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Chinese sci-fi doesn't end with 'Shanghai Fortress'
China's sci-fi filmmaking odyssey will continue despite colossal flop of the recently-released "Shanghai Fortress."
Industrial park boosts Sino-Nepalese economic cooperation
A Nepal-China Industrial Park, just getting off the ground, will go a long way towards promoting trade, investment, technological and skill transfer and economic cooperation between the two neighbors.
Shanghai FTZ's new area pioneers further opening up
The ambitious development plan of the Lingang New Area in Shanghai is a major step forward in China's opening up strategy, but it needs to be handled well in many aspects to achieve the best results.
How will 5G change the world?
The arrival of 5G technology is hard to ignore, and with good reason, as it's going to transform our lives in so many ways, some of them still hard to imagine.
Trump finds it hard to get his way
President Donald Trump's bullying policy to get his way with Iran has proved a total failure, and has only raised the prospect for a war the world can ill afford.
Continuous upgrades boost China's healthcare services
Chinese healthcare services are rapidly improving and the advances are being shared with the rest of the world.
China shows the way on environmental protection
China is on the right path towards exceeding its U.N.-set climate protection targets, which is beneficial not just for itself but also for the whole planet.
Crisis for middle-aged Chinese actresses
It is indeed a difficult time for many Chinese actresses as they no longer have the same chances as before to gain leading roles in films and TV dramas in recent years.
Mali optimistic about strong development through the BRI
Mali is the latest country to join the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), providing it with a great opportunity to overcome the difficulties that have held back its economic development.
Naval protection of oil tankers in the Gulf a risky business
The growing international naval presence in the Gulf to protect shipping might deter Iran as intended, but could easily backfire.
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