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TIANJIN Fabian Moreau Redskins Jersey , China, Oct. 9 (Xinhua) -- Following are the medalists at the 6th East Asian Games here on Wednesday:


Shooting


Men's 10m air pistol


Gold: Mai Jiajie, China


Silver: Pang Wei, China


Bronze: Wang Zhiwei, China


Men's 10m air pistol team


Gold: China


Silver: DPR Korea


Bronze: South Korea


Fencing


Women's individual epee


Gold: Sun Yujie, China


Silver: Yu Jinsil, South Korea


Bronze: Yin Mingfang, China


Bronze: Choi Injeong, South Korea


Men's individual foil


Gold: Shi Jialuo, China


Silver: Li Chen, China


Bronze: Nicholas Edward Choi, Hong Kong, China


Bronze: Kim Hyogon, South Korea


Taekwondo


Women's 49-53kg


Gold: Yoon Jeongyeon, South Korea


Silver: Oyunerdene Gansukh, Mongolia


Bronze: Lu Jingrong, Macao, China


Bronze: Lin Chiayen, Chinese Taipei


Women's 62-67kg


Gold: Park Hyemi, South Korea


Silver: Liu Qing, Macao, China


Bronze: Li Chen, China


Bronze: Chuang Chiachia, Chinese Taipei


Women's +73kg


Gold: Zheng Shuyin, China


Silver: Peng Chiahwi, Chinese Taipei


Bronze: Shin Hyeonseon, South Korea


Bronze: Wang Junnan, Macao, China


Men's 63-68kg


Gold: Lee Jooseong, South Korea


Silver: Bai Xinlong, China


Bronze: Yoshihiro Nagano, Japan


Bronze: Chuang Tzute, Chinese Taipei


Diving


Men's synchronized 3m springboard


Gold: Hiroto HasegawaYu Okamoto, Japan


Silver: Park JihoKim Jinyong, South Korea


Bronze: Li JincongCai Chengcheng, China


Women's synchronized 3m springboard


Gold: Wang XinWang Hao, China


Silver: Kim SujiCho Eunbi, South Korea


Bronze: Kim Jinh YangKim Jin Ok, DPR Korea


Table Tennis


Women's team


Gold: China


Silver: Japan


Bronze: Hong Kong, China


Men's team


Gold: Chinax Silver: South Korea


Bronze: Hong Kong, China


Athletics


Women's 100m hurdles


Gold: Wu Shuijiao, China


Silver: Soma Eriko, Japan


Bronze: Jung Hyelim, South Korea


Men's 110m hurdles


Gold: Jiang Fan, China


Silver: Kim Byoungjun, South Korea


Bronze: Ji Wei, China


Men's javelin


Gold: Zhao Qinggang, China


Silver: Huang Shihfeng, Chinese Taipei


Bronze: Roderick Genki Dean, Japan


Women's 3,000m steeplechase


Gold: Li Zhenzhu, China


Silver: Misaki Sango, Japan


Bronze: Pak Kum Hyang, DPR Korea


Women's 4x400m relay


Gold: China


Silver: Japan


Bronze: Hong Kong, China


Men's 4x400m relay


Gold: China


Silver: Japan


Bronze: Chinese Taipei


Women's 4x100m relay


Gold: China


Silver: Japan


Bronze: Chinese Taipei


Men's 4x100m relay


Gold: Japan


Silver: Hong Kong, China


Bronze: China


MADRID, Nov. 16 (Xinhua) -- Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramirez on Thursday won the 2017 Cervantes Prize which is considered to be the highest award for literature in Spanish.


Ramirez is the first Nicaraguan writer to win the award named in honor of the writer of "Don Quixote", which brings also a cash prize of 125,000 euros (147,000 U.S. dollars).


The decision to award Ramirez the 2017 prize was announced the Spanish Government Spokesman and Education and Culture Minister, Inigo Mendez de Vigo.


Ramirez's award follows that of Eduardo Mendoza in 2016 and continues with the unwritten tradition of a Spanish born writer winning the prize one year and a Latin American author winning on the following year.


Ramirez has had a long and varied career, including as vice president of his homeland.


He published his first book "Cuentos" (Stories) in 1963 and dedicated himself fully to writing in 1996 after failing to become president of his homeland.


He has since won several other literary prizes for his extensive work.


Ramirez also writes essays, newspaper columns and short stories and also founded the "La Quincena" literary magazine in his homeland, as well as teaching as a visiting professor in universities in the United States and Europe.


He will receive the award in a ceremony at the University of Alcala, close to Madrid on April 23.




HONG KONG, Dec. 18 (Xinhua) -- Despite a lackluster global economic recovery, the Asia-Pacific region has remained as the world's most economically dynamic region and the main engine of global growth, almost a decade after the 2008 global financial crisis.


RISK OF PROTECTIONISM


The global economy has shown a broad-based upswing while the World Trade Organization (WTO) forecast that global trade is expected to rebound this year.


The International Monetary Fund (IMF) said in its 2017 World Economic Outlook that global economic recovery is continuing at a faster pace. It revised up its global growth projections to 3.6 percent for this year and 3.7 percent for 2018.


However, economic policy-makers in the Asia Pacific are still facing a complex situation as they need to cope with various pressing global challenges in efforts to sustain the region's exuberant momentum.


One major task among others is to renew the spirit of free trade with the emergence of anti-globalization and anti-trade sentiments.


According to the Pacific Economic Cooperation Council (PECC) annual survey, rising protectionism is seen as the "top risk to growth of the Asia-Pacific region."


"Against the backdrop of concerns over rising protectionism, arguments for regional economic integration efforts and emphasis on pathways to achieving the Free Trade Area of the Asia-Pacific (FTAAP) and support for the multilateral trading system become even more pertinent," PECC Co-chair Don Campbell said on the sidelines of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) summit in Vietnam's central port city of Da Nang last month.


APEC can address the doubts about the benefits of globalization by com.

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