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A Long March 11HY2 carrier rocket blasts off from the Yellow Sea on Tuesday, sending nine satellites into orbit. It was China’s first seabased commercial launch.Cai Yang / Xinhua

Data points to stronger recovery

China's economy continued its strong recovery in August from the damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as key economic data pointed to a stabilizing growth trend and a steady rebound of domestic demand, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Tuesday.


US urged not to obstruct normal trade

China urged the United States on Tuesday to stop disrupting normal economic and trade cooperation between the two countries' companies under the pretext of issues related to the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, saying that it will take all necessary measures to protect its companies' legitimate rights and interests.


Air carriers anticipating holiday rush

China's air travel sector has recovered significantly and is expected to brace for a holiday travel rush as National Day and the Mid-Autumn Festival are around the corner, the Civil Aviation Administration of China said on Tuesday.


Huawei pushes forward intelligent ecosystem

With technological progress, building a fully connected and intelligent world seems no longer a vision from afar.


New Delhi shouldn't let business ties be held hostage by ultra-nationalism

Although Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi and his Indian counterpart announced on Friday that a consensus had been reached on reducing the border tensions between the two countries after their talks in Moscow, some Indian media outlets continue to speculate on the tensions by fomenting nationalism, jingoism and populism.


Healthy growth likely despite outbreak

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on China's economy, similar to the 1997-98 Asian financial crisis and 2008 global financial crisis-different only in scope and extent of the effects.


Xi's remarks on China-EU ties applauded

Chinese and European leaders are determined to uphold multilateralism and international cooperation when unilateralism, protectionism and a global economic slowdown threaten the world, experts said after a leaders' online meeting.


Intelligent changes to reshape auto sector

Self-driving technology is expected to witness large-scale commercial application in the next five years, according to Robin Li Yanhong, chairman and CEO of internet search giant Baidu Inc.


Smart TVs taking over home entertainment

Chinese tech companies are scrambling to develop operating systems for smart TVs and beyond as they work hard to build their own core capabilities in the internet of things era.


Bringing art to life

What do you think when you look at an old painting? Maybe you consider its history, maybe the stories of the people featured in the frame, or the message delivered by the artist?


Djokovic determined to move on from New York

ROME-Novak Djokovic learned "a big lesson" after being disqualified from the US Open for unintentionally hitting a line judge in the throat with a ball.


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