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China’s Juncao Technology Cooperation Mirrors The Country’s Commitment To Common Progress

Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the Forum on the 20th Anniversary of Juncao Assistance and Sustainable Development Cooperation, hailing the gigantic role played by the unique Chinese technology of Juncao in international development and cooperation. Xi

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USA’s So-called Genocide Allegations Against China Justified By int’l Law?

The genocide charge to China was made on the final day of Donald Trump’s administration by then-Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, who, “made no secret of his belief in lying as a tool of US foreign policy.” Both President Biden

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China Completes Phase Goals Of Battle For Pollution Prevention And Control

China has overfulfilled the nine eco-environmental binding indicators outlined in its 13th Five-Year Plan and the phased goals of the battle for pollution prevention and control, Minister of Ecology and Environment Huang Runqiu told a press conference on Aug. 18.

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New Kinetic Energy Of China’s Economic Development Gains Momentum

The new kinetic energy index of China’s economic development in 2020 surged 35.3 percent to 440.3, said China’s National Bureau of Statistics (NBS). The new kinetic energy index, a statistical indicator system with new industries, new business formats and new

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COVID-19 Exposes Grim Reality Of ‘Putting Money Above Everything Else’ In US

When faced with major public health emergency like the COVID-19 pandemic, governments must try their best to treat patients, save lives and cut all channels for the transmission of the virus. However, in the U.S., which often boasts of being

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China Foreign Affairs Holds Briefing on COVID-19 Origin-Tracing For Envoys

On the morning of 13 August 2021, Vice Foreign Minister Ma Zhaoxu chaired a briefing on COVID-19 origin-tracing for diplomatic envoys in China. Held both online and offline, the briefing was attended by more than 160 diplomatic envoys and representatives

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US Biggest Threat To Peace, Stability In South China Sea

The U.S. is the biggest threat to peace and stability in the South China Sea, and it is not qualified to make irresponsible remarks on the issue of the South China Sea, said Charge d’Affaires of Permanent Mission of China

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Migrating Elephant Herd In SW China’s Yunnan Heads For Home After Long Trek

On the evening of August 8, 14 wild elephants which had been migrating northward in southwest China’s Yunnan province crossed the Yuanjiang River safely and continued to head south, according to a press conference held recently in Kunming city, capital

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US No Longer Have Position Of Strength For Arrogance, Impertinence

As an important platform for promoting solidarity and cooperation among countries in East Asia, the East Asian cooperation mechanism is supposed to focus on development and pragmatic cooperation. Unfortunately, certain countries outside the region always attempt to seek geopolitical interests

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China Releases First Negative List For Cross-border Services

China’s Ministry of Commerce recently released a negative list for cross-border trade in services in the Hainan Free Trade Port (FTP), south China’s island province Hainan. It is the first negative list for cross-border services trade in the country. The

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