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Network Growth to Make Nation Biggest 5G Market

China is set to become the world's largest 5G market, with 460 million users of the next-generation superfast network by 2025, a report released on Wednesday said.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-21 14:00

Border Province's Trade Volume up 8% with Belt and Road Countries

Southwest China's Yunnan province reached foreign trade volume of 33.11 billion yuan ($4.84 billion) in the first two months of the year, with countries along the Belt and Road accounted for 70.5 percent, according to the local customs office.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-21 13:52

China's Farm Produce Prices Continue to Rise

Prices of farm produce in China continued to rise last week, official data showed Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-20 13:56

China's 2020 Vision Sharpens Focus on Team Discipline

With the goal to win more than two gold medals at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, the Chinese Athletics Association (CAA) has urged national team members to focus on training and avoid distractions off the field.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-20 13:55

New Rocket Engines in Making for Moon, Mars

Chinese engineers are pushing forward with the research and development of engines to be used on the country's next lunar probe and its first Mars probe, a project leader said.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-20 13:53

Guangzhou to Boost Bus Stops with 5G

Guangzhou Jumbo Bus Group, a bus investment and operation company, signed a strategic cooperation agreement with the Guangzhou branch of China Telecom to upgrade bus stops and related projects with 5G technology last Saturday.

Source:|2019-03-20 13:51

China's Catering Industry Exceeds 4 Trillion Yuan in 2018

China's food and beverage (F&B) industry posted a record high of 4.27 trillion yuan ($636 billion) in revenue in 2018, the China Cuisine Association said Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-19 10:19

China's Research Ship Departs for 54th Ocean Expedition in Pacific

China launched its 54th ocean expedition on Monday to conduct research on the oceanic resources and environment in the Pacific, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-19 10:16

Hainan's Longest Sea Bridge Opens to the Public

The longest sea bridge in South China's Hainan province opened Monday, cutting travel time from Wenchang city to Haikou city from 90 minutes to about 20, according to the local transport authority.

Source:|2019-03-19 10:15

Law-based Campaign Transforms Xinjiang

China has been striking at terrorism and extremism in accordance with the law and giving top priority to a preventive approach, according to a white paper released on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-19 10:12

Island Highway Loop Set to Boost Hainan Tourism

Plans are underway to give Hainan's tourism infrastructure and services a solid boost, with construction of highways and expressways to be started or completed this year, according to local authorities.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-18 10:02

China-ASEAN Expo to be Held in Late September

The 16th China-ASEAN Expo (CAEXPO) is slated to be held in Nanning, capital of Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region, from Sept 20 to 23.

Source:|2019-03-18 10:00

China Posts Rising Power Generation

China's power generation rose 2.9 percent year on year to hit 1.09 trillion kwh in the first two months of the year, according to the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-18 09:57

3 Parents Detained over Fake Photos of Bad Food

Three parents in Chengdu, Sichuan province, have been detained for faking photos of food in a primary school's cafeteria to make it appear moldy, the information office of the municipal government said on its social media account on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-18 09:55

China Leads the World in Digital Financial Inclusion Advances

China is taking the global lead in digital financial inclusion and could introduce its best practices to other countries, said a senior fintech practitioner.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-15 10:50

National Legislature Holds Closing Meeting of Annual Session

The second session of the 13th National People's Congress held its closing meeting Friday morning.

Source: Xinhua/|2019-03-15 10:48

First China-made Polar Cruise Ship Tests Water

The first China-made cruise ship for polar expeditions tested the water on March 12 in Haimen, a county-level city in Nantong, East China's Jiangsu province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-15 10:46

Power Links Enhance Cross-Straits Relationship

Preliminary planning of an electricity grid that will send mainland power to Jinmen and Matsu - islets near Taiwan that also lie off the coast of Xiamen, Fujian province - has been completed, according to a national lawmaker from Xiamen.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-15 10:43

Beijing to Set up Institution to Oversee City's After-school Centers

Beijing will establish an institution this year to oversee after-school centers, the capital's Education Commission announced.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-14 10:47

China Provides More Financial Support for Startups

China's finance ministry has called for more financial support from local governments for startups to direct funds to cash-starved businesses.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-14 10:45

New Highway Lets Tourists Drive around Hainan Island

In its latest move to boost tourism industry, South China's tropical province of Hainan will start to construct a scenic highway around the main island this year, local authorities said Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-14 10:42

Frequent Launch of Manned Spacecraft Possible in China around 2022

A deputy to the 13th National People's Congress and chief designer of the space program of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation said that China will realize frequent launch of manned spacecraft like flights after the country establishes its

Source: People's Daily Online|2019-03-14 10:41

Courts Keeping Tabs on Those Who Remain in Debt

More than 3.6 million people who previously owed money have complied with court rulings to repay since China's top court promised to resolve verdict enforcement problems three years ago, the Supreme People's Court said in its annual work report on Tuesday

Source: China Daily|2019-03-13 10:13

Safety of Food and Drugs Will be Further Enhanced, Minister Says

China's food and drug safety situation is improving steadily, in general, but still face acute problems, Fu Zhenghua, minister of justice, said, adding strict supervision and severe punishment will be on offer to better protect the country's food and drug

Source:|2019-03-13 10:10

Beijing-Zhangjiakou Bullet Line Gets Powered Up

Construction is underway on the electrical facilities for the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway, which will have the world's first automatically driven trains running at speeds of up to 350 kilometers per hour.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-13 10:08

Icebreaker Returns Home Early after Hitting Iceberg

The Chinese icebreaker Xuelong, carrying the 349 members of China's 35th research mission to Antarctica, returned to Shanghai safely on Tuesday, about a month earlier than originally scheduled due to a collision with an iceberg.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-13 10:05

China Grounds Max 8 Planes after Crash

Civil aviation authorities told domestic airlines on Monday to ground nearly 100 Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft, more than a quarter of the total in operation worldwide, after one of the planes operated by Ethiopian Airlines crashed on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-12 10:54

Traditional Black Soap Helps Clean up Poverty in Xinjiang

Bars of shabby-looking homemade soap are generating economic and environmental benefits for Qingel county in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-12 10:51

Hong Kong Researchers Discover over 7,000 New Marine Species

Over 7,000 new microbial species in the oceans were discovered by researchers from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), which made the results public on Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-12 10:49

Super-powerful Long March 9 Said to Begin Missions around 2030

Chinese scientists are designing what is expected to be the world's most powerful rocket, according to a senior researcher.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-12 10:46

Satellite Mission Marks 300th Launch of Long March Rocket

China lifted into space a Long March 3B carrier rocket early Sunday morning to place a communications satellite into a geostationary orbit, marking the 300th launch in the Long March family.

Source:|2019-03-11 10:09

'Timely' Regulations Set to Attract More Foreign Companies to Chinese Market

he drafting of a foreign investment law is timely and necessary, and is expected to foster the best-ever playing field for foreign companies while bolstering the confidence of domestic companies to compete globally, members of the National Committee o

Source: China Daily|2019-03-11 10:06

China Makes Substantial Progress in Renovating Dilapidated Houses

China has made substantial progress in renovating the dilapidated houses in rural areas, said the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development (MOHURD).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-11 10:04

Hainan to Build World's Largest Consumption Boutique Exhibition Center

China's Century Conference was organized by the Tax Free World Association at the Sanya Haitang Bay in Hainan province on March 6 and 7.

Source:|2019-03-11 10:02

China's Gender Pay Gap Widens in 2018: Report

In 2018, the average monthly salary of Chinese women was 6,497 yuan, which was 78.3 percent of that of men, an increase of 8.7 percentage points over the previous year, according to a report on China's gender gap in workplaces, released by online recruitm

Source:|2019-03-08 11:25

China to Speed up Infrastructure Building in Guangdong, HK, Macao

China will carry out more efforts to accelerate the construction of an international science and technology center in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, said He Lifeng, head of the National Development and Reform Commission, at a press confer

Source:|2019-03-08 11:09

Shanghai Achieves High Score for Business Environment

Shanghai's overall business environment scored 83.6 points out of 100, with the majority of companies lauding the city's government efficiency and taxation matters, according to the Survey Office of the National Bureau of Statistics in Shanghai.

Source:|2019-03-08 11:08

Pudong Airport Eyes on Becoming World-class Aviation Hub

Shanghai Pudong International Airport is revving up efforts to build itself into a world-class aviation hub, with the world's largest satellite terminal building to be put into operation in the second half of this year, local media reported on March 5.

Source:|2019-03-08 11:02

Work Begins on China's First HSR with Undersea Passage

China's first high-speed rail with an undersea segment connecting Zhoushan Islands in East China's Zhejiang province with the mainland began rolling with the launch of a full-scale survey and design, Xinhua News Agency reported on Tuesday.

Source:|2019-03-07 10:59

New Rocket Engine to Lift Heavier Satellite Load

China has developed a world-class solid-propellant rocket engine that is expected to boost the country's capabilities in launching small satellites, its developer said.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-07 10:56

China Sees Booming Copyright Registration for Apps

More than 1.1 million registrations for computer software copyrights have been made in China in 2018, a year-on-year growth of 48.22 percent, according to a newspaper report Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-07 10:52

Self-driving Tours Increasingly Popular in China

The Chinese made 580 million self-driving trips across domestic destinations in 2018, a year-on-year increase of 35.6 percent, according to the China Tourism Academy (CTA).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-07 10:51

China Faces No Labor Shortage in Near Term, Official Says

China's working-age population is expected to be large enough to sustain its economic and social development for decades ahead, though intensified efforts to upgrade the labor structure are needed, Wang Pei'an, a national political adviser, said on Tuesda

Source:|2019-03-06 10:54

China's Commercial Carrier Rocket to Make Maiden Flight in H1

China's first carrier rocket for commercial use is scheduled to make its maiden flight in the first half of 2019, according to the China Academy of Launch Vehicle Technology (CALVT).

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-06 10:52

Both Sides of Taiwan Straits Will be Reunified, Official Says

The two sides of the Taiwan Straits must and will be reunified, Liu Jieyi, head of the Taiwan Work Office of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, said on the sidelines of the ongoing two sessions.

Source:|2019-03-06 10:49

China Sees Expedited Use of Cloud Computing in Government Affairs

Cloud computing technologies have maintained positive development momentum in China, with use of the technologies spread from the internet to government affairs and other conventional sectors such as finance and industries, according to a statistical repo

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-06 10:47

Legislation Coming to Better Protect Personal Details, Spokesman Says

A draft law on personal information is expected to come out soon, Zhang Yesui, spokesman for the second session of the 13th National People's Congress, told reporters at a news conference in Beijing on Monday.

Source:|2019-03-05 11:11

China Sets 2019 GDP Growth Target at 6-6.5%

China set its GDP growth target for this year at between 6 percent and 6.5 percent as the country pursues higher-quality development amid mounting uncertainties in the international economic landscape, according to the annual Government Work Report delive

Source:|2019-03-05 11:08

Tests to Start on Launch of Space Station

China will start preparatory tests for its manned space station mission in the second half of this year, according to the China Manned Space Agency.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-05 11:04

Tianjin to Open 12 Public Gyms

Tianjin has announced it is to open 12 gyms that will be either free or low-cost to the public from March 1.

Source:|2019-03-05 11:02

CPPCC to Mark 70th Anniversary

Celebrations will be held this year to mark the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, a spokesman for the national political advisory body said on Saturday.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-04 11:11

China's Chang'e-4 Probe Resumes to Work after Lunar Night

The rover and the lander of the Chang'e-4 probe have resumed work after sleeping during their second lunar night on the far side of the moon.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-04 11:06

Qinghai Belt and Road Exhibition Opens in Beijing

Qinghai in the Belt and Road, an exhibition hosted by the governments of Beijing municipality and Northwest China's Qinghai province, opened Thursday at the Capital Museum in Beijing. It will be on display till June 30.

Source:|2019-03-04 11:04

Protein Inhibitor May Help Cure Liver Cancer

Chinese scientists have identified a protein that causes the proliferation of liver cancer cells, which could assist in the development of a new cancer drug.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-04 11:02

China to Further Open Economy to Foreign Investors

China will continue its efforts to open up the economy and reduce market access restrictions on foreign investment, the Ministry of Commerce said.

Source: China Daily|2019-03-01 10:18

Beijing Unveils 300 Major Construction Projects in 2019

A total of 300 major construction projects in Beijing this year have been made public, according to local authorities Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-01 10:15

Chinese Vice Premier Calls for Jing-jin-ji Integrated Development

Chinese Vice Premier Han Zheng on Thursday urged more efforts to promote the integrated and coordinated development of Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-01 10:12

China to Improve Regulations on Patent Agencies

An amended regulation on China's patent agencies will come into force on March 1.

Source: Xinhua|2019-03-01 10:09

Guizhou Ramps up Efforts to Become a Big Data Hub

Guizhou, one of the fastest-growing provinces in Southwest China in terms of GDP growth, is aiming to become a big data hub, welcoming global investors to commercialize their emerging technologies, officials said.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-28 10:12

Hainan Sets up Multi-billion-yuan Fund for FTZ Construction

Southern China's island province of Hainan has launched a 3 billion yuan ($449 million) fund for free trade zone (FTZ) construction, local authorities said Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-28 10:03

5G Services Launched in Tian'anmen Square

With the official opening of several 5G sites, Tian'anmen Square has officially entered the 5G era, taking the lead in upgrading to become a 5G intelligent square, Beijing Youth Daily reported on Tuesday.

