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  • China sends representative to continue searching for Ukraine crisis settlement

    China sends representative to continue searching for Ukraine crisis settlement

    Feb 28,2024

    Special Representative of the Chinese Government on Eurasian Affairs Li Hui will visit Russia, the EU headquarters, Poland, Ukraine, Germany and France from Saturday to conduct a second round of shuttle diplomacy for a political settlement of the Ukraine crisis.

  • At UN, China calls for aid to make it to Gaza

    At UN, China calls for aid to make it to Gaza

    Feb 28,2024

    A Chinese envoy at the United Nations said on Tuesday that China will make "tireless" efforts to restore peace, save lives and ensure that humanitarian aid makes it to Gaza.

  • Peace talks sans Russia absurd: Kremlin

    Peace talks sans Russia absurd: Kremlin

    Feb 28,2024

    The Kremlin said on Monday that the idea of holding peace talks without Russia was ridiculous, after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said he hoped to hold a spring summit in Switzerland to discuss his peace vision with Kyiv's allies.

  • Poland hit by protests over cheap Ukrainian imports

    Poland hit by protests over cheap Ukrainian imports

    Feb 28,2024

    Farmers in Poland have intensified protests against cheap food imports from Ukraine, which have flooded into the European Union since the start of the Russia-Ukraine conflict two years ago.

  • U.S. allegation of 'forced labor' in Xinjiang is huge lie: Foreign Ministry

    U.S. allegation of 'forced labor' in Xinjiang is huge lie: Foreign Ministry

    Feb 28,2024

    The allegation of "forced labor" in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is a huge lie, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, urging the U.S. to immediately stop smearing China, stop intervening in China's internal affairs, and stop politicizing and weaponizing trade issues.

  • Sierra Leonean president's China visit to enhance cooperation, friendship

    Sierra Leonean president's China visit to enhance cooperation, friendship

    Feb 28,2024

    President of the Republic of Sierra Leone Julius Maada Bio started a state visit to China from February 27 (Tuesday) till March 2, during which he is scheduled to meet with Chinese leaders and to further promote cooperation in various fields and friendship.

  • Reform urged for WTO on free, fair trade

    Reform urged for WTO on free, fair trade

    Feb 28,2024

    In the face of many challenges, developing and least-developed countries have urged for reforms in the World Trade Organization to ensure multilateral cooperation, fair and free trade, and the normalization of dispute settlement mechanisms.

  • U.S. allegation of 'forced labor' in Xinjiang is huge lie: Foreign Ministry

    U.S. allegation of 'forced labor' in Xinjiang is huge lie: Foreign Ministry

    Feb 28,2024

    The allegation of "forced labor" in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is a huge lie, the Chinese Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday, urging the U.S. to immediately stop smearing China, stop intervening in China's internal affairs, and stop politicizing and weaponizing trade issues.

  • Foreign firms bullish on China market

    Foreign firms bullish on China market

    Feb 28,2024

    About 62 percent of foreign companies in China have chosen not to shift their investments out of the country, as they believe that the nation has large room for further development, according to a recent survey.

  • Shanghai sets up tax tribunals to improve dispute resolution

    Shanghai sets up tax tribunals to improve dispute resolution

    Feb 28,2024

    Shanghai recently announced the establishment of two tax affairs tribunals, the first of their kind in the country, to centralize jurisdiction over such administrative cases and provide a better business environment under the rule of law.

  • 'Small yard, high fence' can't block China's tech progress: FM

    'Small yard, high fence' can't block China's tech progress: FM

    Feb 28,2024

    The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Tuesday said that arbitrarily putting up barriers can't stop China's innovation, and it urged the U.S. to support companies from all countries to promote technological progress through fair competition.

  • Plans on for big city cluster with capital at core

    Plans on for big city cluster with capital at core

    Feb 28,2024

    China is considering building a global city cluster in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region — and more steps to further promote the coordinated development of the region are in the offing, according to the country's top economic regulator.

  • Number of overseas returnees higher than before pandemic, report says

    Number of overseas returnees higher than before pandemic, report says

    Feb 28,2024

    Though the number of overseas Chinese students returning to the Chinese mainland to find work declined in 2023 due to concerns about employment prospects and uncertainties about international politics, the figure was still higher than that seen five years ago

  • Japan's births hit record low, falling faster than forecast

    Japan's births hit record low, falling faster than forecast

    Feb 28,2024

    Japan last year recorded the lowest number of births in history, according to Japan's health ministry, worse than earlier forecasts.

  • Fossil plant discovery has 'great significance'

    Fossil plant discovery has 'great significance'

    Feb 28,2024

    Fossil groups of ancient plants that grew more than 300 million years ago were recently discovered in Shiyan, Hubei province — a discovery that experts say is of "great significance" in the study of prehistoric vegetation.

  • Protection from straying animals increased

    Protection from straying animals increased

    Feb 28,2024

    Provincial forestry and grassland bureaus will delineate the boundaries of suitable habitats for wild animals to alleviate the harm caused by the rapid growth of wild animal populations, such as crop damage and human casualties.

  • Destinations for Chinese students studying abroad become more diverse: report

    Destinations for Chinese students studying abroad become more diverse: report

    Feb 28,2024

    The destinations for Chinese students studying abroad will become more diverse and comprehensive, while China remains the largest source of international students for countries such as the U.S., the UK, Australia, Japan, Germany and New Zealand during the 2022-23 academic year.

  • Campaigns targeting fire hazards underway

    Campaigns targeting fire hazards underway

    Feb 28,2024

    Governments at various levels have launched campaigns to address fire hazards caused by the improper parking of electric bicycles, as experts warned of the reasons behind fires caused by these vehicles.

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