GT Podcast with Mulan: 2 surviving fishermen return to mainland after fatal incident; Record spending data brighten economic outlook
Published: Feb 23, 2024 05:38 PM
GT Podcast with Mulan

From the Global Times, I'm Mulan. Welcome to the GT Podcast with Mulan - a one-stop shop for the Global Times' take on top China and global news.

In today's podcast:

The two surviving fishermen of a fatal incident caused when their vessel capsized after being chased near Kinmen Island returned to the Chinese mainland on Tuesday, the DPP authorities are urged to respect the lives and property of mainland fishermen with concrete actions. 

China reported record-high figures for domestic travel and spending during the just-concluded Chinese Lunar New Year holidays, further indicating that recovery in consumption is picking up pace.

In an interview with the Global Times, a Pulitzer Prize-winning US journalist lambasted Washington for starting and sustaining the Russia-Ukraine conflict. 

In Global Times reporters' "Hometown Diary" series, a Global Times reporter observed how East China's Shandong strikes a balance between tradition and modernity amid intense population mobility.

During the Spring Festival holidays, Yingge dance, a traditional Chinese cultural form, has once again garnered widespread attention, winning the hearts of fans overseas as well as the younger generations in China