London-based think tank Z/Yen Group and the China Development Institute in Shenzhen published the 31st edition of the Global Financial Centers Index (GFCI 31) last month.
Luohu has been committed to carrying out reforms and improving institutions, and has been the first to pilot many new practices in the city of Shenzhen.
As with all the exchanges and cooperation in the pipeline, the "space-Earth talk" is not an endpoint.
This year, the number of college graduates in China could surpass 10 million. Going into such a competitive job market, what are the students planning to do? Let's find out.
We take a look at some highlights of the work done by the Chinese crew of Shenzhou-13 during their past six months in space.
Officials, researchers and netizens refuted the accusations made by the secretary general of NATO that China's response to the Russia-Ukraine conflict presents a "serious challenge."
The first phase of a makeshift emergency hospital in Hong Kong's Lok Ma Chau Loop area was officially completed and delivered on April 7.
China's National Climate Center recently unveiled its top 10 scientific events related to climate change in 2021. They reflect scientific progress in climate change and the interaction between relevant research and policymaking.
The Qingming (Pure Brightness) Festival is one of the 24 seasonal division points in China, falling on April 4-6 each year. It is the high time for spring plowing and sowing.
James Rudberg recently shared his insights on China as well as his diplomatic aspirations to help improve Sino-Canadian relationships.
This year's Qingming Festival is just around the corner. In preparation, here are some customs to know for this traditional Chinese festival.
The keyword for traditional Chinese Qingming Festival, or Tomb-sweeping Day, is the Chinese character "nian," which means remembrance or to miss someone, as people consider the festival a day of commemoration.
These acrobatic shows with vivid ethnic features are a perfect interpretation of cultural fusion, as well as the harmony and interconnection among all the Chinese ethnic groups.
With its unique cuisine, fascinating language and distinctive culture, China has something for everyone. In this series of features, we hear from several students at Cardiff University about just what led them to study Chinese.
Based on policies stipulated in the tone-setting Central Economic Work Conference and the 14th Five-year Plan, global accounting and consulting firm EY recently analyzed the top 10 highlights and potential opportunities of China's economy in 2022.