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ZAGREB Men's Adidas Ultra Boost Parley Navy Blue White Cheap , June 17 (Xinhua) -- A new biography of Josip Broz Tito, former leader of Yugoslavia, was published and presented in Zagreb on Tuesday evening.

The biography, named "Tito", was written by two well-known Croatian historians, father and son, Slavko and Ivo Goldstein.

Base on researching numerous documents, most of them were testimonies of participants of key moments of Tito's life, the authors worked for eight years for the book with 912 pages.

They said they tried to put Tito's three main ideas, socialism, Yugoslavia and non-alignment into the book after he died 35 years.

"The book is not for or against Tito, it adds his wins and losses. It is written with passion and historian's instincts," said Ivo Goldstein.

Ivo Goldstein, nowdays Croatian ambassador to France, is a professor of history of University of Zagreb France. He most deals with Croatian history of 20th century and published 20 books.

Slavko Goldstein, Ivo's father, is a former journalist, editor, publisher, historian.

A center for restoring ancient Tibetan books was inaugurated in Lhasa. [PhotoTibet]

LHASA, July 21 (Xinhua) -- A center for restoring ancient Tibetan books was inaugurated in Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region on Tuesday.

China has more than one million ancient Tibetan books, two-thirds of which are in Tibet. These books are scattered in temples, local libraries, research centers, museums as well as among the people.

Many of these ancient books have been damaged and are in dire need of restoration and protection.

Nyima Cering, head of the regional culture department, said Tibet has launched an ancient book protection campaign since 2008, creating a leading team and an expert committee to help with the work.

So far, the regional government has allocated a total of more than 5 million yuan (about 805,000 U.S. dollars) to support the survey and protection of ancient Tibetan books.

"Ancient Tibetan books are symbols of the industrious and intelligent Tibetan people through the centuries. They also play an important part of the multi-culture of the Chinese nation," said Painba Cering, vice head of the Tibet regional library.

In the past, people used to repair damaged books using traditional methods, such as sewing books with thread or pasting pages with starch, which can lead to more damage to these vulnerable books, Painba Cering said.

The newly founded center will improve the restoration and protection of ancient Tibetan books, he said.

A 10-day ancient book restoration training workshop also opened on Tuesday, with 42 trainees from different monasteries and cultural relics protection departments across the region.

XI'AN, Aug. 30 (Xinhua) -- Chinese online retailer JD plans to roll out a drone that can carry packages weighing as much as 200 kilograms for long-distance deliveries.

Developed by the Beijing-based company, the new drone VT1 with a hybrid gas-electric engine is 3.4 meters long and can cover a 200-kilometer radius, according to JD.

JD said the new drone was in testing. The drone service will transport goods between distribution stations rather than to customers directly.

Xiao Jun, vice president of JD, said the VT1 could carry heavier parcels and travel over a longer time. The drones will not be affected by traffic congestion and can improve delivery efficiency and save logistic costs.

JD started conducting trial deliveries using drones in 2016. Smaller drones are being used in the city of Xi'an in Shaanxi Province and the city of Suqian in Jiangsu Province.

From June to July 31, the delivery drones, which can carry items weighing between 15 kg and 30 kg, have flown more than 800 times and traveled over 4,000 km in Xi'an, according to the company.

JD announced in May that it planned to invest 20.5 billion yuan (3 billion U.S. dollars) over the next five years to build a logistics hub in Xi'an.

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SAN DIEGO, March 25 (Xinhua) -- A Chinese doctor saved a collapsed American woman while touring the Sea World in San Diego, California last month, the U.S. theme park confirmed Wednesday. The noble act has gained tons of thumbs up in China's social media sphere.

The rescuer turned out to be Tang Ziren, a supervisor at the emergency department of Beijing Chaoyang Hospital. Writing in his Sina Weibo account on March 21, China's equivalent to Twitter, Tang said he performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) on a U.S. woman who collapsed around 10 meters away from him due to a sudden cardiac arrest.

"I continued chest compressions for about 10 minutes and successfully revived the patient after a rescue team arrived," Tang wrote. Since then the post was flooded by over 50,000 "likes" and more than 9,000 comments and reposts.

"He was nice. He has saved someone's life," said Lionel Thomas Jr, supervisor of customer service of the Sea World, who rushed to the scene at the time. He told Xinhua that the incident happened at around 1 p.m. on Feb. 22 and right over the Shipwreck Rapids of the park.

"The guest was in condition of low stroke. A gentleman came over and said 'I am doctor'. He assisted and so he gave CPR until our service assists came over and the fire department came," Thomas recalled.

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