• Around China September 18, 2021

    Election Committee subsector elections to open new chapter in HK democracy

    The upcoming Election Committee subsector elections reflect greater democratic representation, diverse competitiveness and institutional progress from multiple perspectives.

  • Economy September 15, 2021

    18th China-ASEAN Expo concludes with record deals

    The 18th China-ASEAN Expo and the concurrent China-ASEAN Business and Investment Summit concluded Monday in Nanning, the capital of south China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.

  • Around China September 8, 2021

    World Heritage Sites in China: Chengde Mountain Resort

    The Chengde Mountain Resort, some 230 km north of Beijing, was built in 1703 during the Qing Dynasty. It's one of China's best-known imperial retreats. In 1994, the Mountain Resort and its Outlying Temples were added to the list of World Cultural Heritage sites

  • Society September 7, 2021

    Xiaokang by numbers: A closer look at better lives in China

    China has completed building a xiaokang society, or a moderately prosperous society in all respects. But what does a xiaokang society look like? The figures will tell you in this video — take a look!

  • Sci-Tech September 6, 2021

    China's biomimetic robot dives up to 1,025 meters in test swim

    Chinese researchers have accomplished a test swim of a biomimetic robot in the shape of a manta ray, or devilfish, that can flap its wings and slide underwater in the South China Sea. It dives up to 1,025 meters.

  • Economy September 2, 2021

    Sneak peek of upcoming services trade fair in China

    The 2021 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) will be held from Sept.2 to Sept.7 in Beijing.

  • Economy August 26, 2021

    A look at China's July economic data

    China's economic growth was in line with expectations and shows recovery momentum in July, with employment and commodity prices remaining stable according to the National Bureau of Statistics.

  • Environment August 26, 2021

    Green transformation of fishery in China's Ningxia

    After years of development, the combination of green planting and fishery breeding system has become a model of local fishery development, energy saving and emission reduction.

  • Sci-Tech August 23, 2021

    Digital economy leads the future with intelligence technology

    Self-driving cars, AI robots, and BeiDou Navigation Satellite System caught the attention of exhibitors of the Digital Economy Exhibition of the fifth China-Arab States Expo, which just concluded on Sunday in China's Ningxia. Click to find out how the digital economy leads the future.

  • Around China August 20, 2021

    Lighting up the Roof of the World

    Lhasa, capital of China's Tibet and the "City of Sunshine," used to suffer electricity shortages. Now, a unified plateau power network has lit up Tibet on its way towards high-quality development.

  • Around China August 18, 2021

    China puts people first in the battle against COVID-19

    Amid a new cluster of COVID-19 cases in the Chinese city of Zhangjiajie, the willingness of local authorities, medical workers, and volunteers to readily assist is highlighting China's approach to tackling the virus.

  • Economy August 17, 2021

    Welcome to the 5th China-Arab States Expo

    The 5th China-Arab States Expo, with the theme of "Deepening economic and trade cooperation, jointly building the Belt and Road", will be held from August 19 to 22, in Yinchuan, Ningxia Hui autonomous region.

  • Around China August 16, 2021

    76 years ago, why Japan's surrender ceremony held in China's Zhijiang county

    After the Japanese government announced its unconditional surrender on August 15, 1945, China's top priority was to determine the place for accepting Japan's unconditional surrender. After serious studies and considerations, it was believed that Zhijiang in Hunan had all the conditions and factors to accept Japan's unconditional surrender. Finally, on August 17, 1945, Zhijiang, Hunan was identified as the site where the Chinese war zone accepted the Japanese surrender.

  • Culture August 13, 2021

    World Heritage Sites in China: Mount Wudang

    Click to see the ancient Chinese Taoism building complex at Mount Wudang, which UNESCO included on the World Cultural Heritage List in 1994.

  • Society August 12, 2021

    Documentary: 2020+1: Through Pandemic to Olympics

    Xinhua reporters have been following and shooting seven Chinese Olympians for one and a half years, keeping track of how they lived, thought, dreamed about, and trained for the Olympics.

