The notorious self-acclaimed journalist organization Reporters Without Borders (RSF) released its annual "press freedom index" in April. Not surprisingly, this neither authoritative nor professional group, having frequently showed the public its anti-China stance, ranked China fourth from the bottom. On May 3, the 30th anniversary of World Press Freedom Day, ...
In recent years, the CPC has met increasingly hostile attacks from the West. Why did it happen? Where did the CPC's resilience come from? Global Times reporters Xie Wenting and Bai Yunyi (GT) interviewed Martin Jacques.
In Southwest China's Yunnan Province, the reservoir of Jinghong Hydropower Station sparkled with green waves merging with the blue sky of late April when diplomats from the Mekong countries paid a visit. This gave them a complete new perception of the role of the Chinese-built dams on the Lancang River, upstream of the Mekong River that links six riparian countries.
The slogan 'Sino-Russian friendship passes down from generation to generation' rang out in the square of Beijing Exhibition Centre on Sunday.
The Global Times reporter Hu Yuwei (GT) recently talked exclusively to the German-based vaccine developer BioNTech's CEO, Ugur Sahin (Sahin) who expressed his strong confidence in the marketing prospects of the vaccine in China. The approval has entered the final stage in the decision-making processes, and the co-developer's conversation with Chinese authorities is very "encouraging," said Sahin.
China has seen "hottest" holiday in the past few days since the COVID-19 pandemic happened, as tourism industry enjoyed overall prosperity during the five-day May Day holidays, showing China's achievements in tackling the pandemic and recovering the economy.
The notorious World Uyghur Congress (WUC), a self-proclaimed "grassroots human rights organization advocating for the Uygurs in China," which is actually a US-funded and directed separatist network, has recently been found to be in close contact with the separatists on the island of Taiwan.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC). The popularity of red tourism during the May Day holidays is expected to soar as many Chinese people are planning to visit red tourism attractions in the coming May Day vacation to celebrate the centenary of the CPC.
The Global Times reporters Hu Yuwei and Bai Yunyi (GT) recently interviewed the Brazilian Ambassador to China Paulo Estivallet de Mesquita (Estivallet) to review remarkable moments in their joint fight against the coronavirus.
It confuses many why environmental activities like Greta Thunberg have not spoken up about Japan's decision to dump Fukushima nuclear-contaminated wastewater. Not only is her silence "abnormal," but many other Western environmental protection organizations are also keeping their voice low.
As public trust in the Japanese government was shaken like the earthquake that hit Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant, China's top nuclear scientist joined the chorus of criticism to express deep disappointment over Japan's recent decision to dump nuclear-contaminated Fukushima wastewater into the ocean.
In Afghanistan, "the Graveyard of Empires," the US has spent nearly two decades fighting the "longest war" in its history. Now, it seems that US troops are really withdrawing. On April 14, US President Joe Biden announced the withdrawal of all American troops from Afghanistan before September 11, along with NATO troops.
As the mammoth Three Gorges project contributes hugely to China's pursuit of low-carbon development by making great use of renewable hydropower, it is trying all possible means to reduce its impact on the ecological environment - as a result, a situation is forming where most local fish and plant species are recovering and some are having a bigger population than before the project was built.
On April 15, dozens of foreign diplomats visited Yucun, a small village in East China's Zhejiang Province that is hailed as one of the most beautiful villages with its fresh air, clear rivers, lush mountains and clean streets.
The global hysteria over Bitcoin has caused concern about the connections between mining cryptocurrency and climate change. As China has become a leading miner in the world, recent research by Chinese scientists was published to remind the cost of mining Bitcoin on China's carbon reduction efforts, while some local governments have acted to tackle the mines in order to reduce the use of power in this fledgling industry.
The surface of the Yangtze, China's longest river, is still bustling, but the fishing boats have gradually disappeared. When the 10-year fishing ban began to be implemented along the Yangtze River, the "mother river" of the Chinese nation ushered in a historic opportunity for ecological restoration.
The StopAsianHate campaign triggered by the 2021 Atlanta Spa shooting finally drew public attention toward racial discrimination against Asian Americans, the so-called "silent group" always suffering from racism both in-person and online.
On the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the ping-pong diplomacy, Chinese and US veteran table tennis players recalled the memories of the visit by US table tennis players to China in 1971 and looked back to how a bouncing ball helped embark in a historical thaw among two powers that had almost zero contact during the Cold War.
