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'Bird guardians' connecting man and nature
Recent news reports about Yang Meilin, a "guardian" of the silver pheasant here, have received widespread attention online.
Chengdu 2021 Universiade: An invitation to the world
This will be the third time that the Chinese mainland has hosted the Summer Universiade, and the first time an international multi-sport event has been held in western China.
'Dual circulation': A crucial step for China's economic development in new era
The new, "dual-circulation" development architecture is a roadmap for China's long-term overall economic development.
Palace Museum at 600: Old palace, new vitality
As the most important activity in a series of commemorative events, an exhibition titled "Everlasting Splendor: Six Centuries at the Forbidden City" is being held at the Palace Museum in Beijing.
UN at 75: Multilateral dialogue and win-win cooperation
This year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of the United Nations (UN). On Sept. 21, a high-level meeting was held at the UN headquarters in New York to commemorate the occasion.
500-day countdown: Progress in hosting a green 2022 Olympics
Beijing, together with co-host city Zhangjiakou, has already impressed the world with excellent progress in fulfilling the promise to host a green Olympics.
'The Three-body Problem' × Netflix: Beyond sci-fi and nations
Netflix announced plans to bring an acclaimed Chinese sci-fi trilogy "The Three-body Problem" to the small screen.
Dawn of hope: Global cooperation in COVID-19 vaccine development
China hopes to develop a safe and effective vaccine against COVID-19 as fast as possible. The country will make its vaccine a global public good, and do its utmost to improve affordability and availability of the vaccine.
Stop food waste: Changes on the dining table
"Big stomach" binge-eating livestreams have become popular around the world. But now, they are going out of fashion in China.
New school year starts amid COVID-19
With tight prevention and control measures in place, the country's schools are welcoming nearly 300 million students back onto campus.
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