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High-tech Provides Vital Help in Virus Control

AI technology, big data and 5G are playing bigger roles in the nationwide novel coronavirus control to help identify cases and also develop vaccines and treatment.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-22 13:02

China Shows World How to Combat Virus

China is showing the world what is needed-and possible-to combat the outbreak of a new, highly contagious virus, said an article published on Feb 11 on the website of Workers World Party, a revolutionary Marxist-Leninist political party in the United Stat

Source: China Daily Global|2020-02-21 15:52

Support Shown for China's Virus Fight

The Lancet, one of the world's top medical journals, published a letter of support on Wednesday for scientists and public health and medical professionals in China fighting the novel coronavirus outbreak and to condemn conspiracy theories surrounding the

Source: China Daily|2020-02-20 14:08

Stability in Jobs, Farming Called Key

China will make substantial efforts to facilitate agricultural production and keep employment stable.

Source: China Daily|2020-02-19 11:41

Facts about the Novel Coronavirus - Myths Busted

Facts about the novel coronavirus - Myths busted, is published.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-18 12:58

Drinking 60 C Water Kills Virus?

The novel coronavirus can be killed in water at 56 C or higher after 30 minutes, but it is impossible for human body to lift its temperature to 56 C, according to Tang Qin, a researcher at the Popular Science Department of the China Medical Association.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-16 13:30

TCM Has Role to Contribute in Virus Fight

A group of 50 patients infected with the novel coronavirus were transferred on Friday to a makeshift cabin hospital in Jiangxia district in Wuhan, the first medical institution entirely managed by traditional Chinese medicine doctors.

Source: China Daily|2020-02-15 13:48

Let Shared Responsibility Light up Human History

When the international society is working in a spirit of solidarity and cooperation to fight the novel coronavirus, it is also finding ways to enhance global cooperation on public health in the long run.

Source: People's Daily|2020-02-14 11:46

Naming of Virus Receives Mixed Review by Scientists

Chinese scientists are divided on the official scientific name of the novel coronavirus, with supporters saying the name is descriptive and follows typical classification practices and others claiming it could easily be misunderstood and abused to cause u

Source: China Daily|2020-02-13 10:56

WHO Director Encourages Caution

The number of newly confirmed cases reported from China has stabilized over the past week, but extreme caution is still needed, the director-general of the World Health Organization said.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-13 10:47

Support for Jobs, SMEs amid Epidemic

The central government has unveiled a raft of measures to shore up the job market amid the novel coronavirus pneumonia outbreak, with experts urging stronger support for small and medium-sized enterprises and workers employed on flexible terms.

Source: China Daily Global|2020-02-12 11:01

Are Chinese More Vulnerable to Novel Coronavirus?

At a Feb 7 news conference held by the White House response team for the novel coronavirus outbreak, a journalist asked, Are Chinese more likely to be infected by the novel coronavirus pneumonia?

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-12 10:53

Robots and Scanners Bring Tech to Front Line

China has been stepping up technology-assisted efforts to contain the spread of the novel coronavirus pneumonia, with technologies from facial recognition to artificial intelligence kicking in to arrest the epidemic.

Source: China Daily|2020-02-11 11:34

Novel Coronavirus Not a Type of SARS, Experts Say

Experts debunked the claim that the novel coronavirus is a type of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) virus, which has caused unnecessary panic on Chinese social media.

Source: China Daily|2020-02-11 11:31

Does the Virus Spread Through Aerosols?

The National Health Commission reiterated on Sunday that the transmission routes of the novel coronavirus through aerosols and digestive tracts have yet to be confirmed.

Source: China Daily|2020-02-10 12:40

WHO Details Protective Measures against Novel Coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) has published an article on the basic information, transmission mechanism and protection measures relating to the novel coronavirus in a Q&A format, amid global efforts to tackle the outbreak.

Source: Xinhua|2020-02-09 13:57

Facts about Novel Coronavirus: Prevention and Control

Facts about Novel Coronavirus: Prevention and Control

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-08 14:47

NHC Guides on How to Choose Masks

NHC Guides on How to Choose Masks

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-08 14:40

Prominent Role for AI Emerges in Virus Fight

China is implementing its response to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus. It was fast in identifying the virus and has been open in sharing information.

Source: China Daily Global|2020-02-07 13:04

WHO's Advice about 2019-nCoV

Novel Coronavirus (2019-nCoV) advice for the public: Myth busters

Source: WHO|2020-02-07 13:02

China's No 1 Central Document Focuses on Rural Issues

Agriculture, rural areas and farmers' issues remain China's top priorities for the 17th consecutive year as this year's No 1 central document, released Wednesday, stressed poverty alleviation and improving rural weak links.

Source: Xinhua|2020-02-06 13:38

Information for Foreigners in China about Epidemic

Information for foreigners in China about epidemic

Source: China Daily|2020-02-05 11:10

Q&A on Exit-entry for Foreigners in China During Epidemic

Questions and Answers by National Immigration Administration Concerning Immigration and Exit-Entry Administration during the Period of Prevention and Control on Pneumonia caused by Novel Coronavirus

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-05 11:08

How Can Intl Community Cope with Epidemic?

In our globalized world, the 2019-nCov epidemic will inevitably have global impacts. Committed to promoting the building of a community of shared future for mankind, China has been striving to undertake its due international responsibilities and obligatio

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-04 15:19

Belief That China Can Beat Virus Will Benefit All Mankind

Mankind's most ferocious, evil foe is striking China again and stoking fear. By engaging the most populous nation in biting battles, the novel coronavirus tests human bonds and challenges the will of the Chinese to serve the world's common good amid hards

Source: China Daily Global|2020-02-04 15:07

China's Efforts Ease Foreigners' Worries

As an international student in China, I have always been captivated by the level of development the country has realized. The city of Wuhan, which will be my home for the next three years, displayed special splendor, order and opulence.

Source: China Daily Global|2020-02-03 14:09

WHO Advises Public on Novel Coronavirus

The World Health Organization (WHO) released information and advice recently to the public regarding the novel coronavirus epidemic, which has struck China, particularly its central Hubei Province.

Source: Xinhua|2020-02-03 14:03

Overseas Chinese Communities Send Medical Supplies to Fight Coronavirus

Overseas Chinese communities in Britain have been donating money and medical supplies to help with the fight against the outbreak of novel coronavirus in China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-02 16:39

Foreign Ministers Reiterate Confidence in China's Success against Virus

China is confident in its capability to overcome the novel coronavirus outbreak, Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Saturday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-02 16:34

Cities Inform, Protect Foreigners Through Hotline Services

To help foreigners in China get fully informed of the situation and empowered with knowledge of best practices for virus control and prevention, some major Chinese cities have launched foreign language support services.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-01 16:23

Donations in China to Combat Virus Over 10 Billion Yuan

Charitable donations in China to combat the novel coronavirus epidemic have reached more than 10.1 billion yuan ($1.46 billion) as of Thursday midnight, the China Charity Alliance said on Friday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-02-01 16:17

Massive Medical Imports Aid in Struggle with Virus

China imported 290 million yuan ($41.8 million) worth of epidemic prevention and control material in 16,139 batches between Jan 24 and 30 to win the battle against the novel coronavirus, according to data released by the General Administration of Customs.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-31 17:34

China to Send Charter Flights Overseas to Return Hubei Residents

The Chinese government will send charter flights overseas to return people from Hubei province especially residents of Wuhan city, given consideration to the actual difficulties they are facing now abroad, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said on

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-31 17:27

Expert: Keep Pets Away from Coronavirus Sources

Li Lanjuan, an epidemiologist and a member of the high-level expert team on the novel coronavirus convened by the National Health Commission, said that people should try to keep their pets away from virus sources because the disease is transmitted from ma

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-30 17:11

Volunteers Help to Ramp Up Face Mask Production

On the fourth day of the Chinese New Year on Jan 28, a group of 120 volunteers gathered at Shenghui Plastic Packing Co Ltd in the Shanghai Hangzhou Bay Economic and Technical Development Park to undergo training before helping to pack face masks needed in

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-30 17:08

China's MA700 Regional Plane to Highlight Performance in Short, Medium Haul

China's MA700 regional turboprop aircraft will highlight the performance in the short- and medium-haul market, with an aim to serve the country's booming air traffic demand, according to its developer Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-22 10:30

Father and Son Ticket Inspectors Work Spring Festival Travel Rush

The upcoming Spring Festival is traditionally the best time for family reunion, but not for Lin Cheng and his son, who are tickets inspectors. They need to report to the train station for their duty shifts in this annual travel rush.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-22 10:29

Space Station Prototypes Shipped to Launch Center

Two major prototypes in China's manned space station program have been transported to the Wenchang Space Launch Center in Hainan province for prelaunch preparations, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-21 10:18

Austrian Engineer Builds Deep Links with China

Herbert Mang could have, like many of his peers, retired more than 10 years ago. But the 78-year-old is still relishing the satisfaction that comes with his research and teaching university students.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-21 10:17

Three seaborne Launches Planned for Long March 11 Rocket This Year

China plans to conduct three seaborne launches using its Long March 11 solid-propellant carrier rocket this year, Jin Xin, the rocket's deputy project manager, said on Friday.

Source: China Daily Global|2020-01-20 13:58

Rules for Plastic Products Aim to Curb Urban Pollution

China unveiled a wide-ranging guideline to phase out nondegradable plastic products in major consuming sectors on Sunday, vowing to effectively curb plastic pollution in major cities in five years.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-20 13:57

China Registers Stable Employment in 2019

China's job market remained stable in 2019, with all related indicators meeting the annual goals, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-19 10:27

China Launches Its Most Powerful Low-orbiting Communication Satellite

China's most powerful low-orbiting communication satellite, also the biggest spacecraft ever built by a private Chinese company, was launched on Thursday morning in Northwest China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-19 10:18

Most Needed Jobs List Offers Glimpse into Pre-Spring Festival Consumption Boom

Package processor for express deliveries, truck driver and tallyman were among the most wanted professions in the fourth quarter in 2019 driven by the consumption boom before the Spring Festival, official data showed.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-16 11:13

Rocket Lifts Argentine Satellites into Orbit

China used one of its carrier rockets to send two satellites into space on Wednesday for an Argentine company, marking the first launch in a massive launch service contract with the South American satellite developer.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-16 11:11

Research Breakthroughs Produce New Medicines

Breakthroughs in drug research and development in China last year saw a number of new drugs become available to patients, a report released on Monday said.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-15 11:33

Career in Esports Most Favored by Young Generation

Esports has been found to be the most favored career choice for those born between 2000 and 2010, according to a report released in Shanghai on Jan 12.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-15 11:32

China Rolls out First National Standard on Senior Care

China has rolled out its first set of mandatory national standards in the field of senior care to provide bottom-line requirements for service quality of the sector.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-14 11:09

Students Get Close-up View of Democracy

Political advisers in Beijing invited nine students to observe their annual session, which kicked off on Friday, in a move intended to help the youngsters gain a deeper understanding of the country's political system and cultivate their sense of social re

Source: China Daily|2020-01-14 11:08

Migrants' Holiday Travel Getting Safer

Visible only by moonlight and the odd stray light along the way, the street was mostly empty - little traffic and just an occasional pedestrian. The roar of a motorcycle and cheerful music from a portable speaker suddenly broke the silence.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-13 10:57

Capital Gears up for Start of New Waste-sorting Rules

Beijing will strictly enforce its newly revised garbage-sorting regulation this year to help guide residents' participation in garbage classification, according to the government report delivered by Mayor Chen Jining at the opening session of the Beijing

Source: China Daily|2020-01-13 10:56

China Spends Record Capital on Water Conservation in 2019

China spent a record 726 billion yuan ($104.46 billion) on water conservation projects in 2019, said a senior official with the Ministry of Water Resources Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-10 10:51

China Improves S&T Award System to Spur Innovation

China has improved its award system for scientific and technological achievements to spur innovation and foster high-quality development, according to the National Office for Science and Technology Awards.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-10 10:49

Facial Recognition to Be Used to Safeguard Drinking Water Source

Facial recognition technology will be integrated within the year at the gates of Miyun Reservoir, Beijing's largest, and a major drinking water source.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-09 10:33

Govt Pushes to Pay off Money Owed to bBusinesses, Migrants

China will work to ensure that government departments and State-owned enterprises clear their undisputed arrears owed to private and smaller businesses as much as possible by the end of this year, and resolute efforts will be made to see the task through,

Source: CHINA DAILY|2020-01-09 10:32

China Has Over 200 Million Private Cars

China had 260 million motor vehicles by the end of 2019, up 8.83 percent year on year, including 207 million private cars, the Ministry of Public Security said Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-08 11:28

Xiongan New Area in New Stage with Construction of 67 Major Projects

Construction on 67 major projects has started in the Xiongan New Area, North China's Hebei province, marking a new stage of the development of the new area, a provincial official said Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-08 11:27

China Sees 670m Entry, Exit Trips in 2019

Border inspection agencies across China saw 670 million entry and exit trips in 2019, an increase of 3.8 percent from the previous year, figures from the National Immigration Administration have shown.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-07 13:56

Most Advanced Satellite Starts Orbital Operations

China's biggest, heaviest and most advanced satellite has started its formal orbital operations to conduct demonstrations and verifications for advanced satellite and communication technology.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-07 13:55

China to Promote Unified Regional Calculation of GDP

China will introduce unified regional calculation of gross domestic product (GDP) to enhance the accuracy of the results, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) said Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2020-01-06 13:55

Many Ex-fishermen Now Protect Asia's Longest River

In East China's Jiangsu province, many former fishermen had become protectors and patrollers of the Yangtze River even before China began its 10-year fishing ban in Asia's longest river on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-06 13:54

Environment Gets Priority as Country Grows

China will continue on its path of sustainable development by emphasizing ecological cultivation to promote harmonious coexistence between humans and nature, a recently approved Party document said.

