• Around China April 2, 2021

    Make election serve for better social, economic development: HK legal professional

    Chairman of the Hong Kong Legal Exchange Foundation Ma Yan Kwok said the focus on grassroots in the improvement of HKSAR's electoral system is significant to reflect the voice of the city's vast majority.

  • CPC April 1, 2021

    How the CPC leads China to success

    Founded 100 years ago with 13 delegates representing a scant 57 members, the Communist Party of China now numbers nearly 92 million and is one of the largest political parties in the world.

  • Around China March 31, 2021

    Farmers' cooperative brings vitality to black soil

    Spring farming is currently underway in northeast China's Jilin Province. As a local farmers' cooperative brings vitality to the black soil, Chinese President Xi Jinping has commended the path of agricultural cooperation that suits local conditions and benefits local people.

  • Around China March 5, 2021

    'Patriots governing Hong Kong': Logical and legitimate

    "Patriots governing Hong Kong" is a legitimate institutional design in line with the common sense of ordinary people.

  • Around China March 26, 2021

    Sci-tech experts work to spur rural economy under Xi's leadership

    China's mechanism of sending sci-tech experts to rural areas was initiated in 1999. How well it has worked?

  • CPC March 25, 2021

    CPC's success in transforming China great accomplishment: British sociologist

    What are major reasons for CPC's success in transforming China according to renowned British sociologist Martin Albrow? Check it out.

  • Economy March 25, 2021

    China's economy maintains growth momentum in Jan-Feb

    China's economy continued to recover in the first two months of the year, with major economic indicators surging from last year's low comparison base.

  • Environment March 24, 2021

    China leading the way to a greener future

    China re-emphasized its goal to peak carbon dioxide emissions before 2030 and aim for carbon neutrality before 2060, according to the Outline of the 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25) for Economic and Social Development and the Long-Range Objectives Through the Year 2035.

  • Economy March 23, 2021

    Strong start of China's foreign trade boosts world economy

    In the first two months of 2021, China's imports and exports of goods saw a strong start. The resilience of Chinese economy has injected impetus into the global economic recovery amid the pandemic.

  • Around China March 23, 2021

    How 'Ice Ribbon' was built

    Look back how the National Speed Skating Oval, known locally as the "Ice Ribbon," was built.

  • Environment March 22, 2021

    Beijing 2022 pictures a greener future

    The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics puts ecological protection first in the process of venue planning, construction, operation and post-games utilization.

  • International Exchanges March 17, 2021

    China's resolution of achieving high-quality development is applaudable: Arab experts

    During its annual sessions of the top legislature and top political advisory body, China has highlighted the importance of making efforts to achieve high-quality development.

  • Belt & Road March 16, 2021

    Belt and Road Initiative helps support countries in face of pandemic

    Despite the serious economic challenges caused by the COVID-19, the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative continues to flourish and supports the development of relevant countries.

  • International Exchanges March 15, 2021

    Ambassadors share views on how Belt and Road Initiative benefits the world

    The pandemic has dealt a heavy blow to the world since last year. China and countries along the Belt and Road continue to advance forward despite this, and strong resilience and vitality are shown in joint building of the Belt and Road. How does the international community see the Belt and Road? Ambassadors to China share their views.

  • Around China March 12, 2021

    Satellite maps reveal Wuhan's tough journey of economic recovery

    How can we see China's economic recovery? Besides numbers, one can also analyze satellite maps of Wuhan from February 2020. These images show how city lights have been increasing in the past months due to rebooted economic activities.

  • Sci-Tech March 11, 2021

    China to set a new speed record in ground transportation

    A prototype maglev train unveiled recently at Southwest Jiaotong University in Chengdu aims to set a new speed record for trains – the current record of 603 kilometers per hour is held by Japan's SCMaglev. China's answer to it is 620.

  • Around China March 10, 2021

    Ningxia blanketed in white

    On the last day of February, snow fell overnight in the Ningxia Hui autonomous region. A thick, white blanket covered the Tengger Desert and Helan Mountains and dusted the top of the Desert Star Hotel, creating a peaceful urban scene.

  • Aid March 10, 2021

    Chinese vaccines aid global anti-pandemic fight as public good

    China has provided COVID-19 vaccine aid or exported vaccines to dozens of countries, honoring its commitment to making the vaccines a "global public good."

  • National Defense March 10, 2021

    Is China's 2021 military spending too hefty?

    A draft budget report unveiled that China's defense spending in 2021 will be around 200 billion U.S. dollars. Is the figure growing too fast? Here are some facts we should cross check before answering that question.

  • Around China March 9, 2021

    Tales of Tibetans: My Home, Congo Village

    The remote, beautiful village of Congo in Tibet is Bachen's home. In her pursuit of opening a homestay, she encountered two turning points.

  • Economy March 8, 2021

    China adheres to high-quality growth on journey to modernization

    China has set a modest economic growth target for 2021, as the world's second-largest economy is experiencing fundamental changes with its development focus shifting from quantity to quality.

  • Diplomacy March 8, 2021

    China ready to work with US to return ties to right track: FM

    China is ready to work with the United States to return bilateral relations to the right track of healthy and steady growth, State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said Sunday.

  • 2021 NPC & CPPCC March 4, 2021

    2021 Two Sessions: what to expect and why?

    China's top legislature and political advisory body is to start annual sessions this week. International experts voiced their expectations on this year's Two Sessions as China begins new journey implementing its 14th Five-Year Plan(2021-2025).

  • 2021 NPC & CPPCC March 4, 2021

    Overseas experts' views on China's 'two sessions'

    China's "two sessions" are slated to convene this week, returning to the regular March schedule after last year's postponement to May due to the COVID-19 outbreak. What do foreign experts have to say about the arrangement?

  • 2021 NPC & CPPCC March 3, 2021

    Understanding China's 'two sessions' in a minute

    A key event on China's political calendar, the annual sessions of China's national legislature and top political advisory body, known as the "two sessions," will take place in Beijing.

  • Belt & Road March 3, 2021

    Belt and Road Initiative thrives despite pandemic

    In 2020, China and the countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative worked together to combat the COVID-19 pandemic, demonstrated the concept of a community with a shared future for mankind and achieved considerable results in many aspects, shining a hopeful light of recovery upon the world economy amid a severe recession under the pandemic. Watch this video to review the global progress made by the BRI last year.

  • Around China March 1, 2021

    Beyond the mountains: a poverty alleviation story

    Over the past 40 years, China has lifted 770 million rural residents out of poverty, contributing to more than 70% of global poverty reduction. Here's an animation showing part of China's poverty alleviation efforts.

  • Around China March 1, 2021

    China: Prescription for Poverty

    The 50-minute documentary "China: Prescription For Poverty" tells life-changing stories about hundreds of millions of people. Who are they? How did they fight poverty? What does it mean for the rest of the world? Our crew have travelled to where the battles were among the toughest, trying to unveil the secrets and wisdom behind China's war on poverty.

  • Culture February 26, 2021

    Chinese dance show recreates glamour of Tang Dynasty

    During Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, dance show "Night Banquet in the Tang Dynasty Palace" went viral on Chinese social media.

  • International Exchanges February 26, 2021

    Experts and diplomats on China's poverty alleviation achievement

    After years of continuous efforts, China has lifted all rural poor above the current poverty threshold, and removed all impoverished counties from its poverty list. Experts and diplomats share their thoughts on this.

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