How rural revitalization strategy improves people’s life in China?
The movie, Coffee or Tea, hit 300 million RMB at the box office in 2020 and drew great attention to the recent trend that more people have started developing their business in China’s rural areas. In this episode, Newsgd.com invited Gianluca Zoppa, an Italian actor who played a role in the movie to share insight into the rural revitalization strategy and how it helps to improve people’s livelihood in China.
Tiaoshun Bridge opens to cross-sea traffic in Guangdong, to facilitate Greater Bay Area communications
Just three days ahead of the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC), a new cross-sea bridge was inaugurated in South China on Monday to link the western part of Guangdong Province with the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area.
Press conference held for CPC centennial celebrations
The Press Center for Celebration of the 100th Anniversary of the Founding of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Sunday held its first press conference in Beijing.
China releases new videos, images from Mars probe Tianwen-1
The China National Space Administration (CNSA) on Sunday released new videos and images of the country's Mars probe Tianwen-1 landing on and exploring the red planet.
Guangzhou to conduct new round of COVID-19 nucleic acid testing
Guangzhou plans to complete another round of nucleic acid testing for COVID-19 before the end of June, local health authorities said Friday.
New footbridge opens across Pearl River in Guangzhou
A new pedestrian bridge across the Pearl River was officially opened on Friday, adding a new iconic structure to Guangzhou, Guangdong province.
BRI partners pledge closer cooperation for pandemic response, economic recovery
Countries in the Asia-Pacific region have pledged to enhance cooperation on COVID-19 vaccines and green development under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) by forging a closer partnership.
Guangzhou reduces corporate burden by over 30 billion yuan to offset COVID impact
To alleviate difficulties of enterprises brought by this round of COVID-19 in Guangzhou, the city launched 9 measures, including to provide financial support and tax exemptions to reduce corporate burden by over 30 billion yuan.
National aerospace scientists give lectures, meet students in Hong Kong
Mainland aerospace scientists started on Wednesday to give lectures and meet students on Hong Kong campuses.
2022 Olympics' benefits already seen
With eight months until the Beijing 2022 Winter Olympics open, benefits are already being seen in the promotion of winter sports and the development of venues and infrastructure, an organizing committee report said.
In the past month, Ming Qingzhong, a university professor in Yunnan, has been closely monitoring 15 wild Asian elephants that have traveled 500 kilometers north from their habitat in the south of the province.
Ukrainian actor explores Chinese history from hot TV drama
In this episode, we invited Alex Yu, a Ukrainian actor who played Nikolski in the TV drama "The Age of Awakening", to recall an epoch-making event for the world - the founding of the Communist Party of China.
Singers and volunteers from the Greater Bay Area sang a song to fight against the COVID-19
A group of singers and volunteers from the Guangdong - Hong Kong - Macao Greater Bay Area (GBA) brought a warm song to fight against the COVID-19 pandemic in the world.
Young people learn Party history in innovative ways
Learning about the history of the Communist Party of China has seen an upsurge among Chinese young people, as they gain wisdom from it being told in increasingly innovative and appealing ways.
Governments encouraged to give private schools more support
Local governments should offer more policy support to private schools to encourage their development, including subsidies, tax breaks and priority in land use, according to a new regulation.