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    • Starlink:Blurring the Civilian-Military Line

      UNESCO defines science as, "One of the most important channels of knowledge, which has a specific role, as well as a variety of functions, for the benefit of our society." But it seems that some countries have seldom followed this rule. During the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, Starlink (satellites), a civil technology that aims to "benefit all humankind," is also being used in the war.

    • Japan Bypasses Science to Discharge Wastewater

      Japan's Nuclear Regulatory Authority approved Tokyo Electric Power Company's (TEPCO) plan to release the diluted wastewater of Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the ocean in spring 2023.

    • BRICS: Multipolarity in Action

      More than 130 political party leaders, as well as representatives of think tanks and civil society organizations from 10 countries, participated in the BRICS forum online.

    • Attacking DZCP Is to Make Excuses for Western Failures

      Because of adopting a dynamic zero-COVID policy (DZCP), China can maintain a low infection rate and save thousands of lives. Meanwhile, the deadly virus has killed one million Americans. However, some so -called mainstream U.S. media forget to mention this fact when attacking DZCP and China. In their media reports, the policy was labeled as "unsustainable," "harm to the world economy," or even a "violation of human rights."

    • Loss Outweighs Gain as U.S. Curbs China's Photovoltaic Industry

      Even after the China-U.S. Joint Glasgow Declaration on Enhancing Climate Action in the 2020s, a declaration that ought to enhance environmental cooperation between two countries, U.S. suppression on China's new energy industry, especially the photovoltaic industry, is still not stopped.

    • Mateverse: Lower Your Expectations on Its Investments

      Since Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook's morphing into Meta and its metaverse concept, the somewhat obscure new evolution of social connection has become very popular. Despite not being fully understood, many people are still willing to hop onto the investing bandwagon, believing it could be a lucrative opportunity to get rich quickly.

    • Beijing 2022 Guides the Public to Low Carbon Lifestyle

      The Beijing 2022 Winter Olympic Games was the first carbon-neutral Olympic Games. With the vigorous promotion made by Beijing Municipal Government, carbon neutrality will continue to be promoted in the capital and gradually spread throughout China, providing the possibility for Chinese people to live in a low-carbon modern society.

    • Zero-COVID Policy Comes with Guarantee of Right to Life

      Many in the West are seen trying to question China's dynamic zero-COVID policy (DZCP). They seem to be desperate to question China's unparalleled success in protecting the lives of its people by implementing the policy.

    • Accelerating Adoption of Hydrogen: A Concrete Action on Net-zero

      The development of China's green hydrogen sector has long been a priority for us at UNDP.

    • Small Towns Are Transitioning from Rural to Urban Societies

      Small towns are important drivers for China's urbanization.

    • How to Prevent the Next Pandemic

      No matter when and how the pandemic will end, what is of vital importance is that humanity learns from the lessons of the current pandemic, in order to be better prepared for the next one.

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    • In the 1970s, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) named a lunar crater after Ming Dynasty official Wan Hoo, (also known as Wan Hu), in recognition of his daring attempt at space travel. This historical figure may have led us to imagine that space exploration began far earlier than we believe.

    China, CIAT Keep Fruitful Cooperation

    Juan Lucas Restrepo, director-general of the Alliance of Bioversity International and the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) in Rome, said that he is "extremely proud" of the accomplishments gained in numerous cooperative projects with Chinese partners, such as CATAS and other organizations.

    Starlink:Blurring the Civilian-Military Line

    UNESCO defines science as, "One of the most important channels of knowledge, which has a specific role, as well as a variety of functions, for the benefit of our society." But it seems that some countries have seldom followed this rule. During the ongoing Russia-Ukraine conflict, Starlink (satellites), a civil technology that aims to "benefit all humankind," is also being used in the war.

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