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It's at eye level, on a wall next to the Walk of Fame, just in front of the Dolby Theatre.


As usually happens when an actor or singer honored with a star dies, mourners have flocked to Ali's star to snap pictures and leave flowers since the heavyweight champion died Friday in Arizona at age 74.


Mounting the star on the wall was a break with tradition. Ali did not want people to walk upon his name.


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CANBERRA, June 17 (Xinhua) -- Australians retain warmer feelings to other English-speaking nations than to their neighbors in Asia, according to a new poll.


But Britain rated only third, behind the United States and New Zealand kd 7 aunt pearl for sale , in the Lowy Institute poll, the results of which were released on Tuesday.


The poll by the Sydney-based institute asked respondents to nominate Australia's 'best friend' from a list of six countries.


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These two and Britain ranked well above China, Indonesia and Japan, with only 11 percent choosing any of these nations as Australia's 'bestie.'


The poll was conducted in the lead-up to the Australia-UK Asia Dialogue, which the institute is jointly convening, to assess Australians' attitudes towards Britain.


It found more than eight in 10 Australians see the relationship with Britain as important, with 28 percent saying it is "very important."


Australians' warmth towards Britain has been a consistent feature of Lowy Institute polling kd 7 35 000 degrees for sale , with Britain scoring a warm 77 degrees on its 'thermometer' of feelings towards other countries of the world in 2013.


This warmth was based mainly on a shared history, with two- thirds citing "strong historical and cultural ties between the two countries."


Only 26 percent said it was because Britain was still a major economic and strategic power, while long-standing sporting rivalries between the two countries was seen by only 5 percent of Australians as the reason for the relationship between Britain and Australia being important.


Lowy Institute executive director Dr Michael Fullilove said it was an opportune time for Australia and Britain to focus on their relationship and shared interests in Asia and beyond.


"Our aim is strengthen our countries' efforts to engage with the region that is becoming the world's economic and strategic center of gravity," he said.


Sir John Holmes, director of fellow dialogue convenor, the Britain-based Ditchley Foundation kd 6 mvp for sale , said: "Both countries have plenty of expertise, but we come at the issues from different geographic angles. We aim to bring these complementary views together much more systematically."


This new annual Asia Dialogue was announced by the Australian foreign minister and the British foreign secretary at the Australia-UK ministerial (AUKMIN) meeting in March.


The first round is being held at Ditchley Park in Oxfordshire, Britain, from June 16 to 18, when experts and policy officials from the two countries gather to share perspectives on the challenges and opportunities in Asia, across strategy kd 6 meteorology for sale , economics and diplomacy.


The dialogue will provide policy recommendations to the Australian and British governments on steps they can take to advance their national interests in a changing Asia.


The Lowy Institute Australia-UK Poll reports the results of a nationally representative telephone survey of 1,207 respondents aged 18 years and over conducted by Newspoll between May 2 to 4, 2014. The approximate error margin for the poll is 2.8 percent.


BEIJING, May 27 (Xinhua) -- The glory days of English are fading in China.


Debate still rages over the value of studying English even after the Ministry of Education denied last week that English would be removed from the "gaokao", the national college entrance examination.


Those in favor of its removal say English study should be optional to ease the burden of students, while opponents insist it is a necessary ability for Chinese to understand the world.


The debate started in October last year when Beijing announced a plan to reduce the value of English by shifting points to Chinese in college and senior high school entrance exams from 2016. Other provinces decided that English would be offered to students above third grade (age 9-10) instead of from day one in primary school.


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In 1956, Premier Zhou Enlai called for the strengthening of translations of foreign books to help China's science development. More people were recruited to learn English, French and German. By the end of that year, 23 universities across China offered English as a major.


A decade later, the number was 74. Moreover, English was officially confirmed as the priority foreign language in a plan of the national educational authority in 1964.


However kd 6 ext floral for sale , the education system was destroyed in the Cultural Revolution, when English textbooks were full of translations of Chairman Mao's Quotations.


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