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Chinese FM Wang Yi concludes visit to five African nations

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Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi is due to conclude on Saturday his visit to five African nations, namely Nigeria, the Democratic...
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3rd CIIE to inject impetus into global economy

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by Xinhua writers Zhou Rui, Ma Yujie and Hu Wenjia Preparations are in full swing for the third China International Import Expo...
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Urgency mounts on Africa to fast-track AfCFTA to counter tough times

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by Xinhua Writers Ding Lei, Bedah Mengo The implementation of the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) could catalyze development and growth of Africa, and...
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By banning Huawei, Britain chooses to go against global 5G trend

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by Xinhua writers Zhang Jiawei, Liu Fang, Ren Ke, Zhang Yirong Despite the risk of delaying 5G rollout and costing billions of pounds, the British...
Members of a Chinese medical team visit Mvurwi Hospital in Mvurwi, Zimbabwe, May 19, 2020. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuliang)

Solidarity in fighting coronavirus brings China, Africa closer

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In face of the deadly coronavirus that has been raging across the world for months, China and Africa have been supporting and helping each...
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“Never give up on any patient”: a nurse’s fight against coronavirus

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by Xinhua writers Lyu Qiuping, Lu Youyi Xie Zerong finally had her hair done, turning her straight dark hair into wavy brown...
Photo taken on March 20, 2020 shows an empty street in San Francisco, California, the United States. California Governor Gavin Newsom announced Thursday evening a statewide stay-at-home order for the most populous U.S. state in response to the rapid spread of COVID-19. Newsom asked all nearly 40 million Californians to stay home unless it is absolutely necessary to head out. (Xinhua/Wu Xiaoling)

Obscured picture of U.S. pandemic situation should be cleared

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By Xinhua writers Li Rong, Zhang Xin, The timeline of coronavirus infection in the United States was extended as the new information...
An ambulance drives on the street of Xiaogan, central China's Hubei Province, Feb. 15, 2020. Xiaogan witnessed a snowfall on Saturday as people around the city still fight in the battle against the novel coronavirus. (Xinhua/Hu Huhu)

45 days in an ambulance

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by Xinhua writers Lyu Qiuping, Shi Linjing In seven weeks, Qiao Wuying, 51, made the first phone call to his mother. ...
Five hundred automobiles manufactured by a Chinese carmaker are about to be shipped to the Netherlands at a dock of Lianyungang port, east China’s Jiangsu province, Feb. 3, 2020. Photo by Wang Chun, People’s Daily Online

UK auto industry foresees huge cooperation potential with China in post-Brexit

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by Xinhua writers Yu Jiaxin, Jin Jing China is an important market and the British auto industry foresees big cooperation potential with...
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Locust outbreak threatens food security in East Africa, international response urged

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by Xinhua writers Bai Lin, Bedah Mengo The locust outbreak plaguing East Africa calls for a concerted international response as the most dreaded insects...
Chinese shoppers in the Akihabara electronics shopping district in Tokyo. (Source: China Daily)

Taking the Lead for the Chinese Dream

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At the "two sessions" -- a key annual event on China's political calendar, an even more detailed road-map for achieving the Chinese Dream of...
Workers carry out welding production at FAW-Volkswagen's new Audi Q plant in Changchun, northeast China's Jilin Province, March 29, 2018. (Xinhua/Xu Chang)

China to open a new chapter through its foreign investment law

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With a new draft foreign investment law submitted to national lawmakers for a third reading, China is a big step closer to adopting a...
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Into the heart of the glacier

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For most of his career, Yao Tandong has led researchers to drill into the heart of glaciers on the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau to collect ice...
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From serf’s son to political advisor

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Political advisor Thubten Khedrup is confident about his proposals to be submitted on the ongoing annual "two sessions" in Beijing. "Almost all of my proposals...

Chinese village doctor charging just 1 yuan since 1983

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How valuable is a yuan (14 U.S. cents) in today's China? Perhaps half a bottle of water, one-tenth of a McDonald's cheeseburger, or one-hundredth...
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U.S. Government Shutdown Eats Across Country

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The U.S. government shutdown, which affected a quarter of federal agencies, stretched into the 22nd day on Saturday, eclipsing all the previous 20 such...
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World Bank Must Not Follow in the Old Ways in Selecting a New President

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As the World Bank awaits a successor for outgoing president Jim Yong Kim, it faces an opportunity to select a globally recognized leader based...
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What the World Saw in the Irritating Xiplomacy in 2018

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The year 2018 was destined to be extraordinary, as it marked a decade after the bitter global financial crisis swept the world and a...
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British chemist’s experiments attracts over 2 million followers

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A white-bearded British chemist became an overnight celebrity on China's social media. In just a few months, his chemistry experiments have attracted over two...

China’s pioneer in greenhouse vegetable farming

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With digging machines roaring and walls being built brick by brick, a new generation greenhouse is under construction in Sanyuanzhu village, Shouguang, a major...

Australian artist bids farewell to 14-year life in China’s porcelain capital

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After living in Jingdezhen, the porcelain capital of China, for 14 years, Dianna Williams, an Australian artist, ended her long art journey and left...

Nigerian girl pulls future out of handmade noodles

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Ubadigha Blessing, a Nigerian student studying in northwest China's Gansu Province, can pull a dough ball into noodles as thin as hair in less...

A man, and a temple

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Except for some chickens he raises, Feng Kaiping, 59, is the only creature of any note living in a remote temple in north China. Perched...
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United States Leaves UN human rights body

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The United States announced on Tuesday its withdrawal from the United Nations Human Rights Council, in the latest move of unilateralism featuring reckless hubris...

The man who carves “voices”

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Wang Zhenghua describes himself as "voice sculptor," carving melodies out of pieces of wood. Producing a hand-made violin is far from easy. Wang is completely...

Odor smeller fights pollution with nose

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Fang Pengfei has not worn any makeup for more than three years. "Perfume is banned. Even hand cream is banned," said the 27-year-old. "They would...

Almost destroyed, but undefeated — the double amputee and the mountain

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What can you say about a 69-year-old man who scales the highest mountain in the world? That he has had his legs amputated below...

Mozambique’s Suspension Bridge Project Nears Completion

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A twin-tower suspension bridge with a main span of 680 meters hanging over Maputo Bay is decorating the skyline of southern African nation Mozambique's...
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Boao Forum: what the world desires now is globalization

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Over a year ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping vigorously defended free trade at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, impressing the world...

United Airlines mess exposes customer service lapses on American Airlines

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A 30-second video of a United Airlines passenger being forcibly removed from an overbooked flight has brought into light the lamentable, sometimes even "awful"...