Xi sends congratulatory letter to first National Park Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping sent a congratulatory letter to the first National Park Forum, which opened Monday in Xining, capital city of northwest China's Qinghai Province.

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    Support for free trade among Americans has hit an all-time high, as backing for U.S. President Donald Trump dips to its lowest level in more than a year, a poll released on Sunday showed.

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    China's urban pet (dog and cat) consumer market is expected to surpass the threshold of 200 billion yuan in 2019, with the overall consumption scale reaching 202.4 billion yuan, an increase of 18.5 percent over 2018, according to a white paper released by goumin.com and Pet Fair Asia.

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    China is likely to see a boom in its private banking sector amid increasing policy support.

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    Japan's exports slipped for an eighth month in July, while manufacturers' confidence turned negative for the first time in over six years as slowing global growth and the prolonged Sino-U.S trade war took a toll on the world's third-biggest economy.

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    How China will overcome tech trouble

    Aug 19,2019

    Electronics is one of the industries I cover as a reporter. I still remember the time when even technology experts found it difficult to explain what a chip is, except saying that chips are sophisticated components used in computers and other such devices. So, it's with wonder that I note now that the chip sector is a recurring topic in the public discourse in China.

  • Chinese missile destroyer 'Xi'an' makes technical stop in Egypt's Alexandria

    Chinese missile destroyer 'Xi'an' makes technical stop in Egypt's Alexandria

    Aug 17,2019

    Chinese missile destroyer "Xi'an" of the 32nd Chinese naval escort fleet arrived at the port of Alexandria Naval Base of Egypt on Friday for a four-day technical stop.

  • DPRK fires 2 'unidentified projectiles': ROK

    DPRK fires 2 'unidentified projectiles': ROK

    Aug 16,2019

    The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) has launched two "unidentified projectiles" into the East Sea on Friday morning, according to the Republic of Korea (ROK) Joint Chiefs of Staff.

  • DPRK fires two projectiles -- Yonhap

    DPRK fires two projectiles -- Yonhap

    Aug 16,2019

    The Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK) fired two unidentified projectiles into the East Sea on Friday local time, South Korea's Yonhap news agency reported, citing the country's Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS).  

  • Indian firing kills 3 Pakistani soldiers along LoC: Pakistani army

    Aug 16,2019

    The Pakistani army said on Thursday that three soldiers were killed in Indian forces' firing along the Line of Control (LoC) in the disputed Kashmir region.

  • China's fighter drones possible with AI use: experts

    China's fighter drones possible with AI use: experts

    Aug 15,2019

    China's plan to integrate artificial intelligence (AI) for drones would make fighter drones possible, allowing them to fly on their own, identify targets and make decisions to enhance their combat capability, Chinese military experts said on Wednesday.

  • U.S. Navy port calls canceled in Hong Kong

    U.S. Navy port calls canceled in Hong Kong

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    Experts said requests for port visits in Hong Kong by the U.S. Navy are untimely and inconvenient given the massive protests plaguing the special administrative region as violent radicals have intensified their attacks on police.

  • Tsinghua and University of Lincoln team wins robotics championship

    Aug 19,2019

    The robotics team consisting of four students from Tsinghua University and one from the University of Lincoln has won the first prize in the first International Competition for Autonomous Running Intelligent Robots held over the weekend in Beijing.

  • 5G-assisted unmanned delivery car supports smart retail in Nanjing

    5G-assisted unmanned delivery car supports smart retail in Nanjing

    Aug 19,2019

    An unmanned delivery car with 5G wireless technology hit the roads in the city of Nanjing, capital of East China's Jiangsu province over the weekend.

  • Chinese research vessel 'Tan Kah Kee' opens to public in Malaysia

    Aug 19,2019

    The Research Vessel "Tan Kah Kee" of China's renowned Xiamen University opened to the Malaysian public over the weekend, providing a window for some 1,000 visitors on marine science.

  • Three-week AI training camp matches mentors to students

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    Aug 19,2019

    A meme featuring renowned artificial intelligence expert Kaifu-Lee smiling is made into four other memes showing immediate changes in different moods during the closing ceremony of DeeCamp, one of China's largest AI training camps, on Aug 16, 2019 in Beijing.

  • How China will overcome tech trouble

    How China will overcome tech trouble

    Aug 19,2019

    Electronics is one of the industries I cover as a reporter. I still remember the time when even technology experts found it difficult to explain what a chip is, except saying that chips are sophisticated components used in computers and other such devices. So, it's with wonder that I note now that the chip sector is a recurring topic in the public discourse in China.

  • Experts say persevere when 'chips' are down

    Experts say persevere when 'chips' are down

    Aug 19,2019

    Despite trade frictions, China's semiconductor industry should remain open to international cooperation and make more efforts to contribute to the development of the sector which is highly globalized, company executives and analysts said.

  • China's Longmen Grottoes introduces full-coverage 5G network

    China's Longmen Grottoes introduces full-coverage 5G network

    Aug 18,2019

    Longmen Grottoes in central China has been fully covered by 5G, the first tourist attraction in Henan Province to offer the next-generation technology service, according to the local administrative committee.

  • Suzhou garden near completion in California

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    Aug 17,2019

    Thousands of kilometers from China, a version of the Suzhou scholars' garden, known for its seamless integration of natural landscape with pavilions and pagodas, is being built at the Huntington.

  • Shanghai to build 18,000-square-meter bookstore

    Shanghai to build 18,000-square-meter bookstore

    Aug 16,2019

    Shanghai will build a mega bookstore with an area of around 18,000 square meters in one of the city's cultural hubs, according to local authorities.

  • 800-yr-old script exhibited in N China

    Aug 16,2019

    A week-long seal cutting exhibition of 800-year-old Phags-pa script opened Thursday in north China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, according to the organizer.

  • Hunting for precious matsutake in the Shangri-La forest

    Hunting for precious matsutake in the Shangri-La forest

    Aug 16,2019

    Tibetan forager Yangzom Drolma gets up early in the morning to hunt for one of the most precious mushrooms in the world, the matsutake mushroom, also known as the pin mushroom. The Shangri-La forest in southwest China's Yunnan Province is home to the best matsutake mushroom.

  • Shanghai Book Fair honors PRC ahead of 70th anniversary events

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    Aug 15,2019

    Visitors tour a themed exhibition area celebrating the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic of China at the Shanghai Book Fair in Shanghai on Wednesday. More than 500 publishers brought over 160,000 titles to the fair.

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