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How will China, Greece plan for further cooperation during Xi's visit?
Chinese President Xi Jinping will pay a state visit to Greece on Sunday, closely following the Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis's trip in China on November 5. With these positive trends, there's every reason to believe that more progress can be made during Xi's upcoming visit.
World
20:56, 09-Nov-2019
China's Market in Numbers: China's credit system
China has been gradually putting in place a credit score system to monitor the performance of domestic companies, with the promise of rewards for good behavior but also of sanctions if they infringe the law. So, what makes a country decide to track the credibility and reliability of its companies?
Biz Analysis
20:21, 10-Nov-2019
UN work and reforms 'at risk' as member states default
The United Nations (UN) may not have enough money for staff salaries in November if member states don't pay what they owe, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said, warning that this situation would put work and reforms "at risk."
Biz Analysis
15:03, 10-Nov-2019
How China's 'Singles' Day' became a shopping holiday
Everything is on sale for the singles at China's "Singles' Day" except for a romantic relationship.
Economy
09:43, 10-Nov-2019
Uygur actors: From niche to mainstream in China
The road to success is tough, but they are sticking to their dreams. "In 2012, I arrived in Beijing after a 40-hour train trip. Facing the bustle and hustle, my tears came running down. Now that I've come here, I must hang on," said Xirzat.
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Chinese President Xi Jinping urged on Wednesday for China and France to shoulder more responsibilities and exercise their roles as major countries, as the world is undergoing changes rarely seen in a century.
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Today's Hong Kong is becoming a site of riots, marked by severe violence against the police, continued paralysis of public facilities and disruptions to everyday life. The turmoil is dealing a heavy blow to the city's pillar sectors. HK residents are at a crossroads: either they denounce violence and restore the rule of law for a rosy future or they yield to violence of the troublemakers whose agenda is to hijack HK for their political gains. It's high time people in HK made a choice.
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China-U.S. trade tensions
The China-U.S. trade ties have been on a rollercoaster since March 23, 2018, when Washington steered the wheel down a slippery slope. It's been a bumpy ride since, with ups and downs in their bilateral relations. After 13 rounds of high-level negotiations, coupled with other coordination mechanisms, everyone is on the edge of their seats waiting for a glimmer of hope. China and the U.S. need to find ways to work together for their own benefit as well as that of the global economy.
Both China and U.S. have had constructive talks during the past two weeks, and decided to roll back tariffs in different phases, said Gao Feng, a spokesman of the Ministry of Commerce (MOFCOM), in a regular press conference on Thursday.
Economy
16:00, 07-Nov-2019
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Rare look into Xinjiang
On China's western frontier, legends shimmer in towns once vital to the ancient Silk Road. From the Taklamakan to the Pamirs, locals tell us stories in a region of unprecedented change. Four thousand kilometers east, a growing number of Uygurs are making their way in Beijing. They are at a crossroads between preserving their heritage and rectifying stereotypes. Follow us to see how Uygurs are faring in their remote hometowns as well as the bustling metropolis.
They are just a small batch of about 8,000 Uygurs living in Beijing, engaged in different professions from law enforcement to information technology. They call themselves "Beijing drifters," like around eight million other non-locals who are pursuing their dreams in the Chinese capital.
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22:51, 02-Oct-2019
I traveled to southern Xinjiang twice this summer, but I would like to learn more about the region's diverse cultures and the people whose lives are so far yet so close to those from the rest of China.
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This marks the fourth year of China's Fuxing Bullet train, the fastest high-speed rail travelling at 350 km/h to join one of the world's largest shopping extravaganza—"Double 11", also known as Singles' Day.
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16:01, 10-Nov-2019