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  • Electric Vehicle: An Irreversible Trend

    The exports of China's new energy vehicle (NEV) sector soared by 77.6 percent in 2023, reaching 1.2 million units, ranking first in the world for the ninth consecutive year.

  • Commercial Spaceflight Develops at Rocket Speed

    In recent years, China's commercial spaceflight has shifted into a period of rapid development, and its market volume has exceeded one trillion RMB, becoming an important complement to China's space industry and injecting new momentum into the development of new quality productive forces.

  • Sipping Green Tea in Spring

    For tea enthusiasts, the changing of seasons is a prelude to the much awaited first cup of spring tea. Sipping fresh green tea in early spring seems to physically herald the arrival of the season of blossoms. Among all tea categories, green tea is the first to hit market shelves each year, and the most produced and consumed tea in China, accounting for 50-60 percent of total tea sales.

  • Black Tea: China's Gift to the World

    Black tea originated in China and spread to the world. Today, it accounts for more than 80 percent of the global tea market.

  • Chinese Researchers Give Hope to Women with Alzheimer's

    Researchers from Tianjin institutions have achieved a breakthrough for personalized treatment of Alzheimer's disease in women, creating a tailored nanomedicine designed specifically for women.

  • Ancient Hand Warmer:a Hot Item

    The hand warmer, a small, often square or round mini portable furnace filled with burning charcoal, with a hollow lid on top, is one of the innovative winter heating devices used in ancient China. Usually made of copper or enamel, the hand warmer could fit in the hand or be placed in the sleeve for heating, similar to the heating pads used today.

  • Chinese Scientists Make Breakthrough in fNIRS Imaging Technology

    A research team from Beihang University (BUAA) has developed fNIRS brain imaging equipment with over 100-channels. Based on fNIRS imaging technology, an intelligent disease diagnosis and treatment model has also been established.

  • Yongle Porcelain: Pinnacle of Ancient White China

    Yongle porcelain, also called sweet white porcelain, was produced during the Ming Dynasty's Yongle period (1403-1424), and features a special glaze giving a smooth and creamy appearance. This kind of porcelain was described in ancient times as "white like congealed fat, immaculate like piled-up snow," denoting the highest level of ancient Chinese white porcelain.

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  • The exports of China's new energy vehicle (NEV) sector soared by 77.6 percent in 2023, reaching 1.2 million units, ranking first in the world for the ninth consecutive year.

Joint Efforts to Build World's Largest Radio Telescope

China was right there in the early conversations about what the future of radio astronomy might look like, and has played a critical role in creating the world's largest and most advanced radio telescope - the Square Kilometer Array (SKA).

Report Details China’s High-quality Growth in Five Sectors

A new report, titled China’s "Compounding Interest”: High-Quality Development and Outlook for 2035", was released at an international symposium in Beijing on March 31. Compiled by five think tanks in collaboration, from China, the U.S., Russia, Canada and India, the report illustrates the achievements of China’s high-quality development in five major sectors in the past few years with detailed data.

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