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China, Africa Continue To Expand Clean Energy Cooperation

Energy shortage has long hindered the social and economic development of Africa. In particular, power supply is a major bottleneck delaying the continent’s industrialization. According to World Bank statistics, 51.6 percent of the population in Sub-Saharan Africa did not have

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China Charts Route To Urbanization With Focus On County Towns

The General Office of the Communist Party of China Central Committee and the General Office of the State Council recently released guidelines on advancing urbanization with a focus on county towns, setting out clear targets and specific tasks for the

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Enhancing Strategic Autonomy Serves Interests Of Europe

The Russia-Ukraine conflict has broken the peace of Europe, which is a pernicious consequence of the containment strategy implemented by the U.S. and the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) toward Russia over the past decades. As a product of the

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System For Safeguarding Chinese People’s Living Standards Further Improved

By rolling out a series of policies in the interests of the people and providing them with assistance subsidies, the Chinese government has built a closely knit network for guaranteeing people’s well-being. In 2014, China’s State Council issued Interim Measures

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Farmers’ Book Houses Enriching Cultural Life Of Rural Residents In Gansu Province

After lunch, Zhao Xuecheng sneaked a break and picked up a book about the prevention of plant diseases and insect pests for vegetables. Reading or borrowing books from the local rural library, or farmers’ book house, has become habitual for

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‘Listening To Books’ Becomes Increasingly Popular In China

As audio books, podcasts, apps that provide audio content, as well as other new business models have sprung up in China, readers have embraced more possibilities. Many Chinese people now read books, take classes, enjoy TV series and socialize with

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Dujiangyan In Sichuan Intensifies Efforts To Protect Wildlife

Dujiangyan, a city in southwest China’s Sichuan Province, has boosted local tourism, due in large part to its recent efforts in protecting wildlife. The city established the Dujiangyan section of the Giant Panda National Park in 2020 by integrating its

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China Turns Sea Waters Into ‘Barns’ With Marine Ranching Complexes

Many ports in China have recently entered the peak season of fishery production.In Rongcheng, east China’s Shandong province, fishermen are putting out to sea and inshore aquatic farms getting busy. In Yuhuan of east China’s Zhejiang province, fishermen are loading

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China Benefits World With Its Own Development

China stands ready to work with the rest of the international community to engage in closer exchanges and cooperation in the public health sector, jointly tackle global threats and challenges, build a global community of health for all, and make

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Iran Responds To Planned National Referendum In Palestine

By Chika Mefor-Nwachukwu The Islamic Republic of Iran, has responded to reports of the planned national referendum in the territory of Palestine. A statement signed by Iranian Ambassador to Nigeria, Mohammed Alibak, stated that the oppressed people of Palestine have

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