Source: China Daily|2020-01-03 14:08

Space Sector Faces a Busy Year Ahead

China's space industry is poised for an extremely busy year, with about 50 launch missions likely to take place in 2020, according to major contractors and space industry sources.

Source: CHINA DAILY|2020-01-03 14:06

At Least 20 high-speed Railways Expected to Open in 2020

At least 20 high-speed railways are expected to start operation in 2020, according to Economic View's calculation.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-02 13:57

Schools Advised to Run Self-canteens for Food Safety

Primary and middle schools, as well as kindergartens, have been advised to run canteens themselves rather than contracting with other private companies or food suppliers, according to a guideline released on Monday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2020-01-02 13:58

China Shipbuilders Deliver Nation's Most Advanced Diving Support Vessel

China State Shipbuilding Corp delivered the Hailong, or Sea Dragon, the most advanced diving support vessel China has ever built, to Jumeirah Offshore, a Singapore-based marine engineering company, in Guangzhou on Monday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-31 13:55

New Rail Line Gives Boost to Winter Sports

The new high-speed rail line linking Beijing and Hebei's Zhangjiakou, a popular skiing destination, will further boost the region's ice and snow tourism, industry insiders said.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-31 13:53

Designer Leaves Her Stamp on 70 Years of New China

Yuan Yishan, a designer and engraver in her late 30s, works with the Postage Stamp Printing Bureau of China Post.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-30 10:53

Construction of 3G Beidou Nears Finish

China plans to complete construction of its third-generation Beidou Navigation Satellite System network by June, including the launch of two new satellites into geostationary orbit by that time, the China Satellite Navigation Office said on Friday.

Source: CHINA DAILY|2019-12-30 10:51

Online Spending on Pets Makes Big Jump

The country's pet product industry has witnessed vigorous growth, with online buying playing a vital role in bolstering sales, according to recent reports.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-27 14:13

High-speed Rail Eases Travel to 'Cradle of Revolution'

A high-speed railway service that opened on Thursday will make it easier for tourists to visit the cradle of the Chinese revolution, in Jinggangshan, Jiangxi province.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-27 14:11

Stabilizing Employment Emphasized

China is working to stabilize the job market by supporting its employment-first policy and improving mechanisms for securing full, high-quality employment, according to a recent State Council guideline.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-26 14:39

Ancient Yoga Provides Exercise in Prosperity

Dressed in leggings, Tsering Palmo bent down, and twisted her body into a compact shape. Then, she hopped forward like a frog on a yoga mat in her studio, which overlooks a mosaic of diners and milk tea houses dotting the bustling streets of Lhasa, capita

Source: China Daily|2019-12-26 14:29

Science Popularization Promoted, More Private Funding Encouraged

The popularization of science in China is going through a positive transition phase in hopes of attracting more talent and diversified funding to produce higher-quality digital content.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-25 13:58

Lawmakers Urge Technological Innovations for Renewable Energy

Lawmakers called for government agencies to increase technological innovations for renewable energy and improve pricing policies to ensure high-quality development of the industry.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-25 13:56

China's Crude Oil Output Edges up in November

China's crude oil production rose 0.9 percent year-on-year to 15.7 million tons in November, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-24 14:03

China Vows to Keep Housing Prices Stable in 2020

China will strive to keep housing prices stable next year and continue to implement a long-term management mechanism to foster the healthy development of the property sector, the housing ministry said Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-24 14:02

3,000 More Kindergartens to Receive Soccer Programs

China plans to select another 3,000 kindergartens to become youth soccer nurturing grounds by the end of next year as the education authorities seek to nurture more talent from an early age, Ministry of Education said.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-23 11:50

Water Diversion Project Delivers Social, Environmental Benefits, Engineer Says

The South-to-North Water Diversion Project has delivered both socio-economic as well as environmental benefits, said Wang Yisen, a leading engineer of the mega project.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-23 11:48

More Overseas Chinese Returning

China is attracting more returnees for work and entrepreneurship thanks to its strong economic background and the precarious international landscape, according to a report of online recruitment platforms and think tanks.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-20 09:54

Better Elder Care Helps Improve Quality of Life

For some, elder care centers may symbolize the epilogue of life. Yet at a center in Macao, many seniors are embracing new chapters of life's second half.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-20 09:53

Agriculture Innovations to Help Boost Crops, Reduce Waste

China will boost agricultural innovations and expand the use of advanced pest and weed control technologies to make its use of fertilizer and pesticide more productive, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-19 13:59

New Tech and Transportation Improve Efficiency

No matter how many new technologies are used for border inspections, the experience of immigration officers is still key to spotting suspicious activities, said Xu Chengzhi, an immigration inspection officer at Heihe port, Heilongjiang province.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-19 13:58

Book on 70-year History of PRC Published

A book on the 70-year history of the People's Republic of China (PRC) has been published by the Contemporary China Publishing House.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-18 14:22

Hometown Holidays Being Sacrificed for Work

Family reunions in cities where the younger generation work, rather than older relatives' hometowns, are becoming more popular for important holidays, according to a survey by an online travel agency.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-18 14:19

Better Understanding, Appreciation of Country Urged

A senior official said on Monday he hopes foreign friends will deepen their understanding of China and objectively and comprehensively present what they have seen in the country to the world.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-17 13:53

Home Prices Stabilize in Top Chinese Cities

Housing prices continued to stabilize in major Chinese cities during November, with fewer cities reporting price spikes as nationwide curbs continued to bear fruit, experts said on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-17 13:52

China Issues Blue Alert for Blizzard

China's meteorological authority has issued a blue alert for heavy snowstorms in the northern region from Sunday to Monday morning.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-16 10:43

Revised Code of Ethics for Journalists Released

A revised code of ethics for journalists released by the All-China Journalists Association on Sunday urged media professionals to tell China's story well and continue to integrate traditional and new media.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-16 10:42

Project in Xiongan New Area Aims to Improve Environment

Over a thousand hectares of farmland will be converted to wetland to help purify water at Baiyangdian Lake, North China's largest freshwater wetland, as part of restoration work.

Source: CHINA DAILY|2019-12-13 13:57

Air Travel during Spring Festival Expected to Set Record

Passenger trips by air will hit a record high in the upcoming Spring Festival travel rush, according to a news release by the Civil Aviation Administration of China on Thursday.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-13 13:56

China to Encourage Investment in Climate Change Mitigation

China's top environmental watchdog will roll out preferential policies to tap the potential of financial instruments in tackling climate change as the country makes efforts to contribute to the world's climate progress amid challenges in promoting develop

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-12 14:01

Govt Solicits Expertise for Aged Care Services

China's Ministry of Civil Affairs is recruiting experts in the field of elderly care services to promote the healthy development of the sector and better cope with an aging population.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-12 13:59

Nation to Set up Standard for Facial Recognition Technology

China has started to compile a national standard for facial recognition technology as its ubiquitous application triggered heated discussions about data security.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-11 15:07

Belt, Road Nations Set up Alliance on Organ Donation

An international cooperative alliance on organ donation among countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative was set up over the weekend.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-11 14:59

Center Has Key Role in Space Tech Training

A Beijing-based United Nations organization has trained about 1,200 professionals in space science, technology and applications for dozens of nations, a Chinese space official said.

Source: CHINA DAILY|2019-12-10 11:14

Report Highlights Progress in China's Education System

China's education system has seen continued improvement in government efforts to reform and balance development in the sector, according to a report from the National Bureau of Statistics.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-10 11:12

Two Rockets Lift Seven Satellites in Single Day

China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp launched two Kuai-zhou 1A solid-fuel carrier rockets on Saturday, marking the first time two flights have been made in a single day by the same type of rocket. Both were carrying satellites.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-09 11:48

Keep Chinese Simplified, Schools Told

Schools should use standard, simplified Chinese in teaching, based on relevant laws, the Ministry of Education said recently, playing down concerns that the use of simplified Chinese is detrimental to preserving cultural heritage.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-09 11:37

Esports to Spur Gaming Sector

Intellectual property is the lifeblood of content creators and game companies, empowering them to retain users and sustain growth, and the industry will gain fresh momentum and traction in future as esports becomes popular

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-12-06 13:56

China Issues Plan on Building National Culture Parks

China has issued a plan on the construction of national culture parks for the Great Wall, the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal and the Long March.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-06 13:53

Climate Change Vows Urged to Be Honored

While vowing to maximize efforts in carbon emission reduction, China urged developed countries to close gaps in support committed to the Third World for their pre-2020 climate actions as delegates from almost 200 countries gather in Madrid for the United

Source: China Daily|2019-12-05 11:38

Online Courts Ease Access to Legal Services

Chinese people have been given easier access to litigation and legal services since the country's top court has strengthened efforts in building smart courts over the past five years, according to a white paper.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-05 11:30

President Calls for Enhanced Ties with El Salvador

China and El Salvador vowed to strengthen bilateral cooperation in areas including infrastructure, agriculture, science and technology as President Xi Jinping met with the Central American country's President Nayib Bukele in Beijing on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-04 14:06

Companies that Value Female Staff Members Do Better, Appraisal Says

Companies that value their female employees tend to perform better financially, according to a recent appraisal by UN Women and Zhaopin, an online recruitment platform in Beijing.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-04 14:05

High-speed Railway Lines Linking Henan, Other Cities Start Running

Three lines linking Henan province with other cities started operation on Sunday, according to the country's top railway operator.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-03 11:22

Nation to Boost Rescue Teams' Abilities at Sea

China will adopt more advanced rescue technologies and intelligent rescue equipment, and will encourage the participation of volunteer groups as part of efforts to enhance its maritime emergency response capabilities, a senior official has said.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-03 11:13

China to Build Space-based Solar Power Station by 2035

China plans to accomplish a 200-tonne megawatt-level space-based solar power station by 2035, according to the China Academy of Space Technology.

Source: Xinhua|2019-12-02 11:40

Six Major Goals Set to Combat HIV/AIDS

China will take comprehensive measures to control HIV transmissions in a bid to keep HIV/AIDS prevalence in the country at a low level, the National Health Commission said on Saturday, the day before World AIDS Day.

Source: China Daily|2019-12-02 11:39

New Earphones Allow the Blind to 'Watch' Movies

The Red Star Cinema in Shanghai on Nov 26 became the country's first to debut special equipment for people with visual impairment, allowing these individuals to share the same theatre with others.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-29 10:17

Construction Starts on Water Diversion Project

Construction work started on a water extension project on Thursday in Linqing, Shandong province, reflecting central government efforts to deal with the excessive exploitation of underground water in North China.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-29 10:15

Chinese Scientists Find Black Hole that’s 70 Times Larger than the Sun

Chinese scientists have discovered a “king-sized” stellar-mass black hole containing the mass of 70 suns, the biggest of its kind and three times bigger than theoretical limit.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-28 14:08

Beijing to Enforce Strict Garbage Sorting Rules from Next Year

Beijing will enforce new strict garbage sorting rules starting in May next year.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-28 14:07

Innovation Smooths Bumps in 5G Rollout

As the world is at the tipping point for large-scale 5G network rollout, the global telecom industry faces a common challenge: how to quickly and efficiently find enough sites for 5G base stations.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-27 11:23

Marathon Runners Make Tracks for Overseas Events

Wearing a black-and-white running shirt with a tiny Chinese flag on the left side, Li Lin, a 42-year-old Chinese runner, finished the New York City Marathon on Nov 3 in 4 hours and 31 minutes.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-27 11:21

China's Rocket-carrying Ships Wrap up Transporting Mission

China's rocket-carrying ships Yuanwang-21 and Yuanwang-22 wrapped up their mission of transporting the Long March-5 Y3 rocket and arrived at a port in eastern China's Jiangsu province Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-26 13:53

Nation May Hit Carbon Emission Target in 2025

The peak in China's carbon emissions is estimated to be hit around 2025, five years ahead of its 2030 Paris Agreement target, thanks to efforts made in energy transformation, an industry expert said.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-26 13:51

China Issues Blue Alert for Cold Wave

China's national observatory on Saturday issued a blue alert for a cold wave as a strong cold front is heading southeast.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-25 13:57

Big Data Tech cCombats Counterfeits

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba has used more big data technologies to stamp out counterfeit goods on live broadcasts on its Taobao online shopping portal in the past year, removing 96 percent of knockoffs before any sales, it said Saturday.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-25 13:55

Younger Generation Returning to Realize Personal Dreams

Growing up in a family of ordinary workers in Northeast China, Song Xiaolei had a wild dream during her childhood.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-22 13:50

