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A farmer displays newly-harvested pumpkins in Xujiaba Township, Sinan County of southwest China's Guizhou Provin...
Advisers' key proposal beefs up poverty alleviation fight
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A key proposal made last year by national political advisers about consolidating the gains in poverty alleviation in China's western region over the next five years after eliminating extreme poverty in the country will be incorporated into the country's 14th Five-Year Plan (2021-25).
World political parties oppose interference in other countries' affairs in name of human rights
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Political parties and organizations from more than 80 countries reached a consensus on Monday, expressing opposition to interference in other countries' internal affairs under the pretext of human rights.
Better rural living to follow end of poverty
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As China has removed the last remaining counties from the poverty list, the nation will shift the focus from poverty eradication to rural vitalization to improve living conditions in rural areas.
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The United States would forgo $190 billion from its gross domestic product annually by 2025, or roughly 1 percent of its GDP at last year's level, if it were to fully decouple with China, a scenario that would force the US aviation industry alone to shed up to 225,000 jobs, according to analysis by the US Chamber of Commerce and Rhodium Group.
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A Chinese spokesperson on Thursday rebuked some Western politicians for questioning the impartiality of the recent coronavirus origin-tracing study by a World Health Organization (WHO) mission in China.
Why people believe in Chinese vaccines
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We hope the US soon reconnects with China and the EU to reach a consensus on vaccine manufacturing and supply, so as to save human lives.
Turning point in history
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The year 2020 marks an extraordinary turning point in human history. The COVID-19 pandemic has been intertwined with volatile uncertainties unseen in a century, transforming the whole world and reshaping the future of humanity.
Time to promote healthy, stable development of China-U.S. relations
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It is time for the United States to work with China to enhance cooperation.
The Year of the Ox and a new Mars spring
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With Spring Festival upon us as we enter into the Chinese New Year, many of us are looking with hope to the future. It is apt that at the cusp of this new year, there is optimism on the horizon.
Fear and favor prompt UK partisan attack on CGTN
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What they fear is not only the different voices that, if unchecked, might expose to their own people their lies about the world, but more importantly their hypocritical nature.
The world hopes to see healthy Sino-US relations
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With the Joe Biden administration busy reversing the previous administration's policies, there is hope it would also reverse the regressive trend former president Donald Trump's set for China-US relations.
Chinese vaccines curbing COVID-19 around the world
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With the arrival of Chinese Sinopharm vaccines in Islamabad amid the second phase of the COVID-19 pandemic, Pakistan has kicked off a vaccination campaign on the largest scale in the country to tackle the disease by aiming to save precious lives.
Aviation sector must embrace green recovery
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It's time all industries and all sections of society worldwide collaborated closely to overcome the environmental challenge and the aviation sector embraced the green path of recovery in the post-COVID-19 era.
Can US-China relations 'reset' in the Biden era?
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The US should begin to accept that world systems change, old powers fade and new major countries rise. With eyes open, this can potentially be the first step toward resetting China-US relations.
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In a phone call with his Philippine counterpart on Thursday, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken made public the new US administration's intentions to carry on its predecessor's practice of meddling in affairs related to the South China Sea.
China walks the talk in pursuit of multilateralism
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At a time when the deadly coronavirus is still raging in many parts of the world and humanity is encountering a raft of global challenges and crises rarely seen in history, no one can survive without joining forces and working together with others.
Biden team must drop anti-China bias
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Biden should not be deterred from capitalizing on the offer by the sterile hatred of his predecessors for other countries or the temptations of their own rhetoric.
Is Biden's China team fit for the job?
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The perception gap remains wide, and reaching across the divide will not be easy. But only through cooperation can global issues such as the pandemic and climate change be properly addressed.
Xi's speech on multilateralism bolsters joint response to challenges, say experts
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Chinese President's remarks on Monday have boosted confidence in upholding multilateralism, experts said.
China's recovery key to global growth
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A year ago, China became the first major economy to mobilize resources to contain the outbreak. Unlike other major economies, China has managed to largely contain the virus. Its economy has rebounded. And recovery has picked up pace.
China's sanction aims at rectifying Sino-US ties
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On Thursday China announced sanctions against outgoing US secretary of state Mike Pompeo and 27 other officials in Trump administration for seriously violating China's sovereignty and derailing China-US ties. Five experts share their views with China Daily on this issue. Excerpts follow:
China-US relations likely to improve, experts say
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The China-US relationship is likely to start a new chapter marked by more stability and constructiveness after Joe Biden enters the White House, as the new US president seems more pragmatic and advocates cooperation, analysts said.
China-bashing fix for addiction to hegemony
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It is no less unfortunate for American people than for Chinese people that Washington's alt­-right politicians, who have been desperate to promote their political persuasions and ideology, have indulged in a China-­bashing frenzy of late.
What shifting US politics means for China
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Biden has already announced his administration's key diplomatic and national security staff, and by the look of it, the establishment of the past is set to return.
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