Source:|2019-02-28 09:50

Shenzhen Surpasses HK in GDP

Shenzhen's 2018 gross domestic product surpassed that of Hong Kong, calculated by the annual average exchange rate, for the first time in history, as the latter unveiled the government's 2019-20 budget on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-28 09:46

Guangdong Receives Kintanar Award for Typhoon Relief Efforts

A senior Chinese meteorological official said the country will expand cooperation with members of the UNESCAP/WMO Typhoon Committee in the fight against disasters.

Source:|2019-02-27 09:55

Rate of Breastfeeding in China Lower than 30 Percent: Survey

The rate of breastfeeding for infants under six months old in China is 29.2 percent, according to a recent survey by China Development Research Foundation.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-27 09:51

Shanghai Researchers Make Breakthrough in Power-generating Fabrics

A research team at Donghua University in Shanghai has uncovered a way to achieve the continuous and scalable manufacture of amphibious energy yarns and textiles, which could pave the way for smart clothing.

Source:|2019-02-27 09:42

Zhejiang to Cultivate 100 Model Enterprises on AI Applications

East China's Zhejiang province will cultivate more than 100 model enterprises to boost artificial intelligence (AI) industry applications in the next three years.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-27 09:39

More Industrial Parks Planned for Tianjin Binhai New Area

Tianjin's Binhai New Area plans to build more industrial parks, in an effort to shift the non-capital function of Beijing and boost the integrated development of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region, the local government announced on Wednesday.

Source:|2019-02-26 10:24

Employment Rate Remains Steady in China

China maintained stable employment last year, with the number of newly created jobs in urban areas reaching 123.7 percent high as the annual target, amid a moderate economic growth and external uncertainties.

Source:|2019-02-26 10:21

China Unveils Guideline to Toughen Supervision over Food Safety

China has unveiled a guideline to enhance the accountability system of local governments to strengthen supervision over food safety.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-26 10:15

Shanghai University Crowned Champion in Robotics Contest

A team from Shanghai Jiao Tong University was crowned the tournament champion and conferred an excellence award at the VEX U competition at the 2018-19 VEX Asia Open held in Ningbo, Zhejiang province, from Feb 21 to 24.

Source:|2019-02-26 10:14

Infrastructure Construction Given Boost in Bay Area

Construction of large infrastructural projects linking major cities in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area has been stepped up after the central government unveiled a development plan for the area.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-25 10:44

Flight Inspections at New Beijing Airport Completed 19 Days Early

Beijing's new international airport finished its flight inspections on Sunday, 19 days ahead of schedule, according to the civil aviation authority.

Source:|2019-02-25 10:26

Hangzhou Asian Games Organizers Look for Logo, Mascot

The organizers of the 19th Asian Games Hangzhou 2022 are seeking designs from all over the world for the event's official logo and mascot,according to a meeting held on Feb 20.

Source:|2019-02-25 10:23

Hospitals in Beijing Will Use Facial Recognition Technology to ID Scalpers

Beijing will used facial recognition technology to crack down on hospital scalpers, subjecting them to detention and social credit restrictions, the municipal health authority announced on Friday.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-25 10:18

Xiongan Shifts Its Focus from Planning Stage to Full-scale Construction

As the water diversion project is in full swing in Xiongan, North China's Hebei province, Li Qingshan, who is responsible for the project, makes no secret of his pride.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-22 13:57

China Aims to Build World-class Metropolitan Areas by 2035

China aims to build several metropolitan areas with global influence by 2035, according to the country's top economic planner.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-22 13:53

More than 1,000 Trains Deployed to Meet Travel Demands after Lantern Festival

A total of 310 million passenger trips have been made by rail as of Thursday since the 40-day Spring Festival travel rush — also known as chunyun — kicked off on Jan 21, according to the national railway operator.

Source:|2019-02-22 13:51

More Provinces Adopting Paid Leave Policy for Only Children

The National Health Commission said it will encourage and support more provinces, municipalities and autonomous regions to offer paid leave for only children to care for their hospitalized parents.

Source:|2019-02-22 13:45

China Moves Fast toward Winning Battle against Poverty by 2020

China has made important and decisive achievements in poverty relief in the past six years, and will continue its efforts this year to lay a solid foundation for winning the battle against poverty by 2020, an official said Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-21 10:11

New Radar System Installed at Chinese Research Base in Antarctica

Chinese researchers have installed and tested a fluorescence Doppler lidar system at a research base in Antarctica during a mission that was just concluded last week and are now heading home.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-21 10:10

Guideline to Enhance Security on Campuses

Shanghai will establish a 200-meter safe zone around schools, according to a guideline designed to enhance campus security that was released by the municipal government on Wednesday, as students started their first day in the city's public schools.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-21 10:08

Beijing to Provide Delivery Men with Rental Housing

Beijing unveiled several measures Tuesday to better serve the delivery industry, which includes providing 2,400 rental houses for delivery men.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-21 10:06

New Double-decker Bullet Train Expected to Reach Speed of 350 Km/h

A model of China's future double-decker bullet train was unveiled by the Chinese Academy of Sciences on Monday, with experts predicting it could reach speeds of up to 350 kilometers per hour.

Source:|2019-02-20 10:44

Authorities Step up Their Efforts to Knock back Film Piracy

Legal specialists welcomed China's increasing efforts to fight movie piracy after the issue was highlighted as a priority of the country's top copyright watchdog this year.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-20 10:42

Nation Moves to Create More Skilled Workers

Vocational education reforms expected to provide many routes to good jobs

Source: China Daily|2019-02-20 10:38

China Launches Campaign Against Drunk Driving

China has launched a campaign to curb drunk driving across the country, the Ministry of Public Security said Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-20 10:34

China's Largest Ice-themed Park Closes Amid Rising Temperature

China's largest ice-themed park closed Sunday night as the weather has started to warm up in the country's northeasternmost province.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-19 10:32

Bay Area Plan Aims for World Leading Center

Goal to become innovation, technology hub, important pillar for Belt and Road

Source: China Daily|2019-02-19 10:29

Chinese Scientists Discover Platypus Precursor

Chinese paleontologists in Hubei province have recently uncovered fossils of a prehistoric marine reptile that closely resembles the modern duck-billed platypus.

Source:|2019-02-19 10:21

Forbidden City Offers Rare Night Tour

When night falls, do things at Beijing's Palace Museum come alive like in the museum depicted in Hollywood's Night at the Museum movies?

Source: China Daily|2019-02-19 10:16

Over 90 Pct Young People in Big Cities Find Commuting Inconvenient: Survey

About 93 percent of young people in China's big cities find commuting to be a problem, and nearly 40 percent get severely troubled, according to a recent newspaper survey.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-18 11:04

Jiaolong to Probe Deep with New Mother Ship

China's manned deep-sea submersible Jiaolong is scheduled to dive 7,000 meters into the Marianas Trench in the western Pacific Ocean, the world's deepest known natural trench, in July as part of the country's effort to make its mark in exploring the myste

Source: China Daily|2019-02-18 11:01

As Tianjin Develops, It Preserves Old Styles

Upon arriving at the Astor Hotel, Liu Sutong was fascinated by what unfolded before his eyes: wooden doors, shining wall lamps, exquisite handmade carpets and a grand piano, not to mention more than 3,000 pieces of cultural relics and exhibits.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-18 10:56

Beijing Unveils Plan to Transform Vacated 'Steel City'

The Beijing municipal government has published a plan to transform a vacated industrial site in its western suburb into a city landmark by 2035, as part of the preparation for the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-18 10:52

China Suspends Registration and Approvals of Direct Selling

China has suspended the registration and approvals of direct selling and cracked down on irregularities in the health product market, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-15 11:05

Shanghai's FTZ Continues to Shine as 'Milestone' in China's Opening-up

ACC Lab, which specializes in the testing of foods and dietary supplements, registered in the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone - the first of its kind in the country - in 2015.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-15 11:00

Authorities Deny 'Permanent Closure' of Mount Qomolangma Reserve

Authorities in China's Tibet autonomous region have denied the permanent closure of Mount Qomolangma National Nature Reserve.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-15 10:57

Beijing Snowfall Brings Trouble to Airport and Road Traffic

The third round of snow this winter has arrived in Beijing, adding romance to Valentine's Day while affecting traffic and causing 93 flights to be canceled till 9 am, according to a statement from Beijing Capital International Airport.

Source:|2019-02-15 10:56

Blueprint for Bay Area to be Revealed

The blueprint for the massive economic development that will turn the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area into a global economic powerhouse will be made public within days.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-14 11:24

China Sees 225 M Air Passenger Trips with E-Boarding Passes in 2018


Source: Xinhua|2019-02-14 11:21

China's Chang'e 4 Probe Switches Back to Dormant Mode

The lander and the rover of the Chang'e 4 probe have been switched to dormant mode for the lunar night after working stably during China's Spring Festival, according to China's Lunar and Deep Space Exploration Center.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-14 11:17

China Plans Further Crop Structure Improvement

China will further improve its agricultural plantation structure and narrow the deficit in the supply of certain farm products in 2019, the Minister of Agriculture and Rural Affairs Han Changfu said Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-14 11:16

Team Tackles Ice in 20-km Railway Tunnel

For nearly a decade, a team of technicians has spent the winter months shoveling and removing ice from a railway tunnel in Shanxi province to safeguard passengers' trips.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-13 11:07

Dalian Opens Door to International Guests

Dalian is opening its door to welcome international guests from all over the world, as the city in Northeast China's Liaoning province has developed tremendously since the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Source:|2019-02-13 11:04

More Jobs Created for Poor Residents in Southern Xinjiang

Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region created jobs for 75,000 poor residents in its southern regions in 2018, local authorities said.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-13 10:57

Visitor Arrivals in Macao Surge by 26.6 pct during Spring Festival

Macao welcomed over 1.21 million visitor arrivals during the Spring Festival holiday, up 26.6 percent over the corresponding period of last year, the special administrative region's tourism office said Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-13 10:55

Holiday Week Spending over 1 Trillion Yuan

Chinese consumers opened their wallet during Spring Festival, not only on things like digital home appliances and imported fresh food but also on experiences such as travel and entertainment, government figures showed.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-12 11:16

Beijing Parks Receive 2.3m Visitors during Spring Festival Holiday

Parks have become popular destinations for people in Beijing to celebrate the week-long Spring Festival holiday, which ended on Sunday, official statistics showed.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-12 11:14

Innovation in Science and Technology Bolsters Guangdong's Economy

Despite China's ongoing trade war with the United States, Guangdong province, an economic powerhouse, has found new ways to attain sustainable economic development.

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

Chinese Researchers Develop Humanized Mouse Model to Study Hepatitis B

Chinese researchers have developed a humanized mouse model to study liver cirrhosis development induced by hepatitis B virus infection.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-12 11:09

Visitors Flock to Palace Museum

For those hoping to stop by key tourist attractions in the capital during Spring Festival holidays, admittance is not a given due to limited space within popular facilities.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-11 11:36

420m Chinese Travelers Make Domestic Visits during Spring Festival

Nearly 420 million domestic visits were made by Chinese travelers in the newly completed Spring Festival holiday, up 7.6 percent year-on-year, according to a news release by the data center of the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Sunday.

Source:|2019-02-11 11:32

WeChat Reports Expanding Usage as Spring Festival Holiday Goes Digital

Feb. 10 -- Tencent's popular instant messaging tool WeChat reported expanding usage during the Spring Festival holiday as Chinese continue to digitalize the festival's traditions.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-11 11:27

Scientists Investigate New Ways of Helping Computers to Keep Their Cool

In a scene from the sitcom The Big Bang Theory, the arrogant and awkward physics prodigy Sheldon Cooper asks a class of doctoral candidates at the California Institute of Technology if they are familiar with the concept of topological insulators.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-11 11:23

China's Railway Trips Up 8.6 Pct in First 15 Days of Travel Rush

BEIJING — Railway passenger trips in China rose 8.6 percent year on year to 143 million during the first 15 days of the annual travel rush around the Spring Festival.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-06 11:33

Chinese Scientists Develop New Catalyst for Hydrogen Fuel Cells

Chinese scientists announced that they have successfully addressed a key problem impeding the promotion of hydrogen vehicles by developing a new catalyst system for fuel cells.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-02 10:36

Hainan Gets Prepared for Holiday Transportation

The painful experience of being stranded for long hours by foggy weather in Hainan last winter may be much less likely to happen this year as efforts have been made to ensure the smooth flow of tourists during the upcoming Spring Festival holiday.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-02 10:32

Xinjiang Electricity Transfer Volume Hits Record High

Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region transferred 50.3 billion kWh of electricity to eastern provinces last year, a year-on-year surge of 14 percent, said State Grid's Xinjiang office Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-02 10:29

Chinese Study on Quantum Communication Wins Newcomb Cleveland Prize

A study on quantum communication made by Chinese scientists will receive the 2018 Newcomb Cleveland Prize as it laid the groundwork for ultra-secure communication networks of the future.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-02 10:28

China Achieves Real-Time Transmission of Deep-Sea Data

China has achieved real-time transmission of deep-sea data at 6,000-meter depth through Beidou satellites for the first time, according to the Institute of Oceanology under the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Source:|2019-02-01 11:08

Most Common Surnames Revealed

The most common surname in China is Wang, followed by Li and Zhang, according to a report on Chinese names from the Ministry of Public Security.

Source:|2019-02-01 11:01

China Establishes Rescue Center in South China Sea

China's Ministry of Transport opened a maritime rescue center in Yongshu reef of the Nansha Islands on Tuesday, to better protect navigation and transport safety in the South China Sea.

Source: Xinhua|2019-02-01 10:57

Hubei Sets Livestream Standards, Including Female Dress

Hubei province has issued China's first standard for livestreaming platforms and hosts - including their dress - in a move that aims to weed out misbehaving hosts and impose strict surveillance measures on livestreaming companies.

