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February-26-2021
Chinese dance show recreates glamour of Tang Dynasty
During Chinese Lunar New Year holiday, dance show "Night Banquet in the Tang Dynasty Palace" went viral on Chinese social media.
February-4-2021
Urge Chinese to eat less meat to 'change the world'? Stop passing the buck
In light of eating habits and spending power, people in China don't eat meat every day or every single meal.
January-28-2021
From farm to table: Smart tech breathes new life into traditional businesses in China
From restaurants staffed by robots to unmanned farms, new tech is gradually changing Chinese people's lives for the better.
January-21-2021
Seize the opportunity to reshape China-US relations
After U.S.President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration, it is expected that the Sino-U.S. relationship will see some improvements.
January-8-2021
Senior-friendly apps: Making technology more accessible
Starting this January, many popular Chinese apps and websites such as WeChat, Taobao and Douyin will be redesigned to make them more senior-friendly.
December-17-2020
Cross out the bane of 2020
On the cover of its Dec. 14 issue, TIME Magazine crossed out a bold "2020" with a big red "X," declaring the year to be "the worst year ever."
December-10-2020
'Bird guardians' connecting man and nature
Recent news reports about Yang Meilin, a "guardian" of the silver pheasant here, have received widespread attention online.
November-17-2020
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.
October-30-2020
'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.
October-16-2020
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.
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