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Strengthening people's rights: China enters new era with Civil Code
On May 28th, China's first Civil Code was enacted at the annual session of the National People's Congress.
Hong Kong: No double standard in safeguarding national security
The draft decision of the NPC aims at closing Hong Kong's legal loopholes in an effort to better safeguard national security.
Buy, buy, buy: Online shopping boosts enthusiasm of Chinese consumers
Recently, the Shanghai government launched the "May 5th Shopping Festival," a new large-scale campaign aimed at boosting consumption.
Seed of hope: COVID-19 vaccine trials begin
China has commenced a Phase I clinical trial for a COVID-19 vaccine, with volunteers receiving it on March 16.
Individual meals and serving chopsticks: Changing dining table habits
Recently, cities in China such as Beijing and Shanghai have been encouraging the use of serving chopsticks, and proposing individually served meals instead of communal dishes. Taizhou city in Jiangsu province has also introduced the country's first document at the local level on standards for the use of serving utensils.
Great and beautiful: Zhang Weili defends UFC title
Zhang Weili stunned the world last year with a 42-second TKO, rewriting the history book on Chinese fighters at the UFC. This year on local time March 7, Zhang successfully defended her UFC strawweight title in Las Vegas with a split-decision victory over former champion Joanna Jedrzejczyk who previously held the belt for over two years.
'Contactless education' spurs on online learning amid outbreak
Due to the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), China postponed the start of the spring semester for all schools. As such, classes have continued across the country by going "contactless."
China goes all out to combat coronavirus outbreak
Spring Festival, the most important traditional holiday in China, is normally a time of celebration with families reunion and friends gathering. But this year, the festive season has become rather subdued due to the Novel Coronavirus.
Behind the most-watched program in the world
A time span up to 5 hours, over 1, 500 performers, and more than a billion audience, all these records are set by one single event – China's Spring Festival Gala, or locally known as "Chunwan."
Space mission names embody Chinese romanticism
Over the past few months, China's aerospace industry has witnessed many landmark events.
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