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Guqin: A Tranquil Sound for A Modern Era

Two thousand years ago, there lived a Chinese musician named Yu Boya. He loved making music but sadly no one could truly appreciate his music. One day, a woodcutter named Zhong Ziqi listened to Boya’s music and told Boya how he saw high mountains and flowing water expressed in his music.

16:37, 01-21, 2021
Weaving a brighter future

A typical high plateau area, the district of Puge is essentially agricultural, and hosts a concentrated population of minority ethnic groups. According to the national classification the area is categorized as “severely impoverished”. But armed with their needles and threads, the women of the village of Deyu have decided to take their destiny in their own hands and have managed to bid farewell to poverty.

16:48, 11-17, 2020
U.S. attempt to restrict Chinese tech firms "feckless", say U.S. expert

The real intention behind Washington's attempts to purge Chinese tech firms from American internet is undermining China's development and Chinese enterprises' opportunities, say experts.

06:39, 09-30, 2020
Why U.S. TikTok ban concerns Europeans

U.S. President Donald Trump last week issued an executive order to ban dealings with the Chinese owner of TikTok, citing national security risks. The decision has aroused concerns among experts and TikTokers across Europe. Find out why.

21:36, 08-27, 2020
No winner in Washington's chip war against Huawei

The worldwide semiconductor and smartphone industries, including those in the United States, are bracing for extreme disruptions after Washington recently tightened its restrictions on Chinese tech giant Huawei's ability to obtain critical components, most significantly, chips.

21:30, 08-27, 2020
China successfully launches first Mars mission

China launched a Mars probe on Thursday, aiming to complete orbiting, landing and roving in one mission, and taking the first step in its planetary exploration of the solar system.

01:25, 07-25, 2020
China refutes U.S. claim of coronavirus originating in Wuhan lab

The Chinese Foreign Ministry has refuted the claim by some U.S. politicians that the novel coronavirus originated in a laboratory in Wuhan.

01:39, 07-25, 2020
China informs U.S. to close its Consulate General in Chengdu

The Chinese Foreign Ministry on Friday informed the U.S. Embassy in China of its decision to withdraw its consent for the establishment and operation of the U.S. Consulate General in Chengdu. The ministry also made specific requirements on the ceasing of all operations and events by the Consulate General, said a statement issued by the ministry.

01:30, 07-25, 2020
Anti-epidemic Stories in the Lens of Global Photographers

People say, Wuhan is a city of heroes. The story of 2020 has been about COVID-19 and its impact, and through still and moving images, to sound and words, we are now better understanding its impact on all walks of life.

00:51, 07-18, 2020
Xiongan high-speed railway station being constructed in Hebei, China

The architectural concrete surface of Xiongan high-speed railway station was completed recently in Xiongan New Area, north China's Hebei Province.

13:00, 07-17, 2020
BeiDou and GPS: A journey in the desert

China's BeiDou satellite navigation system is fully operational. Join Buzz and check out how BeiDou is safeguarding its trip in the desert.

12:54, 07-17, 2020
Update: UN chief urges efforts to tackle health effects of COVID-19 pandemic in LAC

"As COVID-19 continues to spread throughout the world, Latin America and the Caribbean have become a hotspot of the pandemic," says United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

12:43, 07-17, 2020
Smearing CPC won't whitewash U.S. politicians' incompetence

After weathering the COVID-19 epidemic, the Chinese people believe more firmly in the CPC leadership. Some U.S. politicians will never whitewash their own incompetence by smearing CPC.

05:01, 07-03, 2020
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