As China pioneers in COVID-19 vaccine research and more than 145.4 million people in the country have received the vaccines, the first batch of volunteers, in perfect health up until now after two doses, who received the world's earliest batch in clinical trials, are demonstrating the efficacy and safety of the vaccines.
While some US political forces keep inciting hostility against China, and an inherited Sino-skepticism that has continually caused raising antagonism and discrimination against the Chinese, and by extension, other Asian communities, the Global Times found that there are many Americans turning to take off these hate-tinted glasses to discuss the Chinese government as they witnessed massive differences in people's wellbeing, security and epidemic control in the two countries.
China detailed its rich experience in poverty alleviation from the past decade with the issuance of a white paper on Tuesday to be shared and make contributions to global poverty reduction, which experts said fully demonstrates China's pursuit of common prosperity and its key factors in eradicating poverty, including the continuous and targeted poverty reduction plans implemented by the Communist Party of China.
April 4 marked the first Tomb-sweeping Day after four People's Liberation Army (PLA) soldiers were sacrificed in the China-India border clash in June 2020. Chinese people all across China paid their respects to the four martyrs by visiting their tombs, sending flowers, and even sending their favorite foods.
Since unrest in Myanmar broke out on February 1, a loose online coalition called the Milk Tea Alliance, comprising of anti-China and separatist forces, has consistently been churning out rumors about and stirring up trouble against the Chinese mainland. The Global Times discovered the forces of Taiwan island's separatist authority and its supporters loom large behind the violence and anti-China propaganda in Myanmar.
New archeological findings from ancient China's Western Zhou Dynasty (1,046 BC-771 BC) have been introduced to the public at the excavation site in Liulihe town, Fangshan district, southwestern Beijing.
The 500-meter aperture spherical radio telescope (FAST), also known as China's Tianyan or "Sky Eye," officially opened to the world on Wednesday and will accept observation applications from scientists around the world.
For her 45th birthday, British national Aimee Swann didn't expect to celebrate it while in quarantine at a hotel in Guangzhou, South China's Guangdong Province, after entering China with her two daughters, both under the age of four.
Is there a solution to the global immunization inequality? Should China and the US cooperate on promoting COVAX? Global Times reporter Xie Wenting (GT) interviewed Gargee Ghosh (Ghosh), president of Global Policy & Advocacy at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation on those topics.
The Global Times probed the "online army" group's tools and tricks in controlling public opinion online, and it found out that the departments affiliated to the DPP administration and relevant foundations are the financial supporters and "base camp" for these online "army" forces.
March 25 marks the 200th anniversary of Greek Independence Day. This year also marks the Greece-China Year of Culture and Tourism. China and Greece enjoy cordial relations which benefit both countries despite attacks from some politicians. On this special occasion, Global Times reporter Xie Wenting (GT) talked with Greek Ambassador to China Georgios Iliopoulos (Iliopoulos) on bilateral relations, the upcoming Winter Olympics, China's investment in the country, and many other topics.
The Global Times has learned that the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI), a non-governmental organization that aims to promote better standards in cotton farming, has suspended licenses to companies in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, a move that may deal a blow to related industries in the region.
A research report compiled through an in-depth investigation on ethnic minority workers from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region working in Guangdong Province was released by the Jinan University on Tuesday, which experts pointed out is the best representation to quash the "forced labor" allegations spread by the infamous anti-China pseudo-scholar Adrian Zenz.
A growing number of Chinese individuals, angry with some Western media outlets' frequent attacks on China, are standing up to fight against the Western media's propaganda war that targets China, and especially their baseless smear campaign on China's COVID-19 response as well as other internal affairs including Hong Kong and Xinjiang.
While Chinese companies have brought tangible benefits to Myanmar over recent years, the sudden political upheaval in the country since early February has cast a shadow over and brought security concerns to Chinese companies operating there. Agitated by some forces with an ulterior motive, some local radical protesters directed their anger at Chinese-funded enterprises, especially those in the garment sector, which is a pillar industry of the local economy.
Chinese and foreign experts hailed the achievement China has made in preserving Tibetan culture and poverty alleviation work in Tibet Autonomous Region at an online forum this month.
China has announced plans to further protect its citizens abroad in the COVID-19 pandemic by launching a program to have them inoculated with Chinese or foreign vaccines as much and as soon as possible, but it also faces practical challenges, such as local vaccination regulations, vaccine entry approval or even political concerns.