Chinese Scientists Develop Lab-grown Meat from Animal Cells

Chinese scientists have produced 5 grams of meat cultured from animal muscle stem cells, according to a university in East China's Jiangsu province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-22 13:47

National 5G New Media Platform Launched

China Media Group has launched the country's first national-level 5G new media platform called Yangshipin, the group said on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-21 13:44

Greek Realizing His Technology Dream in China

Kontogeorgos Alexandros believes his dream of changing people's lives with technology will eventually come true in China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-21 13:42

Over 700 Technologies Debut at China Hi-tech Fair

The 21st China Hi-tech Fair concluded in Shenzhen city, South China's Guangdong province on Sunday, according to the organizer.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-20 14:40

Seawater Rice Test Yield Holds Promise for Harsh Lands

The seawater rice, developed by agricultural scientist Yuan Longping and his team, achieved a theoretical yield of 546.74 kilograms permu(0.07 hectares) in a paddy in Yopurga county, Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-20 14:39

Seize Trade Opportunities, Businesses Told

The State Council has encouraged businesses to seize opportunities arising from the planned signing of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership next year as part of measures to stabilize foreign trade and the job market.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-19 14:15

5G Phone Shipments Quadrupled in Oct

Shipments of 5G mobile phones in China witnessed a sharp 401.81 percent surge month-on-month in October, according to data from the China Academy of Information and Communications Technology on Monday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-19 14:14

Waste Sorting Adopted in 237 Cities across China

A total of 237 cities at the prefectural level or above in China have adopted waste sorting schemes as the country continues to embrace the green lifestyle, authorities said.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-18 14:22

China Plans to Complete Work on Space Station around 2022

China plans to complete the construction of a space station and have it put into operation around 2022, said Zhou Jianping, the chief designer of China's manned space program, at a forum held in South China's Guangdong province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-18 14:21

Mars Mission Test Opened to Foreigners

China carried out a key experiment for its coming Mars mission in Huailai, Hebei province, on Thursday in front of dozens of foreign diplomats and journalists.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-15 14:17

China to Release Pork Reserves at Appropriate Time: Official

China will release frozen pork reserves to the market at an appropriate time to meet public demand, the country's top economic planner said Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-15 14:15

China Joins Race to Perfect Planes that Can Fly into Space

The concept of aerospace planes has been around since the 1980s.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-11-14 14:08

Statue to Return to Former Royal Resort after 159 Years

A well-known treasure from Yuanmingyuan, or the Old Summer Palace, finally came home to Beijing 159 years after it was looted.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-14 14:06

Circuit Judges Offer Justice Outside the Courtroom

Judicial officials nationwide are testing ways to provide their services door to door. Cao Yin reports from Ruili, Yunnan province.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-13 12:02

China's Civil Airports Report Steady Development in Past Decade

China's civil airport industry saw steady growth in the past 10 years, according to the Civil Aviation Administration of China.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-13 11:59

Singles Day Shopping Spree Sees Robust Sales

Enthusiasm for online shopping in China was vibrant once again during the Singles Day shopping extravaganza, which falls on Nov 11 each year, as merchants and e-commerce platforms accelerated efforts to launch more tailor-made merchandise and use livestre

Source: China Daily|2019-11-12 11:10

CPC Unveils Plan for Party Member Education

The General Office of the Communist Party of China Central Committee has published a work plan for strengthening education and training of Party members.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-12 11:08

More Taiwan Firms Tap Mainland Market via Import Expo

A surging number of enterprises from Taiwan are using the ongoing second China International Import Expo (CIIE) as a gateway to tap into the Chinese mainland market.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-11 11:10

Students Take Border Trip to Learn about China-Russia Relations

To better understand how the China-Russia relationship impacts local Chinese in border areas, two international students at Yenching Academy of Peking University traveled across the China-Russia border through Jilin, Heilongjiang and the Inner Mongolia au

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-11 11:09

32-bln-yuan Liquefied Natural Gas Project Settled in North China

A large liquefied natural gas (LNG) project and its supporting pipeline project, with a total investment of 32 billion yuan ($4.6 billion), started construction in North China, local government said.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-08 14:30

Scientists Seek to Raise Marine Survey's Standard to Intl Level

Chinese scientists are making efforts to promote a marine survey’s national standard to the international level, aiming to give technological support to marine research across the world.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-08 14:28

Fire and Rescue Team Endures Heavier Workload since Its Creation Last Year

Firefighters have faced more tasks since the China Fire and Rescue team, the country's primary emergency rescue force responsible for tackling major disasters and accidents, began operating last year.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-07 13:52

Chinese Teacher Helps Indonesian Realize His Dream

Chinese-language teacher Xie Fang is excited that one of her former students from Indonesia has been admitted to Beijing Language and Culture University.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-07 13:50

More Airports in Pipeline as Travel Demand Rises

China is expected to have around 450 civil airports by 2035 to meet people's burgeoning demand for air travel, according to the civil aviation authority on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-06 11:51

China's Development Benefits Others

Think tanks and media institutions can be advocates of world peace and development, disseminators of the concept of win-win cooperation, and promoters of common progress for mankind, a senior official of the Communist Party of China said on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-06 11:49

China Ranks Second in Number of Clinical Medicine Research Papers in 2018

The number of Chinese clinical medicine research papers reached 44,279 in 2018 and ranked second in the world, according to a report released Monday in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-05 13:52

Soaring Sci-fi Industry Set for Further Boost

China will devote more resources and support to its science fiction industry, hoping to create more quality sci-fi works that will inspire young people to be interested in the wonders of science, a senior China Association for Science and Technology offic

Source: China Daily|2019-11-05 13:51

Chinese Open Online Courses Attract 270 Million Users

About 270 million people have taken massive open online courses (MOOC) in China as of August this year, according to the Ministry of Education.

Source: Xinhua|2019-11-04 10:56

Govt Plans to Improve Services for Senior Care

Healthcare services for seniors are expected to improve significantly both in quantity and quality over the next three years, according to a guideline released on Friday.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-04 10:54

China Kicks off Commercialized 5G Services

China officially kicked off commercialization of 5G services on Thursday, with the nation's big three telecom operators rolling out their 5G data plans.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-11-01 10:29

Young Minds Focused on IP Education

Schools are promoting the subject to help children prepare to safeguard their inventions now and in later life. Yin Pingping and Yuan Quan report for Xinhua China Features.

Source: China Daily|2019-11-01 10:27

Flu Vaccine Stockpile to Double this Season

The supply of flu vaccines in China this year will be twice as large as last year to ensure demand is met, the top health authority said on Wednesday, adding it is well prepared for the arrival of flu season.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-31 10:42

More Outdoor Exercise May Help Battle Myopia

A recent survey shows that 57.3 percent of primary and high school students in Beijing are nearsighted, compared with the national average of 53.6 percent, an official with the municipal disease prevention and control center said on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-31 10:40

Tougher Approach Urged on Juvenile Offenders

Juvenile offenders should be given stricter rehabilitation or even punished instead of being exempted from criminal responsibility because they are under age 14, according to lawmakers.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-30 11:11

Study Uncovers Gender-based Difference in Microbiomes

Chinese researchers have discovered how men and women differ in their microbiomes, suggesting that the gender-based difference may have an influence on whether one is at risk of some diseases.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-30 11:09

China to Issue 2020 Panda Commemorative Coins

China's central bank will issue a set of gold and silver coins featuring pandas on Oct 30.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-29 11:44

Airline Worker Wins Her Wings as Teacher at Remote School

Chen Xiao held a bag stuffed with textbooks and homework high as she waded through knee-high muddy water to her school in a remote mountain village in Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-29 11:42

'World-class' Military Games Conclude

China's hosting of the 7th Military World Games, which concluded in Wuhan, Hubei province, on Sunday night, conveys a message of peace and spreads friendship and solidarity on a global stage, experts and officials said.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-28 11:25

China Called on to Stick to Reform Path

Experts have called on China to stay firm to its course of promoting multilateral economic cooperation and people-to-people connectivity, saying it will enhance the openness of the world economy and help dispel uncertainties.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-28 11:22

New Images Released of Snow Leopard in Park

Stunning images of an elegant snow leopard have been captured by cameras situated in the high mountains of the Three-River-Source National Park

Source: CHINA DAILY|2019-10-25 11:22

Economy on Path of Stability

China's economy is expected to stabilize in the fourth quarter, as positive factors will drive a rebound for the economy, said experts and officials.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-25 11:20

China Wins Global Applause for Efforts in World Peacekeeping

China's efforts in keeping world peace, and promoting cooperation and development won global applause at the 9th Beijing Xiangshan Forum, held from Sunday to Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-24 11:03

World's Longest Sea Bridge Outperforms

The tourism and logistics sectors in Hong Kong, Macao and western Guangdong province have great market potential thanks in large part to the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, a year after the world's longest cross-sea thoroughfare opened to traffic, accordin

Source: China Daily|2019-10-24 11:01

BeiDou-3 Satellites might All Launch into Space by June

China will possibly launch all BeiDou-3 satellites to complete the global network of its BeiDou Navigation Satellite System into space by the end of June, about half a year ahead of schedule, according to a top system official.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-10-23 11:13

Third-generation Hybrid Rice Achieves High Yields in China

The third-generation hybrid rice developed by Yuan Longping, the father of hybrid rice, and his team underwent its first public yield monitoring from Monday to Tuesday and achieved high output.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-23 11:12

UAVs Take to the Skies to Monitor Fog Conditions

Jiangsu province has set up five unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) meteorological observation sites to further study fog generation and dissipation, according to the country's national meteorological authority.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-10-22 11:12

Legislators Look to Boost Minors Protection Law

Lawmakers on Monday sought to codify the protection of youngsters against cyber-based crimes and addictions as they work to revise the Minors Protection Law, a protective law for citizens under age 18.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-22 11:10

Sport's Contribution to Mankind's Shared Future Hailed at Event

China has made great efforts to build a community with a shared future for mankind through the universal language of sports, Irina Bokova, former director-general of UNESCO, said after a high-profile dialogue in Tianjin on Saturday.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-21 11:24

Rocket-maker Unveils New Blueprint

ChinaRocket, a commercial space wing of the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology, the country's leading rocket-maker, has unveiled its plans to develop a number of carrier rocket models to tap the space launch market.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-21 11:23

China-built Railway Making Inroads in Africa

Kenya has extended its landmark railway project by 120 kilometers, a move that is expected to significantly help the country's and Africa's economic takeoff.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-18 15:06

Top Scientists Outline Key Global Challenges

Scientists from more than 10 countries and regions, including China, the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada, have published a list of 10 scientific challenges critical to human social development for 2019 that will require joint effort from the

Source: China Daily|2019-10-18 15:02

Nation's Poverty Alleviation Inspires World Economies

A 20-day trip to China in August was inspiring enough for Cecille Aldueza-Virtucio to visualize a plan to improve her cooperative and help its farmers lead better lives.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-17 11:47

E-cigarette Companies Mushroom in China

Beijing resident Chen Wei had smoked regular cigarettes for 15 years before turning to electronic ones 18 months ago.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-10-17 11:42

Civil Service Hopefuls Prepare for Exam

College graduates are being encouraged to work at grassroots positions as the annual national exam for selecting civil servants opened for registration on Tuesday, according to a release by the State Administration of Civil Service on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-16 16:00

First Taikonaut Marks 16th Anniversary of Space Trip

Yang Liwei, China's first man in space, said he was looking forward to setting foot on the moon.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-16 15:48

China, ASEAN Universities Ally to Promote Medical, Health Care

Supported by the ASEAN-China Centre, the China-ASEAN University Consortium on Medicine and Health was founded Monday in Beijing, helping deepen China-ASEAN medical and health care cooperation.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-15 15:26

Draft Regulation a Boon for Business

The State Council's decision to introduce a special regulation on bettering the business environment will give further impetus to market players and pave the way for reforms, experts have said.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-15 14:58

Scientist Planning a New 'Noah's Ark'

As a summer heat wave rippled through many regions across the globe, raising temperatures in several areas to record heights and causing Arctic sea ice to melt, the threat from the climate change crisis loomed larger than ever.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-14 17:15

Chinese Food Market More Open than Before

The Chinese food market is more open than before, with foreign-funded enterprises becoming a key force in developing China's food industry, according to a white paper released Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-14 17:04

Chinese Psyche Is “Peace, Stability and Prosperity”

I noticed my understanding of Chinese wisdom is only a small fraction of what it all encompasses. I studied in China from 1980-1987 and served as diplomate from 2010 to 2016.

