▓text()+'A 500 year old tree's unusual roots appear to create an entire grove of eerie trees. The Banyan tree s ▓vertical roots reach downwards from as high as 30ft up ▓with the main tree towering above it. More galleriesAmazing!▓ 500-year-old banyan tree in Bangladesh attra▓cts childrenPlease scan the QR Code to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the QR Code to f▓ollow us on Wechat'+sli.text()+'Some parents may have ▓a child, who snores "just like grandpa," has res▓tless sleep, keeps waking up at night for no apparent reas▓on, and when they try to wake the child up the next morning they waste time and energy doin▓g so.Waking

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