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    • A Tea Production System in Anxi listed Among the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems

      A tea production system in Anxi, east China's Fujian province was listed among the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage Systems by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations on May 20. The photo shows a tea plantation in Anxi, Fujian province.

    • Sichuan's New Policy on Foreign Experts

      In order to further refine the criteria for identifying foreign high-level talent and provide more effective services and management, a new policy was recently released by Sichuan's provincial authority.

    • 4th 'Tianjin in My Eyes' Photo Contest Open

      According to Tianjin Municipal Science and Technology Bureau (TMSTB), the fourth "Tianjin in My Eyes" photography contest themed "My experience in Tianjin, witnessing development, and the deepening of friendship" began on June 6. The competition invites expats working in Tianjin, or those concerned about Tianjin's development, to submit photos about the city's urban landscape.

    • Black Technologies Onboard CSS

      The Shenzhou-14 crew successfully entered CSS a couple of weeks ago. A feature of the current mission is the use of so-called "black technologies" onboard? CSS.

    • Leading the Way in Offshore Wind Power Capacity

      China now leads the world in terms of both installed and connected capacity.

    • New Geologic Map of Moon Released

      The world's first 1:2,500,000 scale map of the entire moon is now a reality.

    • A Look Inside China Space Station

      Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala,?WTO director-general, said in May that WTO is about using trade as a tool to raise living standards. (PHOTO: VCG)

    • WEEKLY REVIEW (June 8—June 15)

      China's FAST telescope has discovered and localized a highly active, repeating Fast Radio Burst (FRB).

    • Ancient Decarburization Kiln Discovered in Central China

      Archaeologists have discovered a decarburization kiln dating back to the Warring States Period (475 -221 BC) in the Houduanwan cast-iron relics site in Henan Province.

    • DLPE to Diagnose COVID-19's Sequelae

      A new computer-aided diagnostic tool,? developed? by researchers? from China and Saudi Arabia, could help monitor lung health following viral infection.

    • Cooperation in Space Benefits All of Humanity

      China's crewed spaceship Shenzhou-14 sent three astronauts to Tianhe, the core module of the Tiangong, China Space Station (CSS) in early June. This year will see completion of Tiangong, meaning China will be the only country to operate a space station on its own.

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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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