As the Chinese Embassy in Myanmar urged measures to stop violence and punish the perpetrators who smashed, looted and burnt Chinese-funded factories in Yangon, some "NGOs," such as the Burma Human Rights Network (BHRN), acting in the name of human rights protection and supported by Western forces, put the Chinese companies and staff in danger of violence for their political purposes.
The history of the birth and growth of the Communist Party of China (CPC) a century ago has drawn the interest of more young Chinese thanks to a growing list of recent TV series, which are adeptly produced with expert skills and vivid scripts, breaking the stereotypes of some previous patriotic work being too serious and formulaic.
Several opposition groups have announced their withdrawal from the Civil Human Rights Front in the past few days after foreign media quoted sources as saying that the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region government is investigating whether the Civil Human Rights Front has violated the national security law for Hong Kong, including whether it accepts funding from the National Endowment for Democracy (NED). If the violation of law is confirmed,the Civil Human Rights Front may be banned.
Rita Fan Hsu Lai-tai (Fan), former president of Legislative Council (LegCo) and former member of National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, was among attendees to a seminar recently held by senior central government officials on electoral reform in Hong Kong. She was also the first LegCo president since the city returned to the motherland in 1997, who has a deep understanding of the city's democratic processes. In the latest exclusive interview with the Global Times reporters Chen Qingqing and Bai Yunyi (GT), Fan shared her thoughts on why it is necessary and urgent to implement electoral reform and what's gone wrong with the current system; why the West-led attack on Hong Kong's affairs won't waver the determination of the central government. The senior Hong Kong politician also cleared up the longstanding misunderstanding surrounding the "one country, two systems" policy.
The National Endowment for Democracy (NED), a veteran anti-China foundation financed by the US government, has been discovered to have spent more than $10 million to fund secessionist organizations and subversive activities in China in 2020. In the financial statements published on NED's website in February, at least 69 programs and activities related to secessionists and anti-China forces received grants in the past year, maliciously interfering in China's internal affairs using pretexts like human rights and religious freedom.
As one of the leading COVID-19 vaccine manufacturers in China, Sinovac has expanded its annual production capacity to 2 billion doses and offered its inactivated vaccines to over 16 countries and regions. The Global Times reporters Hu Yuwei and Leng Shumei (GT) recently talked to Yin Weidong (Yin), the CEO of the Sinovac, to learn more about his views on vaccine's safety and effectiveness, amid frequently novel coronavirus mutations, and the company's moves in making the vaccine more globally accessible.
"When future historians write the chronicles of our time, a close-up story is likely to be China's targeted poverty alleviation," said Dr. Robert Lawrence Kuhn, chairman of The Kuhn Foundation and recipient of the China Reform Friendship Medal (2018), who has long been researching the poverty alleviation efforts in China.
On the seventh anniversary of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines flight MH370 falling on Wednesday, relatives of the missing Chinese passengers are planning to set up a foundation to offer rewards for continuing the search.
Monday marks International Women's Day. Nowadays in China, women can be spotted in many positions traditionally considered to be "men only," performing duties excellently while inspiring younger generations.
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) recently tried again to enhance its influence in neighboring countries, but this time it failed and was met with clear resistance. Colombo and Kathmandu have both expressed outrage and condemnation against the recent remarks made in mid-February by Biplab Kumar Deb, Chief Minister of India's Tripura state, that the ruling BJP has plans to expand the party into neighboring countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka.
The Austrian scholar Otto Kolbl co-penned Learning from Wuhan - there is no Alternative to the Containment of COVID-19 with a German scholar last March, calling upon European countries to learn from China's measures to contain the COVID-19 epidemic.
Tired and depressed after a long day's work, a man sits down and asks his smart stereo to play a song. The stereo immediately recognizes his emotional state and plays him a cheerful tune. In the beautiful melody, the man is slowly rejuvenated, and his mood gradually improves.
Anti-China media outlets and certain NGOs are colluding with secessionist forces to foment a "rumor mill" against China. Within this enormous "mill," some NGOs claiming to be independent organizations often serve as "research institutes" to manufacture and spread rumors, with their so-called research findings being amplified in some Western media outlets. The Human Rights Watch, an organization that originated in the period during the Cold War, is one typical example.
