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People watch a light and sound show at the Grand Place in Brussels, Belgium, on Wednesday. The show highlighted events not held in Belgium this summer due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Zheng Huansong / Xinhua

HK sees record daily surge in COVID-19 cases

Hong Kong reported a new daily record of 149 coronavirus cases on Thursday, marking the ninth day in a row of new infections in triple digits, as more than 100 confirmed patients were waiting for hospital admissions.


EU sows seeds of solidarity via recovery deal

The European Union's recent agreement on a long-awaited recovery fund to boost national economies after the COVID-19 pandemic may have forged a cautious sense of unity, but it remains to be seen if the deal will steer member states away from populism and out of hardship caused by the outbreak.


Green Games on track in Beijing

Five years since winning its bid for the 2022 Winter Olympics, Beijing has stepped up its efforts to host a green Games with sustainability at the core of preparations.


PBOC readies tools to shore up growth

Central banks of the two largest economies in the world may adopt different strategies to sustain growth in the ensuing months, with China likely to see a pause in further monetary easing, while the United States may bank on more stimulus to sustain the momentum, experts said.


Cooperation key to fight pandemic

China can intensify international cooperation to contribute more to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and improving global health governance, a report released on Wednesday said.


Nationalism in tech sector likely to grow

With the United Kingdom's incoming ban on Huawei's involvement in its 5G networks after sanctions by the United States, experts warn of an age of ambition-driven "techno-nationalism". But such efforts were unlikely to succeed, they said.


US ideologues' claims about China dangerously divorced from reality

With the benefit of hindsight, it is easy to understand why United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, FBI Director Christopher Wray and National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien all went to great lengths recently to accuse China of stealing US technology.


Poverty alleviation on target

This year, China's goal of eliminating absolute poverty on the whole will be completed.


Box-office outing

The rise in box-office takings last weekend indicates a sign of recovery for China's film industry, with more than half of the country's cinemas reopening after a six-month closure due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mounting a silver-screen comeback

China's filmmakers celebrated their first big gathering at the 23rd Shanghai International Film Festival which kicked off on July 25, expressing their confidence in the Chinese market and eagerness to speed up creation and production.


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