Electronic information manufacturing sector maintains fast expansion

China’s electronic information manufacturing sector continued to steadily expand over the first five months of the year, data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) shows. The added value

Covid-19 | Taiwan’s push to shortcut vaccine approval sparks debate

At the end of May, Chen Pei-jer, a member of an expert committee in Taiwan to evaluate COVID-19 vaccines for use on the island, resigned. Chen’s resignation came after he learned

Covid-19 | Experts question if WHO should lead pandemic origins probe

As the World Health Organization draws up plans for the next phase of its probe of how the coronavirus pandemic started, an increasing number of scientists say the U.N. agency

Chinese astronauts make first space walk outside new station

Two astronauts made the first space walk on yesterday outside China’s new orbital station to work on setting up a 15-meter long robotic arm. Liu Boming and Tang Hongbo were shown

Hong Kong | Police officer’s condition improves after stabbing

A Hong Kong police officer who was stabbed in the back has been moved from critical to serious condition, officials said Friday, indicating a likely recovery from the incident in

Xi reviews CPC historical mission in address

 Speech at a Ceremony Marking the Centenary of the Communist Party of China July 1, 2021 Comrades and friends, Today, the first of July, is a great and solemn day in the history of

Official calls on G20 members to advance partnership spirit

Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi Tuesday called on the Group of 20 (G20) members to promote the spirit of partnership and put forward suggestions for joint efforts. Wang

Taiwan | Boy dies after being repeatedly slammed in judo class

A 7-year-old Taiwanese boy has died after being repeatedly slammed by his coach and others at a judo class. The boy, identified only by his surname, Huang, was taken off life

Chinese take pride, genuine joy in CPC’s landmark anniversary, defy West’s smears

With a dazzling light show illuminating the night sky of the Chinese capital Beijing, thousands of drones soaring simultaneously into the sky in the southern city of Shenzhen to form

Communist Party of China now has over 95 million members

The Communist Party of China (CPC) has 95.148 million members as of June 5, the Organization Department of the CPC Central Committee announced yesterday. Membership was 3.5 percent up from the

Xi to address grand gathering celebrating CPC centenary

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, will attend a grand gathering celebrating the CPC centenary at Tian’anmen Square in Beijing today. Xi, also Chinese

Xi awards highest Party honor to role models

Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, yesterday conferred the July 1 Medal, the Party’s highest honor, on model CPC members. A total of 29

Xinhua issues research report on CPC’s political commitment

New China Research (NCR), the think tank of Xinhua News Agency, on Monday released a research report on the political commitment of the Communist Party of China (CPC) ahead of

Xinhua Commentary-Explainer | National spirit behind China’s success in fighting COVID-19, poverty 

BEIJING, June 28 (Xinhua) -- In the run-up to its centenary this year, the Communist Party of China (CPC) demonstrated its exemplary governance capability by leading the Chinese people in

Apple Daily | Editorial writer arrested at Hong Kong’s airport

An editorial writer of the now-defunct Hong Kong pro-democracy newspaper Apple Daily was arrested at the airport on Sunday night while attempting to leave the city, local media reported. Local newspaper

Marking centenary, China heralds Communist Party’s influence

China is marking the centenary of its ruling Communist Party this week by heralding what it says is its growing influence abroad, along with success in battling corruption at home. Party

Blinken meets Pope Francis, gets VIP tour of Sistine Chapel

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken yesterday received VIP treatment at the Vatican, getting a private tour of the Sistine Chapel before he sat down for closed-door talks with Pope

Security chief named Hong Kong No. 2 official amid clampdown

China on Friday promoted Hong Kong’s top security official to the territory’s No. 2 spot as Beijing looks to the government of the Asian financial hub to clamp down on

China says no strings attached to vaccine shipments overseas

China said Saturday that it provides vaccines to other countries with no political conditions attached, responding to a story by The Associated Press saying China pressured Ukraine into withdrawing from

Gov’t condemns US imposing sanctions on Chinese enterprises

China strongly condemns the United States imposing sanctions on Chinese companies based on lies and disinformation, according to a spokesperson for China’s foreign ministry yesterday. Spokesperson Zhao Lijian also said that

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