While its own people in Texas are in dire straits amid an electricity-related crisis, the US has turned its attention to the Mekong water resource issue, while turning a blind eye to China's efforts to resolve the problems.
As the Trump administration has left, Joe Biden is busy "sterilizing" the White House. Meanwhile the sinister slander alleging "genocide" released by Pompeo, the clown of the century, before losing his job, lives on. .
When the gallant deeds of PLA martyr Xiao Siyuan was reported by the media, after the 24-year-old soldier sacrificed his life to safeguard the Chinese territory in the Galwan Valley skirmish with India in June 2020, a lot of people were moved, especially when they found that Xiao had been using an image from patriotic cartoon Year Hare Affair as his WeChat profile photo.
On Chinese New Year's Eve, Gou Jinbo, who was spearheading the Chinese scientific team in Pakistan for the COVID-19 vaccine Phase III clinical trials, scoffed up a few dumplings and rushed back to the clinical trial site.
Turning back the clock to exactly one year ago - the city of Wuhan, Central China's Hubei Province, was badly hit by an unknown contagious virus. The city went into a historic lockdown on January 23, 2020.
The Xinfadi wholesale market, the epicenter of the COVID-19 outbreak in Beijing six months ago, has now entered "Spring Festival time," with more than 5,000 merchants choosing to remain open during Lunar New Year to ensure the city's supplies of agricultural and sideline products during the holidays.
Over the decades, China has made great efforts to provide care to Muslim citizens and ensure their normal needs are met. However, some hostile forces in the West have used every means to smear China's efforts in protecting Muslims and kept making groundless accusations including accusing China of infringing on Muslims' religious freedom. What's the real situation of Muslims in China? What does the government do to protect and improve their life? How is the sinicization of Islam going? Global Times reporters Xie Wenting (GT) interviewed Yang Faming (Yang), president of the China Islamic Associationto find answers.
US social audio app Clubhouse seems to have attracted more Chinese users in recent days, with many going there for discussions on a wide range of topics. But unlike some media reports on Chinese users seeing the app as “free speech heaven” for political topics, many said they view Clubhouse as a platform to exchange ideas and dislike the idea of politicizing it.
Holding high placards with slogans including "wage theft is a type of discrimination" and "modern slavery," dozens of protesters crowded outside a Chinese-owned milk tea shop in local Chinatown of South Australia's Adelaide on Saturday.
BBC dramas, such as Sherlock, Merlin and Doctor Who, are widely known in China for its whimsical plot. But it may be the BBC journalists who are more imaginative than BBC screenwriter Steven Moffat.
Maxime Vivas is a French writer and journalist. Based on his two visits to Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in 2016 and 2018, he wrote a book titled Ou?ghours, pour en finir avec les fake news (Uygurs, to put an end to the fake news), in which he described his observations regarding Xinjiang's anti-terrorism efforts and the region's development, and analyzed the relations that the US National Endowment Democracy has with the separatist organization the World Uyghur Congress and some nongovernmental organizations like Human Rights Watch. He shone light on how these organizations colluded in concocting and spreading "genocide" accusations against China's Xinjiang. The book was published late last year in French.
Serbia recently became the first European country to approve the use of Chinese-developed COVID-19 vaccines during the pandemic, with Serbian scholars saying Beijing is Belgrade's most significant friend in dealing with the pandemic. With eight land neighbors, Serbia is called the crossroad of Europe. No matter it is learning anti-virus experience from China or taking part in the Belt and Road Initiative, the Balkan country's ties with China have drawn great attention in the world in recent years.
Experts and couples reached by the Global Times appealed for more considerate marriage counseling services during the month-long cooling-off period and wondered whether the length of cooling-off period can be chosen by couples according to their actual marriage situation.
"When we conduct nucleic acid tests on chickens, we need one person to pinch the beak and the other to reach into the chicken's throat with a cotton swab. Pigs are the most difficult animal to test, requiring three or four people to control their huge bodies and stick cotton swabs into their nostrils when they aren't looking," a member of staff engaged in animal health supervision surnamed Chen told the Global Times.
The popular conspiracy theory that mobile phones are secretly listening to our conversations is probably false, Chinese technology industry insiders told the Global Times.
On January 24, Egypt started its large-scale immunization program with the Chinese Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine, becoming one of the first countries in Africa to vaccinate its citizens. Egypt received the Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine last December through the United Arab Emirates (UAE). On January 20, Seychelles, an African island nation with a population of less than 100,000, became the first to get vaccinated with the country receiving 50,000 doses of the Sinopharm vaccine from the UAE late last year.