  • Around China August 11, 2021

    A glimpse of tomato harvest season in Xinjiang, China

    It's tomato harvesting season in Xinjiang, China. The arid climate and large discrepancy between day and night temperatures have made Xinjiang a perfect place to grow top-quality tomatoes.

  • Around China August 10, 2021

    Tibet township reaping rewards from tourism boom

    By taking advantage of its amazing highland sceneries, Lulang in Nyingchi city, Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, has lifted out of poverty and finds a path to wealth.

  • Around China August 10, 2021

    Moments of China's 38 golds at Tokyo 2020

    A review of China's highlights in winning 38 gold medals at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.

  • Around China August 9, 2021

    How China guards against Delta variant

    The recent spread of the highly infectious Delta variant of the novel coronavirus in many parts of China has highlighted the resilience of the country's epidemic-control system.

  • Around China August 2, 2021

    Ambitious Taiwan entrepreneurs seek dreams in Beijing

    Ambitious and determined, three Taiwan entrepreneurs have found their stage to realize their dreams in Beijing's Zhongguancun, China's "Silicon Valley."

  • Around China July 30, 2021

    China's rural youths return home as aspiring agricultural professionals

    As China announced victory over poverty earlier this year, rural areas have marched on a new journey toward vitalization. Fruit and vegetable cultivation has played an important role in making Chinese farmers rich. More and more young Chinese return to hometowns like Liu Shuang to start their own planting businesses. With professional skills and novel ideas of management, they are bringing new vitality to China's rural economic development.

  • Around China July 27, 2021

    Tourism helps shake off poverty in China's ancient village

    Tourism has become a popular business for villagers of Azheke in southwest China's Yunnan Province. The influx of visitors has helped the villagers shake off poverty and preserve their traditional ethnic culture at the same time.

  • Around China July 22, 2021

    Animation: Where is the patient zero of COVID-19?

    As COVID-19 sweeps through the world, medical scientists are racing to find the origin of the outbreak, specifically, to locate patient zero of the disease. However, scientists said it is extremely difficult to find patient zero of a contagious disease. Scientists have yet to find patient zero for the 1918 influenza pandemic, HIV or the H1N1 influenza in 2009.

  • Economy July 21, 2021

    How China's H1 growth fuels global recovery

    The world's second largest economy just released its semi-annual report, with its GDP expanding 7.9 percent in the second quarter and 12.7 percent in the first half. What is driving the growth and why is it relevant to the rest of the world? We explain everything you need to know about China's H1 economic data in about three minutes.

  • Belt & Road July 21, 2021

    NW China's Horgos port sees over 15,000 China-Europe freight train trips

    The number of trips made by the China-Europe freight trains via the Horgos port in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has exceeded 15,000 as of July 18, customs figures showed.

  • Belt & Road July 19, 2021

    Tracing ancient Silk Road through rutted road in NW China

    A thousand-year-old stone road in Qingyang City, northwest China's Gansu Province could prove the existence of the northern section of the ancient Silk Road in the province. Find out what a researcher has to say.

  • Culture July 19, 2021

    Tourism helps shake off poverty in China's ancient village

    Tourism has become a popular business for villagers of Azheke in southwest China's Yunnan Province. The influx of visitors has helped the villagers shake off poverty and preserve their traditional ethnic culture at the same time.

  • Environment July 16, 2021

    Saihanba: From barren wilderness to a green home

    Thanks to constant struggle of generations of foresters in Saihanba, a "green Great Wall" has risen from the sands. Click to watch their story.

  • Around China July 14, 2021

    New road brings hope in Tibet

    Yumed township in China's Tibet used to be a village with only three people, including Drokar. The biggest wish for her was to have a road, which could connect Yumed and the outside world. Find out how her wish come true.

  • Around China July 13, 2021

    Green energy of Xinjiang boosts China's carbon neutrality

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a region rich in energy resources, transmitted over 59 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of locally generated electricity to other parts of China in the first half of the year, up 34 percent year on year, helping to reduce carbon emissions nationwide.

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