• Around China January 13, 2021

    Beijing administrative center becomes highland for emerging industries

    Despite the freezing cold, construction on a museum, a theater, and a library in eastern Beijing's Tongzhou District is progressing in full swing.

  • Environment January 12, 2021

    Yangtze environment and mining safety improved

    A slew of ministry-level departments, including those responsible for the environment, earthquake warnings, coal mines and industries, have responded recently to matters of public concern.

  • Around China January 12, 2021

    Moving into prosperity: Wuwei's story of ending poverty

    People who lived in the vast mountains of Wuwei, northwestern China's Gansu province, never imagined that someday they could move into a new world. Their lives have totally changed thanks to the country's poverty reduction policies.

  • Around China January 11, 2021

    Foreigners see China's victory against poverty on trip

    At the end of 2020, all of China's nearly 100 million impoverished rural residents living below the current poverty line had shaken off poverty. All of the 832 poor counties, including Jinzhai, had been lifted out of poverty.

  • Around China January 11, 2021

    Chinese police's role highlighted as nation marks first Police Day

    Sunday marks the first Chinese People's Police Day, which falls on every Jan. 10, corresponding with the country's emergency call number of 110.

  • Sci-Tech January 8, 2021

    China's top 10 sci-tech triumphs in 2020

    2020 saw Chinese teams visit the world's deepest ocean and bring back samples from the moon. Let's take a look at the country's top 10 sci-tech achievements during the year.

  • International Cooperation January 7, 2021

    Expectations running high on China amid daunting global challenges

    With the world striving to tackle the pandemic, economic woes, climate change and various other global challenges, more and more solution-seekers are looking to China for inspiration and insight.

  • Environment January 7, 2021

    China's carbon trading efforts could serve as model

    A national carbon trading mechanism that has been put into operation in China could help promote the country's climate progress with market-based, cost-friendly solutions. The endeavor in the world's largest developing country could be a model for other nations as they explore viable climate actions, experts from home and abroad said.

  • Economy January 7, 2021

    China's economy to keep recovering with proactive fiscal policy

    China would keep its macroeconomic policies consistent next year by not making any "sudden turns" as the foundation of its economic recovery is "not yet solid."

  • Economy January 6, 2021

    Overseas companies hail expanded opening-up

    Foreign businesses benefit from ongoing steps taken by China in the past year to open up its economy.

  • International Cooperation January 6, 2021

    China walks the talk on COVID-19 vaccine sharing

    The international community has long been cleaved by deep disparities in wealth, education and even access to vital necessities such as electricity and clean water. The provision of COVID-19 vaccines must not add to that.

  • Economy January 6, 2021

    New trends to watch for China's economy in 2021

    Consumption could emerge as the key growth driver for the Chinese economy in 2021 thanks to further job market recovery, the revival of consumer confidence as well as more policy support, economists predicted.

  • Environment January 5, 2021

    Yangtze witnesses a green renaissance

    The Yangtze has fed people living along its banks with a wealth of natural resources for thousands of years. One of the cradles of Chinese civilization, it is the nation's mother river.

  • Environment January 4, 2021

    Nation prioritizes improving energy mix

    Coal still ranks high on China's energy consumption source list, but that does not mean there will be any lessening of the nation's arduous efforts to peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and realize carbon neutrality-net zero carbon dioxide emissions-before 2060.

  • Around China January 4, 2021

    Bullish growth prospects forecast for country

    After a tumultuous year that most people would prefer to forget, what now for 2021?

  • Economy January 4, 2021

    China-EU investment agreement to inject new life into global economic recovery

    China and the European Union (EU) on Wednesday announced they have completed investment agreement negotiations as scheduled.

  • Around China December 30, 2020

    2020 in review, China pursues green growth despite COVID-19

    The year 2020 witnessed a series of remarkable moves in China's history, including a 10-year fishing ban along the Yangtze River, a total ban on importing solid waste, and the conclusion of a three-year action plan on fighting against air pollution.

  • Economy December 29, 2020

    Digital yuan parades its strengths during trial

    China's digital yuan, although still being piloted, promises to include more people in this fast-developing digital era, making daily life easier and digital payment more secure.

  • Around China December 28, 2020

    New railway links Beijing with 'city of future' for coordinated development

    The Beijing-Xiong'an intercity railway opened to traffic on Sunday, connecting the Chinese capital with the country's "city of the future" -- the Xiong'an New Area.

  • International Exchanges December 25, 2020

    China-LatAm community with shared future sets example of solidarity against common challenges

    Like a giant ship unperturbed by choppy waters, the relationship between China and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has been sailing steadily amid a turbulent 2020.

  • Around China December 25, 2020

    Biodiversity recovering in China's longest river with fishing ban

    The biodiversity is recovering in the Yangtze, with the species number increasing, endangered species protected, and water quality further improved.

  • Around China December 24, 2020

    China pushes forward opening-up despite trials of 2020

    When China's decades-long opening-up met a pandemic on a scale unseen for over a century, the country chose not to slow down or postpone steps to connect its economy further with the rest of the world.

  • Around China December 24, 2020

    Beijing 2022 wades through challenges in pandemic-disrupted year

    Adjusting accordingly with flexible and innovative measures, the Beijing 2022 Organizing Committee (BOCOG), in a joint effort with the International Olympic Committee (IOC), International Paralympic Committee (IPC), International Winter Sports Federations (IFs) and other stakeholders, managed to keep preparations well on track towards honoring its promise five years ago when the city was awarded the Games.

  • Around China December 24, 2020

    How Qomolangma rose to new heights

    The measuring work carried out on Qomolangma this year, which also assessed snow depth, weather conditions and wind speed, will help glacier monitoring and environmental protection work.

  • International Cooperation December 23, 2020

    A world evolving at faster pace amid ravaging pandemic

    With the COVID-19 pandemic fast changing the world, humankind has suffered a major setback in 2020. Faced with unprecedented changes, risks and uncertainties, people are forced to rethink the path into the future.

  • Society December 23, 2020

    China considers anti-food-waste law to ensure food security

    Chinese lawmakers on Tuesday began deliberating a draft law on preventing food waste to ensure food security.

  • Society December 22, 2020

    Giant strides taken to conquer poverty

    This year, the authorities have raced to erase the last traces of absolute poverty on the Chinese mainland.

  • Economy December 21, 2020

    Measures to usher in new stage of growth

    Beijing will roll out a number of proactive measures next year to further upgrade supply and boost demand, ushering China's economy into a brand-new paradigm of high-quality growth, officials and experts said following a policy-setting meeting.

  • Economy December 21, 2020

    China's natural shoreline projects bear fruits

    Rizhao City has a coastline of 168.5 km. A natural deepwater port for coal export, Rizhao Port was opened in 1986. Currently, it has grown to be a comprehensive world-class port with two major port areas and an annual cargo throughput of over 400 million tonnes.

  • Economy December 18, 2020

    China's growth to boost world economic recovery

    As the year is drawing to a close, China's economic rebound from COVID-19 is gathering pace as mirrored by improvements in key growth figures, which, for many market watchers, are a boon for the world economy still scrambling to shake off the severest recession in nearly a century.

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