As a foreign journalist, I have been an eyewitness to the charismatic leadership of President Xi Jinping for the last few years. I have noticed how Xi takes care of everything important for China and humanity. Being the president of a country as vast as a continent, even the smallest things that he thinks are beneficial for his people cannot escape his attention.
A doctor and a close observer of China's dynamic zero-COVID policy, Dr. Misbahul Ferdous, a Bangladeshi cardiologist working at Fuwai Hospital, National Center for Cardiovascular Diseases Beijing and also working as vice president of Asian Society of Cardiology, took time out to share his insights on the policy with Science and Technology Daily recently.
I have been living in China since 2017. Every day, I feel my life is delightful because China is a friendly country with good people, a beautiful environment, comfortable weather, delicious food, and fast development.
Dr. Eckehard Scharfschwerdt comes from a small town in Germany. In his childhood, his parents would take him to visit other European countries, where he enjoyed meeting people and learning about different cultures. After graduating from the University of Göttingen with a degree in medicine, he participated in medical aid projects in Indonesia and Nepal.
The Chinese experience in cross-border e-commerce evolution and development, can be viewed as inspiration in the context of poverty alleviation in the Global South, especially in Africa.
His story with China began with "a personal connection between the University of Oxford and China," and he still has vivid memories of his first visit to Beijing on "an extremely cold winter day."
I had just finished taking my final exam in college when my family called me and told me that I had been accepted to study in China. With great excitement, I got home and saw my admission notice from Northwestern Polytechnic University (NPU) in Xi'an, Shaanxi Province.
Since August 2019, a young Kazakh named Ruslan Tulenov has served as Senior Supervisor at the Hainan Provincial Bureau of International Economic Development (Hainan IEDB).
Habib Ur Rehman, a Pakistani expat living in Shanghai, is doing the volunteer job during the nucleic test activity.
The Silk Road was China's first economic expansion toward the West, connecting China through Central Asia and the Indian subcontinent to Europe. It wasn't only a route to connect markets and creating wealth, but was also a bridge to link people and exchange culture and knowledge.
Dr. Marie-Luce Chevalier, a Belgian/French geologist, has been working as a research professor at the Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences in Beijing since 2010.
A relending facility worth 200 billion RMB targeted at sci-tech enterprises has been set.
Even after the China-U.S. Joint Glasgow Declaration on Enhancing Climate Action in the 2020s, a declaration that ought to enhance environmental cooperation between two countries, U.S. suppression on China's new energy industry, especially the photovoltaic industry, is still not stopped.