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Visitors view a photo exhibition on Sunday in Wuhan, Hubei province, marking the victory of the city and province over the coronavirus. On April 8 last year, Wuhan, which was the city hardest hit by COVID-19 on the Chinese mainland, reopened after a 76-day lockdown brought on by the outbreak. Hu Dongdong / for China Daily See story, page 3

Travel 'bubble' set for Australia, New Zealand

Australia and New Zealand are scheduled to open their borders to quarantine-free travel on April 19 in what some see as a blueprint for other countries where the COVID-19 virus has been controlled.


HK history textbooks to set record straight

A revision of history textbooks for secondary school students in Hong Kong is expected to rid them of biased and misleading content related to the first Opium War (1840-42) between China and Britain, a secondary school principal in the city told China Daily on Wednesday.


TV series advances anti-corruption fight

A six-episode documentary series depicting the nation's fight against organized crime has led netizens to call for further investigations and the removal of corrupt officials behind such crimes.


Foreign investment approvals eased

The removal and streamlining of approval procedures for certain foreign-invested projects will attract and assist overseas companies while benefiting overall investment this year, experts and industry insiders said.


Iran accord talks bring welcome step

VIENNA-Iran and world powers held what they hailed as "constructive" talks on Tuesday in Vienna, paving the way for teams to discuss the compromises required by Washington and Teheran if they are to revive a landmark 2015 nuclear deal.


Fiscal moves to cut risks, spur growth

China's fiscal measures will focus on balancing economic growth and preventing risks, with an eye on enhancing fiscal sustainability over the medium term, senior officials from the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday.


Global pharma giants step up alliances in Chinese market

Research and development collaborations between multinational pharmaceutical companies and innovative local Chinese biotech enterprises have begun to bear fruit as some have already jointly developed products in the country that have benefited patients overseas.


Olympics reserved for sports not confrontational politics

Hours after US State Department spokesperson Ned Price told the media that the United States is consulting with its allies on jointly boycotting the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, citing so-called human rights issues as the reason, the State Department denied it.


Friendship deepened by frequent visits

As a Chinese saying goes, friendship and kinship are deepened by frequent visits. State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi's recent trip to the Middle East will undoubtedly have strengthened the friendship between the two sides and injected new vitality into bilateral cooperation.


Explorer of the void

It's difficult enough for artists to create a recognizable image worthy of appreciation. How much more difficult, then, for an artist to explore "nothingness"?


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