Source: People's Daily Online|2019-10-12 14:45

China's National Geopark Network Expands

Five new national geological parks have been formally designated in China, the overseas edition of People's Daily reported.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-10-12 11:36

China Makes Large-scale Airspace Adjustment

China made the most significant airspace adjustment in its history of civil aviation at 2 am Thursday, People's Daily reported.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-10-11 16:04

Breeding Project of Endangered Porpoise Sees Success

The world's first captive-bred Yangtze finless porpoise to have a parent that was also born in captivity reached four months old this week, marking a breakthrough in the research on artificial breeding technologies of the endangered species.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-11 15:54

Former East German Leader Hails China's Success

What does China in the new era look like? Egon Krenz, 82, a former East German leader, offers a unique perspective.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-10 14:49

Timetable Set for High-speed Rail-connected Cities

Twelve provinces and autonomous regions have set a timetable to connect all their cities with high-speed rail after East China's Fujian province became the first to achieve that in September, Economic View reported.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-10-10 14:42

Photos of Crying Veteran Saluting at National Day Parade Go Viral

Photos of 86-year-old Chinese military veteran Guan Maolin in tears while saluting his deceased comrades during the parade on New China's 70th birthday went viral on Chinese social media over the weekend.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-09 16:12

'Earthquake Boy' Realizes Military Dream

A boy who vowed 11 years ago to become a paratrooper after experiencing a deadly earthquake in Sichuan province not only accomplished his dream but made an appearance in the military parade on Oct 1.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-09 16:00

Chinese Cities Light up for National Day

BEIJING - Many cities across China have been staging light shows to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source: Xinhua|2019-10-08 09:19

Patriotism Pulls Audiences to Theaters

Boosted by nationwide enthusiasm to celebrate the country's 70th birthday, the film My People, My Country has soared to become the highest-grossing blockbuster of all National Day holidays.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-08 09:17

Sales of Gold Soar during Holiday Season

Sales of gold jewelry have been booming during the first few days of the National Day holiday break, boosted by a festive shopping mood, a busy wedding season and an upward growth trend of gold prices.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-05 21:30

Patriotic Blockbusters Atop Holiday Box Office

My People, My Country, a domestic film that celebrates the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China, has been tops in terms of Chinese mainland box office revenue since it hit theaters on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-10-05 21:28

Giant Panda Research Institute Established in Sichuan

A research institute for giant pandas was established in Chengdu, capital of Southwest China's Sichuan province on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-30 10:48

Journalists from around World Cover Anniversary

About 4,700 reporters and live broadcast technical personnel-including 1,100 from about 400 media outlets in 125 countries and regions-have applied to cover the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-30 10:47

Ceremony Celebrates Confucius’ Birthday

A ceremony was held in Quzhou of Zhejiang on Saturday to mark the 2,570th birthday of Confucius, an ancient Chinese educator and philosopher.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-29 17:10

China's Railways Brace for National Day Holiday Travel Peak

China's railways are expected to see a travel rush in the coming 10 days as many people intend to go back to their hometown or visit tourist attractions during the National Day holiday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-29 08:44

Celebrations Will Be Seen Live in Theaters

The public will be able to see live broadcasts of National Day celebrations held in Beijing in selected cinemas around the nation for the first time, event organizers said on Friday.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-29 08:37

70 Years on: Zooming Forward in Transportation

Transport has seen historic changes since the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-27 10:31

China's Job Market Sees Gains

The Chinese job market has shown resilience, adding 9.84 million jobs in the first eight months of this year, an official said on Thursday, even as fears grew globally for an economic slowdown.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-27 10:20

Mega-flight Hub Bolsters Cluster Plan

Beijing's new mega-airport, which opened to traffic on Wednesday, is expected to boost the building of a world-class airport cluster in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and serve the region's integrated development, according to experts.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-26 09:43

National Day Celebration Details Unveiled

Around 100,000 people and 70 parade floats will pass Tian'anmen Square on China's 70th birthday on Tuesday to showcase the nation's socioeconomic accomplishments, Zhang Ge, executive manager of the event, said on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-26 09:40

Nation Prepares for Massive Parade

Zhao Bingqing, a 27-year-old university teacher, has spent a period of time at a military compound in the northwestern outskirts of Beijing.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-25 11:38

Foreign Media Given Peek behind Gala

Foreign journalists who registered to report on celebrations of the 70th anniversary of the founding of People's Republic of China began a series of field interviews in Beijing on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-25 11:32

Chinese Blood Pump to Be Tested in US

A blood pump that deploys magnetic levitation technology to better support heart function has been developed by a medical device company in Suzhou, Jiangsu province and will begin clinical trials in the United States next year, according to researchers.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-24 10:41

Final Rehearsal for Anniversary Inspires Netizens

Early on Monday, Beijing concluded the third joint rehearsal for the National Day celebrations next Tuesday, marking the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-24 10:13

Documentary Series on Growth Stirs Chinese Spirit

A documentary series that reviews touching stories and key events since the founding of the People's Republic of China in 1949 has prompted passionate discussion among viewers.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-23 10:17

Land-sea Transport Plan Issued at Expo

An action plan to guide the further development of China's newly launched land-sea corridor in its western region was issued during the ongoing 16th China-ASEAN Expo in Nanning, Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, in a bid to promote connectivity between Ch

Source: China Daily|2019-09-23 10:15

China Releases Top Journalism Awards Nominations

BEIJING -- The All-China Journalists Association on Friday announced nominations for the country's top press prizes.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-21 09:33

Media Center Website to Open for China's Major Anniversary Event

BEIJING -- The official website of the media center for the celebration of the 70th founding anniversary of the People's Republic of China will open on Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-21 09:20

China to Enhance Global Competitiveness in Transport

BEIJING - China aims to raise its global competitiveness in the transport sector by setting up transport networks with wider coverage and higher speed, according to an official document.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-20 13:11

Former Revolutionary Base Becomes Tourism Magnet

In the western suburbs of Beijing, Xiangshan Park, or the Fragrant Hills, is known as a prime place in China for viewing autumn foliage.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-20 09:15

China Develops Permanent Magnet Motor for 400 Kph High-speed Train

CHANGSHA - China has developed a permanent magnet traction motor for trains with speeds up to 400 kph, the developer said Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-19 11:33

42 Significant Contributors Honored Medals and Titles

President Xi Jinping signed a presidential decree on Sept 17, 2019 to award 42 individuals the Medal of the Republic, the Friendship Medal and national honorary titles for their outstanding contributions to the nation's development as the People's Republi

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-19 11:30

Travel Experiences Evolving as National Day Holiday Approaches

Historical sites commemorating China's revolutionary years-known as red tourism sites-are expected to be must-see venues for more domestic travelers during the upcoming National Day holiday, while experience-driven trips to niche destinations are also g

Source: China Daily|2019-09-19 11:27

China's Railway Trips Hit Record High in August

BEIJING - Passenger trips on Chinese railways hit a monthly record high in August amid the summer travel rush, official data showed.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-18 09:23

70 Years on: Striding toward Better Life in the New Era

70 years on: Striding toward better life in the new era

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-18 08:59

Culture and Travel among Keys to Boosting Country's Consumption

The central government is boosting consumption of culture and tourism products as the domestic market expands and people seek more options.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-17 09:48

How Ping-pong Diplomacy Broke the Mold

On April 7, 1971, the last day of competition at the 31st World Table Tennis Championships in the Japanese city of Nagoya, Connie Sweeris, the reigning United States champion, was called to a team meeting.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-09-17 09:32

Cherishing China's Rich Athletic Heritage

Eighty-one-year-old Hu Anmin used to perform Chinese rope skipping alone at China's Ethnic Games, but not anymore.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-17 09:21

Synthetic Meat Fills Mooncake Gap

Customers fed up with the traditional ingredients of mooncakes, such as mixed nuts and bean paste, now have a new choice-synthetic meat.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-15 19:05

Red Boat Brings Prosperity to Where It Set Sail

HANGZHOU - On Nanhu Lake in East China's Zhejiang province rests one of the most famous boats in the country -- the Red Boat.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-15 18:39

Belt and Road Initiative Nations Push Media Unity

Participants of the Belt and Road Media Community have agreed to promote media exchanges and bring more award-winning programs, documentaries and reports about countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-12 16:15

First Polar Observation Satellite Launched into Orbit

China sent its first polar observation satellite into space on Thursday to strengthen the nation's polar research capability.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-12 16:12

Adapting to Climate Change Brings Economic Benefits

A report released by an international organization on Tuesday shows that improving adaptation to climate change can produce significant economic returns globally.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-11 17:26

New Anti-cancer Drugs among Main Highlights of CIIE

World-leading pharmaceutical enterprises pledged during a news conference on Tuesday to introduce new anti-cancer products at the second China International Import Expo which will take place from Nov 5 to 10 in Shanghai.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-11 17:22

Four Scientists Win China's 2019 Future Science Prize

BEIJING -- Four scientists won the 2019 Future Science Prize, the first Chinese non-governmental science award jointly initiated by groups of scientists and entrepreneurs, the China Science Daily reported Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-10 10:21

China Honors Two 'Most Beautiful Families'

BEIJING - The All-China Women's Federation (ACWF) has made public a decision to honor the families of Zhang Fuqing and Ma Xu as the most beautiful families.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-10 09:18

Younger Netizens Most Generous Online Donors

Netizens in their 20s and 30s are leading an online donation boom in China, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-06 15:56

58 Honored as National Ethical Role Models

BEIJING - A total of 58 people were honored as China's national ethical role models, the seventh group to receive the honor, at a ceremony held in Beijing Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-06 15:50

China's FAST Telescope Detects 'Mysterious Radio Burst' for First Time

China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST) has detected a repeating fast radio burst (FRB) — mysterious radio signals from outer space — for the first time, Science and Technology Daily reported.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-05 20:08

World's First Recipient of Pig Cornea Regains Eyesight

Huang Yuanzhen, the world's first person to receive a cornea transplant from a pig, has seen her eyesight return to nearly normal level, reported Wuhan-based Chutian Metropolitan Daily.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-05 20:06

Farmers' Harvest Festival Set for Sept 23

The second Chinese Farmers' Harvest Festival will be celebrated nationwide on Sept 23, with a wide range of activities to be staged, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-09-04 18:11

Chinese Scientists Create Quantum Wave-particle Superposition of Light

NANJING - A team of Chinese researchers at Nanjing University have created a controllable quantum superposition of the two complementary states of light both as a particle and a wave.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-04 18:04

Chinese Doctors Finding Success at Pakistan Center

On the edge of the Gwadar port that juts out into the Arabian Sea sits a low-rise building in bright red paint that is distinct from the complex of dusty adobe houses surrounding it.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-03 11:06

From 'Fishing Village' to China's Silicon Valley

Tech giant Tencent's rapid growth in recent decades has mirrored that of Shenzhen, Guangdong province, but the company's founder still remembers when the city seemed like a quiet backwater.

Source: China Daily|2019-09-03 11:03

Young People Expect More Policy Support for Marriage

BEIJING -- A recent survey by China Youth Daily found that 71.9 percent of young people expect public policies to encourage marriage among young people.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-02 15:13

China's Largest Tropical Rainforest Grows in Area

China's largest tropical rainforest on the southern island of Hainan has increased by about 200,000 hectares in the past 20 years, thanks to enhanced protection and anti-poverty campaigns that wean villagers off illegal lumbering and burning for hunting.

Source: Xinhua|2019-09-02 15:10

Late Policeman Honored as Role Model

BEIJING -- Yang Chun, a former deputy head of a district-level public security bureau, was posthumously awarded the title role model of the times on Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-31 09:24

639 Million Chinese Shop Online

The number of online shoppers in China reached 639 million by June, up 28.71 million over that of December 2018, according to a report published by the China Internet Network Information Center Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-31 09:20

Online Platform Assists Grads Returning from Studies Abroad

Chinese graduates returning from overseas studies can now submit materials online in order to get their degrees accredited and obtain household registration on the mainland, Cheng Jiacai, director of the Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange, said

Source: China Daily|2019-08-30 11:13

Cultural Sensitivity Key to Ceramics Market

Sitting in front of her computer screen, Lai Jinxing is fine-tuning the details of a reindeer handicraft to be ready for sale in Western markets by Christmas next year.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-30 11:12

China to Further Boost Sports, Fitness and Online Education

BEIJING -- China will further promote fitness and sports consumption, and facilitate the sound development of online education as part of effort to raise living standards, the State Council's executive meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang decided on Wedn

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-29 10:53

Environmental Progress Amazes Foreign Visitors

A group of foreign guests had a four-day tour of Beijing last week to explore the city's cultural charm and innovative energy under the Belt and Road Initiative.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-29 10:48

Chinese to Make 800 M Trips in National Day Holiday

SHANGHAI -- Chinese citizens will make about 800 million trips to destinations at home and abroad during the upcoming National Day holiday, according to a report from China's largest online travel agency Ctrip.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-28 10:16

Unified High School Textbooks Put Emphasis on Traditional Values

When Chinese students enter high school in September, many of them will receive new unified textbooks in politics, history and Chinese language, the Ministry of Education said on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-28 10:15

Scientists Discover New Phenomenon of Strange Pulsars

BEIJING - Scientists have discovered what might be the main factor slowing down the rotation speed of the mysterious pulsars.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-27 17:41

Traditional Chinese Culture Highlighted in New High School Textbooks

BEIJING - Traditional Chinese culture is highlighted in the new textbooks on Chinese, history and ideology and politics for senior high school students in the coming semester.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-27 17:39

Foreign Diplomats Praise Government's Efforts in Western Region

Ambassadors and envoys from seven countries visited the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region from Aug 19 to 21 at the invitation of the regional government.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-08-26 15:14

China's New Oceanic Research Vessel Conducts First Sea Trial

BEIJING - China's new self-developed oceanic research vessel has set sail to the South China Sea to conduct its first comprehensive sea trial, according to the Science and Technology Daily Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-26 15:12