Thursday is the first day of chunyun, or the Spring Festival travel rush, which is often described as the "world's largest annual human migration." But this year, the usual crowded scenes in railway stations and airports are missing due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Global Times reporter Xie Wenting talked with Turkish Ambassador to China Abdulkadir Emin Önen.
What are the approval criteria for COVID-19 vaccines in China? Are Chinese vaccines still effective against mutant strains? How to view compliment, doubt and smearing over the safety and efficacy of China's vaccines?
China and the US saw sanctions to each other during the Trump administration with the bilateral ties hitting the low ebb, especially in the past two years, affecting cooperation and exchanges in many areas between the two countries. However, some international non-governmental organizations, including those with the US backgrounds, told the Global Times that their normal work in China in environmental protection area was not disrupted by global politics.
Since the initial site selection of a hydraulic project for Poyang Lake - one of China's largest freshwater lakes in the Yangtze River basin - was made public earlier this month, environmental volunteer Liu Huili and her coworkers have been trying hard to persuade the government to give up the idea.
Since China officially kicked off mass vaccination on December 15, 2020, more than 15 million people have been vaccinated as of Wednesday, according to a national health official. Chinese vaccines have also been purchased and used by more than 20 foreign countries. However, along with recognition and praise, doubts and smears over safety and efficacy of China's vaccines have never stopped. Are Chinese vaccines really not as good as foreign ones? Feng Duojia (Feng), president of the China Vaccine Industry Association, received an exclusive interview with the Global Times reporters Leng Shumei and Zhang Han (GT) on Wednesday.
Though for different reasons, these people are pioneers who dare to take the first step of cryopreservation, which is still surrounded by great controversies and suspicions.
While surrogacy services continued throughout the pandemic, the virus did bring about risks and even tragedy. Media reported that some babies born to surrogate mothers have been left stranded overseas due to lockdown measures.
As dozens of Chinese cities are fighting sporadic COVID-19 outbreaks, with a number of cities conducting mass tests on all their residents in a very short time, several sudden deaths of anti-epidemic officials and volunteers have aroused concern about the physical and mental stress on frontline epidemic prevention workers.
Indonesian Ambassador to China Djauhari Oratmangun (Oratmangun) pinned hopes on Chinese-developed COVID-19 vaccines in a latest exclusive interview with the Global Times reporter Hu Yuwei (GT).
How does he evaluate the role the CPC has played in China's development? Why some Western countries keep making accusations against China?
A South Korean "old China hand" scholar said on a variety show that China's May Fourth Movement was inspired by the March First Movement in Korea, causing a storm of anger among Chinese netizens.
Twenty years ago, many young people in China who were first exposed to Western culture thought rebelling against traditional Chinese culture and mimicking foreign culture was fashionable and trendy. But this view is outdated for Generation Z today – a generation who grew up with China's rapid development – who now redefines what trendy is by promoting local culture while having an objective view of exotic cultural products.
China has announced its goal to meet its carbon emissions peak before 2030 and realize carbon neutrality by 2060. While such ambition is welcomed by the world, it has brought extra pressure, especially for China's state-owned companies, which will carry a burden for heavily emitting industries that matter to the country's functioning.
Why has the West misunderstood and showed bias toward China's political system and economic development?
While the capital is shivering amid a record-breaking winter cold and most people are reluctant to step out of their warm rooms, a group of emergency medical staff are on high alert, guarding the city during the night and rushing to their destination whenever the phone rings.
The 2021 Spring Festival travel season will begin on January 28 and end on March 8. During the 40 days, China's national railways are expected to carry 407 million passenger trips, with an average of 10.18 million passenger trips per day.
The Pangong Tso lake, located at the junction of China and India in Ali prefecture of Southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region, is a paradise for migratory birds - every year, thousands of birds fly here to build nests and lay eggs, breed and roost.
India has not only threatened the peace and stability in the region around Pangong Tso Lake by inciting frequent tussles along the lakeshore, it is also threatening the unique ecosystem of the high-altitude, 134 kilometer-long lake that forms part of the border between China and India.
With the COVID-19 vaccine being rolled out among high-risk groups in China, some foreigners living in the country covet for a dose to ensure they are not left out of the immunization plan.
