On August 25, the 2021 South and Southeast Asia Commodity Expo and Investment Fair (hereinafter referred to as the “2021 SSACEIF”) was launched online in Kunming, to provide businessmen with a “cloud” exhibition platform in multiple ways such as online negotiation, live broadcast and electronic signing, multiple angles and multiple languages, to promote new breakthroughs … Read more2021 SSACEIF Held Online, New Opportunities for International Cooperation in the Post-Epidemic Era
Shanshan Zhang Shanshan Zhang, an extraordinary award-winning Chinese independent filmmaker who has a Master of Fine Art degree in Filmmaking from Maryland Institute College of Art in 2019, and received a bachelor degree of Arts, majored in Television Playwriting, Directing and Editing at Communication University of China in 2014. As Director, screenwriter, producer, editor … Read moreShanshan Zhang, director of Paradise Program and her film world
By Hong Tian In late December of 2019, a new type of pneumonia emerged in Wuhan, China. In the beginning, it was regarded and treated as a common infection. However, when more than a dozen of the same cases occurred, doctors who had previous experience fighting the SARS plague suspected it was a new serious … Read moreThe Challenge Will Undoubtedly be Overcome!
“You are a part of me and I am a part of you.” It is a vivid description of harmonious ethnic relations in Guangxi, which is also the foundation of Guangxi’s brilliant achievements in the 60 years’ development. Guangxi Zhuang autonomous region was founded in 1958.People usually refer to Guangxi as Zhuangxiang (the hometown of the … Read moreGuangxi:People Enjoy Bright Future of Ethnic Unity
On April 5, the Globe and Mail published an article titled “WTO rules are the first casualty in the China-U.S. shoving match”, which commented on the China-U.S. trade dispute. Instead of criticizing the U.S. for provoking the dispute in the first place, the article accused the way China chose to defend its own rights and … Read moreRemarks of the Spokesperson of the Chinese Embassy in Canada on the Globe and Mail’s article Accusing China to retaliate against the United States by skipping the WTO
BOAO, China, April 8 (Xinhua) — Over a year ago, Chinese President Xi Jinping vigorously defended free trade at the World Economic Forum annual meeting in Davos, impressing the world with China’s staunch support for globalization. That defense has become more relevant today. Globalization, the historic process which has brought different countries and peoples closer … Read moreCommentary: From Davos to Boao, globalization needs boost at defining moment
BEIJING, Nov. 10 (Xinhua) — The Asia-Pacific region is expected to continue driving world economic growth and protect free trade at a time when nations are grappling with how to manage economic globalization. Accounting for about 60 percent of global gross domestic product, the 21-member Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) makes up nearly half of world … Read moreCommentary: Asia-Pacific plays important role in mapping out free, open trade regime
by He Jing BEIJING, Nov. 9 (Xinhua) — Leaders of 21 Pacific rim economies are set to renew their endeavors to advance regional integration and forge stronger partnership at the upcoming Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) Economic Leaders’ Meeting in Da Nang, Vietnam. Chinese initiatives that emphasize the concepts of openness, cooperation and sharing in global … Read moreSpotlight: Chinese initiatives steer APEC toward close, win-win cooperation