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It's time to heed the voice of the youth
As the first social generation to have grown up having access to the internet and portable digital technology, Gen Z has been dubbed "digital natives" and accounts for about 24 percent of the world's population.
Why footfalls are falling at cinemas nationwide
Of bigger concern for cinemas is the fact that they may not see a reversal of the trend of declining numbers of cinemagoers, accelerated by the pandemic, in the post-pandemic era.
Overseas students' hard journey home to get jobs
The education authorities have taken an approach to encourage students to make their own decisions to study or work at home or abroad.
Beijing's parks a window into everyday life
Beijing is a city of parks. Some of the larger ones were once dynastic royal gardens; others were altars where annual ceremonies were once held.
Sharing is part of Chinese culture since ancient times
After visiting many kingdoms to study Chinese society, the ancient philosopher Confucius concluded that the Chinese "people don't worry about poverty, but rather about the uneven distribution of wealth".
A new stage for family education
The Family Education Promotion Law, which came into effect on Jan. 1, outlines how the priority of family education is to ensure the physical and mental health of minors.
TCM set to play a more crucial role in ensuring global public health
With its unique effectiveness being recognized around the world, traditional Chinese medicine is gradually winning global support and respect.
Spring Festival embraces smart, green travel rush
Road, rail, air and water transport accounted for about 130 million person trips during the Spring Festival holiday from Jan 31 to Feb 6-an increase of 31.7 percent year-on-year.
Double celebration of Spring Festival, Winter Olympics brings China closer to world
"Together for a Shared Future," the official motto for Beijing 2022, perfectly summarizes the common pursuit embedded in the Chinese and the Olympic culture.
Please stay happy if you stay put during holiday
In fact, if they try, people can celebrate Spring Festival in the city where they work with as much verve and enthusiasm as they did in their hometowns.
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