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Closer regional integration boosts common development in Asia-Pacific

Despite a lackluster global economic recovery, the Asia-Pacific region has remained as the world's most economically dynamic region and the main engine of global growth, almost a decade after the 2008 global financial crisis.

China to boost competitiveness in AI

China has moved to forge new competitive advantages in artificial intelligence (AI), with goals to allow homegrown businesses to take on global rivals by 2020.

China's Mobike confident to go global

China's bycicle-sharing company Mobike Technology Co. can surely outspread its successful bike-sharing model across the world, Florian Bohnert, head of international expansion at Mobike, said on Wednesday.

Retired couple shows great love for “Baby Alien”

Lele, 7, lives in Jinjiang of Quanzhou city, southeast China’s Fujian province. He was nicknamed “Baby Alien” for his alien-like appearance.

How much do you know about eating insects?

Eating insects is an ancient custom in various Chinese cuisines, but the modern issue of soaring rent has led to a revival of dining on silkworms in Wuzhen.

Beijing hosts 2017 Yenching Social Innovation Forum

The 2017 Yenching Social Innovation Forum was held in Peking University on December 8-11.

S600E: An innovative step in stainless structural steel R&D in China

On December 11, 2017, a press conference for "Sorbite High Strength Stainless Structural Steel S600E" was held in the Beijing National Convention Center.

Beijing achievements exhibition impresses the public

Beijing is holding an exhibition that sought to document China’s numerous achievements over the past five years in the Beijing Exhibition Center.

Madame Fidel's Hair Salon: Where Two Worlds Meet

Madame Fidel's African hair salon in central Beijing brings to life the famous saying, "if the mountain won't come to you, you must go to the mountain."

MPI: Global and domestic steel demand forecast moderate increase in 2018

China's domestic demand for steel will only see a minor growth of 0.7% from the forecast 725 million tons in 2017 to 730 million tons in 2018.

Doğu Perinçek: CPC brings hope to all countries of the world

Perinçek is an old friend of China and pays great respect to Chinese leaders including Chairman Mao Zedong.

China Cares: How does a local community help people in need?

Yet, China is a nation with imbalanced development, where the vast western region, especially southwestern provinces remain far less developed.

Sino-Portuguese ties bring big boost to New Silk Road

As a Portuguese citizen, I felt disappointed but not surprised that my country was not featured at the Beijing Expo, since it highlights the shortcomings of Portuguese diplomacy.

Reach and Influence of Contemporary Chinese Culture

To be a real "major power" at the center of the world stage, a nation should not only build its "hard power," but also its "soft power."

UFC veteran Michael Bisping vows to put on a show in Shanghai

The Ultimate Fighting Championship will finally hold its first event on the Chinese mainland Saturday, 24 years after the world’s most successful mixed martial arts promotion was founded.

Chinese healthcare achievements showcased at Beijing exhibition

China is one of the best performers in terms of achieving nationwide health targets set by the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).

Five implications for the B&R from Xi's speech in the 19th CPC National Congress

On Oct. 18, President Xi Jinping opened the 19th Communist Party of China (CPC) Congress with a monologue lasting 3 hours and 23 minutes.

Priority Check: Greening the Belt and Road

After the 2016 political earthquake, the United States started a gradual retreat from global climate action. Now, more eyes are turning towards China.

UNAM Scholars represent Mexico at Beijing Forum 2017

On Nov. 3, the opening ceremony of the 14th Beijing Forum was held in the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse.

Beijing exhibition celebrates China's achievements, showcases future

A popular exhibition highlighting China's biggest achievements is being held at the Beijing Exhibition Center from Sept. 26 till the end of November.

Cartoon Commentary on Xi's Southeast Asia Trip ④: Jointly building a China-Laos community of a shared future

It is the first visit in 11 years by a Chinese head of state and top Communist Party of China leader to Laos.

Cartoon Commentary on President Xi's Southeast Asia Trip ③: Opening up new prospects for Sino-Vietnamese ties

Chinese President Xi Jinping, also general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, paid a state visit to Vietnam on Nov. 12-13.

Transforming from imitators to innovators

E-commerce and e-payment, two of the "four new inventions of China", reached a new peak this year as the Singles Day sales on Nov 11 reached 253.97 billion yuan ($38.2 billion). China's "new inventions" can be more accurately described as "innovations", because there have been similar inventions in foreign countries before.

China Cares: Maintaining Tibetan heritage in a digital age

The residents of China's southwest Tibet Autonomous Region hold a long and rich cultural history.

Cartoon Commentary on President Xi's Southeast Asia Trip ②:Highlight development and inject confidence for Asia-Pacific

Xi touched on the world situation, Asia-Pacific cooperation, China's new journey and development opportunities.

Cartoon Commentary on President Xi's Southeast Asia Trip ①: Open up new vision for diplomacy with Chinese characteristics in the new era

Chinese President Xi Jinping left Beijing on Friday to attend the 25th  Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders' Meeting in Da Nang.

Chinese-Americans developing new political power in America

Chinese American Alliance (CAA), a non-profit organization, held its 1st National Conference on October 28, at Northwest University, Chicago, IL USA.

Beijing Exhibition Center gives you glimpse of the future

You could walk to 11 different exhibition areas, which feature different themes, including transportation, energy, crackdown on corruption.

China Cares: Witnessing record-low urban unemployment rates

Eventually, a bubble ensues, while over-capacity in production cause the domestic economy to buckle under its weight.

China Cares: Xinjiang witnesses remarkable GDP annual growth rates

Xinjiang might be sparsely populated, but Beijing has made tremendous strides to develop northwestern China and the results appear remarkable.

Cartoon Commentary, 19th CPC National Congress ④: Starting a new journey in a new era

The new central leadership of the Communist Party of China was elected at the first plenary session of the Party's 19th Central Committee.

China Cares: Giving a new facelift to shantytowns

Accordingly, the Central Government has pledged substantial funding to renovate shantytowns.

China Breakthroughs: New technologies give hope to missing children's families

Nothing can be more heartbreaking for a family than when their child goes missing.

Cartoon Commentary, 19th CPC National Congress ③: Illuminating the road for CPC to make progress

Xi Jinping Thought illuminates the road for the Party to make progress.

China Breakthroughs: Charging ahead on "Made-in-China" chip technology

China's exports of low-tech goods had accounted for 28 percent of its export market in 2014, compared to 41 percent in 2000.

China Breakthroughs: Electric vehicle batteries get a super recharge

EVs run on batteries that require recharging and do not contribute to carbon emissions.

China Cares: Planting hybrid rice that's drought-resistant with higher yields

A team of Chinese scientists announced in October 2017 they had completed experiments on a pilot field in north Hebei Province.

China Breakthroughs: Robots get real and trendy

Present-day robots are showing the capabilities to reshape society and the global manufacturing sector in a dramatic fashion.

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Overseas officials, experts laud China's inspiration of Belt and Road Initiative, forum

Overseas experts and officials highly commented on the inspiration of the Belt and Road Initiative and a two-day forum in this regard that is to conclude here on Monday.

Qihoo 360 cracks ransomware virus

The unprecedented spread of ransomware that has swept across more than 100 countries since Friday has been cracked by a Chinese tech company - at least in part.

China upgrades website of judicial case database

The Supreme People's Court (SPC) has upgraded its online judicial case database and launched a mobile app, in a move to improve access to information.

New crowned 2017 Miss USA sparks firestorm for controversial remarks

Kara McCullough, a 25-year-old scientist working for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, was crowned Miss USA 2017 Sunday night in Las Vegas and caused a firestorm on social media for controversial comments about political issues during the competition.

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