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Highlighting Human-Centered Design

In the Beijing Winter Olympic Village (Winter Paralympic Village), the operation area has been renovated and converted from an old factory. The cozy yet elegant apartments for athletes reflect the design approach that puts users first. In addition, athletes can enjoy entertainment, leisure, and shopping at the square area. During the Beijing Winter Olympic Games and Paralympics, athletes will live safely, comfortably, and healthily.

15:28, 01-04, 2022
Beijing 2022: A Tech-Loaded Sports Gala

The Beijing Organizing Committee for the 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games has declared it will make high technology a feature of the sports event. The goal is to look for better solutions to urban living and make city life friendly to the environment, business, and local community. With this in mind, the organizing committee has applied a slew of advanced technologies to the renovation and construction of sports venues, food logistics, and more.

15:19, 01-04, 2022
Greener Together

Four years ago, Beijing took over the flag of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) at the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Olympic and Paralympic Games, marking the start of the Winter Games’ “Beijing Time.” The 24th Olympic Winter Games are scheduled to be held from February 4 to 20.

15:14, 01-04, 2022
The Phoenix Rise of China's Ice and Snow Sports

One day in October 1978, Ye Qiaobo, a 14-year-old speed skater, along with members of the PLA Bayi Sports Work Brigade, set off to train in cities across northeast China that included Heihe, Nenjiang, Hailar and Qiqihar in a big convertible Jiefang truck.

15:08, 01-04, 2022
Carrying on the Olympic Spirit

In 776 B.C., a cook named Coroebus of Elis became the first Olympic champion in ancient Greece when he won the foot race known as the stadion. Since that time, sports have been one of the most exciting, enjoyable, and health promoting aspects of life.

14:21, 12-31, 2021
Beijing 2022: A New Starting Point

As athletes from around the world will vie in Beijing, its mountainous suburb Yanqing, and in nearby Zhangjiakou in Hebei Province, Beijing will make history as the first city in the world to host both the Summer Olympics (in 2008) and the Winter Olympics.

15:12, 12-30, 2021
Beijing Welcomes Visitors to Enjoy Safe and Splendid Winter Olympics

“Together with all of the Chinese people, I welcome friends from all over the world to gather in Beijing in 2022.” Chinese President Xi Jinping extended a cordial invitation to people across the world, when addressing the closing ceremony of the Pyeongchang Winter Olympic Games in 2018 via video link. The invitation also represents a solemn commitment China made to the international community, which is to make the Beijing 2022 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games (Beijing 2022) a successful event.

15:07, 12-30, 2021
Beijing 2022: Green, Safe, and More

The final countdown to the XXIV Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022 has already begun. The Olympic Winter Games will take place between February 4 and 20, followed by the Paralympic Winter Games from March 4 to 13.

15:03, 12-30, 2021
The Role of Corporate Responsibility in Common Prosperity

A growing number of enterprises have responded to the call of common prosperity, a topic which has become the center of much discussion recently. “How to contribute to common prosperity is becoming a contemporary manifestation of corporate social responsibility (CSR),” said Qu Yongyi, Party secretary and deputy director of the Institute of Industrial Economics of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, adding that there is consensus among many on its role and direction.

11:09, 12-10, 2021
Zhejiang Exemplifies How to Bridge the Urban-Rural Gap

In the picturesque county of Suichang in Zhejiang Province, east China, a century-old culture flourishes in the town of Suichang together with a drive to develop the digital economy with beautiful natural landscape. Today it boasts a digital green valley. Established companies as well as startups are operating from this space, exploring innovations that combine the ecology, culture, and digitalization.

11:05, 12-10, 2021
The Path to Common Prosperity

"Some regions and some people may prosper before others do, and then they can help other regions and people to gradually do the same," the late Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping told a U.S. business delegation on October 23, 1985.

10:58, 12-10, 2021
Zoom in on Common Prosperity

In the 1990s, chief architect of China's reform and opening-up Deng Xiaoping indicated, “When the economy is developed enough it will be the time for the country to seek common prosperity.”

10:56, 12-10, 2021
Common Prosperity and Levelling Up

It is rare for a British prime minister to announce the intention to pursue a policy pioneered by the People’s Republic of China. It is rarer still for that to be a politician of the populist Right. And yet, that is what happened when Prime Minister Boris Johnson delivered his long-awaited speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester recently. He did not use the term “common prosperity” but that is what he meant.

11:32, 11-29, 2021
Chengdu Shows the Way to Low-Carbon Life

A new glass house at the entrance of a residential community in Chengdu, capital of Sichuan Province in southwest China, has become a local attraction. It is a project to promote the “recycle and earn double” program. People are paid money when they leave their recyclable scraps here. In addition, they also get points because by doing so they are helping recycling and reducing their carbon footprint. When they accumulate points, they get a proportionate amount of money as a reward. This, together with the money they have been paid for the recyclable waste, means they “earn double.”

10:15, 11-08, 2021
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