Month: April 2019

28 Apr

Vision China events have been previously held in B

eijing, Hangzhou, Johannesburg and London. The events have been broadcast live on inter net and multimedia platforms, reaching an international audience, particularly young people. This upcoming event will also be broadcast live on the China Daily website and ap p, as well as China Daily’s account on Sina Weibo, Tencent Video, Toutiao, Bilibili, Facebook and
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28 Apr

By now, China Railway Express (Chengdu) has linked

overseas cities and 14 Chinese cities. It has seven international railway ch annels and five international rail-sea combined channels to further open up the city. Six years ago, when the initiative was put forward, Chengdu opened the first direct freight railway to reach L odz in Poland, bridging a gap to link to Europe. Through
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27 Apr

Information from the Manned Space Agency shows

Information from the Manned Space Agency shows the core mod ule, Tianhe, with three parts-a life-support and control section, a resource s section and a connecting section. It will be equipped with three docking hatches reserved for visiti ng manned or unmanned cargo spacecraft, and two berthing locations used to connect with space laboratories. There
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27 Apr

Developments in space plans announcedious types

China aims to place a scientific research station near the moon’s south pole in about 10 years, as well as conduct other explor ation missions using astronauts on the lunar surface, a senior space official said on Wednesday. Zhang Kejian, head of the China National Space Administrati on, made the announcement at the opening ceremony
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26 Apr

Chinese-Bridge Proficiency Competition takes place in Namibia

The Confucius Institute at the University of Namibia (UNAM) Tuesday held the 18th Chin ese-Bridge Proficiency Competition for college students in the capital Windhoek. The annual Chinese language and culture proficiency competition this year saw 10 students take part in the Namibia leg. The competition was split into three categories, namely free speeches, question and
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25 Apr

In a large-scale randomized clinical study over a period

 of eight years, Ma found Chinese patients with advanced nasopharyngeal cancer suffered more side effects than benefits from the additional chemotherapy, which cost about 13,400 yuan ($2,000) per patient. The findings, published in the journal Lancet Oncology in 2012, drew the attention of Western experts, and the United States and Europe revised their treatment guidelines.
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25 Apr

The country’s central and western regions saw explo

sive year-on-year increases, with annual growth in Gansu, Guizhou and Qinghai provinces of 290 percent, 157 percent and 155 percent, respectively. The growth is inseparable from the regions’ economic strengths and potential, accord ing to Li Shunde, a senior intellectual property researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Internet-related IPR cases have been surging
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25 Apr

The country’s central and western regions saw explo

sive year-on-year increases, with annual growth in Gansu, Guizhou and Qinghai provinces of 290 percent, 157 percent and 155 percent, respectively. The growth is inseparable from the regions’ economic strengths and potential, accord ing to Li Shunde, a senior intellectual property researcher at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences. Internet-related IPR cases have been surging
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