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Asia and the Lights of Civilization: Episode 2

"Asia and the Lights of civilization" is a new documentary that showcases the evolution of Asian civilizations from the perspective of mankind's development. 

"Slow Slow Tune, Salute Civilization" showcases Asia's vibrant diversity

"Slow Slow Tune, Salute Civilization", a short film released in celebration of the Conference on Dialogue of Asian Civilization, highlights the region's diverse cultures and rich history.

Asia and the Lights of Civilization: Episode 1

"Asia and the Lights of civilization" is a new documentary that showcases the evolution of Asian civilizations from the perspective of mankind's development. 

South African Students in China - Episode 1

This series tells the stories of South African students who came to China with different aims and aspirations, but who share a desire to explore a country rich in opportunities. 

Chinese, Russian marines conduct joint vessel inspection drill

Chinese and Russian marines have conducted a joint vessel inspection drill as part of a joint naval exercise.

Chinese, Russian naval vessels complete rocket and artillery drills

Chinese and Russian naval vessels participated in rocket and artillery drills during a joint naval exercise which ran from April 29 to May 4, 2019.

Chinese, Russian marines compete in steeplechase

Chinese and Russian marines have competed in steeplechase in Qingdao as part of a joint naval exercise.

Chinese, Russian marines in live-fire competition

Chinese and Russian marines have taken part in a light weapons live-fire competition in Qingdao as part of a joint naval exercise.

Russian fleet arrives for joint naval exercise

A Russian naval fleet has arrived in Qingdao for a joint naval exercise with the Chinese Navy, with the exercise due to run until May 4th.

Racing Toward A Brighter Future ---- The Imperfect Perfection

You can do it! Shan Liuyou, 26, lost part of his right arm, but did not lose hope. "The work people do with two hands, I can complete with one", he said.

The train to spring

A train winding its way through blooming peach trees in the Beijing suburbs has been dubbed "the train to spring" by netizens.

"Hello, kids from the star" – greetings from space to autistic children

To mark World Autism Awareness Day, China's "Ladybeetle -1" satellite transmitted Morse code saying "Hello kids from the star," showing love to autistic children.

Kuaishou launches intangible cultural heritage incubation program

The video streaming platform Kuaishou launched its Intangible Cultural Heritage Incubation Program in Beijing on Wednesday. 

CGTN finds Mihrigul Tursun's claims to be false

A CGTN journalist has found that none of what Mihrigul Turson claimed in a recent CNN interview about the experience of her and her family in Xinjiang was true.

A look at vocational education and training programs in Xinjiang

Vocational education and training programs are one of the ways that China is combating the scourge of extremist ideology in Xinjiang. 

Accompanying with Love - Up close with CPPCC member Zhou Ye

Zhou Ye is engaged in education for the hearing impaired. She represents two groups of people: special education teachers as well as people with disabilities. She is a CPPCC National Committee member.

Seeking light for the blind - Up close with CPPCC member Yang Jia

Professor Yang Jia was the first blind person from outside the United States to be awarded a Master's in Public Administration from Harvard University. She went on to become a member of the CPPCC.

The birth of butterfly, up close with a CPPCC member

Tai Lihua, an internationally acclaimed dancer who has a hearing and speech impairment, is the director of the China Disabled People's Performing Art Troupe and a member of the CPPCC, China's top political advisory body.
 

Forbidden City lit up for Lantern Festival

Beijing's Palace Museum, better known as the Forbidden City, was lit up on Tuesday night for the first time in 94 years since its opening to the public.

Away from home, at home (IV)

Nong Gandong, a postgraduate student majoring in traditional Chinese painting, will spend this year's Spring Festival holiday in Tianjin preparing for his mid-term exhibition instead of going home for a family reunion.

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