Source: China Daily|2019-02-01 10:55

Ministry Alerts Public on Road Safety

The Ministry of Public Security issued an early warning for transportation safety during Spring Festival travel rush, as traffic accidents have increased over the past five years during the holiday period.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-31 10:40

China to Award Highest State Honor to Contributors

China will award national medals and honorary titles to both citizens and foreigners who have made great contributions to the country as it marks the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China this year.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-31 10:38

Guide Dog Helps Visually Impaired Man Navigate Spring Festival Rush

Little Q, a golden retriever in a red vest, embarked on a 1,300-kilometer journey with his master during the Spring Festival travel rush.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-31 10:35

Black-Necked Cranes Welcomed in Tibet

Every winter, black-necked cranes arrive in the Tibet autonomous region, where they are welcomed by locals and tourists.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-31 10:31

China's Fastest Subway Train to Run in September

Subway trains designed to run on Beijing's new airport subway line, which links the Beijing Daxing International Airport and Caoqiao subway station in downtown Beijing, made its debut on Tuesday.

Source:|2019-01-30 10:48

Logistics Improvements Boost Transportation and Profits

In September, a train carrying porcelain and tea pulled out of the railway station in Jingdezhen, Jiangxi province, headed for Moscow in Russia. It marked the first time Chinese porcelain had been sent overseas on a China-Europe freight train. The train,

Source: China Daily|2019-01-30 10:45

China Gives Awards to 40 Foreign Experts for Contributions to Science

Forty foreign experts received awards from the Ministry of Science and Technology during a Lunar New Year reception on Sunday for their contributions since the launch of China's reform and opening-up policy in 1978.

Source:|2019-01-30 10:42

Snow, Sleet Complicate Travel Plans for Holidays

Snow and sleet are forecast to hit parts of central and eastern China this week, complicating travel during the Spring Festival holiday, government meteorologists said.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-30 10:40

Mainland Schools Attracting More HK Applicants

Students from ethnic groups in Hong Kong are discovering that the path to higher education may lead them to universities on the Chinese mainland.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-29 11:03

Nation Switches on to Renewable Energy

By the end of 2018, China's installed capacity for renewable energy reached 728,000 megawatts, up 12 percent on a year-on-year basis. It took up 38.3 percent of the total installed capacity, growing 1.7 percentage points year-on-year, demonstrating that t

Source: China Daily|2019-01-29 10:55

Big Data to Help Workforce Mobility, Innovation

A national big-data platform for human resources will be created to promote the orderly mobility of talent and encourage innovation, according to a guideline published by the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-29 10:12

Xiongan Aims to Set Pattern for Country

Xiongan New Area is set to become China's high ground for financial innovation and opening-up, as the country pursues its ambition to build Xiongan into a model of high-quality growth, analysts said.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-28 10:43

Zhejiang Stays Focused on High-Quality Development

East China's Zhejiang province, an economic powerhouse that is renowned for its thriving private sector, is further developing its digital economy by launching a 10 billion yuan ($1.48 billion) industrial fund and supporting key digital enterprises and pr

Source: China Daily|2019-01-28 10:36

China to Launch Healthcare Program Helping Disabled Orphans

China has issued a guideline on implementing a program to provide disabled orphans with accessible healthcare, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-28 10:25

Railway Trips Surge in China as Spring Festival is Coming

China's railway system saw a surge in passengers as Chinese started their trips back home for the lunar new year in early February.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-28 10:20

The Student Taking Classes in Traditional Culture

At North Railway Station in Xi'an, capital of the northwestern province of Shaanxi, Ashurov Aziz was busy assisting passengers on the high-speed rail line by carrying their luggage and helping them have their photos taken.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-25 11:03

Beijing Daxing International Airport under Flight Check

With the first test flight completed on Tuesday, Beijing Daxing International Airport has started a hectic flight check due to end on March 15.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-25 10:57

Online Payment Firms Launch Hongbao Battle to Entice Users

It is again the time of year when Chinese people give hongbao, or red envelopes containing auspicious money, to wish prosperity and good fortune.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-25 10:49

Shandong to Boost Marine Ranching Development

Shandong will spare no efforts to promote the development of modern marine ranching in a bid to build a stronger marine economy with cutting-edge technology and outstanding marine ecosystems, according to a news briefing convened by the Shandong Developme

Source:|2019-01-25 10:37

Good Grades Grace Students' Dinner Tables in South China

Instead of more common prizes like notebooks or pens, two schools in southern China have opted to reward outstanding students with food as the school term ends.

Source:|2019-01-24 10:14

Beijing to Invest Billions on Building 5G Network by 2022

Beijing's communication operators will spend more than 30 billion yuan (around $4.4 billion) on building a 5G network in the city by 2022, according to a 5G development plan.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-24 10:06

Nation's First Baby Born from Transplanted Womb

A woman who successfully received a womb donated by her mother after a uterus transplant in November 2015 gave birth to a healthy baby boy in northwest China's Shaanxi Province on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-24 10:00

Beijing New Airport Conducts First Test Flight

Beijing Daxing International Airport embraced its first test flight, as a plane for inspection landed steadily at the West One Runway at 10:10 am on Tuesday.

Source:|2019-01-24 09:55

China Building Emergency Information Network

The Ministry of Emergency Management is building a network of information for emergencies, ministry spokeswoman Shen Zhanli said on Tuesday.

Source:|2019-01-23 10:54

Tibet Aims to Give Green Industries a Lift This Year

Business people in the Tibet autonomous region are feeling more confident about their careers thanks to the regional government's efforts to boost the green industry.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-23 10:09

China's First 5G Innovation Park Lands in Hangzhou

China's first innovation park featuring 5G and its production and research development made its debut in Yuhang district of Hangzhou, Zhejiang province, on Jan 20.

Source:|2019-01-23 10:03

Guangdong Employs Drones for Traffic Help in Travel Rush

The Guangdong Provincial Department of Public Security distributed drones to 13 major cities with high traffic to cope with the Spring Festival rush period that began on Monday.

Source:|2019-01-23 09:59

Greater Sino-Cambodian Effort Sought for Belt, Road

China and Cambodia should speed up connecting the Belt and Road Initiative with Cambodia's development strategy, President Xi Jinping said on Monday.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-22 10:44

Single E-lock Speeds Shipment of Goods to Hong Kong

Goods from the Chinese mainland passed quickly and smoothly between customs at each end of the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge on Jan 17 under what is called the Single E-lock Scheme.

Source:|2019-01-22 10:41

Two New Duty-Free Stores Open in Hainan

Two new duty-free stores opened on Saturday in Haikou and Boao, South China's Hainan province.

Source:|2019-01-22 10:34

Number of Bookstores Growing in the Country

China had 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets for books at the end of 2018, a 4.3 percent increase from the previous year, according to an annual report on the country's bookstore industry released on Jan 8.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-22 10:32

Nation to Step Up Fight on Air Pollution

China's top environmental watchdog has vowed to succeed in air pollution control this year by enhancing the management of diesel-powered trucks while further reducing industrial emissions.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-21 15:37

China GDP Growth Reaches 6.6% in 2018: NBS

China's year-on-year GDP growth reached 6.6 percent in 2018, compared with 6.8 percent in 2017, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Monday.

Source:|2019-01-21 15:32

China Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition Prepares to Welcome Guests

Construction work on four main pavilions for the upcoming 2019 China Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition has been completed.

Source:|2019-01-21 12:05

China Beats Thailand 2-1 to Reach Asian Cup Quarter-Final

AL-AIN, United Arab Emirates - Forward Gao Lin converted a penalty to give China a 2-1 comeback win against Thailand in the AFC Asian Cup round of 16 on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-21 11:24

China's Big Data Expo Solicits Ideas from World

Authorities are inviting the world's institutions, universities, companies and industry associations to offer suggestions about forum topics for China International Big Data Industry Expo 2019.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-18 15:04

Baiyangdian Cleanup Plan Emerging to Boost Xiongan

Targeted environmental standards and a smart management system will be created to clean up the Baiyangdian Lake basin - not only to restore the ecology but to boost the prosperity of Xiongan New Area - according to authorities in Hebei province.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-18 14:39

China Tests New-Generation Exascale Supercomputer Prototype

The prototype of China's new-generation exascale supercomputer Tianhe-3 has been tested for over 30 organizations in China, and it is expected to provide computing services to users in China and overseas, the National Supercomputer Center in Tianjin said.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-18 14:12

Up to 3b Trips Expected during Spring Festival Travel Rush

About 2.99 billion trips are expected to be made during the 2019 Spring Festival travel rush between Jan 21 and March 1, China's top economic planner said on Friday.

Source:|2019-01-18 14:08

'Mother Lake' in Yunnan Sees Best Water Quality in 30 Years

The city government of Kunming, capital of Southwest China’s Yunnan province, has said the Dianchi Lake’s water quality is the best it has been in three decades.

Source:|2019-01-17 15:05

Chinese Scientists Make New Medical Discovery

Shanghai scientists have discovered that the volume of putamen, a subcortical brain area, in adolescents as an indicator of a higher possibility in the development of schizophrenia after adulthood.

Source:|2019-01-17 15:01

Shanghai Home to Largest Foreign Worker Population in China

Shanghai has topped the country in terms of the number of foreign workers, with its population of foreigners accounting for 23.7 percent of the national total of more than 900,000, said the municipal administration of foreign expert affairs at a symposium

Source:|2019-01-17 14:54

China Unveils Research Center on Qilian Mountains

China has set up a research center on the ecological environment of the Qilian Mountains to protect the vast mountain range in Northwest China, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-17 14:49

Chinese Scientists Develop New Moisture-wicking Fabric

Chinese scientists have developed a new moisture-wicking fabric with ultrafast water evaporation and quick-dry performance.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-16 11:29

English Criteria in China Linked to International Tests

China's Standard of English Language Ability, or CSE, the country's first evaluation standard for English proficiency, has been linked with the International English Language Testing System and Aptis, marking its official entry into the international exam

Source: China Daily|2019-01-16 11:26

Guangzhou Eyes More Cooperation with HK, Macao in 2019

South China's Guangzhou city said Tuesday that it would cooperate with Hong Kong and Macao to speed up construction of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area in 2019.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-16 08:52

Charity Work in China Sees Improvement

China was home to 5,355 registered charity organizations as of Jan 11, 2019, according to Gao Xiaobing, vice minister of civil affairs Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-16 08:47

Beijing Sees Robust Development in Winter Sports

Beijing has seen robust development in winter sports as it makes preparations for hosting the 2022 Winter Olympics and Paralympics.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-15 14:52

Xinjiang Receives 150 Million Tourists in 2018

The number of tourists to Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region exceeded 150 million last year, up more than 40 percent.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-15 14:50

Artificial Canals Linking Pearl River to Yangtze River to Be Ready by 2035

The Pearl River Administration of Navigational Affairs under the Ministry of Transport will conduct further feasible studies on the construction of Xianggui (Hunan-Guangxi) and Ganyue (Jiangxi-Guangdong) artificial canals in the following months.

Source:|2019-01-15 14:32

Siberian Tiger Families Recorded since May in NE China

Videos of three Siberian tiger families have been recorded since May.

Source:|2019-01-14 17:43

Hong Kong Int'l Airport Sees Record High Passenger, Cargo Throughput

Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) witnessed continuous traffic growth in 2018, with the volume of passengers and cargo throughput growing 2.5 percent and 1.5 percent respectively, said Airport Authority Hong Kong (AA) on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-14 17:41

Beijing to Launch Second Phase of Sub-center Construction

Beijing plans to launch the second phase of its sub-center construction in the northeastern Tongzhou district and build a comprehensive transportation hub, after key municipal organs moved to its new offices in the sub-center, a senior official said on Mo

Source:|2019-01-14 17:11

Hospitals Get Access to New Cancer Drugs

The latest 17 cancer drugs included in China's national basic medical insurance program in October are now available in more than half of all major hospitals in China, the top health authority said on Thursday.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-11 15:58

China Launches Zhongxing-2D Satellite

China sent Zhongxing-2D satellite into space on a Long March-3B carrier rocket from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province at 1:11 am Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-11 15:57

China, NASA Share Data in Lunar Mission

Space authorities in China and the United States have been discussing cooperation in lunar and deep-space exploration since the second half of last year.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-11 15:47

China Sees 70 Pct Increase in New-energy Cars

The number of new-energy cars in China totaled 2.61 million in 2018, up 70 percent or 1.07 million year on year, the Ministry of Public Security said Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-11 15:36

China Boasts More Bookstores, Increasing Sales

China had 225,000 bookstores and sales outlets for books at the end of 2018, a 4.3-percent increase from the previous year.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-10 11:48

Guangdong-Hong Kong Cross-boundary Private Cars to Use HZMB on Trial Basis

Guangdong-Hong Kong cross-boundary private cars issued with relevant permits will be allowed to use the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge (HZMB) to travel between Hong Kong Port and Zhuhai Port on a trail basis.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-10 11:36

22-year-old Chinese Crowned 'International Master of Memory'

Can you memorize 1,260 numbers or 12 packs of cards in random order within one hour, and a pack of random cards within 74 seconds?

Source:|2019-01-10 11:33

China's Homegrown Anti-cancer Drug Wins International Recognition

China's homegrown drug Sintilimab designed for treating relapsed or refractory classic Hodgkin lymphoma has won international recognition.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-09 16:51

Ancient Tomb Unearthed during Construction of University Canteen

Sun Yat-sen University confirmed on Sunday that an ancient tomb was unearthed during construction of a canteen at its Guangzhou South campus.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-09 16:48

Qinghai-Tibet Railway Carries Record-high Passengers in 2018

The Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the world's highest and longest plateau railroad, last year carried around 16.56 million passengers.

