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    • Happy to See Pearly Smiles on Chinese Faces

      Recently, Research.com released the first edition of the Top Scientists in Medicine. Maurizio S. Tonetti, now the full-time director at the Oral Implant Research Center of Shanghai Ninth People's Hospital, the honorary director of National Clinical Research Center for Oral Diseases, is ranked 29th in China and 3568th in the world.

    • Chinese Vaccines' Major Role in Global Fight Against COVID-19

      Almost 220 million doses of Chinese COVID-19 vaccines have reached 50 countries, becoming particularly crucial in 2021 when global vaccine supply was particularly tight.

    • 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.

    • Expats in Xiamen Celebrate Dragon Boat Festival

      On May 28, the Xiamen Municipal Bureau of Science and Technology organized activities for foreign experts to experience the culture of the Dragon Boat Festival

    • Large-scale Nucleic Acid Test Emphasized

      In order to contain the spread of the pandemic, China has conducted extensive nucleic acid tests in numerous locations. Nonetheless, some people are concerned that the sampling procedure may contribute to the spread of COVID-19 among crowds. Guo Yanhong, a National Health Commission (NHC) official, stated during a news conference on May 13 that large-scale nucleic acid test must be well-organized and managed.

    • Michael Hermann:Passionate About Public Service

      German Michael Hermann likes nothing more than to head out to remote villages in China and educate people about transmissible disease prevention and treatment or other social issues.

    • Dragon Boat Festival Story

      The Dragon Boat Festival will fall on June 3 this year. While many of us celebrate the Festival annually, there are many little-known facts and tales regarding its origin and history. Here are some interesting facts about this popular occasion.

    • Inclusive Approach Key to Advancing Humanity

      As an ancient Chinese proverb goes, "A respected teacher should be adept at imparting professional knowledge and dispelling students' doubts." Professor Alberto Conejo, a world -renowned expert in metallurgical engineering from Mexico, certainly radiates these qualities.

    • Expats Celebrate International Museum Day

      To celebrate International Museum Day 2022, a cultural visit to the Hubei Provincial Museum was organized by the Hubei Provincial Science and Technology Department on May 19. Nearly twenty foreign experts from thirteen countries were invited to participate in the event, including the winners of the "Chime Bell Award" from Hubei.

    • Hope Placed in Youth to Create a Brighter Future

      As a foreign journalist, I have been an eyewitness to the charismatic leadership of President Xi Jinping for the last few years. I have noticed how Xi takes care of everything important for China and humanity. Being the president of a country as vast as a continent, even the smallest things that he thinks are beneficial for his people cannot escape his attention.

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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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