Soul Searching and CPC in Crucial Anniversary Year

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China and seven decades of the Communist Party of China as the nation's ruling party.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-23 11:23

WorldSkills Featuring 63 Chinese Contenders

Sixty--three Chinese contenders-54 men and nine women-will compete in the 45th WorldSkills competition in Kazan, Russia, where opening ceremonies were held on Thursday.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-23 11:20

China Pushes for Forest Tourism

Amid China's ecological protection efforts, the government is pushing for realizing the economic value of lucid waters and lush mountains through tourism development and poverty alleviation programs.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-22 09:20

Tech Plays Prominent Role in Book Fair

Celebrated Tibetan author A Lai participated in a special interview on Wednesday, the opening day of the 26th Beijing International Book Fair.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-22 09:15

China Unicom Releases 5G Data Package, the World's Cheapest

China Unicom recently said in a press conference its 5G data packages will cost a minimum of 190 yuan ($28.3), Beijing Daily reported on Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-21 09:15

Europe Records Boom in Chinese Tourists in H1

Europe became one of the most popular overseas destinations for Chinese travelers in first half year of 2019, according to a recent report by the China Tourism Academy.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-21 09:05

Premier Celebrates Medical Worker's Day

Premier Li Keqiang called for promoting reform of medical and healthcare systems, and giving full play to the major role of medical workers in this regard.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-20 10:16

List of Notable Books Brings Attention to Chinese Authors' Accomplishments

Chinese academics selected 101 Chinese books that have been published since 1949 for translation and promotion to highlight accomplishments in the field.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-20 10:01

Expat Experts Welcome Closer Scrutiny

Foreign teachers in China have welcomed the Ministry of Education's increased oversight of the sector, saying it will benefit the healthy development of the overall English-tuition industry.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-19 09:22

Annual Fishing Ban Lifted in S China

Hundreds of fishing boats departed from ports in southwest China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region at noon on Friday, marking the end of a fishing ban this summer.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-19 09:04

Red Cross Projects Promote Friendship with Needy Countries

Gu Bin, a member of the Chinese Red Cross Foundation, has been to many countries, including Pakistan and Iraq, to help with humanitarian assistance projects, but she likes Afghanistan the most.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-16 16:54

Science and Technology Help Nation Achieve Goals

China is on track to achieve its goal of boosting the contribution of scientific and technological progress in agriculture to more than 60 percent by the end of next year.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-16 16:50

About 830M Internet Users in China, 610M Online Shoppers

The number of internet users has surged to 830 million in 2018 from 620,000 in 1997, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-15 11:14

Increasingly, High-end Overseas Talent Coming Back to Ride Innovation Wave

Deng Yuanbo, now in his seventh year at Cambridge University in the United Kingdom, has decided to return to China to start his own business after he finishes his postdoctoral research on optical engineering next year.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-15 11:11

College Graduates Dream Big in Small Villages

When many of his peers were busy pursuing their dreams in big cities, Yang Ke gave up high-paying jobs and headed to the countryside in Northwest China's Ningxia Hui autonomous region to serve local residents last year.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-14 09:06

FDA Approves New Biotechnology

A Wuhan-based biotechnology company in central China's Hubei province received approval by the US Food and Drug Administration for clinical trials of its OsrHSA, a recombinant human serum albumin derived from rice grains.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-14 08:47

Nighttime Economy to Help Drive Growth

Authorities nationwide have beefed up measures to develop the nighttime economy, with steps to encourage post-dusk business activities and later closing hours at museums and art galleries.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-13 09:35

Harmony and Progress

We should make efforts to enhance virtue and civility in Chinese families and make them an important foundation for national development, progress and social harmony.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-08-13 09:27

AI Tailors Teaching Plans for China's School Students

BEIJING - Students at a high school in East China's Anhui province are having all their math tests marked by a computer, which will also analyze the results for teachers.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-12 09:17

Women Seen as Vital as Science Advances

Women in China should be encouraged to play a bigger role in basic science-particularly mathematics-and be freed from gender norms and other barriers, scientists say.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-12 09:05

Government's Cleanup Effort Leads to Tourism Boom in Ancient Dali

Tourism in a scenic part of the ancient city of Dali, in southwestern China's Yunnan province, has picked up this summer in the wake of a local government cleanup campaign.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-09 11:49

Brainpower Helps Ease the Route for Wheelchair Users

Imagine looking at a computer screen displaying several numbers in different boxes and being asked to stare randomly at one number.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-09 11:47

Shenzhen's Mass Drill Shows off Police Force

Shenzhen police force carried out a mass drill on Tuesday as the city in South China's Guangdong province ramps up efforts to ensure public security for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-07 14:12

Shanghai Opens Exhibit on Life, Work of Einstein

An exhibition on the life of Albert Einstein has opened in Shanghai, displaying many original manuscripts of the late theoretical physicist to Chinese people for the first time.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-07 14:10

Chinese Scientists Develop Devilfish-shaped Soft Robot

Chinese researchers in Northwestern Polytechnical University have developed a biomimetic robot in the shape of a manta ray, or devilfish, that can flap its wings and slide underwater.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-06 13:49

Movie Turns Ne Zha Palace into Hot Destination

Ne Zha Palace, a Qing Dynasty (1644-1911) architecture, has become a hot tourism attraction in Baiyun district of Guangzhou, Guangdong’s capital, after the Chinese animation film Ne Zha became a box office sensation recently.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-06 13:48

App Helps Blind, Visually Impaired with Basic Needs

As a person born with impaired eyesight, Cai Dongyue is usually homebound as he has to rely on the help of friends and family members to go outside.

Source: China Daily|2019-08-05 12:12

AI Development Plan Draws Map for Innovation

China will rely on enterprises, market mechanisms and other resources to build more open and innovative artificial intelligence platforms capable of producing new and effective services to bolster socioeconomic growth, under a plan released by the Ministr

Source: China Daily|2019-08-05 12:10

Expo Gives Gansu Platform to Boost Finance, Cultural Tourism

The Gansu government aims to provide diverse and innovative financial services for cultural tourism sectors, a government official has said.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-02 11:15

Chinese Scientists Develop New Type of Brain-Inspired Chip

Chinese scientists have successfully developed a ground-breaking electronic chip and incorporated it into a riderless autonomous bicycle.

Source: Xinhua|2019-08-02 11:13

China to Build First Home Port for Seaborne Spacecraft Launch

China plans to start building the first home port for seaborne space launches this year, a project that aims to facilitate more frequent and more systematic launches.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-01 10:50

China to Fund, Accelerate Number of Soccer Grounds

China plans to offer financial support to build soccer fields in certain pilot cities as the authorities push ahead with reforms aimed at making the country a soccer power.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-08-01 10:48

Vocational Trainees Find Good Jobs

Most of the trainees at vocational education centers in the Xin-jiang Uygur autonomous region have graduated from the centers and have started to play a positive role in the society, Xinjiang officials said on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-31 10:39

Network Helps Monitor Population of Big Cats

After nearly 20 years of efforts, China has built a monitoring network for endangered Siberian tigers and Amur leopards, covering more than 12,000 square kilometers in the provinces of Jilin and Heilongjiang, an expert said on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-31 10:37

Electric Helicopter Research Underway

Chinese designers have begun preliminary research into developing an electric helicopter and are working toward building a prototype for demonstration purposes, according to a key figure in the program.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-30 11:32

Ministry Looks to Boost Physical Activities at Schools

China plans to increase exercise opportunities at schools to help children and teenagers become more physically active, a senior official with the Ministry of Education said on Friday.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-30 11:30

Construction of New Beijing Airport Finished

Construction of Beijing Daxing International Airport has been completed after five years of frenzied activity. When the mega-airport begins operation on Sept 30, it will be the world's largest single-terminal airport at 700,000 square meters - the size of

Source: China Daily Global|2019-07-29 10:16

Social Norms to Support, Help Persons with Disabilities Established in China

Social norms to support and help persons with disabilities have been established in China, according to a white paper released by the State Council Information Office on Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-29 10:08

Peking University Dropout Admitted by Tsinghua

A student who once dropped out of Peking University before enrolling in Tsinghua University this year achieved Hubei province's highest score in the national college entrance exam.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-26 19:03

Boy Finds 66-million-year-old Dinosaur Eggs

A 9-year-old primary school student from Heyuan, South China’s Guangdong province, accidentally found what he suspected to be a dinosaur egg fossil on Tuesday while playing at the river bank in the downtown area with his mother, Beijing Youth Daily report

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-26 17:11

Homebuyers Getting Younger, Share of Women Buyers Rising

Homebuyers are getting younger and the percentage of female home buyers is rising in major Chinese cities, according to a report released Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-25 16:27

Stores Seek New Roles as Computer Age Poses Fresh Challenges

Wang Yue, manager of The Tintin Shop Shanghai, led a group of readers to revisit the Belgian cartoon character's adventures in the city by introducing them to the comic book The Adventures of Tintin on June 23.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-25 15:13

16th Anniversary of Shanghai Book Fair

Shanghai Book Fair, the city’s annual celebration of reading and print publications, will take place this year from Aug 14 to 20.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-24 18:13

Rare Blood Volunteers Save Man in 70s

Five people with a rare blood type have donated blood to save a man in Central China, according to Wuhan Evening News.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-24 17:11

China Selects Peony as National Flower

China, at long last, has its own floral symbol — and to no one's surprise, it's the king of the flowers.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-23 16:35

Diplomats Learn about Operations of CPPCC

About 60 ambassadors and diplomats to China from 40 Asian countries, as well as representatives from two international organizations, paid a visit to the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference on Monday to learn about

Source: China Daily|2019-07-23 16:07

Where Loyalty Ran Deep for Long March ahead

As the People's Republic of China prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary on Oct 1, China Daily is featuring a series of stories on the role regions have played in the country's development and where they are today.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-22 16:29

Medical Aid Promotes Friendship

This year marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. This is part of a series looking at the significant developments in various fields as China increases its interactions with the world.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-07-22 16:27

Persistent Innovation Pays off

Chen Luojing, a designer with the China Academy of Space Technology, is surprised by people's enthusiasm for the nation's space programs.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-19 18:06

The Road to the Red Planet

The launch window for a Mars probe appears once every two years, when conditions are favorable for scientists to attempt further exploration of the Red Planet.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-19 18:04

Peony Leads National Flower Poll

The peony has gained overwhelming support in an online vote to be chosen as China's national flower.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-18 16:49

Carrying the Torch, 100 Years Later

On July 14, 1919, two US missionaries - Cary Touchstone and Mabel Ellen Thomas - tied the knot at the United States Consulate in Shanghai after they met in the neighboring city of Suzhou, Jiangsu province.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-18 16:41

Market May Top $2 Billion Next Year

A report compiled by three expert bodies, including the Institute of Process Engineering at the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Research Academy of Environmental Sciences, suggests that the annual value of the nation's battery recycling sector

Source: China Daily Global|2019-07-17 17:54

Infographic: Figures on Healthy China Action Plan

Figures on Healthy China Action plan is published.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-17 15:41

FAST Scope to Search for Planets like Earth

The largest and most sensitive radio telescope ever built will hunt for signals from alien life and search for extrasolar planets - or exoplanets, which have magnetic fields like our planet - within 100 light-years of Earth.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-16 16:50

Cross-border E-commerce a Trade Priority

When Hangzhou Kaite Electrical Appliance, a producer of power strips, sockets and plugs, launched sales on online retail giant Amazon in the United States two years ago it was looking to boost its business.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-16 16:29

Lantern that Lit the Way for Long March

Riding on a red motorcycle from the county seat, 73-year-old veteran Yang Zhengyi, who just had a brush cut there, looked fresh and cool in gray.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-15 10:31

Ancient Lotus Finds New Life in Old Summer Palace

BEIJING -- Grown from a lotus seed that had been dormant underground for more than a hundred years, a lotus flower bloomed at the Old Summer Palace, or Yuanmingyuan in Beijing this week.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-15 09:44

First China-made Polar Cruise Ship on Sea Trial

NANJING - The first China-built cruise ship for polar expeditions has been on a seven-day sea trial departing from a dock in Haimen, East China's Jiangsu province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-15 09:39

Chinese Researchers Breed First Hornless Yaks

A Chinese research team has managed to breed the first hornless yak – an Adan yak in Northwest China's Qinghai province - after over 20 years' research.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-12 15:14

Salt Intake in China Confirmed among Highest in World

Salt intake in China is confirmed to be among the highest in the world, with adults over the past four decades consistently consuming on average above 10 grams of salt a day, more than twice the recommended limit, according to new research led by Queen Ma

Source: China Daily Global|2019-07-12 15:10

'Super Microscope' Access in High Demand

The China Spallation Neutron Source, a super microscope facility for studying the structure and movement of materials at the atomic scale, has conducted more than 100 experiments since opening in September.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-11 19:07

World's Largest Civil Hospital Ship Sets Sail

The world's largest civil hospital ship took to the seas in early July in the coastal city by Tianjin Xingang Shipbuilding Co Ltd.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-11 19:02

Post-1990s Generation Becomes Main Force of Home-returning Entrepreneurs

BEIJING -- In Northwest China's Shaanxi province, the post-1990s generation has taken the center stage of entrepreneurship among college students and graduates who chose to return to their hometowns to start a business, China Youth Daily reported Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-10 11:41

Restoring the Great Wall's Lost Glory

After seeing its value in tourism, Ningxia locals have stepped forward to protect it.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-10 11:39

Academy Aims to Increase Worldwide Understanding of China

After five years' development, Peking University's Yenching Academy aims to become a world-renowned master's program and a major platform for youth exchanges between China and other countries.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-09 16:57

Giant Strides Made in Turning Farmland into Forest and Grassland

More than 33 million hectares of farmland in China has been turned back into forest or grassland in the past two decades, making a significant contribution to the country's greening work.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-09 16:54

National Events Mark Anniversary of Conflict

Memorial ceremonies were held in many parts of the country on Sunday to commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the 1937 outbreak of the full-scale War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression (1931-45).

