• Economy October 21, 2020

    China serves as engine of global growth: Pakistani expert

    China's major economic indicators entered positive territory in the third quarter of this year. China serves as the engine of global growth and its development benefits the global community, explains Irfan Shahzad Takalvi, an expert from Pakistan.

  • Around China October 20, 2020

    Chinese village out of poverty draws young people

    Many impoverished villages have taken off their "poverty caps" in China's battle against poverty. Among them is Desheng Village in Hebei Province. Click to watch how the "well-off" village draws young people back to work.

  • Economy October 20, 2020

    China's 5 Years in Review: GDP, personal income, jobs, well-being goals reached

    China is set to release its 14th five-year economic plan in the coming days. Take a look back at the country's achievements over the past five years.

  • Economy October 16, 2020

    China International Fair for Trade in Services wins global attention

    From Sept. 4 to 9, the 2020 China International Fair for Trade in Services (CIFTIS) themed with "Global Services, Shared Prosperity" was held in Beijing.

  • Economy October 16, 2020

    China's Free Trade Zones at a glance

    The China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone, the first one in China, made its debut in 2013, and has become a pioneer in China's comprehensively deepening reform and opening up.So far, China has 21 pilot free trade zones, located from south to north and from the country's coasts to its inland regions.

  • Economy October 13, 2020

    The rise of Shenzhen

    Over 40 years, Shenzhen city has made itself a prominent test-bed of China's reform and opening-up, as well as a hub of entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation.

  • Economy October 9, 2020

    China remains attractive to foreign investment

    Thanks to the relatively quick recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic, China saw positive growth and has been continuously improving its business environment and promoting foreign investment. China still holds strong appeal to foreign investment.

  • International Exchanges September 28, 2020

    UN at 75: Multilateral dialogue and win-win cooperation

    This year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations (UN). On Sept. 21, a high-level meeting was held at the UN headquarters in New York to commemorate the occasion.

  • International Exchanges September 28, 2020

    China promotes new type of South-South cooperation

    The collective rise of emerging markets represented by China has shifted the focus of South-South cooperation toward "common development." Here, we look at China's role in promoting the new type of South-South cooperation.

  • Around China September 22, 2020

    500-day countdown: Progress in hosting a green 2022 Olympics

    Today marks the 500-day countdown of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games. As the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, Beijing, together with co-host city Zhangjiakou, has already impressed the world with excellent progress in fulfilling the promise to host a green Olympics.

  • Sci-Tech September 21, 2020

    China's homemade Airbus A320 NEO full-motion flight simulator

    Pilot training made easy: Check out an Airbus A320 NEO full-motion flight simulator developed by a company in Tianjin.

  • Around China September 21, 2020

    Yak cheese helps Tibetan locals shake off poverty

    The yak cheese, a distinctive food handmade by Tibetans, has helped lift local people out of poverty in Nagqu, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region.

  • Culture September 11, 2020

    A peek into 2,000-year-old Chinese handicraft, lacquer carving

    Take a glimpse of a 2,000-year-old traditional Chinese handicraft, lacquer carving, in Tianshui in China's Gansu province.

  • Around China September 10, 2020

    How China fought its war against COVID-19

    How was the war against the COVID-19 epidemic fought in China? In the face of the severe public health crisis, the Chinese people have united as one and stood together under the leadership which demonstrated strong political courage.

  • Society September 9, 2020

    New school year starts amid COVID-19

    This September, students in China are starting to return to school amid the coronavirus pandemic. With tight prevention and control measures in place, the country's schools are welcoming nearly 300 million students back onto campus.

  • Sci-Tech September 8, 2020

    Chinese college students use robots in table tennis training

    Man VS. machine: This ping-pong robot can adjust the speed and spin of the ball according to a player's level. The robots are employed at a university in Shanghai for table tennis training.

  • Around China September 3, 2020

    War against Japanese aggression: 75 years on

    Sept 3 marks the 75th victory anniversary of the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression. The war, which lasted 14 years, was an important part of the worldwide anti-fascist struggle.

  • Sci-Tech August 31, 2020

    China's largest marine research, training vessel launched into water

    China's largest-ever oceanographic research and training vessel, named after Sun Yat-sen University, was launched into water in Shanghai on Friday.

  • Around China August 28, 2020

    Path to prosperity in Tibet, China

    A smallest town, a last roadless county... Take a glance at how China's Tibet has changed over the past decades.

  • Around China August 26, 2020

    40 years on: Shenzhen Special Economic Zone

    Shenzhen, the trailblazer in reform and opening-up, marks the 40th anniversary of the establishment of China's first special economic zone. Let's take a look at this video and experience the charm, impetus, energy and innovation of Shenzhen after 40 years of development.

  • Around China August 25, 2020

    China's Xinjiang poised for bumper summer harvest

    Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region can expect this year's summer wheat harvest to increase by 336,000 tonnes over the previous year, according to the regional agriculture and rural affairs department.

  • Around China August 17, 2020

    China's 1st hybrid twin-hull luxury cruise ship delivered in Jiangsu

    China's first homemade hybrid twin-hull luxury cruise ship was delivered in eastern Jiangsu Province. The ship was built by China Merchants Heavy Industry Co., Ltd. The company adopted the new generation of direct current (DC) electrical propulsion system to save energy and reduce emissions. The cruiser will serve tourists in the Greater Bay Area in south China.

  • Around China August 13, 2020

    Key components for China's deepwater gas field ready for shipment in Tianjin

    A total of 105 key components for China's first deepwater self-operated gas field, the Lingshui 17-2 gas field in the South China Sea, have been loaded on board in north China's Tianjin recently.

  • Around China August 13, 2020

    Tourism picks up in China's Dunhuang city

    Since early July, tourists have been heading to Dunhuang, a city in northwest China's Gansu province, for a summer break.

  • Around China August 11, 2020

    China strives for Yangtze River protection

    The Chinese government is pushing for a 10-year fishing ban on key areas of the Yangtze River to protect biodiversity in the country's longest river. Find out what changes have taken place in aquatic food markets and restaurants in Nanjing, a city in the lower reaches of the Yangtze.

  • Around China August 11, 2020

    Path to riches in 'granary of east Tibet' in SW China

    A crucial staple turning into a plant of fortune in Tibet, China. With modern technology, highland barley has been turned into a profitable business that helped locals rise above poverty in Lhorong, a county known as "the granary of east Tibet."

  • Sci-Tech August 10, 2020

    5G empowers aquaculture in E China

    Aquafarming is common in coastal areas. But, in Yantai, east China, 5G technology is being used to improve the aquaculture.

  • Around China August 7, 2020

    Greenhouse planting helps villagers shake off poverty in China's Tibet

    Years ago, severe geographical conditions and inconvenient transport made vegetables expensive in Banbar County, SW China's Tibet. However, greenhouse planting has benefitted locals by supplying fruits and vegetables and bringing better-off life.

  • Around China August 5, 2020

    Small tea leaves' big role in poverty alleviation

    White tea industry has helped lift villagers out of poverty in Anji, east China. Through pairing-up assistance between east and west regions, the small tea leaves are playing a big role in cutting poverty in other parts of the country.

  • Around China August 4, 2020

    Founding of people's army

    China's People's Liberation Army was founded in the Nanchang Uprising on Aug. 1, 1927. More than 90 years have passed, the historical event is still marked by many, including Chinese President Xi Jinping. Here's why it is important.

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