A devastating bombing at a peace rally in Ankara killed or injured more than 100. The government suspects ISIL as perpetrators. The Global Times published an editorial urging for Turkey to reassess its attitudes toward fundamentalism, saying that the government’s position is not always clear.
Today’s section covers the second subsection entitled“新疆问题”and covers the Global Times editorial content, which urges Turkey to be vigilant and consistent in their anti-terrorism activities.
Proponents of the Oxford comma often claim that its inclusion makes lists more logical and legible in the middle of a sentence. I wonder how they would feel about the Chinese serial comma/enumeration comma, 顿号（、）, which explicitly declares that the objects being separated are part of a list and delineates where the list may start and end.
(adapted from the article) Beijing claims that these types of people want to go to Syria and Iraq to wage jihad.
There are goats, deer, wild cows, and wild camels on the mountain.
You do not have to include an enumeration comma before the last item, or if you do, you do not need to include a conjunction as you would need to in English.
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- (fǎnhuá) anti-Chinese
- (yīnshìpín) audio and video
- (xùlìyà) Syria
- (biǎotài) to declare one’s position
- (guānjiàn) crucial, pivotal, key
- (xiétiáo) negotiation, coordination
- (xíngjìng) behavior, conduct
- (jǐngshì) alert, warning
- (hūyù) to appeal, to call on
- (shènzhòng) cautious, prudent