Daisy Liu (pseudonym), a senior executive at China's e-commerce giant Pinduoduo, said she feels sorry for the recent sudden death of a 23-year-old employee working late at her company.
The recent sudden death of a 23-year-old employee at China's e-commerce giant Pinduoduo has triggered vigorous public discussion about and condemnation of the overwork culture in China's tech industry. How serious is overtime issue at the internet companies? Suffering from the violation of labor rights and interests, why young people still make efforts to stay in the internet industry? Global Times reporters Li Qiao and Huang Lanlan reached internet industry employees of top Chinese tech companies and foreign tech companies in China to learn about the true working conditions in different types of internet enterprises.
The US House of Representatives approved decriminalizing marijuana at the federal level for the first time in December, the deadliest month for COVID-19 patients since the virus outbreak. While there is, unfortunately, no end in sight to the pandemic, the legalization of marijuana is definitely in sight - the US is rushing to put it on schedule, particularly after Joe Biden's election as president.
With China's first domestically produced COVID-19 vaccine getting conditional approval for general use, local health systems throughout China have unveiled public vaccination campaigns starting with the high-risk groups, aiming to administer shots to millions of people before the travel rush of Spring Festival holidays.
It is well-known that the reincarnation of the living Buddhas is by no means a purely religious affair.
China's full-fledged poverty reduction campaign created a world miracle which has not only benefited millions of Chinese people, but also exerted a positive influence on other developing countries, as many have either received support or taken reference from China's successful practices.
The chaotic and eventful 2020 is finally nearing its end. But the heavy memories of the year, which saw an enormous loss of precious lives due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will stay with us forever. Despite struggles and hardship, we also witnessed signs of hope, elevated humanity and selfless sacrifices from our frontline medical workers around the world in the battle against the merciless COVID-19 pandemic. What touched these medical workers most in 2020? What are their expectations for 2021? Global Times reporters Lin Xiaoyi and Li Qiao talked to some medical workers who are still fighting on the frontlines in China, the US, the UK and Equatorial Guinea for our year-end recap.
Southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region has started COVID-19 emergency vaccination for key population, the authority said on Monday. So far, 10,000 people among the first batch have received the vaccines.
As the COVID-19 pandemic rages across the world, vaccines have become a life-saving straw that many people are eager to grasp. But at the moment, the availability is limited and the first batches are earmarked for those in the most urgent need, such as medical staff and senior citizens.
Fang and his Vietnamese wife live in a village in East China's Jiangxi Province. He drives a taxi in another county and only returns to his village on weekends. Even after five years of marriage, she's not entitled to hold a job. She passes the lonely weekdays tending the family's farm.
Cases of people coming to China with forged COVID-19 test reports have occasionally happened this year, inconveniencing China's epidemic prevention and control work. In the face of sporadic imported positive cases, Chinese authorities have recently tightened requirements for passengers flying in from several countries and regions including the US and the UK, where the pandemic remains serious or is worsening.
The Global Times interviewed several foreigners from different countries and churches living in China. Some of them have been living in the country for decades and consider themselves as "locals," and some are stuck here alone due to travel restrictions. They have different plans for this special Christmas. At the end of the year, they would like to share their experiences in China and what the holiday means to them.
The development of e-commerce is injecting vitality into China's poverty reduction and rural revitalization efforts. Enterprises and the government are working together, dynamically integrating technology, education and employment through customer service phone calls and logistics express orders, allowing more people to connect with the digital age.
Zhugou village is a community in Queshan county, Central China's Henan Province, known as the world's “factory of violins.” For every 10 hand-made violins sold around the world, nine are made in Queshan.
The Global Times reporters on Sunday visited the COVID-19 vaccine Beijing manufacturing plant of leading Chinese vaccine producer Sinovac to see how vaccines go through a complex packaging process - from vaccine bulk grouting to packaging - before they are shipped to vaccination sites around the world.
It seemed the development of Dadiba village had no solution, but the past years proves another story.
Every year, tens of thousands of people visit the county-level city, a sacred place in China's history of revolution in modern history, to trace and worship the Jinggangshan spirit - "overcoming difficulties with hard work and relying on the masses for victory."
A complaint made by Hong Kong Professional Teachers' Union (HKPTU) against a China Central Television (CCTV) program was rejected by the Hong Kong Communications Authority (CA) on Tuesday.