China announced on Tuesday that it has completed the first high-precision airborne gravity survey for Mount Qomolangma and its surrounding region as the aircraft of the mission safely returned to Lhasa, the capital of Tibet.
Wuhan reports no new asymptomatic cases for 1st time2020-06-01
Wuhan, the city in central China's Hubei Province previously hard hit by the novel coronavirus, reported no new asymptomatic cases Sunday, the first time since the provincial capital released figures on the virus carriers showing no symptoms.
Yangtze Delta zone unites regions2020-06-01
A little more than half a year after the demonstration zone for an ecologically friendly and integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta was established, various cross-regional collaboration projects in the zone have enhanced the delta's integrated development and attracted quality resources.
Security law in HK backed by countries2020-06-01
Various countries have expressed their support for China's decision on national security legislation for Hong Kong and condemned external interference on the issue.
Civil code will advance rule of law, say legislators2020-05-23
China's first draft civil code, which is under review at the annual session of the top legislature, is essential to comprehensive advancement of the rule of law and will offer stronger protection of people's fundamental interests, national lawmakers said.
Wuhan begins mass testing for COVID-192020-05-15
The authorities in Wuhan, Hubei province, have rolled out a new round of mass testing covering the city's entire population after a recent cluster of novel coronavirus infections.
Taiwan bid at WHO firmly denounced2020-05-15
China is firmly opposed to the proposal submitted to the World Health Organization of "inviting Taiwan to participate as an observer" at this year's World Health Assembly, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said on Thursday.
Chinese gov't officials to use video links, hotlines for "two sessions"2020-05-14
Leading officials of China's cabinet departments are usually required to sit in on meetings during the country's annual national legislative and political advisory sessions as non-voting participants. But this year, amid regularized measures to prevent COVID-19, they are told to teleconference.
Track-laying progresses in Xinjiang2020-05-13
Track-laying work has picked up steam on a major railway project in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, marking huge progress for a loop line circling the Tarim Basin in northwestern China, according to the country's top railway operator.
Medical waste disposal capacity boosted2020-05-12
China has unveiled a plan to bolster its medical waste disposal capacity in the next two years, with steps to build more facilities and expand existing ones, after the novel coronavirus outbreak left many cities overloaded with such refuse.