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BEIJING Cheap Jordan Howard Jersey , Aug. 11 (Xinhua) -- Chinese swimming team returned from Kazan World Championships in truimph on Tuesday morning.
China trailed the United States and Australia to rank third with five gold, one silver and seven bronze medals in Kazan World Championships.
Chinese swimming official Shang Xiutang spoke highly of the performance of Chinese swimming team in Kazan World Championships, expecially the victory of Ning Zetao in 100-meter freestyle. Shang Xiutang said that the short distance freestyle is just like the sprint event in track and field.
Besides, Shang Xiutang emphasized that the preparation for Kasan as well as the contest itself will be of important significance to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games.
Though Chinese society has shown signs of increasing tolerance toward sexual minorities, student LGBT activists say that they still face discrimination and even bullying on campus.
Qiu Bai, first from left, holds signs and the rainbow flag with friends outside the Beijing First Intermediate People's Court on Monday. Photo: Courtesy of Qiu Bai
Xiao Qi (pseudonym) wants universities to be more inclusive toward LGBT students.
She Custom Chicago Bears Jersey , along with 100 other signatories, has asked one college to consider this proposal in a joint letter to the president of the Guangdong University of Foreign Studies (GUFS).
The institution, in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province has not replied to her more than a month after she sent the letter.
The letter came hot on the heels of another controversial proposal in which one lesbian student asked her girlfriend to marry her at a GUFS graduation ceremony this June. GUFS said the proposal "violated regulations," and one of the students had her diploma withheld and the other was outed to her parents without her knowledge.
Meanwhile, thousands of miles away in Beijing Chicago Bears Vapor Untouchable Jerseys , college student Qiu Bai (pseudonym) just finished her court case against theMinistry of Education on Monday, though the results have not yet been made public. This case is the latest step in Qui Bai's fight to remove material from college textbooks which she says "smears" LGBT people.
Qiu Bai, who studies at Guangdong's Sun Yat-sen University, said she started to worry about her sexual orientation after reading psychology textbooks in college which she describes as "toxic" because they describe gay people has having a "disease.".
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