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Water-milled tea, a Hani taste of fragrance
Travel&Culture
At the Wulichong tea garden, south Yunnan’s Mengzi city, tea leaves are kneaded by a grinder which is tied to a rotating water wheel. Because the grinder is indirectly driven by flowing water, local people also call the tea thus made "water-milled tea".
China, Russia vow firm mutual support
News
Noting that the international situation is changing rapidly, Xi stressed that it is very necessary for China and Russia, as comprehensive strategic partners of coordination, to strengthen strategic communication and cooperation. China will firmly support Russia's development path that fits its own national conditions.
Nanmi: A classic dipping sauce in Dai cuisine
Travel&Culture
In the Dai cuisine, what has fascinated us the most are those bowls of spicy and sour dipping sauces placed on table, called nanmi. Having sour bamboo shoots, peanuts or tamarillos in them, these classic sauces help add a completely new layer of flavor to plates.
Top political advisor stresses consolidation of Tibet's enduring peace, stability
Society
During the three-day tour that started Monday, he visited villages relocated for poverty relief, pasturing areas, industrial parks and religious venues in Xigaze and Lhasa.
Country to remain competitive supply chain choice for overseas firms
News
Thanks to the nation's ongoing recovery from the epidemic, China saw FDI growth in the nonfinancial sector jump on a yearly basis by 11.8 percent in April and 7.5 percent in May, justifying global investors' confidence in the market, the Ministry of Commerce said.
Slender-billed vulture spotted in SW Yunnan
News
The forest police in southwest Yunnan’s Jinggu County recently rescued a large bird, which, experts say, turned out to be the slender-billed vulture, an endangered species. It’s the first time that the bird was spotted in the province.
Economy poised to make quick recovery
Society
China's economy has staged a fast recovery from the COVID-19 impact, with the year-on-year GDP growth likely to turn positive at above 2 percent in the second quarter of the year, economists said.
Qibie: a village enriched by rural tourism
Travel&Culture
Qibie is a village embraced by the Hengduan Mountains in northwest Yunnan’s Diqing Tibetan autonomous prefecture. Key scenic spots nearby include the National Park of Black Snub-Nosed Monkey, a thousand-year-old ginkgo tree as well as the Qizhongshen Spring.

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China, India reach positive consensus on easing border situation
News
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a telephone conversation on Sunday evening with Indian National Security Advisor Ajit Doval, during which the two sides reached positive consensus on easing their border situation.
A new chapter in China-Arab relations
News
Given the current situation as the world faces the challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, it is more necessary than ever for China and Arab countries to increase cooperation and join hands to tackle difficulties.
China plans more maglev lines
News
China will add up to nine magnetic levitation railroads of over 1,000 kilometers in total length into its service network in the long term to boost regional connectivity and high-end equipment manufacturing.
China-Laos railway progresses steadily
Neighbor
The station has combined both Chinese and Laotian cultural elements with modern construction styles, aiming to build a customer-friendly and environment-friendly station.

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