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0-25-2016 07:47 BJTBEIJING, Oct. 24 (Xinhua) -- Children from across the world have extended birthday wishes to taikonaut Jing Haipeng, who is currently orbiting the earth in lab Tiangong-2."Happy birthday Uncle Jing Haipen▓g, 'Tashi delek'," said

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all over the world, including messages, pictures and videos sent from the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan as well as countries including the United States and Sweden."I feel lucky to be this close to an astronaut," said a pupil in Beijing. "I'm more than willi

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hey had seen aliens."I haven't s▓een aliens, yet, but I do harbor a hope that I will see aliens, and many other peculiar things aside," Chen Dong, Jing's teammate in the mission, replied in his Space Journal.Xi▓nhua has sent some of the children's messages, pictures an▓d videos to Jing. Please scan the QR Co▓de to follow us on InstagramPlease scan the ▓QR Code to follow us on Wechat300 schools damaged in Haiti, 100,000 children out of school, UNICEF says300 schools damaged in Haiti, 1

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after Hurricane Matthew slammed into Haiti, and as schools re-open across the small island country▓, more than 100,000 Hurricane Matthew will b

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