Source:|2019-01-09 16:36

Shanghai a Magnet for Overseas Students

Shanghai was home to 60,870 overseas students who studied at 42 colleges and research institutions across the city in 2018.

Source:|2019-01-09 16:30

Construction Underway on Chongli Rail Link for Beijing 2022

SHIJIAZHUANG - Construction on a high-speed railway linking Beijing with Chongli district of Zhangjiakou city is underway, local authorities said on Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-08 16:38

Hainan Envisions Creating Medical Tourism Destination

Southern China's Hainan province has unveiled plans aimed at building the tropical island into a world-class medical tourism hub, combining high-end medical tourism with characteristic Chinese healthcare.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-08 16:36

Chinese Scientists Develop Anticorrosion Method for Steel in Marine Engineering

BEIJING -- Chinese scientists have used marine bacteria to inhibit the corrosion of steel materials through genetic editing, according to the China Science Daily Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-08 16:05

Scientists Develop Breakthrough Vaccine against Cervical Cancer

Chinese researchers have taken a major step forward in developing a new-generation vaccine that has the potential to protect against almost all of the most potentially lethal forms of human papilloma virus (HPV).

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-07 16:25

Shanghai Lays Plans for First Coastal Country Park in Pudong New Area

As a city that is vigorously promoting the ecological environment, Shanghai outlined its first coastal country park - Heqing Country Park in Pudong New Area - which will cover an area of 35.7 square kilometers.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-07 15:13

First 5G Subway Station Put into Service in Chengdu

China's first 5G subway station has been officially put into service in Chengdu city, Sichuan province, on Saturday.

Source:|2019-01-07 15:10

Beijing to Drive Development of Intelligent Connected Vehicles

China's capital is seeking to become a model city for intelligent connected vehicles (ICV), aiming to complete a 5G internet of vehicles in key areas of the city in 2020.

Source:|2019-01-07 14:55

China's E-commerce Hub to Build Credit Evaluation Mechanism

China's e-commerce hub Hangzhou, capital of Zhejiang province, plans to build a credit evaluation mechanism in two years to regulate the city's e-commerce players, local authorities have said.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-04 14:33

Beijing’s Yanqing District Gears up for International Expo and Winter Olympics

Beijing’s Yanqing district has speeded up its preparation for the upcoming 2019 China Beijing International Horticulture Exhibition and the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Source:|2019-01-04 14:31

Shanghai Residents Ranked the 'Most Lazy' in China

The rapid development of delivery services in China has made Shanghai the “most lazy” city in 2018, according to new data released by the internet giant Alibaba Group.

Source:|2019-01-04 14:29

Longer Fuxing Bullet Trains to Debut on Beijing-Shanghai Line

BEIJING - A new set of longer Fuxing bullet trains will start running on the Beijing-Shanghai line on January 5, according to the China Railway Corporation.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-04 11:44

Xinjiang Receives More Tourists during New Year Holiday

Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region received around 2.1 million tourists during the three-day New Year's Day holiday which started on Dec 30, 2018, a year-on-year increase of 40.58 percent, the regional department of culture and tourism sai

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-03 12:17

UNICEF Predicts Nearly 45,000 Kids Born in China on New Year's Day

On the last day of 2018, UNICEF released a prediction that China would welcome 44,940 babies into the world on New Year's Day, accounting for just over 1 in 10 births worldwide on Jan 1.

Source: China Plus|2019-01-03 12:15

Guangzhou Tops in Scientific and Technological Innovation

Guangzhou, capital of the Guangdong province, took the lead in scientific and technological innovation on the mainland in 2018, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Commerce.

Source:|2019-01-03 12:13

Chinese Naval Fleets Escort 3,400 Foreign Ships over Past 10 Years

China's naval fleets have escorted 3,400 foreign ships over the past 10 years, around 51.5 percent of the total escorted, according to a Ministry of National Defense statement.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-02 11:08

Five More Cities Offer 144-hour Visa-free Transit

Five more Chinese cities began offering 144-hour visa-free transit services to foreign travelers from 53 countries on Tuesday, said the National Immigration Administration.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-02 10:39

China Has 259 Top-level Tourism Spots: Ministry

China has more than 30,000 scenic spots and tourist attractions, among which 259 have 5A-level ratings, the highest rating for Chinese tourist sites, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Source: Xinhua|2019-01-02 10:35

New Year's Railway Passenger Numbers Peak at Holiday's End

China's railways were expected to go through a test of sorts on Tuesday as the number of passengers was forecast to peak at the end of the three-day New Year's Day holiday.

Source: China Daily|2019-01-02 10:31

Intelligent Driving Bus Line Put into Trial Operation in Central China

China's first route for intelligent driving buses on open roads was put into trial operation in Changsha, capital of Central China's Hunan province on Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-29 16:25

China's First Mongolian Language Search Engine Begins Operation

Northern China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region launched China's first Mongolian language search engine Friday, according to the region's ethnic affairs committee.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-29 16:22

China to Build Hainan into an Influential Tourism & Consumption Destinatination

China aims to build Hainan into an international tourism and consumption center by 2025 and a globally influential tourism and consumption destination by 2035, the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC) said Friday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-29 16:20

Expressway Linking New Beijing Airport Expected to Open Next June

BEIJING -- The expressway linking Beijing's new airport on the southern outskirts is expected to open in June 2019, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport announced Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-29 16:10

Reverse Urbanization Provides New Direction for Rural Regions

Spring Festival sees the largest annual migration in the world. During the 40 days of China's most important festival, hundreds of millions of people, most of them migrant workers, return to their hometowns from the distant cities where they work.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-28 15:17

China to Promote Government Online Services through New Media

BEIJING, Dec. 27 -- The General Office of the State Council, China's cabinet, has issued a guideline urging governments and departments at different levels to improve their online services through new media.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-28 15:13

Ultra-strong Microscopes Open Doors to Scientific Innovation

China is now capable of creating super-resolution optical microscopes that can see objects a mere 50 nanometers wide.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-28 15:00

Hong Kong Launches Smart ID Cards

The Immigration Department of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government said on Thursday that Hong Kong has started replacing identity cards with smart ID cards in phases.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-28 14:58

Xinjiang Opens New Airport, Raising Total Number to 21

A new airport was put into use Wednesday in the city of Tumxuk, northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, bringing the total number of civil airports in the region to 21.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-27 15:58

Rural Tourism Generates 770 Billion Yuan Revenue in First Half of 2018

Rural tourism in China saw a boom in the first half of this year, the Ministry of Culture and Tourism said on Wednesday.

Source:|2018-12-27 15:52

China's Underwater Glider Sets New Record

TIANJIN - Haiyan, a Chinese underwater glider, has set a new endurance record after working for 141 days and sailing 3,619.6 km in the South China Sea, said the developer.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-27 15:14

Restaurant Owner Gives Free Holiday Lunch to Street Cleaners for 17 Years

On the afternoon of Dec 23, over 500 street cleaners were invited to a mutton soup restaurant in Southwest China's Chongqing city to celebrate the Winter Solstice, the 22nd solar term of the year.

Source:|2018-12-26 16:39

Endangered Cranes Welcomed by Tibetans during Migration

LHASA -- Every year, black-necked cranes arrive in Southwest China's Tibet autonomous region, where they are welcomed by locals and tourists.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-26 16:38

Archaeologists Find 2,000-yr-old Tombs in Inner Mongolia

Archaeologists announced that they discovered a 2,000-year-old tomb complex on the Xilin Gol Prairie, northern China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-26 16:35

Solar Panels on Mountains Help Cut Carbon Emissions

Large-scale photovoltaic solar panels have been installed on the Taihang Mountains in Shexian county, North China's Hebei province, to make use of large mountainous areas and to promote clean energy.

Source:|2018-12-25 09:21

China's Marine Economy Sees Steady Growth

The structure of China's marine economy has been optimized over the past five years, with the tertiary industry's share growing by almost 9 percentage points in that period to 56.6 percent in 2017, lawmakers heard on Monday.

Source:|2018-12-25 09:19

Tree Coverage Takes Big Strides in North

China's efforts to fight desertification in northern China have made major strides over the past 40 years, but challenges remain, according to an evaluation report by the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-25 09:17

Fuxing Bullet Train Options Set to Attract Global Buyers

Three new types of domestically developed Fuxing trains designed with varying top speeds made their debut on Monday, which experts said will offer more choices to potential overseas customers.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-25 09:15

China to Encourage Childbirth in 2019

The China Family Planning Association will continue providing guidance on reproductive health and childbirth, helping raise public willingness to have children, and resolving childcare difficulties.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-24 10:41

CRC Releases Chunyun Ticket Sale Info

Over 413 million trips are expected to be made by rail during the upcoming 40-day Spring Festival travel rush, an 8.3 percent year-on-year increase, according to national railway authorities.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-24 10:39

Satellite Ring in Works for Worldwide Broadband Web Service

China has made its first step toward building a vast space-based communications network that can provide broadband internet service worldwide.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-24 10:31

More Room to Breathe as the Forbidden City Thins the Crowds

On Oct 2, 2012, more than 180,000 people flocked to the Palace Museum, also known as the Forbidden City, in Beijing, setting a record for the highest number of daily visitors in the institution's history.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-21 15:18

Nation's 1st Private Rocket Factory Begins Operation

The first privately owned carrier rocket factory in China, and the largest of its kind in Asia, recently began operations and is set to build what is expected to be the country's biggest privately designed rocket.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-21 15:14

Macao Marks 19th Anniversary of Returning to Motherland

A series of activities and events were held here on Thursday to celebrate Macao's 19th anniversary of returning to the motherland and the establishment of Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR).

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-21 15:06

Beijing Elects 10 'Tree Kings' to Enhance Ancient Tree Protection

Beijing's greening authorities said Thursday that the 10 most beautiful tree kings have been elected in an effort to protect ancient trees across the city.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-21 14:56

Chinese Researchers Find Way to Ease Radiotherapy-caused Neuropathic Pain

Chinese researchers have found that the medication pregabalin can help alleviate cancer patients' neuropathic pain caused by radiotherapy.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-20 16:35

Agriculture to Reap Harvest of Modernity

China will accelerate agricultural mechanization and widen the use of agricultural machines, which experts said will increase efficiency for diverse cultivations and help increase farmers' incomes.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-20 16:31

Farm Machine Imports Gain Wider Market

China will further open up its agricultural machinery market and offer equal treatment to domestic and foreign makers, which will promote fair competition and bring farmers more benefits, officials said.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-20 16:06

Hong Kong Opens Its First Children's Hospital

HONG KONG - Hong Kong Children's Hospital (HKCH), the first hospital specialized for children in Hong Kong, commenced provision of clinical services on Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-19 15:34

Chinese Researchers Develop Ultrahigh-voltage Micro-supercapacitors

SHENYANG - Chinese researchers have developed high voltage planar integrated micro-supercapacitors with superior flexibility.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-19 15:20

China's Petaflop Supercomputer Help Improve Vehicle R&D Quality

A supercomputer-based simulation platform for the research and development of vehicles has been launched in the National Supercomputer Center in north China's Tianjin.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-19 15:04

China Documentary Receives Wide Praise

A new political documentary focusing on 40 years of China's reform and opening-up has gained a wide audience and brought positive feedback since it was first screened on China's flagship channel last week.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-18 15:38

Fudan Researchers Achieve Scientific Breakthrough

Researchers from Fudan University in Shanghai and Cornell University in the United States have found evidence of a new type of quantum Hall effect existent in nanostructures of three-dimensional topological semimetal.

Source:|2018-12-18 15:32

Chinese Scientists Develop Low-cost, Flexible Robotic Hands

Newly-developed robotic hands by Chinese researchers were unveiled at a sci-tech exhibition on Tuesday in East China's Anhui province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-18 15:31

Macao Holds Int'l Parade to Mark 19th Anniversary of Return to Motherland

The government of China's Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) held an international parade Sunday afternoon to mark the 19th anniversary of Macao's return to the motherland.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-17 11:43

China to Build Platform for Arctic Environment Remote Sensing

China has launched a project to build a platform of collaborative research on the Arctic environment using remote sensing and numerical models, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-14 11:36

New Tunnel of Beijing-Zhangjiakou High-speed Line Cut through

The longest tunnel for the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway was dug through on Thursday, marking a major breakthrough in the 174-kilometer rail line which is planned to fully open to traffic in 2019 to support the commute for the 2022 Olympic Winter

Source:|2018-12-14 11:34

Renewable Energy to Power Beijing's New Airport

Renewable energy will take up more than 10 percent of the Beijing Daxing International Airport's energy consumption mix when construction is completed next year, said the municipal authorities on late Wednesday.

Source:|2018-12-13 17:44

Western China's First Unmanned Bus in Trial Operations

A 14-seater new energy, unmanned bus struts its way just outside the headquarters of Sichuan Bus Manufacturing Co., Ltd – the manufacturer of the vehicle – in suburban Chengdu.

