Xi urges BRICS countries to champion multilateralism

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Thursday called on the BRICS countries to undertake their due obligations in championing and practicing multilateralism.

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    Smart tech helps whole-hog reshaping of China's pig-raising industry

    Nov 15,2019

    Face and sound recognition, robot assistants, cameras, sensors, blockchain. These new technologies are breaking the stereotype of stinky, messy pig farms and transforming China's pig-raising industry. 

  • China tests unmanned sailboat for marine monitoring

    China tests unmanned sailboat for marine monitoring

    Nov 15,2019

    China has successfully tested an unmanned sailboat for monitoring marine environment, according to the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).

  • Microsoft unveils its dual-screen devices

    Microsoft unveils its dual-screen devices

    Nov 15,2019

    Microsoft Corp unveiled its dual-screen devices in China on Thursday, as its Surface series of products posted "strong" double-digit growth in the nation's commercial PC market.

  • FDA approves drug made by China's BeiGene to treat rare form of lymphoma

    FDA approves drug made by China's BeiGene to treat rare form of lymphoma

    Nov 15,2019

    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Thursday approved BeiGene Ltd's zanubrutinib (Brukinsa) capsules for the treatment of mantle cell lymphoma (MCL) in adults who have received at least one prior therapy.

  • Mars mission test opened to foreigners

    Mars mission test opened to foreigners

    Nov 15,2019

    China carried out a key experiment for its coming Mars mission in Huailai, Hebei province, on Thursday in front of dozens of foreign diplomats and journalists.

  • 5G tech in spotlight at Shenzhen fair

    5G tech in spotlight at Shenzhen fair

    Nov 14,2019

    The application of 5G technology in various industries grabbed the spotlight at the China High-Tech Fair in Shenzhen.Real-time medical data is huge in size, so high-speed transmissions are urgently needed," said Wang Can from a research center of China Mobile in Chengdu, Sichuan province.

  • UNESCO, China celebrate 25th anniversary of Great Wall Fellowships program

    UNESCO, China celebrate 25th anniversary of Great Wall Fellowships program

    Nov 15,2019

    China and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) held a ceremony on Wednesday at UNESCO's Paris headquarters to mark the 25th anniversary of the Great Wall Fellowships program.

  • Panda twins named Bao Di and Bao Mei at Belgium zoo

    Panda twins named Bao Di and Bao Mei at Belgium zoo

    Nov 15,2019

    Giant panda twins born at a zoo in Brugelette, Belgium celebrated their 100-day birthday on Thursday and met the public for the first time. Their new names were also announced.

  • Disney+ reaches 10 million sign-ups on first day of launch

    Disney+ reaches 10 million sign-ups on first day of launch

    Nov 14,2019

    The Walt Disney Company said Wednesday that its highly anticipated streaming service Disney has already reached a major milestone within one day, achieving a remarkable 10 million sign-ups since launching on Tuesday.

  • Statue to return to former royal resort after 159 years

    Statue to return to former royal resort after 159 years

    Nov 14,2019

    A red bronze horse head statue was returned by the donation of 97-year-old collector and Hong Kong-Macao business magnate Stanley Ho Hung-sun, who handed the statue over to the National Cultural Heritage Administration in Beijing.

  • Rare bronze horse head returned to Yuanmingyuan

    Rare bronze horse head returned to Yuanmingyuan

    Nov 13,2019

    A rare bronze horse head plundered from Beijing's Old Summer Palace was officially handed over to the State Administration of Cultural Heritage at a ceremony held at the National Museum of China in Beijing on Wednesday.

  • National treasures from Afghanistan debut in Hong Kong

    National treasures from Afghanistan debut in Hong Kong

    Nov 13,2019

    A batch of 231 pieces of "national treasures" from Afghanistan finally made it to China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region after a long voyage traveling 28 museums across the world, making a debut at the Hong Kong Museum of History.

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