CHINA MATTERS NEWS
The Chinese sturgeons have been living on the earth for 150 million years, but they are in danger due to human activities. In order to protect them, the Chinese Sturgeon Research Institute of China Three Gorges Corporation has continuously taken measures of artificial fertilization and release of them since the 1980s. 700 Chinese sturgeons were released into the Yangtze River on April 13. The reporters from the CIPG Digital Media Center, together with 350 volunteers went to witness the release of Chinese sturgeons!
This year marks the 55th year of diplomatic relations between China and France! The two countries have been working together on many projects, but how strong is the relationship?
The Chinese Lunar New Year is the most important Chinese festival. In 2019, it fell on February 5, and Chinese people are enjoying a seven-day holiday which started on the last day of the previous year. Local temple fairs are held during the festival period and provide a place where residents and tourists alike can enjoy performances and games and taste local snacks. The Longtan Temple Fair is one of the most popular fairs in Beijing. It has four sections, including food, intangible cultural heritage, traditional performances, as well as the ice and snow festival.
With all the talk about vaccines and anti-vaxxers, we wanted to know what Chinese parents think about vaccines. Are Chinese parents anti-vaxxers? Flu season is in full swing and with one of the largest populations in the world, how does China deal with the common flu?
Do the world really understand China, for a country with such a long history and lots of misjudgment. It is a better choice to hear these people’s advice and learn more!
Chinese President Xi Jinping delivered a keynote speech on November 17th at the APEC CEO Summit. He said that protectionism and unilateralism can only add uncertainties to the global economy. Do you agree with him?
China officially opened the world’s longest sea bridge on October 23. It was built with an investment of about 18.3 billion U.S. dollars.
China’s space capabilities and ambitions have been growing rapidly in recent years.
What do you think of the relationship between China and Japan? Will presious animals sent from China help improve it?
The world has underestimated China’s rise as a scientific power. Chinese investment is paying off with serious advances
in biotech, computing and space tech. Recently, a laboratory in Shanghai has succeeded in cloning macaque monkeys and China will become the first nation in the world to send a lunar rover
to explore the far side of the moon later this year. Check the video to see more.
This future is coming true in China. Trial operations of autonomous buses and cars in Shanghai and Beijing show China’s China’s desire to steer the automotive-tech revolution.