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BEIJING Authentic Chris Webber Jersey , Aug. 7 (Xinhua) -- Renowned Hollywood composer Klaus Badelt is seeking to internationalize Tibetan music by combining original folk melody with symphony.

He has been working on the musical "Dream", which mixes original music from Lhasa, capital of southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, and Baingoin county of Nagqu Prefecture.

"It's an amazing opportunity for an artist to explore the rich history of Tibet," Badelt said.

Best known for film scores for Pirates of the Caribbean and Pearl Harbor, and as the only western composer in the Beijing Olympics closing ceremony, Badelt was drawn by the exotic music of Tibet when he first heard it.

During his first research visit to Tibet, an 83-year-old musician who had lived and worked in Tibet for more than 46 years shared with him all his collections of original Tibetan music.

"We were stunned when we heard it, we can feel the power of the music although we don't even understand the lyrics," said Yang Gefang, music director for "Dream", who was on the same trip.

"I feel like Tibetan music can be appreciated by all people despite their language and skin color," said Yang.

According to Yang, Badelt said most music has good and bad sections, but Tibetan music is "all beautiful".

After their trip, Badelt decided to keep the original songs and dances without changing them.

"My intention is to be very true to the original ancient song and dance. I want to incorporate and be influenced and inspired by these songs and dances," Badelt said.

Zhang Yuan, CEO of the Kalavinka company, which invested in the musical, agreed with Badelt's decision.

"Original Tibetan music is like a fine cooking ingredient. What we need to do now is to simply fry it and decorate the plate with symphony and some modern elements to make it look nicer," Zhang said. "The music is so beautiful and touching that it seems disrespectful to make any kind of change."

The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra was invited to partake in the musical, marking the first time a renowned orchestra has played Tibetan music.

As for the dancing, Yin Mei, department head and tenured professor of Queens College of The City University of New York, was invited to help choreograph.

"It's my first time seeing Tibetan dance, it is nothing like any of the dances I've learned and known before," Yin said. "There's something so pure and so true to life that cannot be described through language and techniques. I feel like I'm just a student."

Twenty-one untrained dancers from Baingoin county have been selected to dance in the musical.

Ngodrup, a young man who has lived his whole life on the grassland in Baingoin, arrived in Beijing with the rest of local dancers in July for rehearsal.

He said dancing and singing are the happiest things in his life. He promised to bring his best performance and help more people appreciate original Tibetan music.

The musical is adopted from a real story. It's about a photographer who was saved from a snowstorm by Tibetans and repaid them by helping a sick Tibetan girl seek care. The opening of Qinghai-Tibet railway finally made it possible for the girl to be treated inland.

The musical will be performed in Beijing's National Centre for the Performing Arts in October.

Britain's outgoing ambassador to the European Union has strongly criticized the government's approach to Brexit negotiations in a farewell email to his staff.

Ivan Rogers said the British approach to the upcoming Brexit talks has been hindered by "ill-founded arguments" and "muddled thinking."

His harsh critiques were made public when the email was published by British media Wednesday. He had resigned the day before, months earlier than expected.

In the blunt email, Rogers says top civil servants preparing for talks with EU negotiators still don't know the British government's priorities.

Prime Minister Theresa May has said Britain will formally trigger exit talks by the end of March.

Rogers had earlier said it would take longer than expected to reach new trade deals and that the process might fail.

BRUSSELS, July 9 (Xinhua) -- The European Commission (EC) has imposed a fine of 428 million euros (580 U.S. dollars) on French pharmaceutical company Servier and five producers of generic medicines for delaying the entry of cheaper generic medicine.

The commission said Servier and the other five companies, namely Niche Unichem, Matrix (now part of Mylan), Teva, Krka and Lupin, are involved in a series of deals aimed at protecting Servier's bestselling blood pressure medicine perindopril from price competition in the EU.

The strategy used by Servier is implemented through a technology acquisition and a series of patent settlements with generic rivals.

"Servier had a strategy to systematically buy out any competitive threats to make sure that they stayed out of the market," European Commission Vice-President Joaquin Almunia, the commission's competition policy chief, said in a statement. "Such behavior is clearly anti-competitive and abusive."

Perindopril is a blockbuster blood pressure control medicine and used to be Servier's best-selling product.

Almunia said competitors cannot agree to share markets or market rents instead of competing, even when these agreements are in the form of patent settlements. "Such practices directly harm patients, national health systems and taxpayers," he said.

He urged pharmaceutical companies to focus their efforts on innovating and competing "rather than attempting to extract extra rents from patients."

Addressing a press conference on Wednesday, he said Servier kept competitors off the market thanks to secondary patents -- that is to say, patents which did not protect the molecule itself but other aspects such as the manufacturing processes of the medicine.

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