Source: CGTN|2018-12-13 17:33

Chinese Researchers Find New Compound to Lower Cholesterol

WUHAN -- Chinese researchers have discovered a new compound that can help lower cholesterol levels in the blood.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-13 17:30

AI Technology Aims to Reduce Road Deaths in China

An AI-powered in-car monitoring system will be installed in trucks in China's Shenzhen city next year, in an effort to solve the problem of accidents caused by distracted drivers, reports

Source:|2018-12-12 16:09

Over 1 M Permanent Residents Registered in Xi'an as Hukou Restrictions Ease

Xi'an, capital of Northwest China's Shaanxi province, has attracted over 750,000 new permanent residents this year, according to local authorities.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-12 15:48

Hangzhou Surpasses Beijing as Most Attractive City for Chinese Graduates

Hangzhou has surpassed Beijing for the first time in the third quarter of 2018 as the most attractive city for new graduates, according to a report by a job-hunting website

Source: CGTN|2018-12-12 15:40

Beijing Winter Olympics' Host City to Power Xiongan New Area

China's northern city of Zhangjiakou will offer renewable electricity supplies to the Xiongan New Area in Hebei province, according to the city's Development and Reform Commission.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-12 15:35

Quantum Computer Control System Launched in East China

China's first quantum computer control system with independent intellectual property rights has been launched in Hefei, capital of eastern province of Anhui.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-11 15:50

Study Gives a Snapshot of Beijing Growth

The population of Beijing dropped slightly and is getting older, but residents are more educated, according to a study released on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-11 15:46

Top Political Advisor Congratulates Guangxi on 60th Anniversary

China's top political advisor Wang Yang on Monday congratulated South China's Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region on its remarkable achievements over the past six decades.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-11 15:39

Opening-up Has Brought Prosperity to Township in Guangdong

The situation in Changan township had become serious, with young people having left while the aged lived in panic after the farmlands had been abandoned.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-10 14:57

Archaeologists Unveil Deluxe Carriage from 2,500 Years Ago

Archaeologists at the archaeology research institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences have unveiled the details of a deluxe carriage unearthed in a cemetery dating back to the Eastern Zhou Dynasty (770-256 B.C.) in North China's Hebei Province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-10 14:52

Submersible Jiaolong's New Mothership Takes to Water in Central China

A new mothership for China's manned submersible Jiaolong successfully took to water in the central city of Wuhan on Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-10 14:45

Dinosaur Footprints Found at Mine

A large area of fossilized dinosaur footprints has been found at a copper mine in Sichuan province.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-07 11:48

Planned Water Conservation Projects Encouraged to Go Ahead

Efforts will be made to ensure that all water conservation projects proposed several years ago are launched by 2020, the Ministry of Water Resources said on Thursday.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-07 11:46

China Reveals Breakthroughs in Nuclear Safety, Quantum Computing

China announced two breakthroughs in cutting-edge research on Thursday — a digital control platform in the nuclear safety sector and an operation and control system of quantum computers.

Source:|2018-12-07 11:40

Opening-up Plays Key Role in Qingdao's Modernization

Reform and opening-up has proved a success in the modernization of the coastal city of Qingdao, in eastern China's Shandong province, Mayor Meng Fanli said.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-06 16:23

Chinese Scientists Aim for World's Most Detailed 3D Map of Human Brain

Why do some brains discover the laws of universe, while others create soul-stirring music or paintings? How is memory and consciousness generated?

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-06 16:11

New Booking Service to Give Ticket Buyers Edge over Scalpers

A new function of China's official train ticket booking website is expected to boost buyers' chances of obtaining a ticket during the upcoming Spring Festival travel rush.

Source:|2018-12-06 16:09

Austrian-born Panda Twins Return to China

Austrian-born panda twins, Fu Feng and Fu Ban flew to Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan Province, Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-05 18:15

China Delivers World's First Arctic Condensate Tanker

The construction of the first Arctic condensate tanker has come to an end at a shipyard in South China's Guangdong province, and the tanker will soon be handed over to its Greek owner.

Source:|2018-12-05 17:57

China Completes Second National Census on Names of Places

China has completed the second national census on the names of places, according to the Ministry of Civil Affairs.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-05 17:36

New Beijing Airport's Ground Transportation Construction Finished

The main structure of the high-speed expressway connecting the Beijing Daxing International Airport to the capital completed construction on Sunday.

Source:|2018-12-04 11:24

Low-earth Orbit Satellite Project Launched in Chongqing

China's first global mobile satellite communication and internet space project via low earth orbit (LEO) satellites has been launched in southwest China's Chongqing Municipality.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-04 11:20

Hong Kong Scientists Discover Deadly Brain Cancer Mutation Route

The mutational mechanism of a rare and deadly brain cancer has been uncovered by scientists from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, providing new therapeutic lead to the disease.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-04 11:18

Construction Starts on Railway Station in Xiongan

The construction of Xiongan railway station was started Saturday with a goal to optimize China's high-speed railway networks covering Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei Province, according to sources from the China Railway.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-03 12:52

Researchers Develop Painless Method to Evaluate Tumor Progression

NANJING - Chinese researchers have developed a new evaluating model using medical imaging to help painlessly evaluate tumor progression in patients.

Source: Xinhua|2018-12-03 12:49

Yunnan Plans to Aid Foreigners with HIV

Southwest China's Yunnan province is considering providing free treatment to some foreign residents with HIV/AIDS, a top Chinese epidemiologist said.

Source: China Daily|2018-12-03 12:44

'Acid Rain City' Cleans Up Its Evironment

Liuzhou, an industrial center in Southwest China once riddled with acid rain, is transforming itself from a resource-consuming model to being driven by ideas and the environment.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-30 10:55

Shanghai Teams Up on Plans with Its Neighbors

Shanghai is teaming up with seven neighboring cities in Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces for collaborative planning in one of the latest efforts to further push forward the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta region.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-30 10:53

Parts of Beijing Government Make Tongzhou Move

After six years of planning, design and construction, parts of the Beijing municipal government have moved from the capital's downtown center to Tongzhou district.

Source:|2018-11-30 10:29

New Policy Promises Jobs for Foreign Students in Hainan

Excellent foreign students with a master's degree or above from Chinese universities will be allowed to find jobs and start businesses in Hainan and work permits will be granted.

Source:|2018-11-29 11:34

Bamboo Knitting Stays Alive in Wuzhen

For bamboo-knitting craftsman Qian Lihuai in Wuzhen, Zhejiang province, the internet has not only altered the way he lives, but offered a golden path reviving traditional bamboo handicraft passed down over hundreds of years.

Source:|2018-11-29 11:25

Chinese Company Unveils First Satellite for Free WiFi

A Chinese internet technology company unveiled the first satellite in a constellation plan to provide free WiFi service worldwide on Tuesday, following international tech giants into the field.

Source:|2018-11-29 11:18

Tree-planting Project Spreads Green to Desert

The sands piled up outside our house, blocking the door overnight. We had to get out through the window and used shovel to clear the sand, said Chen Ningbu, a 70-year-old resident from Hanggin banner in the Inner Mongolia autonomous region.

Source:|2018-11-28 15:24

Sea Buckthorn Berries Feed Economic Growth

On the back of its effective afforestation program, Youyu county is focusing on developing an ecological economy, with sea buckthorn, a hardy, fast-growing shrub, playing a major role.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-28 15:21

Online Platform for Property in Legal Cases Opens in Beijing

A Beijing court opened a new online platform for property handling on Tuesday to prevent individuals from transferring properties during case hearings and ensure verdicts can be effectively implemented.

Source:|2018-11-28 15:14

Researchers Develop Sensitive New Radar for Weather Observation

China has developed a millimeter-wave cloud radar for Beijing's new international airport, offering weather forecasts with higher accuracy than previous generations.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-27 17:50

China to Launch First 'Constitution Week' Campaign

China will launch its first Constitution Week publicity campaign, which is scheduled from Dec 2 to 8, according to an official circular released Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-27 17:42

China Launches Remote Sensing to Monitor Operation of FAST Telescope

Southwest China's Guizhou province has used remote sensing to monitor the operation of China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish radio telescope.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-26 11:47

China's Icebreaker Xuelong Enters Floating Ice Field in Southern Ocean

China's research icebreaker Xuelong has entered a floating ice area in the Southern Ocean to avoid a cyclone.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-26 11:44

China Launches Work on Third Aircraft Carrier, Xinhua Says

China has launched work on building its third aircraft carrier, Xinhua News Agency reported on Sunday.

Source:|2018-11-26 11:28

New Sino-Brazilian Satellite to Be Lifted to Earth Orbit by 2019

The sixth satellite jointly built by China and Brazil is scheduled to be launched next year, said space authorities from the two countries.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-23 14:49

China Plans First Undersea Tunnel for High-speed Trains

China will build its first undersea tunnel for high-speed trains, connecting two cities in eastern province of Zhejiang, according to local authorities.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-23 14:47

China Successfully Tests Recovering 7-ton Spacecraft

Chinese researchers have successfully tested two major systems in recovering large spacecraft of more than 7 tons, a weight of US Orion spacecraft, and the breakthrough improves China's capability to reach the world leading level.

Source:|2018-11-23 14:44

Hubei Woman Patrols Road on Foot for Eight Years

Among those who patrol roads in Central China's Hubei province, Zhang Si stands out with her dyed hair and flowery scarf.

Source:|2018-11-22 15:38

Chinese Schools to Debut AI Textbooks in 2019

China's first AI textbook series designed for primary and secondary school students is expected to debut in 2019, reports the

Source:|2018-11-22 15:32

Highway linking Beijing's New Airport with Downtown Nears Completion

The construction of a highway connecting Beijing's new international airport with the downtown area has been finished 70 percent, Beijing Municipal Commission of Transport said Wednesday.

Source:|2018-11-22 15:19

Fudan University to Further Develop General Education Curriculum

Fudan University will further develop its general education through exploring new interdisciplinary courses, multinational university cooperation and pragmatic curriculum optimization in the field over the next three years, according to the university.

Source:|2018-11-21 09:56

Shanghai Team Makes Stem Cell Progress

Scientists in Shanghai say they have uncovered how hematopoietic stem cells find a suitable microenvironment in vivo - observation of live isolated cells - offering insights into improving the efficiency of hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-21 09:42

Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Airports Record 10 Million Passengers

Shijiazhuang Zhengding International Airport in North China's Hebei province welcomed its 10 millionth passenger of 2018 on Tuesday, according to the airport.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-21 09:40

Beijing to Finish Credit System by 2020

Beijing will complete the legislative work on regulations of the social credit system by 2020, said a senior official of the capital at a press conference on Monday.

Source:|2018-11-20 10:00

Guangdong and Nova Scotia Establish Sister Relations

South China's Guangdong province and Canada's Nova Scotia province have agreed to establish sister relations, as the maturing bilateral relations are benefiting both.

Source:|2018-11-20 09:47

Shaanxi to Finish Its Panda Project in 10 Years

Shaanxi province will spend the next decade finishing construction of its segment of Giant Panda National Park.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-20 09:41

Lancang-Mekong Tourist Cities Forum to Be Held in Sanya

A tourism cooperation forum featuring tourist cities in countries along the Lancang-Mekong River will be held in Sanya, South China's Hainan province, local authorities announced on Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-19 11:14

Foreigners to Enjoy 144-hour Visa-free Transit in More Chinese Cities

From January 1, people of 53 nationalities will be able to enjoy a 144-hour visa-free period when transiting through Xiamen and a number of other Chinese cities.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-19 10:54

China's Icebreaker Xuelong Makes Port Call at Australia's Hobart

China's research icebreaker Xuelong docked in Australia's port of Hobart Saturday morning to replenish supplies, the last time it will do so before sailing to the Antarctic.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-19 10:50

Central China Launches World-leading Quantum Communication Line

Connecting Wuhan city of Central China's Hubei province and Hefei city of East China's Anhui province, a world-leading quantum communication line was officially put into service on Tuesday.

Source:|2018-11-16 10:05

China to Provide More Children with Affordable Preschool Education

About 85 percent of preschoolers in China, aged between three and six, will be enrolled in certified kindergartens by 2020, according to a high-level directive published Thursday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-16 10:00

SAR Remote Sensing Experiment Site Unveiled in Northern China

BEIJING - A synthetic aperture radar (SAR) remote sensing experiment site was unveiled in Zhangjiakou, Northern China's Hebei province, according to the China Science Daily.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-16 09:57

China Issues White Paper on Cultural Protection, Development in Xinjiang

The State Council Information Office on Thursday issued a white paper on cultural protection and development in Xinjiang.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-15 10:53

Chinese Scientists Release Design on Huge Collider

BEIJING - A Chinese research team Wednesday unveiled its concept design of a huge electron positron collider, which could be used in solving many problems in physics.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-15 10:41

Beijing Issues Action Plan to Promote AI Industry

BEIJING - Beijing issued an action plan on developing artificial intelligence (AI) and established an AI research institute Wednesday to promote the AI industry.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-15 10:38

CHTF 2018 Kicks off in Shenzhen

The China Hi-Tech Fair 2018 will kick off in Shenzhen on Wednesday, with more than 500,000 visitors from all over the world expected to take part in the annual technology feast.

Source:|2018-11-14 17:31

Air Show Highlights Zhuhai's Potential for Innovation

At the recent China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition, a lineup of state-of-the-art products independently developed by Zhuhai companies was shown to the assembled visitors from around the world, ranging from satellites to large aircraft and

Source: China Daily|2018-11-14 17:26

Guangzhou to Hold Large-scale Convention in Dec to Attract More Talent

To attract more overseas talent and local students with foreign university degrees to work in China, the Convention on Exchange of Overseas Talent will open in South China's Guangzhou city for two days beginning Dec 21.