Source: China Daily|2019-07-08 10:03

Rapid Rise in Delivery Services Sees a New Boom

Too busy to spare time for small and trivial things that often consume your life? Concierge companies based in major Chinese cities will offer you a solution.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-08 10:00

Women Opting to Receive Shots Overseas

The human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine protects women against developing cervical cancer. Getting vaccinated near home or the workplace is convenient but demand and supply come into play.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-05 16:06

Miao Embroidery Embarks on Road to Future

The woman wearing a traditional cap and a silver dress symbolizes the colorful details of the Chinese Miao village through aesthetic embroidery.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-05 15:58

Chinese Women's Relay Swim Team 1st to Cross English Channel

After relay swimming for nearly 20 hours and covering 72.85 kilometers, five Chinese women crossed the English Channel and finally landed on Calais, France, at 18:30 local time on July 3.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-04 17:26

Expat Professor Retraces His China Journey of 25 Years Ago

William Brown, an American professor at Xiamen University, Fujian province, set off on Tuesday to retrace the route taken by him and his family in China 25 years ago.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-04 17:22

TCM Therapy Lures More Foreign Fans

Nguyen Viet Ha, a Vietnamese girl, has been studying in China for a decade. She obtained a bachelor's degree and then a master's, and the journey all started with her father's dream.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-03 09:01

Drone Makes First Postal Delivery

A Chinese private company has begun working with China Post on a trial operation that deploys drones to transport cargo.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-03 08:54

Visits to Birthplace of CPC Double for 98th Anniversary

Despite rain, the site of the Communist Party of China's first national congress in Shanghai has received visitors from across the country since early Monday, which was the 98th anniversary of the Party's founding.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-02 11:38

Veteran War Hero Awarded Honorary Title

The Organization Department of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee on Monday awarded Zhang Fuqing, a 95-year-old war hero, with a certificate and medal for the title of national outstanding CPC member.

Source: Xinhua|2019-07-02 11:32

China Most Popular Destination for Study abroad in Asia

China has become the most popular destination for studying abroad in Asia, said Liu Xiao, deputy director of the Division of Study in China, Department of International Cooperation and Exchange, Ministry of Education, on Thursday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-07-01 09:27

Membership of CPC Tops 90 Million

The membership of the 98-year-old Communist Party of China has exceeded 90 million, the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee said on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-01 09:20

Better Global Ties Planned for Software Industry

China will increase international cooperation in the software industry, no matter how the global situation develops, the nation's top regulator of the industry said on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-07-01 09:18

Program to Promote Universiade 2021 Launched

Chengdu, set to host the 31st Summer Universiade in 2021, on Wednesday launched a program encouraging global companies to join the sports event.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-28 17:34

Nie'er's Violin to Get a Tune up for 70th Anniversary Show

The violin which Nie'er used to compose China's national anthem will be restored for a performance in celebration of the 70th anniversary of the founding of New China.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-28 17:33

Chinese Researchers Discover Gene Helping Rice Reduce Heavy Metal Pollution

BEIJING -- Chinese researchers have discovered a gene which plays an important role in cadmium accumulation in rice, providing a reference for the cultivation of low-cadmium rice varieties.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-27 15:28

Makeup Fridges a Hot Item among Youth

Different from refrigerators used to keep food, vegetables and fruits fresh, specially designed refrigerators for cosmetic products have become popular among Chinese youngsters as they pay more attention to appearance.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-27 15:21

Larger Number of Female Seafarers Are Creating Waves in the Industry

China has offered 3,600 places to women at maritime colleges since 2016 in an effort to boost gender parity on ships, the Ministry of Transport said on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-26 18:05

Monitored Snow Leopard Proves Value to Researchers

By analyzing six years of data provided by local herdsmen through continuous monitoring, Chinese researchers have mastered the dynamics of a fixed population of snow leopards in the headwaters of the Yangtze, China's longest river.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-26 18:02

A Taste of Antiquity Comes Back from Rubble

CHENGDU - The clear water of the famous Grape Well - which has a history dating back to the Three Kingdoms (220-280) - drained away just hours after the recent earthquake in Sichuan.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-25 16:13

HK Students Arrive for Summer Study Internship

The Chinese Academy of Sciences launched its second summer internship program for Hong Kong undergraduates in Beijing on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-25 16:11

China's First Cross-Yellow River Metro Line Begins Trial Operation

LANZHOU -- The first metro line running under the Yellow River, China's second longest river, started trial operation on Sunday in Lanzhou, capital of Northwest China's Gansu province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-24 09:11

Chinese Researchers Create 3D Sewing Robotic Arm

HANGZHOU -- Traditional ways of sewing that rely on human hands or sewing machines may see a drastic change, as researchers in eastern China's Zhejiang province have created a 3D sewing robotic arm.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-24 09:07

17,000 Overseas Students in Chinese Higher Vocational Colleges: Report

BEIJING -- There were 17,000 overseas students in Chinese higher vocational colleges in 2018, according to an annual report on the quality of higher vocational education Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-21 17:08

More Chinese Plan for Spending Increase: Survey

BEIJING - More Chinese residents plan to increase their spending in the future, China's central bank found in a survey.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-21 16:59

Language Lessons with a Twist Prove Popular

A course teaching senior citizens phrases from English dialogue in films and television series is proving to be a hit at Harbin University for Seniors in Northeast China's Heilongjiang province.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-20 15:33

Carbon Fiber Subway Trains Complete Trial Run

A carbon fiber subway train of six carriages successfully completed its trial run in Qingdao, East China's Shandong province, on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-20 15:30

Training Program for Visiting Young Sinologist Kicks off

BEIJING -- A training and exchange program for young sinologist has recently opened in Shanghai, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-19 16:39

Tsinghua, Peking Earn Record Rankings in World Universities List

A total of 12 Chinese academic institutions have been included in the global top 100 of the sixteenth edition of the QS World University Rankings, released on Wednesday by London-based higher education analysts QS Quacquarelli Symonds.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-19 16:37

China Dominates List of Top 500 Supercomputers

China continues to dominate a list of the world's fastest supercomputers by the number of systems, according to a semiannual ranking of the Top 500 published Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-18 09:51

Malaria Drug Stil 'Best Weapon'

Artemisinin will continue to be the priority drug for the treatment of malaria, despite signs of drug resistance to artemisinin-based combination therapies (ACT) in some countries, Nobel laureate Tu Youyou said on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-18 09:47

China Has Nearly 2,400 Tech Schools

BEIJING - China had 2,379 tech schools and colleges with 3.41 million students in total as of the end of 2018, official figures have shown.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-17 09:47

3.65m Chinese Return after Overseas Study

A total of more than 3.65 million Chinese returned to China to pursue their careers after finishing their studies overseas from the beginning of China's reform and opening up in 1978 to the end of 2018, data showed.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-17 09:38

Tourism to SCO Nations Sees Rapid Expansion

An increasing number of Chinese tourists are visiting countries that are fellow members of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization - with Russia the leading destination - yet the huge potential in tourism cooperation has yet to be fully tapped, industry obs

Source: China Daily|2019-06-14 15:59

Survey Shows How College Students View Fathers

As this year's Father's Day falls on Sunday, a survey conducted in 561 universities nationwide by the news website youth.cn reveals students' relationships with their fathers.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-14 15:54

Southern Tea Grows Successfully in the North

As the spring tea picking season starts, workers on a tea plantation are busy picking and drying tea leaves round the clock deep in the Taihang Mountains in Lincheng county, North China's Hebei province.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-13 10:31

AI Offers Breakthrough in Cancer Diagnosis

Huawei Cloud, a subsidiary of the Chinese technology giant Huawei Technologies, and Kingmed Diagnostics, a Guangzhou-based medical diagnostic testing company, have announced a technological breakthrough in the diagnosis of cervical cancer.

Source: China Daily|2019-06-13 10:29

Nationwide Transport Card to Cover 260 Cities in 2019

About 260 cities at or above the prefecture level throughout China will be covered by T-Union, a nationwide public transport card this year, according to the Ministry of Transport on Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-12 18:19

Facial Recognition Reshapes People's Lives in China amid Rising Tide of AI

JINAN - Zhao Ying, 61, has recently stepped out of her traditional way of life after seeing someone checking out at a supermarket by scanning their face.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-12 18:17

Chinese Man Completes Around-the-world Flight, Lands in Chicago

CHICAGO -- After flying 68 days and making 50 stops, 57-year-old Bo Zhang completed his second around-the-world flight and landed in Chicago on Sunday morning.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-11 18:40

New Train Plan to Be Carried out in July

A new train plan will be put into operation in China starting July 10, to further enhance the transport capacity of the country's railways, according to China Railway Corporation, the country's rail carrier.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-11 18:34

Prison First in China to Allow Online Shopping

South China's Guangdong province on Wednesday announced the opening of China's first online shopping platform in prison at a province-wide conference on online shopping for prisoners.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-10 09:12

Millions of Chinese Students Sit National College Entrance Exam

BEIJING - China's annual college entrance exam, known as the gaokao,began Friday as an estimated 10 million students sat the critical exam needed to pursue their higher education.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-10 09:09

52-year-old to Take 23rd Gaokao

A 52-year-old man from Southwest China's Sichuan province will sit for the national college entrance examination, or gaokao, on Friday for the 23rd time.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-06 18:16

China Holds National Anthem Events at Middle, Primary Schools

BEIJING - China has launched a series of events to promote the country's national anthem in middle schools and primary schools nationwide.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-06 18:13

'Fragmented Time' No Barrier to China's Fitness Boom

After a morning spent mired in paperwork, several office workers in China's northwestern city of Lanzhou like to unwind at lunchtimes by exercising in a nearby gym.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-05 15:21

Centenarian Celebrates Birthday with Family of 168

A centenarian recently enjoyed her 103rd birthday party with her children, grandchildren, great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren in Handan, North China's Hebei province.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-05 15:18

Paraplegic Student Defends Her Thesis from Hospital Bed

A special thesis oral defense was held for a seriously injured third-year graduate student at a hospital in Central China's Henan province on Sunday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-06-04 09:28

Chinese Scientists Complete Whole Genome Sequencing of Ancient Wheat Seeds

Chinese scientists have sequenced the whole genome of 3,800-year-old wheat seeds unearthed from Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, decoding the food crop's spreading route into China.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-04 09:24

China's National Supercomputing Center Launches AI Testbed

SHENZHEN -- China's National Supercomputing Center in the South China city of Shenzhen on Friday launched a testbed for artificial intelligence experiments.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-03 09:05

China Rapidly Gaining Ground on World's Top Cities

BEIJING — The strength of China's economy is propelling its cities towards greater prominence on the global stage, a report has shown.

