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  • Wu Qin Xi: A Classical Indoor Exercise

    Hua  Tuo,  a  renowned  ancient Chinese physician, was a pioneer in developing numerous classical ways of promoting health and well-being. He attached great importance to the benefits of moderate exercise in preventing diseases.

  • Ai Aiguo: A Welding Craftsman of the Nation

    A celebration was held to honor ten craftsmen of 2021 by the All‑China Federation of Trade Unions and China Media Group. Among the ten is Ai Aiguo, welding consultant at Xiangtan Iron & Steel Co., Ltd. of Hunan Valin.

  • Little Bee:A Breakthrough for Marginal Oil Field Exploitation

    Nicked named "Little Bee," Ocean Oil 163, China's first independently designed and built offshore wellhead platform, which is mobile and self-elevated, began production at the Weizhou12-8E oil field in the Beibu Gulf of the South China Sea on April 8, according to the China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).

  • Let A Robot Help You Clean the Pool

    Swimming pool cleaning and maintenance relies mainly on manual labor and handheld cleaning tools, which is a hard work for most people. To make the process more convenient and less strenuous, pool cleaning robots were invented, and are now proving a big hit in one of the most lucrative markets in the world.

  • Bringing Life to the Sea of Sand

    China has been committed to combating desertification for seven decades and achieved a historic transformation.

  • Mafeisan: First Anesthetic in the World

    It is recorded that Mafeisan, the first anesthetic drug in the world, was created by Dr. Hua Tuo for surgical operations.

  • Acupuncture and Moxibustion:Intangible Cultural Heritage

    Acupuncture and moxibustion, two therapies in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) originated in ancient China and developed over thousands of years by Chinese practitioners.

  • Sci-tech Reinforces Nation's Maritime Capacity

    Marine science and technology is a crucial aspect of national development.

  • Wetland Protection in China Benefits All Life

    2022 marks the 30th anniversary of China's joining the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance adopted in 1971.

  • Traditional Chinese Woodcraft: Magical Joints

    In ancient China, there existed a kind of "magic technology" that could make solid wooden structures without the use of nails or glue. It's known as a mortise and tenon structure, which is a concave-convex joint used to connect two sections of wood. You can see this structure in a corbel bracket (dougong).

  • Brain-computer Interface A Reality

    The new tool is composed of 2 μm size electrode points placed on the brain to maximize the protection of brain function and minimize the probability of disability and death from surgery. It can be applied to fields like brain-computer interface for rehabilitation of paralyzed patients.

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  • Hua  Tuo,  a  renowned  ancient Chinese physician, was a pioneer in developing numerous classical ways of promoting health and well-being. He attached great importance to the benefits of moderate exercise in preventing diseases.

Tech Blueprint Laid out for Transport Sector

China has unveiled a five-year plan on developing transport technologies to drive green, smart and digital transformation of the transport sector.

Mateverse: Lower Your Expectations on Its Investments

Since Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook's morphing into Meta and its metaverse concept, the somewhat obscure new evolution of social connection has become very popular. Despite not being fully understood, many people are still willing to hop onto the investing bandwagon, believing it could be a lucrative opportunity to get rich quickly.