Source:|2018-11-14 17:19

PLA Air Force Plans Expansion into Space to Modernize Capability

The People's Liberation Army Air Force intends to expand its presence into space as part of its plan to become a world-class force, a senior officer said on Sunday.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-13 10:06

New global Survey Shows Chinese Most Optimistic about Their Country

China is the most optimistic country in the world, with 91.4 percent of its citizens believing their country will become better a place in the next decade, according to a report released Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-13 10:02

China Expands Supercomputer Share in TOP500

DALLAS - China expanded its share on a global list of the world's fastest supercomputers, according to a biannual ranking of the Top500 published Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-13 09:59

Fuxing Bullet Train to Join Battle to Deliver for Singles' Day

BEIJING - Fuxing bullet trains between Beijing and Changsha, the capital city of Central China's Hunan province, will join the battle to deliver for Singles' Day, an annual e-commerce shopping spree in China that falls on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-12 11:57

Buddhist Grotto Comes Alive with 3D Technology

TAIYUAN - Supported by 3D printing technology, the replica of a cave in the Yungang Grottoes, a 1,500-year-old UNESCO World Heritage site, has been successfully made in Beijing.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-12 11:55

China Announces Roadmap for Building Stronger Modern Air Force

GUANGZHOU - The Chinese Air Force on Sunday announced a roadmap for building a stronger modern air force in three steps.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-12 11:32

China Promotes Global Water Resources Management

China is willing to promote sustainable development in global water resources management by sharing its water-control technologies and experiences, a senior official said this week.

Source:|2018-11-09 09:13

'Toilet Revolution' Gives China Potential to Lead Global Upgrade

China holds the potential to lead a global upgrade of sanitation solutions, public health advocates said during the Reinvented Toilet Expo that closed in Beijing on Thursday.

Source:|2018-11-09 09:10

New Airport Starts Operation in China's 'Red Tourism' City

A new airport went into operation on Thursday in Yan'an, a tourist city in northwest China's Shaanxi Province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-09 09:06

Full-size Model of China's Core Space Station Module Debuts in Zhuhai

A full-size model of the core module of China's space station Tianhe made its debut on Tuesday at the 12th China International Aviation and Aerospace Exhibition (Airshow China) in Zhuhai, south China's Guangdong Province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-08 11:16

Hainan to Launch Major Recruitment Fair in Beijing

South China's Hainan province plans to recruit 7,471 people for jobs in 371 government agencies, institutions and companies at a recruitment fair in Beijing on Saturday, the latest move to gather urgently needed talent resources to help spur the tropical

Source:|2018-11-08 11:03

Advanced Technology Played Role in Construction of Undersea Tunnel

China's first undersea tunnel for a subway employed advanced technologies and machinery to combat complex geological conditions.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-08 10:55

China Unveils Plan for Huaihe River Green Economic Belt

BEIJING - China unveiled a plan on Wednesday to promote the construction of the Huaihe River green economic belt in a bid to foster regional economic and ecological development.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-08 10:49

China's Outbound Tourists Creates Wealth, Employment for Many Countries

SHANGHAI - China's outbound tourists have created considerable wealth and jobs for many countries all over the world, official data showed Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-07 09:19

Nature Reserves Now Cover 18 Percent of China

There are now 11,029 nature reserves in China, covering more than 18 percent of the country's land area.

Source:|2018-11-07 09:15

Development of CR929 Aircraft Continues

The long-range, twin-aisle passenger aircraft CR929, which is being jointly developed by China and Russia, finished the preliminary demonstration work and determined the main parameters, such as the shape and sizes of the aircraft, earlier this year, acco

Source:|2018-11-07 09:04

China's First AI Theme Park Opens in Beijing

China's first artificial intelligence (AI) theme park opened to public in early November, after 10 months renovation of a municipal park in northern Beijing.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-06 10:19

2nd World Forum on Ecosystem Governance Convenes in Eastern China

The 2nd World Forum on Ecosystem Governance convened Monday in Hangzhou, capital city of eastern China's Zhejiang Province, with discussions on topics such as ecological capital, ecosystem governance in urban and rural areas, and social engagement set to

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-06 10:14

Public Panda Program Shows China's Commitments to Protecting Endangered Species

A public welfare program aiming to share stories of panda-human relationships has been unveiled to the public, presenting China's tremendous ecological conservation achievements in protecting the endangered species.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-06 10:03

China Grants 9 More Tourist Attractions with Top Rating

BEIJING -- Nine more tourist attractions in China have been granted the 5A-level rating, the highest rating for Chinese scenic spots, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-05 10:35

Chinese Scientists Develop Nanocomposite to Prevent Wheat Disease

HEFEI, Nov. 3 -- Chinese scientists have developed a nanocomposite to prevent powdery wheat mildew, a common wheat disease.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-05 10:07

Nations Fast-track Pakistan Port Plan

The all-weather strategic cooperative partnership between China and Pakistan will be strengthened with a firm commitment to building the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, including the landmark Gwadar Port, according to a joint declaration released on Sun

Source: China Daily|2018-11-05 09:33

Hainan to Hold World Tourism, Investment Conference

The 2018 World Tourism and Investment Conference will be held in Haikou, capital of Hainan Province in south China, from Nov 23 to 27, the provincial government has said.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-02 11:23

First Track Laid for Beijing-Zhangjiakou High-speed Railway

The laying of track for the Beijing-Zhangjiakou high-speed railway began on Thursday and is expected to be completed at the end of May, according to the company building the line.

Source:|2018-11-02 11:18

Logistics Hub Promotes Exports and Efficiency

More than 60 percent of the goods that depart the China-Europe Freight Train Logistics Center in Urumqi, capital of the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, are made and traded in Xinjiang, according to local railway authorities.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-02 11:07

New Weather Stations Start Operating in South China Sea

Three new weather stations in China's Nansha Islands began operating on Wednesday and will bring more accurate weather reports and warnings to fishermen and ships, according to the China Meteorological Administration.

Source:|2018-11-01 09:17

China Starts Exporting Petroleum to Laos

With over 64 ton diesel, handed over from PetroChina to a Lao company at Laos-China border, the first export of Chinese refined oil to Lao market was made on Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-11-01 09:03

Dalian Port Sets Ambitious Agenda for Transformation

Yu Bing, 44, started his career as a terminal operator at Dalian Port in Liaoning province.

Source: China Daily|2018-11-01 08:58

China Launches Microbiome Data Platform

Chinese researchers have developed an online platform for the data management, analysis, and release of microbial genomics and microbiome, according to the website of Chinese Academy of Sciences on Tuesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-31 10:36

Hangzhou Sets up Research Institute on Internet-related Disputes

A research institute on internet-related disputes and improving quality of such cases was established in Hangzhou, East China's Zhejiang province, on Tuesday.

Source:|2018-10-31 10:33

Shanghai Aims for Top Tech City Status

Being the nation's most desirable city for scientists around the world, Shanghai will continue to sharpen its technological innovation ability as it builds a scientific and technological innovation center with global influence, its top official said.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-31 10:29

Administrative Bureau of Giant Panda National Park Unveiled

The administrative bureau of the Giant Panda National Park was formally established in Chengdu, Sichuan province, on Monday.

Source:|2018-10-30 16:16

Low-budget Carrier 9Air Starts Direct Flight from Guangzhou to Yangon

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Source:|2018-10-30 16:15

Shanghai Most Ideal City among Scientists Working in China

Shanghai is the most ideal city for scientific to work in China, according to a report by Shanghai Institute for Science of Science and Springer Nature released at Pujiang Innovation Forum in Shanghai.

Source:|2018-10-30 16:03

Archaeologists Find Ancient Fishing Ruins in Northeast China

Archaeologists said Sunday that they have unearthed the remains of ancient houses and ash pits, together with animal bones, bronze ware and stone tools in Northeast China's Jilin province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-29 09:12

Marathon Comes to Xiaogang Village, Birthplace of China's Rural Reform

HEFEI -- Geoffrey Kipkoech Kirui of Kenya triumphed at the Fengyang International Marathon in Fengyang, a county that served as the cradle of China's rural reform in Anhui province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-29 09:10

World Buddhist Forum Opens in Fujian

PUTIAN, Fujian -- The fifth World Buddhist Forum opened in the city of Putian, East China's Fujian province, on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-29 09:04

Foshan Forges Ahead with Research and Innovation

The government of the city of Foshan, a manufacturing hub in China, has backed the establishment of a new group of research institutes and innovation centers to bolster its pillar industry and improve its expansion on the global stage.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-26 10:28

China Launches HY-2B Marine Satellite

China sent a new marine satellite into orbit Thursday morning to form a network with the subsequent HY-2C and HY-2D for maritime environmental monitoring.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-26 10:05

Shanghai Serves Both as Gatekeeper and Magnet for Digital Talent in Delta

The Yangtze River Delta region has proved a magnet for domestic digital talent, with Shanghai playing a crucial role in the redistribution of such talent within the region.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-26 09:32

New Rail to Reinforce Region's Economy

Construction of a railway linking Hotan prefecture and Ruoqiang county in Xinjiang will start at the end of this year and is ultimately expected to boost development in southern Xinjiang, the local railway authority said.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-25 10:30

Direct Railroad Routes Turn Vision into Profitability

Last year, the French sports retailer Decathlon started to transport products made in its factory in Wuhan, capital of Hubei province, to its warehouses in Dourges, northern France, direct by rail.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-25 10:26

Span over Water Will Give Boost to Economy

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge will boost development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, especially in tourism and logistics.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-25 10:24

China Starts Building 2nd Littoral Mission Ship for Malaysia

China on Tuesday started building the second littoral mission ship (LMS) for Malaysia in Wuhan, capital of central China's Hubei Province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-24 10:01

China's Space Programs Open up to World

When German scientists were conducting micro-gravity experiments on China's recoverable satellite in the 1980s, Chinese space engineer Tang Bochang was busy solving technical problems, while carefully keeping Chinese secrets.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-24 09:58

China Launches Third Prototype Exascale Computer

China has launched a third prototype exascale computing machine, the next-generation supercomputer, according to the developer.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-24 09:55

Classic Poetry Musical Attracts Huge Opening Weekend Audiences

Chinese musical, Shi Jing Cai Wei (Classic of Poetry), premiered at Tianqiao Performing Arts Center in Beijing on October 20, attracting audiences totaling 4,000 people over its opening weekend.

Source:|2018-10-23 10:27

China, Japan, ROK Cement New Cultural Ties in Tianjin

The 11th China-Japan-Korea Cultural Industry Forum was held in Binhai New District in Tianjin from Oct 19 to 21.

Source:|2018-10-23 10:12

AI Used to Identify Sweetness of Melons

At a muskmelon store in Haikou in Hainan Province, customers can use artificial intelligence technology to measure the sweetness of the melons on offer, reports

Source:|2018-10-23 09:57

China Quickly Embracing VR amid Tech Boom

What will replace smartphones in becoming our most indispensable gadget in daily and digital life?

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-22 09:32

Westlake University Established in Hangzhou

Westlake University, a research-oriented private university, held its founding ceremony on Saturday in the eastern Chinese city of Hangzhou.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-22 08:53

Mainland, HK Cooperate on Space Telescope to Search for Dark Matter

Scientists and space engineers from Chinese mainland and Hong Kong are working together on a space telescope to search for the mysterious dark matter in galaxy clusters about 300 million light years away.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-19 10:26

Traditional Chinese Medicine Primary Topic of Discussion

The Forum on 2018 Chinese Medicine Culture Development was held on Thursday in Beijing as an important part of the fifth annual conference of the Taihu World Cultural Forum.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-19 10:12

Shanghai Forum to Promote Innovation

The 2018 Pujiang Innovation Forum is set to be held in Shanghai at the end of October, aiming to continue promoting science and technology innovation in China and the world and supporting global innovation development.

Source:|2018-10-18 14:25

China’s Self-developed Commercial Drone Feihong-98 Completes Test Flight

A large commercial drone developed and modified by the China Academy of Aerospace Electronics Technology made a successful test flight at Baotou test site in North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region on Tuesday.

Source:|2018-10-18 14:23

HK-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge to Open Tuesday

The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge connecting the east and west sides of the Pearl River Delta in South China will officially open on Tuesday.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-18 11:50

BeiDou-3 Continues Journey to Homegrown Satellite System

China is independently producing key parts of BeiDou-3 satellites and user devices, exploring a way to bring significant projects under control.

Source:|2018-10-17 09:11

Foreigner's Knee Pain Cured by TCM

After receiving acupuncture treatment four times at the Central Hospital of Wuhan in Hubei province, John Kendrew no longer feels any pain in his knee.

Source:|2018-10-17 09:05

Database Established to Study Ancient Chinese Philosopher Zhu Xi's Doctrine

Chinese researchers have set up a database to study doctrine of Zhu Xi, a well-known Chinese ideologist, philosopher and educator who is believed to have lived from 1130 to 1200.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-17 08:56

Chinese Scientists Discover Better Treatment for Liver Transplant Rejection

Chinese scientists have potentially found a more effective solution to liver transplant rejection, which is life-threatening when it occurs.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-16 09:04

Beijing Publishes First Round of Applicants of Household Registration

The first round of 6,019 applicants who meet the qualifications for Beijing's household registration system, called hukou in Chinese, was published on Monday for public supervision, according to municipal authorities.

