More support pledged for FDI, foreign trade

China will strengthen services and help solve operational difficulties for global companies in order to stabilize the long-term business confidence of foreign investors amid the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, government officials said on Thursday.

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  • Spain announces closure of bars, nightclubs to limit coronavirus spread

    Aug 15,2020

    Spanish Health Minister Salvador Illa announced Friday that nightclubs and night-time bars nationwide will be closed, in part of the latest government measures to curb coronavirus resurgence.

  • China's ride-hailing giant pledges 200 mln yuan in creating jobs

    China's ride-hailing giant pledges 200 mln yuan in creating jobs

    Aug 15,2020

    Chinese ride-hailing giant Didi Chuxing (DiDi) has announced that it will invest 200 million yuan (about 28.8 million U.S. dollars) to promote employment for those affected by the COVID-19 epidemic, unemployed and poor family members based on its platform.

  • Beijing imposes mandatory mask-wearing at schools

    Beijing imposes mandatory mask-wearing at schools

    Aug 15,2020

    Beijing education authorities said on Friday that staff and students shall wear masks at school and only take them off on outdoor occasions where there are no crowds and no contacts.

  • Frankfurt mayor invites TikTok to set up headquarters: German media

    Frankfurt mayor invites TikTok to set up headquarters: German media

    Aug 15,2020

    The mayor of Frankfurt Peter Feldmann has recently invited popular Chinese video-sharing app TikTok to set up its new global headquarters in the German metropolis, several German media outlets reported.

  • An elephantine task in villages

    Aug 14,2020

    On a summer evening, a giant shadow showed up on a village concrete road in southwest China's Yunnan Province. Pu Zongxin knew it was Laoda -- a male wild elephant that often wanders nearby.

  • A wedding gown filled with history

    A wedding gown filled with history

    Aug 14,2020

    A wedding dress made with rare French satin and lace and embroidered with exquisite lily patterns was restored and returned to the Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum on August 11 by a local laundry company.

  • Europe's earliest bone tools found at excavation in south of England

    Europe's earliest bone tools found at excavation in south of England

    Aug 13,2020

    Archaeologists working at a site in West Sussex in the south of England have discovered what are thought to be the earliest examples of bone tools found anywhere in Europe.

  • Woman shines with sunflower crafts in Inner Mongolia grassland

    Woman shines with sunflower crafts in Inner Mongolia grassland

    Aug 11,2020

    Wuren Yijirheyen, a 52-year-old shepherd in Hulunbuir, North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, never dreamed her small family workshop in fur and leather handicrafts would grow to a giant business with over 1 million yuan ($143,900) in annual sales and lift hundreds of impoverished women out of poverty.

  • Young culture fans dress to impress

    Young culture fans dress to impress

    Aug 11,2020

    There were more than 2 million hanfu enthusiasts in China in 2018, according to a survey by the market consultancy iMedia Research, a year-on-year rise of nearly 73 percent. The total value of the hanfu industry exceeded 1 billion yuan.

  • Business founder pins hopes on style and quality

    Business founder pins hopes on style and quality

    Aug 11,2020

    From October to January, the brand's sales revenue reached 3 million yuan ($432,000) and it is still bringing in about 200,000 a month, despite the novel coronavirus pandemic.

  • Beijing awaits its first big wonderland

    Beijing awaits its first big wonderland

    Aug 10,2020

    If you search for top tourism sites in Beijing on TripAdvisor, the usual results include the Great Wall, the Summer Palace and the Palace Museum. As for amusement parks, the only big name that appears is the Beijing Happy Valley.

  • Macao becomes China's 3rd city to join Organization of World Heritage Cities

    Macao becomes China's 3rd city to join Organization of World Heritage Cities

    Aug 10,2020

    The Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) has joined the Organization of World Heritage Cities (OWHC), becoming the third Chinese city to be included after Suzhou and Dujiangyan.

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