Xi extends condolences over deadly pipeline blast in Mexico

Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday sent a message of condolences to his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador over a deadly pipeline blast that has killed at least 73 people.

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    Japanese reflect as sun sets on country's 30-year Heisei era

    Jan 21,2019

    With the winding down of Japan's Heisei era-the period following the accession of Emperor Akihito in 1989-many Japanese have begun to attempt to define their own, and the country's, past 30 years.

  • 'Open, candid, friendly' exchanges fuel ties

    'Open, candid, friendly' exchanges fuel ties

    Jan 21,2019

    France will work with China to promote their "open, candid and friendly" exchanges and cooperation as the two countries commemorate this year the 55th anniversary of the establishment of their diplomatic ties, French Ambassador to China Jean-Maurice Ripert said.

  • Xi sends condolences to Mexican president over deadly pipeline blast

    Xi sends condolences to Mexican president over deadly pipeline blast

    Jan 21,2019

    Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday sent a message of condolences to his Mexican counterpart Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador over a deadly pipeline blast that has killed at least 73 people.

  • Second Trump-Kim summit to take place in Vietnam: report

    Second Trump-Kim summit to take place in Vietnam: report

    Jan 21,2019

    The second summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and Kim Jong Un, top leader of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), is expected to take place in Vietnam, with three candidate cities being under consideration, U.S. media reported Sunday.

  • Xi's urge for shared future embraced

    Xi's urge for shared future embraced

    Jan 21,2019

    Two years ago, President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the United Nations office in Geneva in which he called for joint efforts to build a community with a shared future for mankind.

  • Two-year mark of global community towards a shared future

    Two-year mark of global community towards a shared future

    Jan 20,2019

    Two years ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a speech at the United Nations (UN) Office at Geneva, calling for joint efforts to build a community with a shared future for mankind.

  • Patience urged on launch of 5G tech

    Patience urged on launch of 5G tech

    Jan 21,2019

    After years of hype about the ultrafast speed of 5G networks and technological advancements, some industry leaders in China are now calling for patience for the final rollout of the technology believed to change everything from mobile communications, to driving, to urban planning.

  • TikTok leads the charge in China's push for global brands

    TikTok leads the charge in China's push for global brands

    Jan 21,2019

    TikTok. No, not the name of Kesha's hit debut, but just like the song, this short video app has dominated the charts.

  • Innovation needs to take root to meet globe's food challenges

    Innovation needs to take root to meet globe's food challenges

    Jan 21,2019

    Like smart cities, China needs to adopt technology, like sensors, AI and robotics, to change farms into smart farms in order to tackle food challenges, a Silicon Valley-based agricultural-tech expert said.

  • Chinese innovations explore global prospects

    Chinese innovations explore global prospects

    Jan 21,2019

    About 1,200 Chinese technology companies, including Suning Holdings Group and Huawei Technologies Co, as well as startups, used the annual Consumer Electronics Show or CES in Las Vegas to showcase their innovations in fields like artificial intelligence or AI and robotics.

  • NASA cooperates with China on moon exploration

    NASA cooperates with China on moon exploration

    Jan 20,2019

    The United States space agency said Friday that its Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) is expected to image the landing site of China's lunar lander Chang'e-4 on Jan. 31.

  • CEO: Huawei can weather choppy waters

    CEO: Huawei can weather choppy waters

    Jan 19,2019

    The founder and CEO of Huawei Technologies Co Ltd said the difficulties the tech giant faces today will not have a big effect on its business in the long term, predicting revenue will double within five years.

  • In wintry country, skiing is believing

    In wintry country, skiing is believing

    Jan 21,2019

    This winter, China's tourism and recreation industry is seeing new activities: helicopters rides to go skiing and later eat hotpot food at custom resorts; shooting pictures with reindeer; visits to ice and snow museums.

  • Intensive training underway as Yanqing gears up for big events

    Intensive training underway as Yanqing gears up for big events

    Jan 21,2019

    Intensive vocational training is underway to equip Yanqing residents with the knowledge and skills needed to host an international horticultural expo and the Winter Olympics.

  • eSports athlete 'Uzi' speaks at China's 70th anniversary event

    eSports athlete 'Uzi' speaks at China's 70th anniversary event

    Jan 21,2019

    Jian Zihao, username "Uzi" in video game League of Legends (LOL) and member of the Chinese eSports team Royal Never Give Up (RNG), was invited to speak at the 70th anniversary event of the People's Republic of China held by Martian Club and China Daily on Saturday.

  • Chinese players perform strongly on Australian Open day four

    Jan 18,2019

    Along with a host of strong results in the first round of the Australian Open doubles bracket, there was also some big victories for a number of Chinese singles competitors on Thursday.

  • Asian Cup: China beaten by ROK 2-0 to end second in Group C

    Asian Cup: China beaten by ROK 2-0 to end second in Group C

    Jan 17,2019

    China was beaten by the Republic of Korea (ROK) 2-0 in the group match of 2019 Asian Cup at Al Nahyan Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. The ROK make it three victories from three of the group stage and scored four goals in total, while China finished second in group C with five goals and three conceded goals.

  • Chinese doubles players find success in Australian Open first round

    Jan 16,2019

    Three doubles teams featuring Chinese players made it through to the second round of the Australian Open on Wednesday, after an action-packed day of tennis at Melbourne Park.

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