Source:|2018-10-16 08:58

Maritime Silk Road Museum Planned in Fujian

The Palace Museum and Shimao Group are going to build a museum focused on the Maritime Silk Road in Quanzhou, Fujian province, where the ancient maritime route began.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-16 08:51

Home-Sharing Inspires Rural Tourism

Last month, Beijing's Wang Jiahui, a software engineer, had what she described as the most unforgettable accommodation experience, courtesy Airbnb, a key player in China's home-sharing market.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-15 10:54

Macao Hosts Greater Bay Youth Forum on Opportunities for Young People

Chief Executive of China's Macao Special Administrative Region Chui Sai On called for concerted efforts Saturday to create better conditions for young people in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, who could strive to achieve their dreams withi

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-15 10:45

40 Years on, Xiaogang Still Testbed of China's Rural Reform

China's agricultural conglomerate Beidahuang Group has just concluded the first season harvest on a modern rice plantation in Xiaogang Village, east China's Anhui Province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-15 10:35

Chinese Universities to Develop Smart Public Transport System

BEIJING -- Hunan University in Central China has launched an innovation initiative to develop a smart urban public transport system, according to Thursday's Science and Technology Daily.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-12 10:05

Shanghai Medical Insurance Covers International Hospital

Shanghai's medical insurance scheme extended its coverage to medical bills at a foreign-funded hospital on Wednesday as part of efforts to boost the city's healthcare service sector.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-12 09:55

Great Wall Renovation An Uphill Struggle

As the first ray of sunshine reaches Donggou village in Beijing's Miyun district, Yang Chenghai and his fellow villagers walk behind 14 mules, each laden with bricks, and make their way up a hill to a section of the Great Wall.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-12 09:53

China Launches New Remote Sensing Satellites

Two remote sensing satellites were successfully sent into space Tuesday from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in northwest China.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-11 09:35

Palace Museum Begins Building Branch in Northwestern Beijing

After years of preparation, construction of a branch of the Palace Museum formally kicked off on Wednesday in Beijing's northwestern outskirts.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-11 09:28

Renovation of Potala Palace Roof Nearly Complete

Renovation of the golden roof of the Potala Palace is nearly complete and is awaiting inspection by the National Cultural Heritage Administration, said the Potala Palace Management Office in the Tibet autonomous region on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-11 08:52

Chinese Tourists Benefit Global Tourism Industry

Chinese tourists not only contribute a lot to domestic tourism revenue but also to the income of many other countries and regions since nearly 7 million outbound trips were made from Chinese mainland during the weeklong National Day holiday.

Source:|2018-10-10 10:20

China's First Firefighting Train Debuts

A train designed for firefighting made its first appearance in a drill in Chengdu, Southwest China's Sichuan province recently, the country's railway operator China Railway Corp's official WeChat account, chineserailways, reported.

Source:|2018-10-10 10:13

Young Chinese Set out on the Road to Adventure

The younger generation is turning its back on the traditional holiday routes of museums and shopping malls in favor of new experiences. Xin Wen reports.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-10 10:10

China Develops Lower-limb Rehabilitative Robot

China has developed a lower-limb rehabilitative robot which will soon be put into clinical use, according to the China Science Daily on Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-09 09:32

Infographic: More Chinese on the Road during 'Golden Week'

Infographic: More Chinese on the road during 'Golden Week'.

Source:|2018-10-09 09:27

Beijing to Host Life Science Conference

Beijing will host the 2018 World Life Science Conference later this month, which will focus on areas including medicine and health, agriculture and food safety, the environment and biotechnology, the organizer said at a news conference on Monday.

Source:|2018-10-09 09:25

Breakthrough Made in Peanut Planting on Qinghai Plateau

Chinese scientists have successfully grown peanuts in Northwest China's high-altitude Qinghai province for the first time, local authorities said.

Source: Xinhua|2018-10-08 09:40

Better Prices, Services Boost Holiday Travel

Nearly 730 million trips were made by Chinese travelers within China over the seven-day National Day holiday, a year-on-year increase of 9.43 percent, thanks to cheaper tickets and higher-quality travel services, according to the Ministry of Culture and T

Source: China Daily|2018-10-08 09:32

Rail Traffic Peaks as Millions Return from Holiday Trips

China's railway traffic reached its peak on Sunday, the last day of the weeklong National Day holiday, with an estimated daily passenger flow of 15.2 million, China Railway Corp said.

Source: China Daily|2018-10-08 09:14

Jiangsu Couples Can Apply for Digital Marriage Certificate on Alipay

Starting on Friday, couples in east China's Jiangsu Province can apply for a digital copy of their marriage certificate on Alipay using a mini program launched by the Jiangsu Provincial government.

Source:|2018-09-30 10:00

China Launches Centispace-1-s1 Satellite

China launched its Centispace-1-s1 satellite on a Kuaizhou-1A rocket from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in Northwest China at 12:13 pm Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-30 09:49

New School to Cultivate International Development Talent

As one of the earliest universities in China to carry out teaching and research on international development, the University of International Business and Economics unveiled a new school in Beijing on Friday to further cultivate multi-level international

Source:|2018-09-29 09:56

China's Third Internet Court Opens in Guangzhou

China opened its third internet court, in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, on Friday to help deal with the rising number of disputes and problems caused by society's ever-growing reliance on cyberspace.

Source:|2018-09-29 09:54

New Combat Aircraft for Export Makes Debut Flight

The FTC-2000G, a new multirole combat aircraft developed for export by the State-owned defense giant Aviation Industry Corp of China, made its debut flight in Anshun, Guizhou province, on Friday morning.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-29 09:41

Long March Rockets to See More Commercial Use

China's Long March rockets are expected to carry out more commercial launches next year, providing better and comprehensive services in space, according to a senior executive at a subsidiary of China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation.

Source:|2018-09-28 08:36

High-speed Railway Finally Reaches Jiamusi

High-speed rail will finally reach Jiamusi city in eastern Heilongjiang province, as the railway line from Harbin, the provincial capital, will be put into use on Sunday.

Source:|2018-09-28 08:33

60 Years on: Ningxia on Path to A Better Future

60 years on: Ningxia on path to a better future

Source:|2018-09-28 08:31

Foreign Ministry Announces New App for Overseas Tourists

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced a mobile application on Wednesday which will provide consular services to citizens overseas just ahead of the National Day holiday which will witness a peak in the number of Chinese tourists traveling abroad.

Source:|2018-09-27 11:16

Researchers Expand Test of Saline Soil Rice to Loess Plateau

The saline soil rice R&D team of Yuan Longping, the prestigious pioneer of hybrid rice, is expecting a harvest from a test field in the Loess Plateau, the world's highest soil erosion area.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-27 11:09

Beijing Focuses on Functions of Central Districts

Beijing said it will focus more on political functions in the use of land as it banned new residential real estate projects in its core districts on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-27 10:34

Advanced Rescue Ship Planned

China State Shipbuilding Corp is designing what it says is the world's most advanced rescue ship, and plans to commission it around 2021.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-26 11:23

3.95 Million Visit Beijing for Mid-Autumn Festival

Beijing received 3.95 million visitors during the three-day Mid-Autumn Festival holiday from Sept 22 to 24, according to data released by the Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Tuesday.

Source:|2018-09-26 10:24

China Aims to Explore Polar Regions of Moon by 2030

BEIJING -- China plans to land on and explore the southern and northern polar regions of the Moon by 2030, according to an official of the China National Space Administration (CNSA).

Source: China Daily|2018-09-26 09:43

'Red Tourism' A Top Travel Priority for Upcoming Holidays

Red tourism will stay highly popular, as will cultural tourism, during the upcoming Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day holidays, according to a recent forecast.

Source:|2018-09-25 15:09

HK Enters A New Era with High-speed Rail

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor has welcomed a new era in the SAR with the commencement of high-speed rail, linked with the country's extensive express rail network.

Source:|2018-09-25 15:04

Macao's Total Industrial Revenue up by 12.1% to $1.43B in 2017

MACAO - Macao's total revenue of the industrial establishments amounted to 11.54 billion patacas ($1.43 billion) in 2017, up by 12.1 percent year-on-year.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-25 14:59

HK Express Rail Makes Historic Debut

The much-awaited Hong Kong section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, or XRL, got off to a smooth start on Sunday in what could amount to a big bang in the evolution of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-25 14:49

Greater Support Pledged for Ningxia

The central government will better support the development of the Ningxia Hui autonomous region and make sure that relatively less-developed ethnic areas achieve a moderately prosperous society in all respects together with other regions by 2020, a senior

Source: China Daily|2018-09-21 11:36

Rapid Rail to Boost HK Growth

The Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link will promote the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region's long-term prosperity and its integration into national development by enhancing people-to-people, economic and trade contacts with the Chinese ma

Source: China Daily|2018-09-21 11:31

China's First Airplane Developed by Private Firm Makes Maiden Flight

China's first aircraft independently developed by a private company, the Guanyi GA20, made a successful maiden flight in East China's Jiangxi province on Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-21 11:12

Tibet Aims to Make All Villages Road-accessible by 2020

The government of the Tibet autonomous region has been enhancing road construction and maintenance in the region’s rural areas, with 695 of its 697 townships accessible by road, according to the region’s department of transportation.

Source:|2018-09-20 10:20

Chinese Student Wins EU Science Contest Prize

A Chinese student was awarded here on Tuesday the third prize of the 30th European Union Contest for Young Scientists (EUCYS), the highest prize ever won by China since its participation in the contest in 2003.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-20 10:01

Ground Transport Network to Serve Capital's New Airport Mapped out

Beijing has mapped out the operations plan for several ground traffic routes to facilitate operations at the city's new airport - Beijing Daxing International Airport - which is scheduled to open in September 2019.

Source:|2018-09-20 09:47

Space Lab Working beyond Life Span

China's Tiangong II space laboratory, which has exceeded its designed life span, remains in space and is still able to conduct scientific tasks, according to its developer and a leading expert.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-20 09:33

China Cybersecurity Week Opens in Chengdu

The 2018 China Cybersecurity Week opened in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province, on Monday and will run until Sunday.

Source:|2018-09-19 09:53

Online Bus-pooling Service to Debut in Beijing

A new way of riding a bus — hailing a bus online and waiting until a certain number of people around your location make the same request — will soon be available to the public in Beijing according to Beijing Public Transport, Beijing Youth Daily reported

Source:|2018-09-19 09:47

Chinese Eye Doctors to Provide Free Treatment in 6 BRI Nations

China has announced plans to send medical teams to provide free surgery to 3,000 cataract patients in six countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative in the next three years.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-19 09:45

FAST to Start Formal Operation in 2019

China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical Radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, will start formal operation and open to Chinese astronomers in 2019.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-18 10:03

Online Literature Readers Number 400 Million in China

The number of China's online literature readers has increased to 400 million this year, almost half of the country's total online population, the Beijing Daily reported Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-18 10:01

China Establishes First Research Institute for National Parks

China has established a research institute for national parks in the city of Xining, the capital of Northwestern Qinghai province.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-18 09:59

'Smart Glasses' to Incorporate Facial Recognition

Chinese smart glasses producer Beijing LLVision Technology Co Ltd and the Chinese Academy of Sciences announced on Wednesday the launch of a joint laboratory focused on vision technology, to accelerate the commercialization of facial recognition.

Source:|2018-09-17 09:20

China's R&D Spending Sees Rapid Growth in Past Decades

BEIJING - China's spending on research and development (R&D) has seen rapid growth in the past 25 years as the country pursues a strategy of development through scientific and technological progress.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-17 09:16

Flowers to Decorate Beijing as National Day Nears

A huge basket-shaped flower arrangement themed Blessings to China will be installed in Tian'anmen Square under the decoration plan for the upcoming National Day holiday on Oct 1.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-17 09:11

Shanghai Hosts International Tourism Festival

SHANGHAI - Over 1,300 performers from 25 countries and regions celebrated the opening of Shanghai Tourism Festival on Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-17 09:08

Poplar Trees Get New Status under BRI

Source: China Daily|2018-09-14 18:45

Bullet Train Line Will Reach Grottoes

Tourists will be able to reach Dunhuang, Gansu province, directly by high-speed train soon and see its famous Mogao Grottoes among other sites, after a high-speed train reached the city during a test run on Wednesday.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-14 18:35

Global Vision Drives Iris-recognition Technology

Experts can map the iris - the colored ring between the black pupil and the white sclera - of a human eye. It is a unique individual feature that remains unchanged from age 1, said expert Tan Tieniu, an academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-14 18:25

Tujia Art Troupe Brings Village Light Relief

As her colorfully clad students sing folk songs and offer tourists homemade rice wine, 83-year-old Gong Guimei enjoys watching and humming along.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-13 15:38

Boeing Forecasts China to Need 200 New Freighters in 20 Years

China is expected to demand 200 new air-cargo freighters and 470 converted freighters over the next 20 years, said a senior official of Boeing in Beijing.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-13 15:31

China Building Its Largest Marine Fisheries Research Vessels

SHANGHAI -- Researchers from Chinese Academy of Fishery Sciences are building the country's two largest marine fisheries research vessels.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-13 12:24

China Makes Steady Progress in Urbanization

China has made steady progress in urbanization during the past 40 years thanks to its reform and opening-up, with a rapidly-growing population of city dwellers.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-12 09:06

China's 2018 Future Science Prize Winners Announced

China's Future Science Prize, one of the country's most prestigious non-governmental science awards, announced on Saturday the 2018 winners in the areas of life science, physical science, and mathematics and computer science.

Source: People's Daily Online|2018-09-12 09:04

40 Years since Reform and Opening-up: Changes in Transportation

40 years since reform and opening-up: Changes in transportation

Source:|2018-09-12 08:51

Submersible Sets Ocean Depth Record

China's unmanned submersible Hailong 11000-also known as Sea Dragon 11000-recently set a national depth record for a Chinese robotic submersible, according to the Ministry of Natural Resources.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-11 09:58

Multinationals Say Variety of Strategies Key to China Success

Successfully employing a range of different strategies, the development of multinational corporations in China has benefited from the nation's unique market and the support of personnel and technology.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-11 09:30

Guangzhou-Shenzhen-HK High-speed Train Tickets Go on Sale

Tickets for high-speed trains linking Chinese mainland and Hong Kong go on sale on Monday via online platforms, telephone hotline and railway stations, reported.

Source:|2018-09-11 09:00

China's Public Donations Exceeds 75 Billion Yuan in 2017

Public donations topped 75.5 billion yuan (more than $11.1 billion) in China in 2017, said the Ministry of Civil Affairs (MCA).

