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  • Across China: Chinese researchers enhance agricultural cooperation with Pakistan

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, 57-year-old Long Ruijun, a professor at Lanzhou University in northwest China's Gansu Province, turned to online lectures to help old friends in Pakistan fight energy and food shortages.


  • China will take countermeasures against foreign bullying: spokesperson

    A Chinese government spokesperson on Saturday said that any bullying sanction will meet harsh countermeasures.


  • Xinhua Commentary: Washington's sincerity essential for meaningful talks with Beijing

    U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Wendy Sherman is traveling to China for a two-day visit starting on Sunday, during which she is scheduled to meet with senior Chinese diplomats in the Chinese coastal city of Tianjin.


  • World Insights: Chinese vaccines play vital role in Thailand's battle against COVID-19

    In Thailand's fight against the coronavirus and its variants, Chinese vaccines have played a vital role in inoculating its people, with millions having received either a Sinovac or Sinopharm jab.


  • Trade between Nepal and China grows despite COVID-19

    Trade between Nepal and China grew by over 28 percent in the 2020-21 fiscal year that ended in mid-July despite the raging COVID-19 pandemic, showed the latest figures released by the Nepali Department of Customs.


  • Positive views on China's handling of COVID-19 expand among advanced economies: survey

    Views on China's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic have improved precipitously among advanced economies, according to a recent survey by U.S. polling organization Pew Research Center.


  • Berkshire's Munger says China's shutting down during COVID-19 exactly right: media

    Berkshire Hathaway Vice Chairman Charlie Munger said in an interview on CNBC that China's shutting down the country during the COVID-19 pandemic turned out to be exactly the right thing to do, Singapore's Lianhe Zaobao reported last Wednesday.


  • New batch of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines arrive in Thailand

    A new batch of China's Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccines arrived in the Thai capital of Bangkok on Sunday, giving support to the Southeast Asian country's battle against its worst wave of outbreak of the pandemic so far.


  • Interview: Greece's fish producers eyeing Chinese market

    Four decades after the introduction of aquaculture in Greece, the country is now a market leader in fish farming in the European Union (EU).


  • Silk Road Week opens in east China

    The 2021 Silk Road Week started Friday in Hangzhou, capital of east China's Zhejiang Province, as part of efforts to showcase the cultural heritage of the ancient trade route.


  • Interview: CPC enables China to make remarkable development leaps, says French party leader

    Committed to promoting the well-being of the people, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has enabled China to make remarkable leaps in its development, a senior official of the French Communist Party (PCF) has said in a recent interview with Xinhua.


  • Economic Watch: BiH dairy producers look forward to entering Chinese market

    Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) is looking forward to exporting its dairy products to China, the country's Minister of Foreign Trade and Economic Relations Stasa Kosarac has said.


  • Beijing to host 2nd UN Global Sustainable Transport Conference in October

    The second United Nations (UN) Global Sustainable Transport Conference will take place from October 14 to 16 in Beijing, the organizers announced Friday.


  • APEC members should safeguard multilateral trading system: Chinese minister

    Amid the pandemic shock, members of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) should safeguard the multilateral trading system and strive to build an Asia-Pacific community with a shared future, China's Commerce Minister Wang Wentao said Saturday.


  • Interview: Liechtenstein aims to strengthen ties with China -- PM

    Liechtenstein's newly elected Prime Minister Daniel Risch vowed to carry out more bilateral exchanges and economic cooperation between the principality and China.


  • U.S. should not decry China for lending to BRI countries: media

    The United States should not decry China for lending to countries involved in the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and should instead extend infrastructure lending to poor countries, according to The Diplomat magazine.


  • Feature: China supports development of Cuba's digital TV platform

    Lazaro Campos, who works as a supervisor at Havana-based Camilo Cienfuegos electronics company, has changed his daily routine over the past few weeks as the island started manufacturing set-top boxes to meet local demand.


  • Deals worth over 350 bln yuan signed at Western China trade fair

    A total of 359 deals worth 357.8 billion yuan (about 55.6 billion U.S. dollars) were signed at the third Western China International Fair for Investment and Trade, which concluded on Sunday.


  • Feature: 50 years on, Ping-Pong Diplomacy still elevates China-US ties

    World champion Liang Geliang had probably not expected that 50 years after "Ping-Pong Diplomacy" occurred, he and American counterpart Judy Hoarfrost would be able to play a table tennis game over 10,000 kilometers apart.


  • Feature: China-backed solar park helps Argentina fight poverty

    The world's highest-altitude solar park, built with Chinese financing and technology, has energized the fight against poverty in the remote corner of the town of Cauchari in Argentina's northernmost Jujuy province. The Cauchari Solar Park, one of the larg


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