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G20 summit: Anticipation and challenge
The 13th G20 summit is being held in Buenos Aires, capital of Argentina, from Nov. 30 to Dec. 1, the first time for a South American country to host it.
CIIE shows both China's charm and sense of responsibility
The China International Import Expo (CIIE) is currently underway in Shanghai. Its most distinctive feature is that it is the first State-level exhibition in the world promoting imports.
Farewell to legendary martial arts novelist Louis Cha
Legendary martial arts novelist Louis Cha, writing under the pen name of Jin Yong, died at the age of 94 on Oct. 30 in Hong Kong, sparking an outpouring of grief on the Internet and social media.
3 'coincidences' in Abe's China visit
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's recent visit to China will steer bilateral ties onto a path of sound cooperative development, as the two countries work together toward greater contributions to Asia and the world.
Confucianism still relevant in today's world
Sept. 28 marks 2,569 years since the birth of Confucius, who is known as the "great sage and teacher" in China.
Farmers' harvest festival highlights agricultural tradition, boosts rural economy

The Chinese Farmers' Harvest Festival is the first of its kind in China, and will be celebrated annually on the autumn equinox as calculated under the Chinese lunar calendar, usually around Sept. 23.

Pudong New Area: Institutional changes are the real miracle
In 1990, when the Chinese government decided to establish a new area in Pudong, the regional annual GDP was only six billion yuan. Last year, the figure had increased by 160 times to nearly 965.14 billion yuan.
Why China and Africa have a shared future?
The 2018 Beijing Summit of the Forum on China-Africa Cooperation (FOCAC) convened on Sept. 3 and 4 in Beijing.
Secret of China's fast development
Professor Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, chairman and founder of Warwick Manufacturing Group, shares his opinion on China's reform and opening up.
In a changing climate progress in China remains stable
Since the trade war has started and continues to escalate, there is no way to turn back. The most important thing for China is to focus on its own affairs.
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