• International Cooperation September 27, 2018

    Chinese medical services boost healthcare in Africa

    Since the first Chinese medical team arrived in Africa in 1963, all kinds of non-profitable Chinese medical services have contributed to the continent's healthcare and saved the lives of tens of thousands of people.

  • White Paper September 27, 2018

    China's white paper 'quite effective' in outlining its trade stance: experts

    The white paper just released by China on its trade friction with the United States has been "quite effective" in defending the legitimacy of its positions on trade and innovation while highlighting U.S. trade bullying and intimidation, experts said.

  • Around China September 26, 2018

    Poverty on the wane in uninhabitable Xihaigu

    Xihaigu has witnessed enormous changes as the country has been waging war on poverty.

  • Around China September 21, 2018

    Rapid rail to boost HK growth

    The Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link will promote the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's long-term prosperity and its integration into national development by enhancing people-to-people, economic and trade contacts with the Chinese mainland, according to the head of the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office.

  • Around China September 20, 2018

    60 years of Ningxia: Development with glory

    Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region is a land with a long history that depicts the diversity of Chinese culture, honoring the unity of ethnic minorities, and demonstrating how the Ningxia people diligently work for a better life.

  • Culture September 19, 2018

    China museum guide commemorates war history to promote peace

    The 9.18 Historical Museum, which hosts 1 million visitors annually, has become a major place for China to host the activities in commemoration of the war against Japanese aggression.

  • Around China September 18, 2018

    Reform and opening up reshapes pioneering area in Shanghai

    The backwardness associated with Pudong in Shanghai has long become a thing of the past after 28 years of development, during which the area has turned into a new symbol and pioneer of the country's reform and opening up.

  • Economy September 18, 2018

    WEF founder optimistic about China's growth

    Klaus Schwab, founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum (WEF), said Monday that he's optimistic about China's economic growth.

  • International Exchanges September 17, 2018

    African youths hold high expectations for China's initiatives on Africa

    As for opportunities that may come along, young Africans hold high expectations that the eight initiatives can further promote win-win cooperation and common development between China and Africa.

  • International Cooperation September 14, 2018

    China-Mongolia ties poised for bright future

    As close neighbors, China and Mongolia have long respected each other and endeavored to deepen cooperation across the board.

  • International Cooperation September 14, 2018

    Russia's Far East, a land with huge potential for regional growth

    Russia's Far East has been witnessing an infrastructure building boom as the region is seeking investment and cooperation in local development.

  • Economy September 13, 2018

    China, ASEAN committed to advancing trade amid rising protectionism

    On Wednesday, the 15th China-ASEAN Expo opened in the south China city of Nanning, putting fresh impetus into regional trade at a time when the anti-globalization sentiment in many parts of the world has imposed threats to regional economic integration.

  • Environment September 11, 2018

    Saihanba: A green miracle passed on from generation to generation

    Over the past five decades, three generations of people have increased Saihanba's forest cover from about 10 percent in the 1960s to 80 percent today, creating a green miracle in saving the Chinese capital from desertification.

  • International Exchanges September 11, 2018

    From Bicester to Blue Badge guides, Britain caters to Chinese tourists

    Overall, 337,000 visitors from China spent more than 900 million U.S. dollars during their stay in the UK last year, rising by 29 and 35 percent respectively, according to VisitBritain, the country's tourist board.

  • Around China September 10, 2018

    An American's love affair with a Chinese city

    Xiamen was one of China's five earliest special economic zones. With heavy investment from Taiwan and Hong Kong, as well as foreign countries, it has been at the forefront of China's reform and opening up.

  • International Exchanges September 4, 2018

    African youths in China fascinated by technology, culture

    According to the Ministry of Education, 61,594 African students were on campus in Chinese universities, research institutions and other educational institutions in 2016.

  • Around China September 3, 2018

    Inner Mongolia eyes opportunities through Silk Road

    The ancient trade depot sees an opportunity to relive the past grandeur since the Belt and Road Initiative was put forward by China five years ago.

  • International Cooperation September 3, 2018

    FOCAC Beijing summit to set new path for China-Africa cooperation

    The 2018 Beijing summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation aims to build a closer China-Africa community with a shared future, further dovetail China's Belt and Road Initiative with African development, set a new path for a higher level of China-Africa cooperation, and deepen people-to-people exchanges.

  • International Cooperation August 31, 2018

    2018 FOCAC Beijing Summit: What to expect

    A current roadmap for China-Africa cooperation in the new era is one eagerly awaited outcome of the 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC), which will begin on Sept. 3.

  • Economy August 30, 2018

    Expert: Globalization contributes to China's reform and opening up

    ​The success of China's reform and opening up is largely attributed to globalization that put China on a fast track of development, said a professor of economics at Tokyo Keizai University.

  • Economy August 30, 2018

    China's private businesses gain momentum amid challenges

    China's private businesses have gained momentum in 2017, adding to positive signs of an economy that pushes forward high-quality growth.

  • Society August 30, 2018

    Into Africa, Chinese tourists charmed by natural beauty

    In recent years, African countries have taken a top spot as popular destinations among Chinese tourists.

  • International Cooperation August 29, 2018

    Fruitful results of China-Africa cooperation in industrialization

    China and Africa, over the past three years, have yielded rich fruits from their cooperation in industrialization, a significant area to propel Africa's social development, economic transformation, and improvement of people's livelihood.

  • Culture August 27, 2018

    The Nadun Festival: World's longest carnival for farmers

    The Nadun Festival, celebrated by the Tu ethnic minority group, falls between the 12th day of the seventh month and the 15th day of the ninth month on the Chinese lunar calendar (August 22 to October 23 on the Gregorian calendar this year).

  • Society August 24, 2018

    Winning the last battle against poverty

    China recently released a guideline on winning the battle against poverty in the next three years to prepare the nation for eradicating poverty by 2020.

  • Culture August 23, 2018

    Confucius Institutes a bedrock of China's growing cultural ties with Africa

    From zero presence in Africa before 2005, the number of Confucius Institutes has risen to a total of 48 in 2018, according to data compiled by Development Reimagined.

  • International Cooperation August 23, 2018

    'Proud to be part of environment-friendly China-funded company'

    "Being a member of an environmentally friendly China-funded company, I'm really proud," Rubber-tired gantry cranes operator Ekanayaka said at the Colombo International Container Terminals in Sri Lanka.

  • International Cooperation August 21, 2018

    Chinese medical services boost healthcare in Africa

    Since the first Chinese medical team arrived in Africa in 1963, all kinds of non-profitable Chinese medical services have contributed to the continent's healthcare and saved the lives of tens of thousands of people.

  • Around China August 21, 2018

    Building a highway through the 'sea of death'

    The third highway is being built to across he Taklamakan, which is known as the "sea of death" across China.

  • International Exchanges August 18, 2018

    UN official hails China's contribution to improving public health in Africa

    A UN official has applauded China's contribution to African countries in improving their public health, saying that China has provided "a wealth of urgently needed support" ranging from infrastructure construction, technology, financial assistance, and personnel training.

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