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Yang Bin, its vice-president and provost, said the university plans to start a series of courses to introduce the basic concepts, theories and knowledge about innovation and entrepreneurship to students.Then the father, Tao Jinlai, who hailed from Quanjiao county in Anhui province, decided to stay.
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The engines will together give the Long March 9 a launch weight of 3,000 tons and a maximum payload of 130 tons to the low Earth orbit, which is powerful enough to fulfill a manned mission to the moon, he said.Huang Wei [Photo/China Daily]
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