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    • Tianjin Where Dreams Come True, Foreigners

      Tianjin has been selected as one of the top ten most attractive Chinese cities by foreign expats for eight consecutive years. Currently, the city is grasping the opportunity brought by Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei Coordinated Development, to build itself into an innovative city and industrial innovation center with international influence.

    • Tianjin Embraces Innovation and Openness

      Tianjin advocates knowledge and respects talent, while innovation and openness are its defining features.

    • Green Power Trading Kicks off in Guangxi

      To build a power system, with new energy as a mainstay, and achieve the goals of carbon peaking and carbon neutrality, the National Development and Reform Commission launched the green power trading pilot program last September. Since then, many regions in China have actively made their share of contributions to achieving green targets.

    • Xinjiang Livestock Get New Tech Injection

      To assist with development, the traditional animal husbandry industry in Xinjiang is seeking the help of science and technology.

    • Endangered Yangtze Species Smiling after Green Measure Success

      The Yangtze finless porpoise, known as the "smiling angel" in China, is a species of toothed whale endemic to the Yangtze River. It is also one of the world's most rare freshwater cetacean species.

    • Xiamen Gets Smart with Foreign Sci-tech Commissioners

      On March 15, four foreign sci-tech commissioners were awarded sci-tech commissioners' certificates by the Xiamen Bureau of Science and Technology, making them official members of the city's commissioner team.

    • Green Development in Western China Takes Off

      When walking on the coal mine subsidence area in Wulanmulun town, Ordos city, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region (Inner Mongolia), what used to be vast empty swathes of sand blown by relentless winds, is now an orderly layout of endless photovoltaic panels.

    • Tech Experts Gather to Further 6G Development

      "Online discussion + Remote interaction," that's the theme for the 2nd Global 6G Conference to be held in Nanjing from March 22 to 24.

    • Sanjiangyuan National Park: An Ecology Protection Solution

      In recent years, China has made great strides in developing its national park system.The system aims to maintain the integrity of natural ecosystems, protect biodiversity, and leave precious natural assets to future generations. In 2021, the first batch of five national parks, including the Sanjiangyuan National Park, were officially established. This is not only a milestone in the development of China's ecological civilization, but a landmark in the history of nature conservation in the world.

    • Zhangbei's Wind Energy: Green Olympic Power

      During the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, the use of Zhangbei's wind energy resources provides a solid power supply for the Olympic stadium.

    • Foreign Experts Help Vitalize Shandong's Industrial Innovation

      The Foreign Expert Station, founded in 2020 in Shandong's Weihai city, is a comprehensive service platform to improve communication between foreign experts and local enterprises. It has three brand? activities, including online meetings,?industrial park tours, and lectures.

    Top News

    • 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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