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  • Building Bridge for China-EU Cooperation

    Dr. Christoph Schrempp, chairman of the Tianjin Branch of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (EUCCC) and general manager of Airbus Tianjin Delivery Center, is both an entrepreneur and an envoy dedicated to promoting economic and trade cooperation between China and the EU. He sat down with Science and Technology Daily recently to share his perspectives on China's opening up and its contribution to world economic recovery, while also introducing EUCCC's efforts to build a bridge for EU-China economic and trade cooperation and promote Tianjin to European companies.

  • New International Web Portal of Beijing Officially Launched

    The upgraded version of the International Web Portal of Beijing (https://english.beijing.gov.cn/) was officially unveiled on March 28. The website focuses on enhancing the development of a center for international exchanges in Beijing, offering information release, public services, consultation and communication channels. It is accessible in nine languages, including English, Korean, Japanese, German, French, Russian, Spanish, Arabic, and Portuguese. The website now offers complete online services for foreigners and foreign-funded enterprises.

  • Unveiling Nature's Wonders

    Nature is a vast and intricate masterpiece that is full of wonders to be explored. In a recent interview with Science and Technology Daily, American Professor of Plant Ecology Uromi Manage Goodale from Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University (XJTLU), painted a vivid portrait of the nature's gifts.

  • Streamlining Services for Foreigners

    China will further facilitate the work, study, and investment activities of foreign nationals in the country, as well as visa facilitation for foreign business personnel and their families, said the National Immigration Administration (NIA) during a recent press conference.

  • Daqing, My Second Home

    Saulebek Kabylbekov, an ophthalmologist from Kazakhstan, has been living in Daqing, northeast China's Heilongjiang province for 25 years. Today, he speaks Chinese with a local accent and has a fondness for sour cabbage dumplings and sweet and sour pork, two typical dishes of northeastern China's cuisine. He blends in seamlessly with the locals, having fully adapted to the rhythm of Daqing life.

  • Welding Railways of Friendship

    Before meeting the Austrian railway expert Robert Geldner, we heard from his Chinese colleagues that he has both outstanding professional skills and a great personality.Geldner, with a background of more than 20 years in industrial manufacturing technology, is an expert in material and welding technology. Currently, he is the welding director for CRRC Zhuzhou Electric Locomotive Company (CRRC ZELC), playing a pivotal role in contributing to rapid development of China's rail transit and propelling it onto the global stage.

  • A Dream Land for Studying and Working

    In 2017, Rwandan student Samuel Ntakirutimana, currently a postdoctoral researcher at Tianjin University (TJU), came to Guangzhou for the very first time, excited at the prospects of starting a new life studying in China. He referred to Guangzhou, one of the largest cities in south China, as a "dynamic and vibrant place" with many skyscrapers and crowds of bustling people. Since then, Ntakirutimana has been furthering his studies at TJU in Tianjin and gained a deep understanding of China.

  • Their Focus on China's Two Sessions

    As the Two Sessions have convened, Science and Technology Daily is privileged to present insights from nine foreign experts who have shared their perspectives on four themes, namely, Innovation, Openness, Sustainability and Inclusiveness. These interviews provide a multi-dimensional look at China's strides in promoting Chinese modernization. Through these expert insights, we hope to foster a deeper understanding of the development and cooperation opportunities that lie ahead, not just for China, but for the global community as a whole.

  • Encouraging Female Researchers to Hold up 'Half the Sky'

    In China's scientific community, female researchers are increasingly supported and provided with a flexible environment in which gender equality is well-recognized and implemented. Three foreign female experts shared their perspectives on how China is opening more doors for women in the sci-tech field.

  • China's Food Safety System Worth Learning from

    Professor Francis Gregory Snyder is an internationally recognized expert on food safety law, WTO law and EU law. He served as dean of the Law Department of the European University Institute and Honorary Professor of the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is now chair professor at School of Transnational Law, Peking University.

  • An Ethiopian Scholar Immerses in Green Development

    "China's relationship with Ethiopia has been strong for over 50 years, and it has been further strengthened by the Belt and Road Initiative, which has led to increased collaboration in various sectors, including infrastructure, economy, and cultural and social development. I also benefit greatly from the close bilateral relations," said Fayisa.

Top News

  • White tea is one of the healthiest types of tea in China. It is sourced from the tender buds of tea leaves, which are covered with a layer of white fluff after drying, thus giving the tea its name.

First China-Indonesia Scientific Mission Opens New Chapter

The first China-Indonesia joint scientific expedition in the Java Trench, the deepest point in the Indian Ocean, winded up successfully on March 28 with the research vessel, Tansuo-1 (Discovery One), returning to Sanya city in Hainan province, south China.

Universal Commitment Needed to Tackle Water Crisis

The United Nations World Water Development Report 2024 calls for global water cooperation to preserve peace.

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