One in a Billion - Toilet Revolution

Humans have been using toilets for thousands of years. The flush toilet was invented four hundred years ago. China’s first Tourism Toilet Revolution came in 2003. 

One in a Billion - Green Commuting

Green commuting means eco-friendly traveling with less exploitation of the land and less damage to the environment. It creates a better commuting environment.

China's path to achieving its space dream

China has completed many world-renowned mega projects in the 21st century – the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics, the Qinghai-Tibet Railway, the Three Gorges Dam and more recently, its manned space program.

Complete reunification of motherland is the aspiration of all Chinese

Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan have been an integral part of China since ancient times. Realizing the complete reunification of the motherland is the aspiration shared by all the sons and daughters of China.

How China dealt with challenges on its road to reform?

China's reform has been accompanied by pain at every step, and every minute of China's advance has been beset by stormy weather.

Is the Hong Kong facemask ban a human rights violation?

A facemask ban is the latest move by the authorities in Hong Kong to deal with the violence that has rocked the city in recent months. But some people are saying the ban violates people's rights.

HK chief executive to foreigners: "Do not support protests"

Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam is calling on foreign leaders and politicians to have a clear understanding of the nature of the situation in the city and asking them not to support the protests. 

The city in turmoil

Chen Hong, one of the 270,000 people working in the tourism industry in Hong Kong, tells the situation of the city currently in turmoil.

Five questions to Hong Kong police

The Hong Kong police are in the spotlight after a rioter was shot by a police officer on Tuesday. The incident has raised concerns about whether the police used excessive force. 

Born in 1949: A Better Body, a Better Life

"I gained more than 100 trophies and over 100 medals. My love towards bodybuilding kept increasing," said Yang Xinmin, a fitness instructor who is of the first batch of Chinese people to take up bodybuilding.

Born in 1949: For the Future of Rural Kids

"As teachers in rural schools, we taught the children at school during the day, then did our own farm-work and housework after work, or on weekends," said Li Xinyun. 

Born in 1949: Empowered by Education

​"To operate a university jointly established by China and the U.S. is good for the whole world and human civilization," said Yu Lizhong, the chancellor of Shanghai New York University.

Fascinating China - Pumi people's love for music and nature

Pumi people love music and worship nature. The culture of the Pumi ethnic group has been passed down from generation to generation.

Fascinating China-Bamboo Arts and Crafts of Miao Ethnic Group

Chishui bamboo weaving technique is an art and craft of the Miao Ethnic Group, and has now become a special pillar industry to alleviate poverty for local people. 

Gelao Nuo Opera: a living fossil of Chinese opera

A people long associated with bamboo, the Gelao are one of the oldest ethnic groups in southwest China's Guizhou Province. Their Nuo Opera is an ancient form, dating back 2,000 years.

Chinese in Melbourne: Violence must stop in Hong Kong

Around 1,000 people gathered in Melbourne's downtown, most of whom supported police and condemned violence in Hong Kong.

Rap song "Hong Kong's Fall" goes viral on social media

A rap song called "Hong Kong's Fall" by Tianfu Shibian, a hip-hop band from southwest China's Sichuan Province, went viral on social media. Netizens sang high praise for the song.

HK police on airport violence: Officer drawing pistol is correct and lawful

Hong Kong police have claimed that the illegal demonstration at airport on August 13 was not “PEACEFUL” protest but instead violence, vowing to strictly enforce the law and fully investigate the illegal violent actions. 

Why people say "no" when Hillary Clinton "stands in solidarity" with others

Hillary: "May we all stand in solidarity with the people of Hong Kong..." Netizens: "No please. Last time you stand in solidarity with others -- Libya, Syria, Iraq, Yemen... all of them burned to the ground."

Hong Kong court prohibits rioters from airport

A Hong Kong court issued an interim injunction order on Wednesday, prohibiting the protesters from staying at the Hong Kong International Airport, after the aviation hub was paralyzed for two days since Monday.

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