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Qingdao Presents Mystery Boxes on New Year’s Day

Sponsored by the Publicity Department of the CPC Qingdao Committee and Qingdao Bureau of Culture and Tourism, and organized by Qingdao Daily Group (QDG) in cooperation with Qingdao Shinan District Office of Culture and Tourism and QDG Liangyou Books, the 2021 “Gift from Qingdao” program was launched on January 1, 2021 to distribute 10,000 mystery boxes to citizens and tourists in Qingdao in the hope of helping them better understand the city’s scenic spots, cultural attractions, and hospitality.

15:49, 01-04, 2021
Vision Plus Determination Pays off

The past nine years have been the most fulfilling and fruitful period for a young Chinese couple — Liu Chuang and Ye Yutong. From two strangers embarking on a new university life in 2011, they became friends, ventured into the business world together, and then got married. Now, parents of two children, Liu and Ye are still balancing well their various hats of responsibility in life. Their tech start-up focusing on facial recognition technology has survived the hit of the COVID-19 epidemic and grown more resilient as a result. Liu is about to finish his doctorate degree program at the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NWPU) in Xi’an, capital city of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province.

12:37, 12-30, 2020
Xinjiang Marching Towards Greater Prosperity

Over the past 40 years since the commencement of reform and opening-up, nearly 800 million Chinese have risen above absolute poverty, accounting for more than 70 percent of the total reduction in poverty worldwide. The targeted poverty alleviation measures launched particularly in recent years have brought about tremendous changes across the country, including regions with a large presence of minority ethnic groups.

13:54, 11-27, 2020
Green Dream Comes True

Tall poplars, dryland willows, and salix mongolica willows are part of the golden autumn landscape around Salawusu Village in Ordos City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region. It is hard to imagine that 30 years ago, this was a barren place, desolate and uninhabited.

13:50, 11-27, 2020
TCM Helping Combat COVID-19

Beijing Tong Ren Tang is a time-honored brand in China’s traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) industry. Committed to making itself a global brand for years, in 2019, it became one of China’s first batch of national export bases to provide TCM services.

13:33, 11-27, 2020
Relocation to a Better Home

FIFTY-five-year-old Sonam Yeshe has a wealth of “moving” experience. He grew up in Menshi, a typical pastoral village in Gar County, Tibet Autonomous Region. As a pastoralist his work each year involved grazing yaks and sheep and herding them in three seasonal migrations to summer, autumn, and winter pastures. At the end of 2017 he and his family moved to the Kangle Xinju poverty-relief relocation site in Gar County. They now no longer have to move three times a year.

15:34, 11-03, 2020
Riding the Green Wave in China

My China adventure began on the heels of the SARS epidemic in 2003 when I arrived at Nanjing University on a college exchange program. I fell in love with the culture, language, food, energy, and excitement of the place and was surprised to feel completely at home here in China.

15:27, 11-03, 2020
New Story of an Old Street

Every Tuesday morning, Lou Jianbo, who runs a printing house, and Muhtar Abudurousuli, who runs a clinic practicing traditional Chinese medicine in Aksu City, Xinjiang, meet at the One Family Restaurant on Wangsan Street to check up on its operating conditions. This restaurant, unlike other restaurants, has 44 pairs of shareholders. Lou, a Han, and Muhtar, a Uygur, the founders of the restaurant, are two of them. From acquaintance to business partners, the two businessmen gradually became good friends in life. Their story started from a social activity in Hongqiao Community in 2016.

15:22, 11-03, 2020
Defending Biodiversity: A 10-Year Fishing Ban on the Yangtze River

“A total of 332 aquatic reserves of the Yangtze River basin have been completely closed to fishing since January 1 this year, and a 10-year ban will extend to natural waterways of the river and its major tributaries by January 1, 2021,” said Yu Kangzhen, vice minister of agriculture and rural affairs, at a news conference on July 15.

05:58, 09-30, 2020
Riding the Green Wave in China

My China adventure began on the heels of the SARS epidemic in 2003 when I arrived at Nanjing University on a college exchange program. I fell in love with the culture, the language, the food, the energy and excitement of the place and was surprised to feel completely at home here in China.

13:15, 09-25, 2020
Poverty Alleviation in Fengdu: The Ultimate Challenge

WHEN celebrating this year’s Dragon Boat Festival with a family gathering, Xiong Yong found his good old days back. The 38-year-old man from Yeliping Village, Sanjian Township in Fengdu County, southwest China’s Chongqing Municipality, now has finally risen above the financial stress caused by his uremia condition thanks to a chicken farm he now runs.

20:31, 08-27, 2020
Working for the Continuity of Life

AS an important part of the eco-system, wild animals are essential to ecological balance and stability, bio-security, and economic security. China is among the 12 countries in the world with the largest variety of wild animal species.

20:23, 08-27, 2020
Guarding the Plateau

The Pangong Lake, an endorheic lake with fresh water in the east and saline water in the west in Ngari Prefecture, Tibet, is home to myriads of birds and a dozen rare animals.

20:13, 08-27, 2020
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