Source: Xinhua|2019-06-03 09:02

Gardening Expo Hopes to Benefit from Future Rewards

Seven years ago Jiang Zehui thought that winning the right to host the world's largest horticultural expo in Yanqing, Beijing, would not be a smooth sailing.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-31 16:29

HSK Exams Held by Hanban Taken 7 Million Times in 2018

The HSK exams, a test of Chinese-language proficiency organized by the Confucius Institute Headquarters, or Hanban, were taken 6.8 million times in 2018, up 4.6 percent from a year earlier, the Ministry of Education said on Friday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-31 16:25

Zhangjiakou Winter Olympics Venues Ready for Test Events by Year-end

BEIJING -- Competition venues in Zhangjiakou, the northern co-host city of the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics, will meet the standards for holding test events by the end of this year.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-30 09:29

First Taiwan-funded Bank Approved to Issue Credit Aard in Chinese Mainland

BEIJING -- Shanghai-based Fubon Bank (China) Co has recently received approval to issue credit cards in the Chinese mainland, according to a Chinese mainland spokesperson Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-30 09:27

Provinces Prepare for Expressway Toll Booth Removal

Over 30 provinces have been making specific plans to meet the goal of removing all expressway toll booths at provincial borders by the end of this year, a senior official with the Ministry of Transport said Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-29 15:51

Limit Placed on Number of Visitors to Great Wall

The number of daily visitors to the Badaling section of the Great Wall will be restricted and online ticket sales introduced to ease congestion at the world-famous site, tourism authorities said on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-29 15:45

China Remains as Most Attractive Investment Destination

China remains the world's most appealing investment destination as it has sound infrastructure, supporting industrial systems, an improving business environment and an upgraded consumer market, an official said in an interview with Xinhua.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-28 09:34

Women, Children Benefit from Better Health Services

The health of women and children has climbed in China because of improved services, and gaps between regions have narrowed significantly, according to a report released on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-28 09:32

More Chinese Share Travel Experiences Online

BEIJING - Increasing access to mobile Internet technology has encouraged more Chinese tourists to share travel experiences online, according to a new report.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-27 08:55

Rare Albino Panda Seen in Wolong Snapshot

An albino panda has been spotted in the Wolong National Nature Reserve in Wenchuan county, Sichuan province.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-27 08:50

Half of China's Newborns in 2018 Second Children

BEIJING -- About half of China's 15.23 million newborns in 2018 were second children in the family, according to a recent report by the National Health Commission.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-24 11:43

From Forbidden City to People's Museum, Palace Museum Witnesses Changing China

BEIJING - When Reginald Johnston, a British scholar, first walked into the Forbidden City in the spring of 1919, the vast walled enclosure in the heart of Beijing was in the strictest sense 'forbidden' to all the world except those who had the entree.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-24 11:41

3 Chinese Women Conquer Mount Qomolangma

A mountaineering team of Chinese women have successfully scaled the world's highest peak -- Mount Qomolangma, also known as Mount Everest -- on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-23 14:35

Stateless People Settle into New Life with Chinese Nationality

Nationality is often something a person acquires right after birth, but to a group of people living on China-Nepal border in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, it is a gift from Chinese government that has completely changed their lives.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-23 14:33

Import of Materials for TCM to Be Made Easier

Pharmaceutical companies will soon be able to import raw materials for traditional Chinese medicine without requiring authorization from the top drug authority.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-22 11:50

3D the New Ingredient for Cooking of the Future

Can machines prepare ingredients, cook them and make them as delicious as traditionally prepared food? Chinese companies are trying to make this possible and create a smarter food industry that meets future needs.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-22 11:43

China Uses Foreign Experience, AI to Improve Legal Services

BEIJING -- China is using the experience of foreign countries to improve its public legal services, especially online services, Xiong Xuanguo, vice justice minister, said Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-21 15:08

China's Academic Ecology Fuels AI Industry

The development of China's artificial intelligence (AI) industry has got a strong boost from the academic field, according to a report released by the Chinese Institute of New Generation Artificial Intelligence Development Strategies (CINGAI) on Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-21 15:05

Helicopters May Take Urban Transport to New Heights

Pressing a button to call a helicopter to a rooftop was once the stuff of science fiction, but it could soon be a reality in China's southern metropolis of Shenzhen.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-20 10:07

China Calls for Global 5G Standards

China has approved nearly 200 standards in key telecommunication areas and called for global efforts promoting 5G development – particularly in setting 5G standards.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-20 10:05

Construction Completed on Widest Bridge over the Yangtze

WUHAN - Workers on Thursday joined the two sections of the widest bridge over the Yangtze, China's longest river.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-17 15:13

Ctrip CEO: Positive Outlook for China's Outbound Tourism

Sun Jie, CEO of Ctrip, one of China's largest online travel agencies, said she had confidence in the robust growth outlook for outbound Chinese tourism.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-17 15:10

Media Cooperation Expected to Contribute to Asia's Development

Media cooperation will contribute to the prosperity and development of the Asian region and Asian civilizations.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-16 15:45

China Accelerates Rice Cultivation in Saline Soil

CHANGSHA -- A leading saline soil rice research center in eastern China's Shandong province made the decision to expand its experimental land to over 666 hectares early this month.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-16 15:37

Chinese Animator and Director Dies at 83

SHANGHAI-- Hu Jinqing, Berlin Silver Bear winner and top-grade director of the Shanghai Animation Film Studio, passed away at the age of 83 in Shanghai on Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-15 16:21

Online English Education Sees 168% Growth

Online English-language courses for children saw an explosive growth in 2018, according to a report released by data-monitoring firm Trustdata on Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-15 16:09

Chinese Academy of Sciences to Hold Public Science Day

BEIJING -- The Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced Monday that it will hold its 15th Public Science Day from May 18 to 19.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-14 15:32

Waste-free Program Piloted in 16 Areas of China

A total of 11 cities and five regions in China are aiming to be waste-free after piloting a two-year national garbage disposal plan, Chinanews.com reported Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-05-14 15:30

China's Lunar Rover Travels over 190 Meters on Moon's Far Side

China's lunar rover Yutu-2 has driven 190.66 meters on the far side of the moon to conduct scientific exploration on the virgin territory.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-13 14:28

New Technology Enables Large-scale Production of Artemisinin for Malaria

Chinese researchers have developed a new technology to produce artemisinin, the top choice for malaria treatment, on a large scale.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-13 14:26

Chinese AI Start-up Launches Groundbreaking Chip

SHANGHAI - During a demonstration on Thursday, an Artificial Intelligence (AI) server the size of a laptop used 200 cameras to complete a real-time intelligent video analysis task -- matching the faces of several hundred audiences members with their previ

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-10 08:41

Scientists Find Rare Dinosaur with Wings

Chinese scientists have discovered an extremely rare and fantastical Jurassic Period dinosaur species in Liaoning province that roamed China's ancient forests with batlike wings attached to its tiny feathered body some 163 million years ago.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-10 08:33

Rural Village Reaps Plentiful Harvest from Agritourism

When Wang Zhiqiang returned in 2014 to Huamao, his home village in Zunyi, Guizhou province, after leading what he called a vagrant life, he made a life-changing move.

Source: China Daily Global|2019-05-09 09:44

Love Stories Preserved in Museum of Breakups

In a shopping mall located in the center of Harbin city, capital of Northeast China's Heilongjiang province, a 200-square-meter museum displays items and real-life stories of people's breakups.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-09 09:34

Radiation Facility Remains on Cutting Edge

The Shanghai Synchrotron Radiation Facility - which represents a major step in Shanghai's journey to become a world-leading science and technology innovation center - will see its research capability more than double within the next three years, the facil

Source: China Daily|2019-05-08 11:55

Choices Diversified on Overseas Study

Chinese students are increasingly diversifying their choices of destinations for overseas studies, with more students choosing to go to the United Kingdom, Australia and Canada, a new report showed.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-08 11:51

Recognized Standards Sought for TCM in EU

Aiming to expand internationally, traditional Chinese medicine is teaming up with European authorities to ramp up quality control.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-07 11:17

Vocational School in Thailand Boosts Modern Skills with Help from China

Now the train moves forward, said 20-year-old Arthitaya Sapkum, who was attentively looking at a screen that simulates the locomotive window of a high-speed train, while her classmates were operating the control system on a panel.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-07 11:16

Lofty Goal Draws Elite Satellite Students to China

Socheat Chea, a Cambodian student with big dreams, wouldn't attract much attention if he walked down a street in his country since he doesn't talk a lot and is a bit shy around strangers.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-06 15:28

May Fourth Movement's Legacy Still Inspires the Nation's Youth

This year marks the 100th anniversary of an anti-imperialist, cultural and political movement which originated in a series of student protests in Beijing. Zou Shuo reports.

Source: China Daily|2019-05-06 15:16

China Reports over 16M Railway Trips on Last Day of May Day Holiday

BEIJING - Railways trips in China surged on Saturday, the last day of the four-day May Day holiday, data from the national railway operator showed.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-05 11:15

Chinese Youths Mark May Fourth Movement Centenary

BEIJING -- A TV gala marking the centenary of the May Fourth Movement in China will air in the evening this Saturday and Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-05-05 11:13

Ancient Brick Tea Route to Russia Experiences Revival

In the 17th century, hundreds of thousands of merchants transported brick tea - blocks of compressed oolong tea or black tea - along a trade route that linked Central China's Hubei province with St. Petersburg, Russia.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-30 15:33

Future 'Glitters' for Traditional Lanterns

In a lantern-making factory in Zigong, Southwest China's Sichuan province, Zhou Xian talks about a wire frame structure shaped into a human figure.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-30 15:31

Beijing Horticultural Expo at a Glance

Beijing horticultural expo at a glance

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-29 16:53

Want to Type One of the World's Oldest Language? Now You Can

Chinese researchers have developed a numeral-based coding system to facilitate the search and study of oracle bone script, the oldest written Chinese language.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-29 16:50

Air Transportation Helping Trade with Europe

China's inland province and Luxembourg are seeing more opportunities in trade and economic cooperation thanks to further development in air transportation, executives and officials said.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-28 10:30

Extended Holiday Boosts Medium-And Short-Distance Travel

More Chinese will take medium- and short-distance trips during the May Day holiday after it was extended to four days and travel time by high-speed train was shortened, according a travel report released recently.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-28 10:28

China Awards Outstanding Youth

BEIJING -- China's youth organizations have decided to award the May 4 medals to 30 outstanding young people and 13 groups from various fields across the country.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-28 10:21

China's 1st Space Station to Be Shared

China's plan to involve international communities in its space missions to jointly conduct space research shows its determination to further enhance global cooperation in space projects, according to the director of the United Nations Office for Outer Spa

Source: China Daily|2019-04-26 15:11

Origins of Language Category Postulated

Researchers at Fudan University have provided linguistic evidence of Sino-Tibetan origins in northern China in the Late Neolithic age, serving as a critical basis for the study in the origin and development of Chinese civilization and the migration histor

Source: China Daily|2019-04-26 15:08

Developments in Space Plans Announced

China aims to place a scientific research station near the moon's south pole in about 10 years, as well as conduct other exploration missions using astronauts on the lunar surface, a senior space official said on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-25 10:16

TCM Prompts More Visits from the Neighbors

For the past decade, Gabidin Khalinov has visited Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, at least once a year for a physical examination.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-25 10:14

First Panda-themed Library Opens

CHENGDU - A giant panda themed library opened Tuesday in a primary school in Chengdu, capital city of southwest China's Sichuan Province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-24 10:27

A World-class Force

Seventy years ago, in the early days of the People's Liberation Army Navy, the service used small, antiquated gunboats and even wooden boats that were ineffective in combat.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-24 10:18

World-class PLA Navy Is Emerging

The People's Liberation Army Navy has made tremendous strides over the past few years in transforming itself into a world-class force under guidance and instructions from President Xi Jinping, according to top Navy commanders.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-23 15:59

Multinational Naval Events Kick off to Mark Chinese Navy Anniversary

Multinational naval events commemorating the 70th founding anniversary of the Chinese People's Liberation Army (PLA) Navy kicked off Monday in east China's port city of Qingdao.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-23 15:47

Chinese Scientists Find Cheaper Way to Make Hydrogen Fuel

HEFEI -- Chinese scientists have found a cheaper way to produce hydrogen energy by developing a new catalyst.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-22 16:46

PLA Navy Marks Founding Anniversary

The People's Liberation Army Navy held a gathering in Beijing on Sunday to mark the coming 70th anniversary of its founding.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-22 16:41

Press Center Opens in Qingdao Ahead of Navy's 70th Anniversary

A press center opened on Wednesday in Qingdao of Shandong province for the upcoming multinational naval activity to honor the 70th birthday of the People's Liberation Army Navy, according to the Navy.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-19 11:48

China Offers to Lift Others' Lunar Projects

China extended an invitation to the international space community on Thursday to join the country's efforts to explore the moon.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-19 11:47

Home Comforts for Both the Elderly and Young

Over the past five months, Tan Peifang, 84, and Wang Xinhang, fresh from college, have lived together in the seaside city of Fuzhou in Fujian province.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-18 13:45

BeiDou Navigation System Applied in Laying Tracks for Beijing-Xiongan Intercity

The process of laying tracks for an intercity railway linking Beijing with Xiongan New Area is now applying the BeiDou navigation system, according to the Science and Technology Daily on Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-18 13:43

Survey on Reading Habits Released

In advance of World Book Day on April 23, the Chinese Academy of Press and Publication released its 16th national survey on Chinese people's reading habits on Tuesday in Beijing.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-17 08:49

More Chinese Choosing to Adopt Pets Instead of Buying

CHANGSHA-A life-changing moment has finally come for Demacia, a six-month-old stray dog in Changsha, Hunan province.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-17 08:46

Slower Rise in Chinese Studying Overseas

The number of Chinese studying abroad grew at a slower rate in 2018 compared with 2017, as more students have come to realize that overseas study does not necessarily guarantee a well-paid job on foreign shores, or back home, education experts said.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-16 14:56

Test Tube Baby Grows up, Gives Birth

The first test-tube baby on the Chinese mainland, a female born in 1988, is now an adult and gave birth to a healthy boy on Monday, Peking University Third Hospital announced.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-16 14:53

New Species May Shake Mankind's Family Tree

The determination of a new species and possibly one of our ancestors is raising questions about existing theories of evolution and the nature of the human tree.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-15 08:49

Nation to Attract More Foreign Talent

China will further open up and strengthen international cooperation in technology to promote a favorable environment for global talent, Wang Zhigang, minister of science and technology, said on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-15 08:46

Eco-friendly Toilet to Be Set up at 7,028M on Mt. Qomolangma

LHASA - China is to add an eco-friendly toilet at the camp 7,028 meters up the north slope of Mount Qomolangma during the climbing season this spring, local officials told Xinhua.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-12 16:40

