- Chinese premier stresses employment-first fiscal, monetary policies
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday urged to implement related fiscal and monetary policies to ensure employment and increase effective investment by broadening investment channels.
- China to prioritize employment in fiscal and monetary policies, mobilize existing assets to boost effective investment
China will adopt fiscal and monetary policies that prioritize job creation, as part of efforts to keep overall economic performance stable, according to a decision made at the State Council's Executive Meeting chaired by Premier Li Keqiang on Wednesday.
- Top legislator stresses rule of law for protecting wetlands
China's top legislator Li Zhanshu has stressed the rule of law for the protection of wetlands, calling for strict enforcement of the Wetlands Protection Law.
- Xinhua Commentary: Health, wealth no zero-sum game in China's COVID battle
In the face of mounting uncertainties due to COVID-19, one thing remains certain -- China will stick to its dynamic zero-COVID policy that has proven pragmatic and effective.
- China's AC352 helicopter completes flight test for airworthiness certification
The China-developed AC352 mid-sized utility helicopter has completed the flight test phase of the airworthiness certification process, the Aviation Industry Corporation of China (AVIC) announced Thursday.
- China issues warning for mountain torrents
The Ministry of Water Resources and the China Meteorological Administration on Thursday issued an alert for mountain torrents.
- China to continue bolstering support for unemployed people
China will continue to step up support for unemployed people to ensure their basic living needs, according to the Ministry of Human Resources and Social Security.
- Feature: Tibetan nurse rendering selfless service
A beautiful piece of embroidery adorns an office wall at Fokind Hospital in Lhasa, southwest China's Tibet Autonomous Region. For 37-year-old Sodron, the head nurse of the hospital's emergency department, this handicraft is more valuable than any expensive gift.
- Study finds glucose-like metabolite effective against COVID-19
Chinese researchers have identified a glucose-like metabolite associated with diabetes in human blood with effective antiviral activity against SARS-CoV-2.
- China Focus: China's ecology sees historic turning point: official
China's ecological environment has witnessed a historic turning point over the past decade, an official said Thursday.
- Chinese vice premier reiterates dynamic zero-COVID policy
Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan on Monday reiterated the country's adherence to the dynamic zero-COVID policy and called for efforts to consolidate hard-won achievements in fighting COVID-19.
- Chinese vice premier stresses stabilizing foreign trade, investment
Chinese Vice Premier Hu Chunhua on Monday urged more efforts to coordinate epidemic control with economic and social development, and strive to stabilize the overall performance of foreign trade and foreign investment.
- Across China: The modern life of Sherpas deep in Himalayas
After spending a day toiling in the field on the high hills, Tenzin, 27, used his smartphone to make videos of the natural beauty that surrounds him.
- China Focus: Modern technology aids China's epidemic fight
At an isolation hotel in Hefei, capital city of east China's Anhui Province, two small unmanned disinfection devices are using the elevator to make their way through a building. As they disinfect each corner of the building, an unmanned sweeper is not far behind.
- hina activates Level-IV emergency response for floods
China's State Flood Control and Drought Relief Headquarters on Monday launched a Level-IV emergency response for flood control as heavy rains are forecast to batter southern parts of the country.
- China to have 5.5 million nurses by 2025
China will have 5.5 million nurses by 2025, according to a new plan released by the National Health Commission.
- Across China: Oriental plane trees along Weiyi Road
As the rays of the morning sun shine through the tree branches landing on the shoulders of Dong Yunlan, an 85-year-old retired expert on forestry, he lays his hand on the tree's trunk and looks up to observe the growth of the leaves while taking notes from time to time.
- Govt trying to help students find jobs
Faced with employment pressures brought by a record number of college graduates and the epidemic situation, governments and schools are mulling over a series of moves to help students find jobs.
- Senior legislators meet to deliberate laws
The Council of Chairpersons of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee held a meeting on Saturday in Beijing.
- Vice premier stresses safety of self-built residential structures
Chinese Vice Premier Liu He has called for efforts to thoroughly investigate and quickly resolve the hidden dangers of self-built residential structures.
- Chinese premier stresses effort to stabilize employment, attain annual target
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has urged efforts to help as many market entities as possible to stabilize their posts and expand job opportunities.
- Across China: Remote Himalayan border town rises to modernity
After throwing a thermos, some biscuits and a harmonica into his backpack, Tashi Tsering put on his green uniform, drank the milk tea his wife gave him, and headed to his pickup truck to start a day's work in the deep Himalayas.
- China renews blue alert for rainstorms
China's National Meteorological Center on Monday renewed a blue alert for rainstorms in various parts of the country.
- Rare Malayan pangolin filmed in China
A wild Malayan pangolin has been caught on camera in Yunnan Province, southwest China. It is the first image taken in China since a Malayan pangolin was reported in 2005.
- China science, technology news summary -- May 8
The following is a summary of published science and technology news of China.
- China Focus: Expedition researchers recall their "summiting" on world's highest peak
While mountaineers climbing to the summit of snow-capped Mount Qomolangma must battle the biting cold and thin air, this epic journey is even harder for scientific researchers as they must carry heavy loads and complete their investigations.
- Vice premier inspects soybean production in NE China
Vice Premier Hu Chunhua has called for multi-pronged measures to increase soybean production and improve the country's soybean self-sufficiency capacity.
- Digital village construction brings better lives to rural residents
As China’s digital infrastructure continues to improve, the construction of digital villages has promoted the transformation of consumption patterns in rural areas, bringing convenience to rural residents and raising the quality of life for people living in rural areas.
- More supermarkets reopen in Shanghai
More supermarkets in Shanghai, which was hit hard by COVID-19, have begun resuming operations as the city has seen a decline in daily numbers of new infections.
- Chinese health official stresses importance of speed in fighting Omicron
A Chinese health official on Friday said the country has entered a new phase in its COVID-19 response, characterized by swift response measures and early intervention to cope with the highly contagious and elusive Omicron variant.