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-10 10:05

Chinese scientists Use Domestic Satellite to Conduct Light Pollution Research

Chinese scientists have conducted nighttime light pollution research using a domestically-produced remote sensing satellite, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-10 10:02

China Launches First Domestically Built Icebreaker

China is launching its first domestically built research icebreaker, Xuelong 2, or Snow Dragon 2, on Monday, and plans to officially put it into service in the first half of 2019, according to its builder.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-10 10:00

New Chinese TV 'Star' Rises across Africa

A digital broadcaster is forging links of friendship between China and people in countries across the continent. Li Zhihui and Cao Pengyuan report for Xinhua.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-07 09:35

New Ocean Park in Shanghai Sets Opening Date

The Shanghai Haichang Ocean Park, the next major attraction in the city following Disneyland, will begin its trial run on Oct 1 and officially open on Nov 16, the park said on Thursday.

Source:|2018-09-07 09:26

Atmosphere and Marine Observation Station to Be Built in North China

The Chinese Academy of Sciences Institute of Atmospheric Physics and Laoting County have reached an agreement to build an atmosphere and marine research station and an industrial base in this north China county.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-07 09:17

Intelligent Monitoring System for Manhole Covers Installed

An intelligent monitoring system is being used to manage manhole covers in Beijing, Beijing Daily reported Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-06 11:35

Snow Leopard Consensus Signed in Beijing

Representatives of the world's major snow leopard range countries signed a consensus on global snow leopard conservation in Shenzhen on Wednesday.

Source:|2018-09-06 11:11

China's First Independently-developed Atmosphere Observation System Installed

China has installed its first independently-developed atmosphere observation system known as APSOS in Tibet Autonomous Region in the southwest of the country.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-06 11:09

Next-gen Imax system Makes Debut in Shanghai

China’s first Imax laser projection system, one of the most advanced movie projection technologies, has been adopted at Shanghai Hoyts Cinema in Imix Park.

Source:|2018-09-05 11:15

AI Used to Predict Chances of Recovery from Brain Trauma

Chinese researchers and doctors have built an artificial intelligence model that uses medical imaging to help determine whether patients with severe brain damage might regain consciousness.

Source: China Daily|2018-09-05 11:11

World's Longest-span Aircraft Hangar Gets Its Roof

As the last roof structure was lifted in place Monday morning, the aircraft hangar in Beijing Daxing International Airport, an international hub, was capped after around four months of operation.

Source:|2018-09-05 10:38

Tunnel Construction Signals New Phase in Bridge Project

Construction of the Shenzhen-Zhongshan Bridge, another mega bridge and tunnel project along with Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, entered a new stage when construction of an immersed tube tunnel began in Jul

Source: China Daily|2018-09-04 09:29

Chongqing Builds A Glass Bridge with 5D Effect

A glass bridge, 230 meters long, with a 5D effect recently opened at a scenic spot in Southwest China's Chongqing.

Source:|2018-09-04 09:26

Symposium Held to Commemorate WWII Victory Anniversary

China on Monday held a symposium to commemorate the 73rd anniversary of the victory in the Chinese People's War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression and the World Anti-Fascist War.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-04 09:24

Silk Road Tour Highlights Dunhuang Elements

The Mogao Grottoes, an art performance and a lecture featuring the ancient history of Dunhuang in Northwest China's Gansu province drew a delegation closer to Silk Road culture during their tour from Sept 1-2.

Source:|2018-09-03 10:47

China Begins Urgent Visa Reissue Service for Foreigners Who Lose Passports

SHANGHAI - Jordan Kane, a 24-year-old woman from Britain, was thrilled to get her Chinese visa reissued in just one hour Saturday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-03 10:44

China-developed AI Helps Assess Brain Injury Patients

Chinese researchers and doctors have built an artificial intelligence (AI) model with medical imaging to help determine whether patients with severe brain damage might regain consciousness.

Source: Xinhua|2018-09-03 10:31

Beijing-donated Archway Coming to Brooklyn

A distinctive Chinese-style archway to be installed in Brooklyn borough in New York is set to become a new landmark in the city and a symbol of China-US friendship.

Source:|2018-08-31 11:46

Chinese Scientists Measure Gravity with Record Precision

A group of Chinese researchers recently has measured the most precise estimates for the strength of gravity by using two independent methods.

Source:|2018-08-31 11:15

Ningxia Celebrates 60 Years of Success

The Ningxia Hui autonomous region has made historic achievements in social development since it was founded 60 years ago, the chairwoman of the region said.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-31 10:55

Shanghai Seeks World-class Sports Stature

Shanghai released a document on Wednesday listing 30 guidelines to boost the sports industry-part of its effort to build itself into a global city of excellence by 2035.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-30 10:27

China Builds National Database for Water Networks

Having an ID number is not the exclusive domain of human beings -- now it's also a right owned by the waters in China.

Source:|2018-08-30 09:45

Project Launched to Develop Hydrogen Fuel Cells in E China

A project on developing hydrogen fuel cells was launched to build a hydrogen city in Jinan, east China's Shandong Province on Wednesday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-30 09:12

Chinese Tourists Biggest Spenders in the World

China maintained its leading role in the global tourism market with outbound tourists spending $258 billion in 2017, accounting for one-fifth of the world's total spending on tourism, according to a world tourism report.

Source:|2018-08-29 09:21

China Building A Superconducting Computer

Chinese scientists are building a low-energy and high-performance superconducting computer, aiming to complete a prototype as early as 2022 according to a media report.

Source:|2018-08-29 09:12

New Rules Aid Applicants Who Plan Overseas Trips

Mainland residents who need a passport or a permit for travel to Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, will be able to complete the application process at any entry and exit office nationwide starting on Sept 1, the State Immigration Administration said on Tuesday

Source: China Daily|2018-08-29 09:03

Civil Aviation Authorities Set up On-site Office in C919 Developer

China's civil aviation authorities have set up an on-site airworthiness office in the Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China (COMAC), developer of the C919 and ARJ21 airplanes, according to COMAC on Sunday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-28 10:06

Meteorite Crater Acquired by Shanghai Museum

A meteorite crater in Yunnan province has been recovered and collected by the Shanghai Science and Technology Museum on August 18, marking the first time that a Chinese museum has acquired such a crater.

Source:|2018-08-28 09:58

'Seawater Rice' Rides Tide of Hope and Hype

A test next year will determine whether new strain can be grown commercially, Xie Chuanjiao reports from Qingdao, Shandong.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-28 09:29

China Adds 8,130 kilometers of Expressways to Toll Road Network in 2017

China added 8,130 km of expressways to its toll road network last year, an increase of 6.5 percent year on year, according to the Ministry of Transport.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-27 09:13

Freight Train Fetes 10,000th Europe Trip

China Railway Express, also known as the China-Europe freight train, completed its 10,000th trip on Sunday as it returned to Wuhan, Hubei province, after a two-week journey from Hamburg, Germany.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-27 09:01

New Carrier Sets out on Second Sea Trial

China's first domestically designed aircraft carrier embarked on its second sea trial on Monday from its shipyard in Dalian, Liaoning province.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-27 08:58

Chinese Researchers Record More Endangered Gazelle

Chinese researchers have found a record number of Przewalski's gazelle, an endangered species found only around a lake in Northwest China's Qinghai province, during an annual large-scale survey this year.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-24 12:49

Chinese Private Space Company to Launch First Carrier Rocket

China will launch its first solid-propellant carrier rocket developed by a Chinese private company late this year.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-24 12:41

High-speed Railway to Open, Connecting Hong Kong with 44 Destinations

The government of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) announced Thursday that the operating arrangements for the Hong Kong Section of the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (XRL) would be commissioned on Sept 23.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-24 12:27

'Longevity Protein' Found Effective in Primates

Chinese scientists have discovered that a longevity protein called SIRT6, which regulates aging in rodents, can also affect development in nonhuman primates.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-23 09:39

China Launches First Financial Court in Shanghai

China's first court specializing in handling finance-related cases opened Monday in the country's financial hub of Shanghai.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-22 09:45

New Highway Section in Beijing Launched; Region to See Benefits

A 38-kilometer section of highway that connects Beijing's southern Daxing district with eastern Tongzhou district opened to vehicles on Monday at noon, bringing the larger 940-km project into full operation.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-22 09:41

Town's Move Provides New Opportunities

The relocation of a poor, remote township in a mountainous area of Guizhou province is expected to be finished by the end of this year and help locals get out of poverty and enjoy better public services.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-22 09:36

Baby Koala Meets Public in East China

A baby koala born in Nanjing Hongshan Forest Zoo in East China's Jiangsu province made its first public appearance on Monday.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-21 10:02

World's First Solar Panel Expressway Being Repaired

The world's first expressway section paved with solar panels, which opened for trial service in Jinan, Shandong province, on Dec 28, is undergoing repairs, Qilu Transportation Development Group said on Monday.

Source:|2018-08-21 09:59

Students Who Want to Be Teachers Get Huge Boost with Fee Waiver

A regulation has been introduced for government-paid teaching students at six key universities to help improve education equality, especially in central and western regions.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-21 09:33

An All New Fengtai Rail Station Underway in Beijing

Construction work began on Beijing's new Fengtai Railway Station - expected to be one of the largest stations in Asia - after the last scheduled train passed through the old station.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-20 11:09

Greater Bay Area Backs TCM Going Global

Traditional Chinese medicine experts from Guangdong province and the Hong Kong and Macao special administrative regions have joined forces to set up a landmark integrated TCM center in the region, resolving to spur innovation and advancement in treating a

Source: China Daily|2018-08-20 11:05

China Completes 1st Test on Propulsion System for Space Experiment Module

XI'AN - Chinese researchers have successfully completed the first test of the propulsion system for the experiment module of the country's planned space station.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-20 09:20

3D Atlas of China Published

The first 3D atlas of China has been published by Harbin Cartographic Publishing House, the Science and Technology Daily reported on Wednesday.

Source:|2018-08-17 15:20

Beijing's 7th Ring Road Opens to Traffic This Month

The Capital Region Ring Expressway, a 1,000-kilometer-long highway linking Beijing and its neighboring cities, will open to traffic this month, reported on Friday.

Source:|2018-08-17 15:17

Hero Captain Lands at Tsinghua University

Liu Chuanjian, the hero captain who safely landed Sichuan Airlines Flight 3U8633 in May, has been admitted to the aeronautics and aviation management program at Tsinghua University.

Source:|2018-08-17 14:47

China Has World's Second-largest Number of Top Ranking Universities

The 2018 Academic Ranking of World Universities released on Wednesday by Shanghai Ranking Consultancy reveals that 62 research universities in China have made their list of the world's top 500 universities.

Source:|2018-08-16 10:12

Lunar Probe Unveiled as It Readies for Expedition

Chinese scientists unveiled their latest lunar probe, the Chang'e 4, on Wednesday, saying it will be launched in December on a mission to land on the far side of the moon.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-16 10:06

Bay Area Expected to Unleash Power

Vice-Premier Han Zheng said on Wednesday that the development of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area must fully utilize the advantages of the one country, two systems principle. It also must unleash the integrated power of Guangdong province

Source: China Daily|2018-08-16 09:55

Internet Technology to Assist Healthcare in Yangtze Region

Residents of China's Yangtze River delta region stand to benefit from distant medical diagnosis and algorithm-backed disease detection services.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-15 09:47

Scientists Intend to Chase Solar Eclipses in Space

Total solar eclipses - when the moon comes between the viewer and the sun - are spectacular opportunities for scientists to observe the sun's corona. But from Earth, they are brief and rare.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-15 09:34

Spacecraft to Extend Lifespan of Satellites

Chinese satellite experts are designing a new type of spacecraft that will be capable of moving a de-orbiting satellite back into its intended orbit, thus extending its period of service.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-14 09:24

Beijing Builds 5G Base Stations for Faster Networks

Chinese telecom giant China Unicom's Beijing subsidiary launched a 5G NEXT plan Monday, to embrace faster wireless 5G networks in the near future.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-14 08:49

Chinese Scientists Achieve Record Efficiency on Organic Solar Cells

Chinese scientists have achieved a record 17.3 percent power conversion efficiency on organic solar cells, marking a step forward in the wide application of the green battery.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-13 09:37

Govt to Lower Prices of 14 Drugs to Treat Cancer

China's medical insurance administration said it will lower the prices of 14 cancer drugs and instructed provincial-level drug-procurement platforms to follow the new standard by the end of next month.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-13 09:35

Annual Tibet Festival Starts with Thangka


Source: CHINA DAILY|2018-08-13 08:59

International Plan Draws Foreign Students


Source: China Daily|2018-08-10 08:40

Torchbearers for Beijing Olympics Reunite in City

It has been 10 years since the 2008 Beijing Olympics, but for many the memory of the sports extravaganza will always remain fresh, especially the event's torchbearers.

Source:|2018-08-10 08:38

Scientists Led by Fudan University Develop New Imaging Technique

Researchers led by a team from Fudan University have developed a new form of nanoparticle and associated imaging technique that could change the way medical professionals detect disease biomarkers, including cancer.

Source:|2018-08-09 09:17

Beijing-Tianjin Railway Speed Rises to 350 Kph

China on Wednesday increased the maximum speed of bullet trains on the Beijing-Tianjin high-speed railway to 350 km per hour (kph), reducing the inter-city travel time by five minutes.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-09 09:15

Tsinghua Scientists Design Electronic Skin

Chinese scientists have developed a graphene-based tattoo-like electronic skin that could function as a wearable device to monitor a person's health.

Source: China Daily|2018-08-08 10:22

Hexi Corridor Excavations Lead to Climatic Change Discovery

The Hexi Corridor, part of the ancient Silk Road in China's northwest, experienced sharp climatic change from about 3,700 years ago, archaeologists have said.

Source: Xinhua|2018-08-08 09:04