6 Chinese Cities among World's Top 30 in Tech

Six Chinese cities made it into the list of the top 30 tech cities worldwide compiled by international real estate adviser Savills, and they account for a higher share of venture capital investment than their US counterparts.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-12 16:34

Policies Aim to Preserve Region's Religious Culture

People who have been to Tibet may notice the well-preserved religious and traditional culture, which has much to do with the central government's efforts to protect traditional culture and people's freedom of religious belief, according to a researcher of

Source: China Daily|2019-04-11 11:18

Mass Courses Bring Top-level Education to All

China ranks first in the number of Massive Online Open Courses and viewers in the world, the Ministry of Education has said.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-11 11:11

China Is Catching up in All Innovation Indicators: Report

WASHINGTON - China is catching up with the United States in innovation, according to the indicators shown in an American think tank report released Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-10 11:26

Beijing Expo 2019 Is Global Celebration of Horticulture

As a global event for the horticultural industry, the International Horticultural Exhibition gathers the industry's global elites and is committed to promoting global exchange in artistic and cultural developments.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-10 11:13

High Elastic Material Developed for Agricultural Biomass Utilization

HEFEI - Chinese researchers have developed a type of high elastic material made from castor oil derivative.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-09 10:40

Residency Shift Part of Plan to Boost Urban Base

China will take key measures in a new push to improve its cities through boosting the urban population and bolstering the nation's high-quality and stable economic growth, the country's top economic planner said.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-09 10:22

Railway Travel Surges during Holiday

China's railway system will handle around 53 million passenger trips during the four-day Tomb Sweeping Day holiday, according to China Railway, the national operator.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-08 09:53

Languages Other than English Are Encouraged for BRI Ties

China should accelerate the teaching of various foreign languages, not just English, as the country's Belt and Road Initiative progresses, experts said.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-08 09:48

Chinese University Opens LEGO Courses

TIANJIN -- LEGO bricks have found a place in the classroom at northern China's Tianjin University, aiming to deepen students' knowledge and understanding and foster creative thinking.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-04 09:35

New Age Dawns as Heritage Sites Embrace Change

The Palace Museum in Beijing, also known as the Forbidden City, is one of the most historically and culturally significant sites in China.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-04 09:29

Rice Project Benefits Nations in Asia, Africa

A decadelong agricultural project spearheaded by Chinese scientists has helped alleviate poverty for more than 1.6 million farming households in 18 Asian and African countries through cultivation of high-yield and resilient rice strains.

Source: China Daily|2019-04-03 11:43

Chinese Man Starts Around-the-world Flight in Chicago

CHICAGO -- A 57-year-old Chinese man kicked off his second flight around the world on Tuesday in a Diamond DA42 aircraft from Chicago, the third most populous U.S. city.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-03 11:38

Beijing Daxing Airport Expressway to Finish Construction This Year

BEIJING -- The construction of the Beijing Daxing International Airport expressway will be completed this year, local transport authorities said Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-02 18:35

Chinese Researchers Identified Gene Mutations of Female Infertility

Many women are unable to conceive and deliver a baby due to genetic problems caused by inherited chromosome abnormalities or single-gene defects.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-02 18:34

China Promotes Paying Tribute to Revolutionary Martyrs

BEIJING -- China has kicked off a campaign to promote paying tribute to revolutionary martyrs as Tomb-sweeping Day draws near.

Source: Xinhua|2019-04-01 08:33

Belt and Road Initiative Serves to Promote Multilateral Cooperation

It is natural for such a big international project as China's Belt and Road Initiative to be taken by some with a grain of salt.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-04-01 08:26

China to Promote Culture, Tourism Volunteer Services

BEIJING -- China will encourage standardized, regular culture and tourism-related volunteer services in 2019, according to a plan by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism that includes three initiatives.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-29 19:06

Chinese Telescope Collects More than 11 Mln Spectra

BEIJING -- China has released 11.25 million spectra of celestial objects acquired by the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) to astronomers worldwide, according to the National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC) of t

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-29 19:03

Dinosaur-era Bird Fossil Found with Unlaid Egg

A group of scientists in Gansu province have discovered a fossilized bird dating back about 110 million years and the first ever to have an unlaid egg in its abdomen.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-28 11:59

Chinese Students Studying Abroad Up 8.83%

The number of Chinese students studying abroad reached 662,100 in 2018, up 8.83 percent from a year earlier, the Ministry of Education said on Wednesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-28 11:55

China Sees Progress in 'Balancing' Development of Compulsory Education

China's efforts to promote the balanced development of compulsory education, which usually means narrowing inter-regional, rural-urban or inter-school gaps in terms of education conditions and quality, has borne fruit, the Ministry of Education said Tue

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-27 17:49

Study Offers Clues for Chinese Giant Salamander Conservation

Scientists have identified seven major genetically distinct groups of the critically endangered Chinese giant salamander - the world's largest amphibian - living in the wild in China, with three in Zhangjiajie, in Central China's Hunan province.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-27 17:43

New Paris Species Named after Chinese Botanist

WUHAN -- Chinese scientists have identified a critically endangered new species of Paris, a valuable herb in traditional Chinese medicines (TCM), in Southwest China's Yunnan province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-26 17:36

China to Open Online Service for Cross-border Travels

BEIJING -- China's National Immigration Administration (NIA) will open an online service on April 1 to facilitate application and inquiry of travel documents.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-26 17:35

Fossil Trove Gives View of Ancient Life

Researchers have unearthed a trove of well-preserved fossils representing more than 50 previously undescribed animal species dating back 518 million years.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-25 11:05

Belt, Road Brings Youths Closer at Speech Contest

An international English speaking competition aimed at helping youths from diverse backgrounds gain a deeper understanding of each other's countries and cultures through language and cultural exchanges was held in Hangzhou, Zhejiang province over the week

Source: China Daily|2019-03-25 10:56

Labor Day Holiday to Be 4 Days This Year

This year, the Labor Day holiday will be expanded to four days, general office of the State Council saidin a news release on Friday morning.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-22 16:53

Chinese Scientists Identify New Fish Genus Living 244 Million Years Ago

Chinese scientists have recently identified a new fish genus living 244 million years ago after they examined four well-preserved specimens discovered in Luoping, eastern Yunnan province.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-22 16:49

Purrfect! A Smart Shelter Powered by AI Keeps Stray Cats Warm in Winter

A constant temperature of 27 degrees, a water bowl that never freezes, a comfy mat, and no dogs allowed.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-21 17:46

Treatment for Sleep Disorders Improving but More Needed

People with sleep problems usually think they can adjust by themselves at first and then resort to medication when they fail, according to Guo Xiheng, director of the sleep and respiratory center at Beijing Chaoyang Hospital, Capital Medical University.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-21 17:38

Chinese Scientists Find Protein That Curbs HIV Spread

Chinese scientists have identified a new protein that restricts HIV infection, which could pave way for development of new antivirus drugs.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-20 18:34

Major Exhibition on China's Reform, Opening-up Receives 4.2 Million Visits

A grand exhibition to commemorate the 40th anniversary of China's reform and opening-up concluded Wednesday, after receiving 4.2 million visits.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-20 18:32

Rotating Use of Farmland Will Bring a Harvest of New Growth

China announced that the area of farmland designated to cultivate different crops or lay fallow will increase to 2 million hectares this year, 25 percent more than last year.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-19 11:22

Hybrid Rice Promises Stable Food Supply for Philippines

Success, according to Chinese wisdom, depends on good timing, a favorable location and human harmony.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-19 11:17

7 Major Clades of Wild Chinese Giant Salamander Identified in China

Chinese scientists identified seven major clades of critically-endangered wild Chinese giant salamander in China, with three clades inhabiting Hunan's Zhangjiajie, a major origin area of the world's existing largest amphibian.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-18 11:11

'Dynamic Monitoring Mechanism' Planned

In the outline development plan for the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, unveiled on Feb 18, authorities set out a framework for building ecological protection barriers.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-18 11:09

Better Livelihoods Reflect Better Human Rights

People across the world want their human rights to be well protected so they can lead a relatively trouble-free and peaceful life.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-15 15:23

University Uses AI to Fight Truancy

From monitoring cameras to fingerprint attendance systems, universities and colleges continue to adapt in their battle to tackle students' truancy.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-15 15:21

China's Lunar Rover Expected to Work beyond Design Life

China's lunar rover Yutu-2, or Jade Rabbit-2, has driven 163 meters on the far side of the moon and is expected to work longer than its three-month design life.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-14 16:36

China to Push for AI Courses to Be Offered at Primary, Secondary Schools

China will push for Artificial Intelligence (AI) courses to be offered at primary and secondary schools and popularize programming education in steps, according to a directive issued by the Ministry of Education.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-14 16:27

China's Top Political Advisory Body Concludes Annual Session

The Second Session of the 13th National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), the top political advisory body, held its closing meeting Wednesday morning.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-13 16:22

World's First TCM Evidence-based Medical Center Established

The Chinese traditional medicine (TCM) evidence-based medical center, the world's first organization of such kind, was officially established Tuesday in the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-13 16:20

Student of Beijing's Migrant School Gets into Harvard

A student of Beijing's first and only middle school for children from migrant families recently secured admission at Harvard University, one of the world's most elite institutions.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-12 13:59

China Plots Unique Path to Modernization

The role of new technology in China's modernization has impressed David Firestein, the president and CEO of the George H.W. Bush Foundation for US-China Relations.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-12 13:54

Foreign Investment Law Will Boost Protection

On Friday, the National People's Congress, the country's top legislative body, will vote on the adoption of the draft foreign investment law.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-11 17:45

China's New Manned Submersible Completes Expedition Mission

China's science ship Tansuo-1 loaded with the manned submersible Shenhai Yongshi (Deep Sea Warrior) returned to its home harbor in Sanya, South China's Hainan province, on Sunday, after finishing its first expedition in the Indian Ocean.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-11 17:42

Focus of Winter Games Shifts to Venues

Preparations for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games have reached a key phase in which the construction of most venues has started and the focus has shifted to operations and management of the venues.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-08 15:14

Draft Law a Positive Sign for Foreign Businesses

Like many other foreign experts and academics around the world, Bernard Dewit is among those applauding the draft foreign investment law that will be reviewed at the plenary session of the National People's Congress.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-08 15:12

China's Lunar Rover Studies Stones on Moon's Far Aside

BEIJING -China's lunar rover has conducted scientific detection on some stones on the far side of the moon, which might help scientists find out whether they are from outer space or native to the moon.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-07 15:20

China to Boost Development of Traditional Chinese Medicine

China will roll out a host of measures to boost development of traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), according to a statement issued by the National Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-07 15:10

Latest Tech Continues to Shape News Coverage

When the two sessions kicks off every year, it is also the time to show some of the latest technologies that could potentially change our lives in the near future.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-06 15:26

Stakeholders Give Report High Marks

The Government Work Report, delivered by Premier Li Keqiang on Tuesday, received high marks from national lawmakers and netizens, a senior official said.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-06 15:13

National People's Congress: All You Need to Know

National People's Congress: All you need to know

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-05 15:01

Xiongan New Area to Start Full-scale Construction Phase

Xiongan New Area in Hebei province is about to reach full-scale construction stage after a series of plans were finalized in the past two years, a top Xiongan official said on Tuesday.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-03-05 14:48

Space Program to Open Lunar Data to Public

China's Chang'e 4 unmanned lunar mission has been proceeding well and its scientific findings will be made available for free to anyone wishing to access them, according to a key figure in the nation's lunar program.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-04 11:38

Nation Sees Glittering Tourism Prospects

As China works to realize its immense potential as a global tourism destination, more cities have introduced visa-free transit services to make visits easier.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-04 11:35

China Strengthens Regional Cooperation in Greater Bay Area

China has made substantial progress in integrating the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area into a vibrant world-class city cluster, officials said Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-01 10:37

China Voices Resolute Opposition to Provocations in South China Sea

China respects freedom of navigation and flights over the South China Sea but resolutely opposes taking it as a pretext to conduct provocative moves in this area, a spokesperson for the Chinese military said Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-01 10:34

Man Drives across Five Continents in Four Years

A 44-year-old Chinese man has concluded a drive around five continents, ending the last leg in Ushuaia, southern Argentina.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-28 14:51

High-quality Reboot Revives Oilcloth Umbrella Tradition

Wearing a brightly colored oilcloth apron, 50-year-old Zheng Guoming carefully brushes tung oil on an umbrella cover.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-28 14:48

Bus Driver Learns English to Offer Better Service to Foreigners

Driver Wang Qiang began to learn English on his own since he found there are quite a number of foreigners on the bus, whose route includes the railway station and several commercial areas, the places that are attractive to foreign tourists.

Source: chinadaily.com.cn|2019-02-27 11:18

Scientists Envision Solar Power Station in Space

Chinese scientists are exploring the possibility of putting in place a space-based solar power station, a futuristic approach expected to reduce pollution back on Earth and mitigate energy shortfalls.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-27 11:14

Tibet Works to Guard Its Jewels of Nature

At the annual sessions of the region's people's congress and political advisory body in January, authorities called for more pollution control through greater input and efforts this year.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-26 15:29
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