In an exclusive interview, heads from the Wuhan Institute of Virology and its biosafety laboratory share the experiences of their frontline personnel in the fight against COVID-19 and other deadly viruses.
The COVID-19 pandemic has a significant impact on China's economy, causing a downturn but also bringing about opportunities. Here is a glimpse of how some of its sectors are affected.
A documentary that explores Dunhuang Mogao Grottoes' glorious past and present preservation efforts has been on air on China Global Television Network since May 10.
As logistics companies have returned to work and the demand for flowers has increased because of a string of upcoming holidays, this May looks set to be a bumper month for the flower industry.
As the impact of COVID-19 lingers on, there is still a long way to go for the Asia-Pacific translation and interpreting community.
Instead of concentrating on fighting against the pandemic domestically, some U.S. politicians have been fabricating preposterous allegations and pinning the blame on China, to hide their irresponsibility at home.
A hotelier told China.org.cn about how she struggles through the COVID-19 epidemic while living on Xiamen's world-famous Gulangyu Island. She later joined an alliance to offer benefits to medical workers.
On the country's Space Day, China unveiled the name of its new planetary exploration mission: "Tianwen."
During the COVID-19 epidemic in China, the country's mobile gaming industry appeared to be growing rapidly, but it also faced many hidden obstacles.
When the handle of the Big Dipper points to the southeast, it is the Beginning of Summer. This is the first solar term in summer, the seventh of the 24 solar terms.
During a think tank webinar, experts and business leaders from China and European countries stressed using multilateralism and global governance to cope with the social impact and economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Karin Vith Ankerstjerne, general manager of Innovation House China-Denmark, who had been diagnosed with COVID-19, is getting better after taking traditional Chinese medicine (TCM).
The sequel to the much applauded and ambitious food documentary "Once Upon A Bite" continues to shine a light on the stories and cultures behind mouthwatering cuisines around the world.
Faced with the COVID-19 pandemic, China and Africa are once again standing shoulder to shoulder during these difficult times.
A Chinese-Canadian filmmaker told China.org.cn that he is glad he chose to stay in China during the COVID-19 epidemic, while blasting racism against Chinese on the Western social media.