Election methods of 19th CPC National Congress approved

Election methods of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) were approved at a presidium meeting Friday afternoon.

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Chinese swimmer Ning Zetao visits UN headquarters

​Chinese champion swimmer Ning Zetao has paid a visit to the United Nations headquarters in New York. Ning met and chatted with Thomas Gass, Assistant Secretary-General for Policy Coordination and Inter-Agency Affairs.

China's after-school English lessons provider RISE debuts on Nasdaq

China's after-school English lessons provider RISE Education Cayman Ltd. made its debut on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Friday, trading under the ticker symbol of "REDU".

Xiamen city promotes green delivery ahead of online shopping bonanza

Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba's delivery arm Cainiao Network and the government of eastern China's city of Xiamen in Fujian Province announced plans to cooperate on environment-friendly delivery services Friday.

WWF publishes Shanghai urban environment nature guidebook

The World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) China on Friday published a nature guidebook based on Shanghai's urban environment.
 

China, France plan to launch first joint oceanic satellite in 2018

The first satellite jointly developed by the Chinese and French space agencies will be launched from China in the second half of 2018.

Rural delegates to CPC National Congress share experiences

The report delivered by General-Secretary Xi Jinping to the 19th CPC National Congress has highlighted the development of China's rural areas.

Foreign experts: 19th CPC congress a new starting point for China

A number of foreign officials and experts have been keeping close tabs on the ongoing 19th Congress of the Communist Party of China.

Caixin becomes the first Chinese media outlet to erect paywalls for its products

In recent years, global media sources have been under great financial pressure with the sharp drop in the revenue from the ads and charging for news products has become a popular solution.

China approves Ebola vaccine

China has approved a domestically developed Ebola vaccine, according to the China Food and Drug Administration (CFDA) Friday.

Catch a train for meals!

Every day after class, students at Shandong Jianzhu University rush to board a train that's not going anywhere! The train is actually one of the university's canteens.

Britain will honor financial commitments to EU: May

British PM Theresa May reassured her European colleagues Friday by reiterating Britain's financial commitments to the EU, urging the EU27 to give green light to the second phase of Brexit talks at an early date.

China exports drought-resistant rice farming technique

A China-developed drought-resistant rice breed and its farming method have been introduced to nine countries, mainly in southeast Asia and Africa, according to an agricultural academy in east China's Anhui Province.

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