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“Meet in the home of Confucius and Mencius, Enjoy the culture in Jining” Together with CNS, Jining tells stories of Chinese culture to the world

By Lynn | 2022/5/21

CNS On May 18, the launching ceremony and media briefing of the online promotion activity at home and abroad called “ Meet in the home of Confucius and Mencius, Enjoy the culture in Jining” was held in Beijing and Jining virtually, and the global essay contest with the theme of “Cultural Jining” was launched simultaneously. … Read more“Meet in the home of Confucius and Mencius, Enjoy the culture in Jining” Together with CNS, Jining tells stories of Chinese culture to the world

Nova Scotia families to save hundreds each month in child care fees

By Lynn | 2022/1/14

January 14, 2022 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister’s Office Too many families across Canada lack access to affordable, inclusive, and high-quality child care. That is why the Government of Canada has laid out a plan to provide Canadian parents with, on average, $10-a-day child care spaces for children under six years old. This plan will make … Read moreNova Scotia families to save hundreds each month in child care fees

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds 36th call with premiers on COVID-19 response

By Lynn | 2022/1/12

January 10, 2022 Ottawa, Ontario Prime Minister’s Office Today, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities Dominic LeBlanc held the 36th call with Canada’s provincial and territorial premiers to discuss their ongoing collaboration to address the COVID-19 pandemic. First Ministers discussed the COVID-19 Omicron variant of concern, noting that its … Read morePrime Minister Justin Trudeau holds 36th call with premiers on COVID-19 response

Unreasonable and Useless Boycott

By Albert H. | 2021/12/7

Hong Tian On November 16, 2021, the leaders of China and the United States held a virtual meeting. Shortly after the talks, the US presidential office claimed that the US government was considering a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. This prompted some other governments to say they would consider the boycott too. What … Read moreUnreasonable and Useless Boycott

How Large is China’s “Tianxia”(天下)?

By Lynn | 2021/11/30

China and Chinese people has managed to form and insisted the view of“TianXia” (天下) throughout their thousands years of history. It is more than a geographical view, and “TianXia” can be far larger than we can imagine. According to Dr. Gan Chunsong, Professor of Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Vice Director of Confucius Research … Read moreHow Large is China’s “Tianxia”(天下)?

Kickstarting the Fall Semester: Lanzhou Elementary and Secondary Schools Students Captivated by the Educational “Soybean Ballad” Story

By Lynn | 2021/9/7

Written by Song Zixin / Translated by Annie C. On September 1, the City of Lanzhou No. 14 Middle School’s Symphony Orchestra performs the “Soybean Ballad”. Song Zixin /CNS Reciting the lyrics of the “Soybean Ballad”, which promotes the nutrients and benefits of the self-titled legume and its resiliency, students of the City of Lanzhou’s … Read moreKickstarting the Fall Semester: Lanzhou Elementary and Secondary Schools Students Captivated by the Educational “Soybean Ballad” Story

2021 SSACEIF Held Online, New Opportunities for International Cooperation in the Post-Epidemic Era

By Albert H. | 2021/8/27

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

An Unusual Fraud Case: Meng’s Case Entering the Final Phase of the Hearings, Can five questions raised by the judge help Meng regain freedom?

By Lynn | 2021/8/19

Dahe Meng Wanzhou returned to court this week to attend the final phase of her extradition hearings, which began on August 4, 2021. During last week’s hearings, the judge identified several material loopholes regarding the Crown’s allegations. Analysts commented that the questions raised by the judge appeared to shake the very foundations of the Crown’s … Read moreAn Unusual Fraud Case: Meng’s Case Entering the Final Phase of the Hearings, Can five questions raised by the judge help Meng regain freedom?

Huawei Launches a Range of New Products Powered by HarmonyOS 2

By Lynn | 2021/6/3

Huawei launched a range of new products powered by HarmonyOS 2 today, giving consumers access to a seamless and truly intelligent experience across multiple devices in all different types of scenarios. “One as all, all as one. We are living in a world where all things are connected and intelligent. Not a single one of … Read moreHuawei Launches a Range of New Products Powered by HarmonyOS 2

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Shanshan Zhang, director of Paradise Program and her film world

By Albert H. | 2020/8/7

  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