Global EditionASIA 中文双语Français

Workers handle mushrooms at a factory that processes edible fungi in Minning, a town in the Ningxia Hui autonomous region, on June 12.Thousands of residents from an impoverished region have been resettled in Minning over the past two decades Chen Zebing / China Daily

Draft law has firm legal footing

The national security draft law for the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region is based on the Constitution and the region's Basic Law and is fully in line with the "one country, two systems" principle, experts say.


Entire village community in Ningxia moved out from the poorer areas

Editor's note: With China set to meet its goal this year of eliminating extreme poverty before next year's 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China, this series looks at the efforts of different areas of the country to erase poverty and improve livelihoods.


Beijing keeps gaokao dates as scheduled

Around 50,000 students in Beijing will go back to campus to sit for their college entrance examinations next week with strict coronavirus prevention measures in place, a senior official announced on Monday.


Shandong aims high to expand opening-up

A mega investment promotion event kicks off in East China's Shandong on Tuesday, as part of the province's efforts to further expand its opening-up and shore up high-quality development.


Surging cases bring new deaths milestone

WASHINGTON-The coronavirus continues to ravage the world, with the death toll topping 500,000, swelled by the pandemic's tightening grip on the Americas. As cases surge there, Africa is emerging as a new focus of concern.


PBOC steps to ease woes of small firms

Monetary authorities are expected to deploy more targeted measures and innovative policy tools to ensure direct credit flows to small enterprises, based on updated projections of the current domestic economic situation, analysts said on Monday.


Drugmakers step up efforts for innovative product R&D

Pharmaceutical enterprises from home and abroad are stepping up efforts in innovative drug research and development as the domestic innovation environment constantly improves and profit margins for generic drugs gradually shrink, said industry experts.


Targeted policies instill confidence Chinese economy can withstand test

The performance of large-scale industrial enterprises in May suggests that as long as China can prevent the novel coronavirus virus from staging a large-scale comeback in the country, its economy is capable of withstanding the test of the pandemic.


Inspirational courage and vision

China's unique struggle to lift nearly 800 million people out of poverty is among a few remarkable marvels of the 21st century. China fought low income and a weak development level by carefully navigating its way to become the world's second-largest economy. With courageous and visionary leadership, coherence in policies, forceful approaches and efficient methods for identifying and overcoming challenges, China's poverty alleviation program has achieved tremendous results.


Elevating a mountain's magic

Tourists are again flocking to Jiang Fangjun's farm since the COVID-19 epidemic was brought under control in April. About 2,000 tourists visited his place, the First Farm, during the May Day holiday, 20 percent more than during the holiday last year.



Liu Guoliang is relishing the "huge challenge" ahead after being installed as chairman of the newly formed World Table Tennis (WTT) Council on Monday.


Copyright 1995 - . All rights reserved. The content (including but not limited to text, photo, multimedia information, etc) published in this site belongs to China Daily Information Co (CDIC). Without written authorization from CDIC, such content shall not be republished or used in any form. Note: Browsers with 1024*768 or higher resolution are suggested for this site.
License for publishing multimedia online 0108263

Registration Number: 130349