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The China Society for Human Rights Studies on Thursday published an article, laying bare the hypocrisy of "U.S.-style human rights" as evidenced by its extremely harsh immigration policies and violations of the basic rights and personal dignity of immigrants.
CHINA’S State Council Information Office released a white paper titled “Fighting COVID-19: China in Action” in early June. The white paper chronicles China’s all-hands-on-deck response to the public health emergency, showing what makes a responsible major country in the face of a crisis.
GLOBALIZATION can only be achieved through joint efforts of all humanity. The pandemic is but another facet of the level of globalization that has cropped up as an inevitability and reality of the current situation today.
IN response to recent claims that U.S. and Japanese companies are moving their business out of China, spokesperson of China’s Ministry of Commerce Gao Feng indicated on April 16, even though the raging pandemic has had some negative impact on foreign companies in China, the global supply chain will not be disrupted or transferred following anyone or any country’s will.
CHINA launched the last satellite of the BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS), the 55th in the BeiDou family, on June 23 in Xichang Satellite Launch Center in Sichuan Province. It marks the completion of the deployment of China’s own global navigation system.
YANJI is the capital city of Yanbian Korean Autonomous Prefecture in Northeast China’s Jilin Province. The Yanji cold noodles, buckwheat noodles with a chilled broth, is one of the “Top 10 Types of Chinese Noodles” and one of the special dishes of the Korean ethnic group.
THE ancient town of Xizhou, a community consisting mainly of the ethnic Bai people, is noted as one of the cradles of Dali’s culture, and has nourished a lot of Dali merchants. Going back as early as the Tang Dynasty (618-907), the ancestors of the Bai ethnic group had already begun to live there in concentrated numbers.