Wang Yi: China will not allow rights of its citizens to be harmed

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi said on Tuesday that the safety and security of every Chinese citizen overseas is a concern for China. 

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Long endurance multi-use small drone makes first flight in China

A small drone able to fly more than 24 hours on just one charge made its first flight Tuesday.  It can be used to monitor the environment using a radar sensor.

China's Wang retains 200m medley title at Short-course Hangzhou worlds

Chinese swimmer Wang Shun retained his 200m individual medley title at the Fina Swimming World Championships (25m) on Tuesday, while two world records were renewed.

'Guardians and War on Truth' Time's 'Person of the Year'

Time magazine chooses Saudi Arabian writer Jamal Khashoggi and other journalists it called "The Guardians"who most influenced the news in 2018 as its Person of the Year.

Teenagers' shirtless run in frigid winter sparks debate

A group of shirtless teenagers running outside in the freezing cold of Beijing have stirred up heated discussions among Chinese netizens.

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge wins another international engineer award

The Institution of Civil Engineers journal "New Civil Engineer" has given the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Island Tunnel Project the "2018 Tunnel Engineering Award of the Year".
 

Looted bronze relic repatriated to China

A bronze Chinese water vessel dubbed "Tiger Ying" has been returned to China after being looted over 150 years ago from the Old Summer Palace in Beijing.

Norway's 2nd largest bridge built by Chinese firm opens to traffic

A ceremony was held Sunday to officially open Norway's second largest bridge that has been built by a Chinese company and its partners some 220 km inside the Arctic Circle.

AI technology aims to reduce road deaths in China

An AI-powered in-car driver alertness monitoring system will be installed in trucks in Shenzhen next year, in an effort to reduce the death toll on the country's roads.

China and the City of London working together on Belt and Road

The Green Finance Initiative of the City of London Corporation has published a set of green finance guidelines for the Belt and Road Initiative.

Vaccine maker faces Shenzhen delisting

Changsheng Bio-technology, a major Chinese vaccine maker, has received advance notice of a mandatory delisting from the Shenzhen Stock Exchange.

Samsung China defends partnership with alleged 'fake' Supreme

Samsung China has defended its collaboration with Supreme Italia following uproar online that the tech giant had partnered with a "knock-off" of the brand Supreme NYC.

NASA responds to Marvel fans on saving Iron Man

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) has responded to "Avengers" fans who have been pleading online to save Tony Stark from space.

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