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Journey for new life: The legend of Tibetan herdsmen
In Nagqu city in southwest China's Tibet autonomous region there is a township called Rungma. It is a paradise for rare wild animals like Tibetan antelopes and wild yaks.
China needs confidence and resolve in face of trade war
A trade war against China was launched by the United States as the 2018 World Cup kicked off. Two different forms of confrontation have since started.
Why Yangzhou fried rice was served at the Trump-Kim dining table?
During the Trump-Kim meeting, Yangzhou fried rice was once again chosen to represent Chinese gourmet food culture, put on display before the top American and DPRK leaders, as well as the whole world.
Qingdao: A thriving coastal city
More than 2,500 years ago, Confucius said, "What a joy to have friends coming from afar." Over the weekend, the 18th Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) Summit was held in Qingdao, located in Shandong Province where Confucius was born.
Pakistani Ambassador: Shanghai Spirit promotes SCO Charter
Pakistan's Ambassador to China, Masood Khalid, shares with us his opinions on the SCO, the mutual impact between Pakistan and the SCO, and Pakistan's future plans for the Belt and Road Initiative.
Why are Chinese cities fighting for talent?
In the past year, many large- and medium-sized Chinese cities have been engaging in a fierce "battle for talent."
Changsha committed to building national platform for culture and creativity
The International Youth Forum on Creativity and Heritage Along the Silk Road was recently held in Changsha, a city in central China.
'Avengers 3' reflects transformation of Chinese movie market
The new Disney and Marvel's superhero movie "Avengers: Infinity War" hit the Chinese mainland on May 11. Previously, it raked in US$100 million worldwide in a record 11 days.
New life in Wenchuan a decade after the 2008 earthquake
Ten years after the Wenchuan Earthquake, the area has found new life, which is reflected in each and every person across the quake-hit county.
Jessie J's win on Chinese TV show: A cultural and commercial success
Recently, British pop star Jessie J won the popular Chinese music competition show "Singer 2018," becoming the first international performer to win the televised contest in six seasons.
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