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  • Sino-French sustainable development forum held in Wuhan

    The third China-French Sustainable Development Forum and China-French International Demonstration Eco-city Tourism festival is being held in Wuhan city from September 25th to 27th.

  • Premier Li rides Chinese bus in Havana

    Li Keqiang has also highlighted the importance of maintaining the quality of exports to Cuba by riding a China-made bus in the capital Havana.

  • Premier Li watches gala show in Havana

    After meeting with Cuban President Raul Castro Li attended a gala show at Havana's Grand Theater together with Miguel Diaz-Canel, first vice-president of the Cuban Council of State and the Council of Ministers.

  • President Xi visits PLA Rocket Force

    President Xi Jinping has visited the Rocket Force of the People's Liberation Army. Xi conferred military flags on the Rocket Force, which was established at the end of last year as part of an ongoing program of modernisation to China's military.

  • China supports Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

    In China where the country's new foreign ministry spokesperson, Geng Shuang, has made his first public appearance to reiterate China's stance on the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty.

  • Studio interview: Significant time for China-Cuba relations

    For more discussion on Premier Li's trip, joining me in the studio is Mr. Gao Zhikai, director of China Nation Association of International Studies.

  • China builds trade relations with Cuba

    China builds trade relations with Cuba

  • World's longest desert highway starts operation

    The world's longest desert highway has started operation in Inner Mongolia of North China. The 900-kilometer section stretches from Linhe district in Bayan Nur City to Baigeda in Alxa League. It's part of a project linking Beijing to Urumqi in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region.

  • One of China's answers to water issues

    The ministry repeated the significance of creating "Sponge Cities" and emphasized the program's long-term results. Nearly half of China’s 657 cities fail to meet national standards for flood prevention. And in another assessment, about half of the cities are considered water scarce by UN standards.

  • China accelerates building of sponge cities

    China has been accelerating the building of sponge cities. The Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development says it takes time to take effect. The ministry was responding to reports that the sponge city pilot program has failed.

  • Hong Kong becomes 'sponge city' to stop floods

    China is exploring the idea of building “sponge cities” to solve the problem of urban flooding. Hong Kong has used the concept in a decade of infrastructure upgrades.

  • China sends 40 warplanes to patrol ADIZ

    China has sent more than 40 warplanes to fly over the Miyako Strait in the West Pacific, to test its combat ability and carry out a regular patrol in the Air Defense Identification Zone over the East China Sea. An Air Force spokesperson cited safeguarding state sovereignty and national security, and safeguarding peaceful development.


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