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Workers at the China Conservation and Research Center for the Giant Panda in Wolong, Southwest China's Sichuan province, help a panda named Huchun begin her journey to a zoo in Indonesia on Sept 27, 2017Yingluck denied all the charges when giving her closing oral statement on Aug 1, arguing she was not responsible for the day-to-day running of the scheme and insisted she was a victim of political persecutionIn the scheme, Yingluck's government paid Thai rice farmers inflated prices for their crops, driving up global rice pricesFile photo shows ousted former Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra arrives at the criminal court in Bangkok, Thailand, Sept 29, 2015[Photo/Agencies]BANGKOK - Thailand's Supreme Court on Wednesday found former Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra guilty of malfeasance in a loss-ridden rice subsidy program and sentenced her in absentia to five years in jailYingluck did not show up at the court and has so far not made any public comment on the verdictIn an announcement released by the court, it read that even though the unmilled rice program was an act according to government policy that the cabinet had stated to the National Assembly, if the implementation of such policy was not in accordance with law, such acts could be inspected by the judicial processPrime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said on Tuesday that he knows where the ousted former prime minister is but will not disclose her whereabouts until the verdict is deliveredAfter a trial running over two years, the Supreme Court's Criminal Division for Holders of Political Positions began reading the verdict at 11 am local time and continued for nearly four hoursThe subsidy scheme did not work, costing the country 8 billion US dollars and leaving it with vast stockpiles of riceIt was reported that she had fled to Dubai where her brother, former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, lives in self-imposed exile avoiding a 2008 sentence for corruptionHer lawyer said she was ill with an ear problem and could not appear in courtThe verdict was supposed to be read on Aug 25, but Yingluck, the country's first woman prime minister, failed to show upThe court then issued an arrest warrant on her and postponed the verdictYingluck could be sentenced to as much as 10 years in prison if found guilty of negligence over a costly rice subsidy scheme that helped to bring her to power in an election in 2011"The ginger output of the base can reach nearly 100,000 kg, whose production value is one million yuan ($150,716) as long as appropriate technologies and management skills are used," said WangHe studied at China Three Gorges University and has lived in China for 11 years, during which he fell in love with Lyu Xueqin, a woman from Enshi, Hubei province, who became his wife laterKottuvala Abdul Mateed from India helps his Chinese father-in-law to expand their ginger business abroadcn]A 31-year-old Indian in Central China's Hubei province cultivates ginger with his Chinese father-in-law at their home village and exports it to countries in Asia, North America and Latin America, Chutian Metropolis Daily reportedThe family's business also received local government's support, which arranged experts from universities to provide guidance and helped them construct a cellar, which is capable of storing 150,000 kg of gingerThe couple established a company in South China's Guangdong province to export various agriculture products, including ginger, to countries, such as India, Saudi Arabia, Brazil and United States, through Dubai portThe man, originally from New Delhi, gave himself a Chinese name called Wang Wei, same as one of the most famous poets in Tang Dynasty (618-907)The seeds grew up successfully and they decided to set up a ginger cultivation base spread over 2Last year, Wang together with his father-in-law, Lyu Weiping, brought ginger seeds and cultivation technology to their home village in Hubei after inspecting them in East China's Shandong provinceThe two sides will exchange views on bilateral ties, US President Donald Trump's visit to China this year, and major international and regional issues, Lu saidBEIJING - US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson will visit China on Sept30 at the invitation of Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Lu Kang said WednesdayThe training course on the Chinese lion dance is part of the 2017 China Africa Cultures in Focus, an activity held by the Bureau for External Cultural Relations of Chinese Ministry of Culture to strengthen the cultural communication between China and African countriesThey kept practicing from morning until night, trying to master the basic skills of lion dance, routines and instrumental music within a short periodThe cultural center of the Jinpu New Area has undertaken the course for three consecutive years since 2015

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