• Sci-Tech July 26, 2019

    China's commercial space industry takes off with successful orbital launch

    A carrier rocket developed by a Chinese private company successfully sent two satellites into orbit from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday.

  • Culture July 25, 2019

    Milestones of millennia: Role of jade in China history explored

    A new exhibition at the Palace Museum provides a panoramic view of the role played by jade in 5,000 years of Chinese culture, Wang Kaihao reports.

  • Economy July 23, 2019

    China-ASEAN trade continues to boom

    The 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) became China's second-largest trading partner in the first half of 2019, overtaking the United States for the first time since 1997.

  • Around China July 23, 2019

    'Color of China' captured in photo show

    A new show by French photographer Bruno Barbey plots four decades of development in China, uniquely etched in time thanks to the deep hues of Kodachrome film.

  • CPC July 22, 2019

    Cherishing the memory of the challenging Long March

    With all the twists, turns and countermarches along the 12,500-km-long journey, the soul-stirring stories of the legendary Long March starting in 1934 have taken on a new lease of life 85 years on.

  • Sci-Tech July 22, 2019

    Bidding farewell to Tiangong-2, China prepares for space station

    China's space lab Tiangong-2 reentered the earth's atmosphere under control Friday night, with a small amount of its debris falling into the predetermined safe sea area in the South Pacific, the China Manned Space Agency said.

  • Sci-Tech July 19, 2019

    Revisiting moon no longer a lunatic idea for Chinese

    Flying to the moon used to be a distant dream for China, a newcomer in the space club. Its first satellite, Dongfanghong-1, lifted off in 1970. Its first moon orbiter Chang'e-1 was launched in 2007, nearly half a century after the former Soviet Union and the United States sent theirs to fly by the moon.

  • Sci-Tech July 19, 2019

    All things connected: Technology helps Chinese live smarter

    Jiangxi is a national-level testing ground to develop the new generation of mobile IoT and explore its applications. Many local enterprises have launched digital transformation and carried out IoT technology pilot programs to enhance innovation and realize mass customization at a lower cost.

  • Sci-Tech July 12, 2019

    Earth's largest radio telescope to search for 'new worlds' outside solar system

    Astronomers from countries including China and France recently published their ambitious observation plan using the Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) in the academic journal Research in Astronomy and Astrophysics.

  • International Exchanges July 11, 2019

    Int'l forum on US-China relations calls for continued collaboration for win-win progress

    A high-level international forum on U.S.-China economic relations concluded here Wednesday with calls for continued collaboration between the world's top two economies to proceed with trade negotiations and realize win-win progress.

  • Education July 9, 2019

    Chinese universities broaden international outlook

    In the latest QS World University Rankings published by higher education analyst QS Quacquarelli Symonds in London, six mainland universities made it into the world's top 100.

  • Around China July 9, 2019

    Qinghai's Sanjiangyuan: Bluer water, greener mountains

    After China first piloted the national park system in 2016 with the establishment of Sanjiangyuan National Park in Northwest China's Qinghai province, environmental degradation there has been effectively curbed. The water quality has improved and the mountains have become greener.

  • Culture July 9, 2019

    Cultural crossroads

    A major exhibition examining the pivotal role played by the Tibetan Tubo regime in the Silk Road era is breaking new ground

  • Around China July 8, 2019

    Pioneering daily use of cutting-edge tech

    In Fuzhou, capital of East China's Fujian province, a white, 5G-enabled, sensor-rich agricultural robot moves between two rows of leafy greens in a greenhouse, collects data about the plants, and feeds it back to the control room.

  • Around China July 8, 2019

    From Moon to Mars, Chinese space engineers rise to new challenges

    Chinese engineers began plans for the Chang'e-1 lunar probe in the 1990s, when Sun joined the team. China only had a monitoring system for near-Earth satellites, and communication with the moon at a distance of 380,000 km was still a big challenge.

  • Culture July 8, 2019

    China claims 55 of UNESCO world heritages with new elected site

    China's Archaeological Ruins of Liangzhu City were on Saturday inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a cultural site, bringing the total number of the Asian country's sites on the list to 55.

  • Sci-Tech July 5, 2019

    China's sci-tech innovation persistence pays off with great human progress

    China has made great progress in science and technology in recent years, from probing space to exploring the deep sea, and from observing the universe to researching micro particles.

  • International Cooperation July 5, 2019

    China-Africa cooperation in high-gear, powering global growth

    China remains Africa's largest trading partner over the past decade with bilateral trade jumping by 20% year-on-year to US$204.2 billion in 2018.

  • Environment July 4, 2019

    Shanghai steps up garbage sorting for environment, green growth

    On Monday, Shanghai entered a new era of compulsory garbage sorting as the country wages war on a growing mountain of garbage to promote green growth and develop a circular economy.

  • Economy July 4, 2019

    China's economy resilient, rebalanced in H1

    China's economy, though facing headwinds, showed steady growth signalling high quality development in the first half of 2019, as the country's economic structure continued to optimize.

  • International Cooperation July 3, 2019

    China's greater opening promises shared prosperity

    Despite headwinds at home and abroad, policy makers, experts and business leaders at the Summer Davos Forum are upbeat about China's economic prospects, believing the country's further opening up would promise shared prosperity for the country and the world.

  • Economy July 3, 2019

    ​China's commitment to opening up welcomed by industry insiders

    Premier Li Keqiang's announcement on China's further opening up during the opening plenary of the Summer Davos receives warm applause from industry insiders at the event.

  • Diplomacy July 2, 2019

    70 years on, once backward China moves closer to world's center stage

    Once a backward country, China is now moving closer to the world's center stage. Through deep integration into the world, China has also left a profound impact on the world and is providing its own solution to those pressing global challenges.

  • CPC July 1, 2019

    Decoding success of Communist Party of China

    After 98 years, the Communist Party of China has grown from a small party of about 50 members into the world's largest ruling party, with more than 90 million members.

  • Economy July 1, 2019

    China's auto companies set to break the ice amid market slowdown

    Despite getting a late start, China's automobile manufacturers have been narrowing down the gap between global competitive players and embarked on a journey of becoming a globally popular auto retailer.

  • Around China June 28, 2019

    Freight trains on track to drive Xinjiang economy

    This is the fifth in a series of stories focusing on the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, looking at developments in the economy, the cultural and business sectors, and poverty alleviation measures.

  • International Exchanges June 28, 2019

    All eyes on G20 Osaka summit as global growth, multilateralism at crossroads

    Leaders of Group of 20 (G20) economies are gathering in Osaka, Japan for the annual paramount event of the group, as the world pins high hope on the high-stakes summit, scheduled for Friday and Saturday, to steer the global economy out of the current uncertainties and restore confidence in the multilateral system.

  • International Cooperation June 28, 2019

    China-Africa trade expo to forge closer economic partnership

    The first China-Africa Economic and Trade Expo opened Thursday in Changsha, capital of central China's Hunan Province, in a move to forge closer economic ties between the largest developing country and the largest developing continent.

  • Economy June 27, 2019

    Whither Sino-American economic relations?

    President Xi Jinping and his American counterpart are talking to each other and will continue to do so at the forthcoming G20 meeting in Japan. Nothing but good can come out of their finding a way to cooperate.

  • International Cooperation June 26, 2019

    China-Africa cooperation achieves new milestones

    The bubbly policeman symbolizes the strong ties China has forged with the CAR and the entire African continent across diverse spheres like culture, security, health, agriculture and power generation.

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