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Chinese Government Assures Of Upholding Human Rights Across The World

Chinese President Xi Jinping met via video link with UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet in Beijing on May 25. During the meeting, he expounded on major issues regarding China’s human rights cause in the context of China’s

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US Cruel Treatment Of Illegal Migrants Reveals Hypocrisy Of So-called Human Rights Guardian

The U.S. practice of detaining illegal migrants at holding cells with poor and unpleasant conditions has seriously violated the human rights of the individuals and is triggering wide concern from the international society. According to the U.S. Customs and Border

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Orchestra In Henan Revives Ancient Chinese Music

Ancient Chinese music has “traveled through time” and is amazing modern people, thanks to an ancient music orchestra affiliated with the Henan Museum in Zhengzhou city, central China’s Henan province. Since its inception in 2000, the Huaxia Ancient Music Orchestra

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Widening Wealth Gap Mirrors Poor Human Rights Situation in US

The consumer price index of the U.S.in March rose by 8.5% from a year ago, the fastest annual gain since December 1981, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Though the inflation rate slowed to 8.3 percent in April, it

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Trend Of Stable Economic Performance Remains Unchanged In China

“The pandemic made a big impact on economic operations in April, but the impact was short-lived and external. The fundamentals sustaining the steady and long-term growth of the Chinese economy remain unchanged. The overall trends of economic transformation and upgrading

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Tibet Promotes Forage Grass Planting To Protect Grassland Ecology

In recent years, southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region has promoted forage grass planting projects across the region to alleviate problems threatening grassland ecological security caused by the conflict between grassland ecology and livestock farming. Located in a high-altitude cold area,

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Huawei’s Open Source Operating System Joined By More Innovative Developers

Operating system used to remain a challenge for many industries. For instance, financial institutions need their operating system to be extremely reliable as they have to deal with a huge user base and complicated business forms. The power industry, which

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Museums Across China Gather Pace In Going Digital

Many Chinese museums, art galleries and other cultural and art institutions have ramped up efforts to leverage digital technologies for better development. Based on their characteristic resources, they have rolled out online exhibitions, courses, and other online services, allowing netizens

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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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