China

Myanmar youth reap rewards from China-Myanmar cooperative projects

The China-Myanmar Oil and Gas pipeline serves as an important energy artery for Myanmar.

Guardians of the Belt and Road dedicate prime years in Myanmar

The China-Myanmar Oil and Gas Pipeline is a pioneer project of the Belt and Road Initiative. And it's one that's brought tangible benefits to both countries, and won broad public support.

​Macao martial arts champion shines in fashion world with Chinese style

Allen Choi, a martial arts champion from Macao, has crossed over into the fashion industry with a line of clothing that's finding favor with young people, thanks to its blend of classic Chinese style and pop culture.

​"Dedicate yourself and you will win," says young entrepreneur

Many entrepreneurs are seeking opportunities in China's rapidly-growing health and fitness sector.
Zhuang Zihao or  Howard Chung,  a young man from Macao who runs a popular fitness club in Beijing's Sanlitun district is one of them.

​Perseverance and passion make a difference, young athlete from Macao

Ever since the news broke 20 years ago that China would be hosting the 2008 Summer Olympics, the country's enthusiasm for sports has grown and grown, inspiring many young people to get involved, like Chen Conghang.

Xi Jinping vows unwavering support to Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday expressed "firm support" for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) government under Chief Executive Carrie Lam's leadership.

Young girl from Macao becomes social media influencer

Kun Lot U, a media-savvy student at Huaqiao University and has become begun a career as a social media influencer.  

China holds national memorial ceremony for Nanjing Massacre victims

China is holding a national memorial ceremony Friday morning in Nanjing City, east China's Jiangsu Province, to mourn the 300,000 victims of the Nanjing Massacre in 1937. 

China calls for adjusting DPRK sanctions as U.S. indicates flexibility

China's UN ambassador, on Wednesday, called on the UN Security Council to make necessary adjustments to the sanctions measures on the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK).

China's CPI up 4.5%, PPI down 1.4% in November

China's consumer price index (CPI), a main gauge of inflation, rose by 4.5 percent year on year in November, the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) reported on Tuesday.

Chinese UN envoy reaffirms green Winter Olympics in 2022

The Chinese UN envoy on Monday said Beijing aims to hold a green Winter Olympics in 2022, in which green power will be used in all venues to strive for carbon neutrality.

Bookshelf-like substation in Ningbo

The substation with colored drawings on its outer wall was put into operation after a 6-month renovation. The book titles refer to history and cultural relics of Ningbo. 

Xi Jinping: China's growth an opportunity, not a threat to EU

Chinese President Xi Jinping and new European Council President Charles Michel held phone talks, and agreed that strengthening China-EU relations is in the common interests of both sides and the world. 

Huawei to apply open source Harmony in 2020

All Huawei terminal devices, with the exception of mobile phones, tablets and laptops, will come with the Chinese tech company's self-developed Harmony OS next year. 

Hong Kong police calls Sunday protest 'generally peaceful'

The Hong Kong government has called the massive Sunday protest – which had been granted approval earlier – "generally peaceful," emphasizing that no force will be used for an overall peaceful situation like this one.

Giant pandas to be released into wild outside Sichuan for first time

According to CCRCGP, an expert meeting was held in Jiangxi, where it was decided that one or two pandas will be released into the Jiangxi Guanshan National Nature Reserve.

Conservation of Asian elephants in SW China's Yunnan

The Xishuangbanna National Nature Reserve in southwest China has been known for the vibrant biodiversity in its 240,000 hectares of tropical jungles.

Dinosaur footprints found in ancient Chinese imperial resort

Paleontologists announced Friday the discovery of numerous dinosaur footprint fossils dating back to the Jurassic period in the former royal summer resort in north China.

China's female labor force makes the 'she economy' thrive

The topic of women's employment in China has been trending on Weibo. The tag "according to the U.S. Labor Department, China has the most working women in the world" has garnered huge attention.

Beijing 2022 Olympic Games starts global recruitment for volunteers

The Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Olympic Games officially started its global recruitment drive for Games volunteers outside the newly completed Shougang big air venue on Thursday.
 

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