China Demand for Quality Entertainment Booming

China’s burgeoning entertainment market has attracted more foreign players seeking partnerships with Chinese companies, according to some industry insiders in Hangzhou. The MIP China Hangzhou International Content Summit, the first event marking the Cannes-based MIP’s expansion into Asia, kicked off in the capital of Zhejiang province in May. MIP – or Marche International des Programmes […]

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Chinese Q&A on National Defense Policy

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s responded to questions posed at a recent press conference Q: What is China’s comment on South Korea’s “Sade” anti-missile system? A: China is highly concerned about the report that the US and South Korea will deploy “Sade” anti-missile system in South Korea.  This will undermine the regional strategic balance and […]

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Converting Waste into Fashion

Students at Hunan University of Technology recently held a special paper costume exhibition in Central China’s Hunan province. All costumes were made of dozens of different paper materials such as wrapping paper, discarded books and newspapers, and even toilet-paper. As freshmen majoring in clothing and dress design, the students spent about two months designing and […]

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International Cartoon and Animation Festival

The 11th China International Cartoon and Animation Festival kicked off on April 28 in the eastern city of Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province. Around 600 animation exhibitors from more than 82 countries and regions are expected to participate in the week-long event, which will have exhibitions, forums, activities and competitions. As the biggest event dedicated to animation and […]

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Farming is Becoming Fertile Ground

Farmers are the main body of modern agricultural development. Farmer professionalism is an important factor in agricultural modernization. Since 2012, a new type of professional farmer is leading the development of modern agriculture in China. The Ministry of Agriculture announced a development plan in 2012 to increase the number of professional farmers  to 20 million people by […]

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First China Bound Freight Train Leaves London

The first China-bound cargo train carrying British products left London for eastern China, highlighting another historic moment in the China-initiated Belt and Road Initiative. The cross-continent freight, loaded with 32 containers carrying products including milk powder and soft drinks, left from east London’s DP World gateway for the Chinese city of Yiwu amid cheers and […]

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China Shuts Down Live Broadcasts Deemed Vulgar

China shut down 18 live broadcasts for spreading vulgar content, China’s Internet regulator said. The Cyberspace Administration of China (CAC) said live broadcast platforms, such as hongxingzhibo and mitaoxiu, were spreading illegal content because of the lack of a supervision mechanism. It added that some of the female broadcasters were wearing skimpy and seductive clothing, […]

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