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Better execution of job-promotion policies can stabilize market
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Look at what job-seeker Hu Yi, 25, armed with a master's degree in data analysis from New York University Shanghai, has to contend with these days.
France, China should join forces to meet challenges for good of humanity, experts say
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After leaders of China and France talked on bilateral ties, French experts have said that Europe, including France, should strengthen cooperation with China to meet challenges for the good of humanity.
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A multilingual e-commerce platform, available in Chinese, Uygur, Tibetan, Mongolian and English, selling China's distinctive agricultural products has begun its trial run.
Annual sales of Luxi vegetables exceed 3 billion yuan
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Since supplying vegetables to the G20 Hangzhou summit in 2016, east Yunnan’s Luxi County has increased vegetable growing, with its annual vegetables sales exceeding 3 billion yuan and the acreage reaching 13,000 hectares.
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A unique stage play titled Story Pawnshop was recently performed in Kunming, capital of Yunnan province, leaving audiences enchanted.
Minister calls for win-win economic ties with US
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China is ready to strengthen economic and trade exchanges with the United States, and carry out cooperation on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit, Minister of Commerce Wang Wentao said on Wednesday.
Yunnan botanists take the lead in identifying 2,189 edible mushrooms worldwide
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The article “Reviewing the world’s edible mushroom species: A new evidence-based classification system” was recently published on Comprehensive Reviews in Food Science and Food Safety, an internationally renowned journal.
Yunnan offers free rides back to work
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More than 600 migrant workers from 13 cities and 139 towns in Yunnan province returned to work with the help of a free train on Saturday.
CPC100: Party leads China's transformation
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In downtown Shanghai, a historic alley house with a brick and timber structure often catches the eye of passers-by.
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Nearly 44.3 million people are covered by China's urban and rural subsistence allowances at present, said a senior civil affairs official Tuesday.
WHO expert accuses Western media of distorting information on Wuhan trip
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"There was a lot of data ready when we arrived," Thea Kolsen Fischer, professor of virus epidemics and infections at the University of Copenhagen, said in an interview published by the Danish newspaper Politiken.
China firmly opposes Canada's Xinjiang-related motion
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China strongly condemns and firmly opposes a Xinjiang-related motion of Canada's House of Commons, and has lodged stern representations with Canada, a foreign ministry spokesperson said on Tuesday.
Traditional operas increasingly staged in old courtyards
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For many lovers of traditional Kunqu Opera The Peony Pavilion, a century-old mansion in Kunming, capital of Yunnan province, has emerged as a go-to place to enjoy the classical romance.
Rules tighten in e-lending to cut risks
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The latest regulatory requirements for commercial banks' online lending facilitated by third-party partners will encourage fintech companies to cooperate with banks in customer acquisition and risk control areas, or form technology partnerships with banks while discouraging third parties to offer joint loans with banks, experts said.
High life raises wages and pressure
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Moving up and down a rope, stretching his arms wide to wipe as large an area as possible, the life of external wall cleaner Shang Qianjin hangs on two cables 14 millimeters in diameter whenever he works high in the air.
Chinese becomes an official language of the UNWTO
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The United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and the Spanish government have officially announced that starting from January 25, 2021, Chinese has formally become an official language of UNWTO.
China issues No.1 central document, highlights rural vitalization
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China unveiled its "No. 1 central document" for 2021 on Sunday, stressing efforts to comprehensively accelerate rural vitalization and the modernization of agriculture and rural areas.
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Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi on Monday called on U.S. policymakers to abandon biases, give up unwarranted suspicions, and move to bring the China policy back to reason to ensure a healthy and steady development of China-U.S. relations.
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A critically endangered wild duck has been spotted in a wetland in southwest China's Yunnan Province, according to local authorities.
China urges U.S. to properly handle trade disputes for stable, sound ties
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China on Friday called on the United States to expand economic and trade cooperation while properly handling disputes with China on the basis of mutual respect, equality and mutual benefit.
Revealing truth on border clashes with India to help understand events: spokesperson
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China has published relevant reports and revealed the truth on the border clashes with India, and this will help people understand the truth and the rights and wrongs of these events, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying said here Friday.
Winning hearts via people-to-people diplomacy
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The year 2020 was an extraordinary year for the world, especially because of the challenge the COVID-19 posed to the global economy and international community. In the face of the complex international situation, China has, as always, upheld the vision of building a community with a shared future for mankind, advanced major-country diplomacy with Chinese characteristics, boosted the global fight against the pandemic, and promoted global peace and development.
Boosting rural consumption key to economy
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Boosting consumption has been a major topic of discussion at many recent local legislative conferences, with many provincial-level administrations setting targets for social retail consumption growth this year. Hainan, Shanxi, and Yunnan provinces are targeting growth rates higher than 10 percent, while Henan, Shaanxi and Gansu provinces are targeting over 7 percent growth.
Hope springs from ancient terraced paddies
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For over 1,300 years, the Hani people in Southwest China have plowed rice terraces that appear to cascade down the lush hillsides and form a spectacular view. The terraced fields in Yuanyang county, Yunnan province, made it onto the UNESCO World Heritage list in 2013. The agricultural wonder was created by the Hani, an ethnic group that mostly inhabits an area near the Ailao Mountains.
China promotes global vaccine equity
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China is contributing its fair share to help ease the global shortfall in COVID-19 vaccines as it expands assistance to countries in dire need, advances vaccine-related cooperation with eligible partners, boosts vaccine exports and gears up production.
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