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  • China-made Tunnel in Nepal Brings Farmers Hope

    A 13.3-km-long irrigation tunnel has been completed in Nepal's Sindhuli district a year ahead of schedule, thanks to help from Chinese construction teams.

  • Science Diplomacy: Advancing Tech for Good to Benefit Humanity

    "Science has no borders and benefits all mankind" is the call proposed by the Chinese government in its International Science and Technology Cooperation Initiative released globally in 2023.

  • TCM Healing Mission Wraps Up in South Africa

    Doctors consulted among themselves, there was the clatter of medical equipment and a long line of people, including both South Africans and Chinese living in Johannesburg, waited patiently for their turn.

  • Milestone Engine Debuts at Tianjin

    The world's most efficient commercial diesel engine made its debut at the inauguration of the 2024 World Congress on Internal Combustion Engines in Tianjin on April 20.Weichai Power Co. introduced the engine with a brake thermal efficiency exceeding 53 percent, a milestone for both the industry and key technologies like high-expansion combustion and high-efficiency fuel injection. Weichai estimates that if the technologies are used extensively, China can save nearly 20 million tons of fuel and reduce carbon emissions by over 60 million tons annually. This will help to accelerate the realization of China's "carbon peak and carbon neutrality" goals

  • Space Day Highlights Joint Exploration

    China celebrated the ninth Space Day on April 24, with a spectrum of events. The theme this year was "Look Afar to Cosmos and Join Together for Space".

  • Paris Hosts Franco-Chinese Cultural Exchange on Waters' Edge

    As part of the programs marking the 2024 Franco-Chinese Year of Cultural Tourism, the Paris section of the first season of "Our Water: Flowing from Shanghai – Intercultural Dialogues among World Cities" kicked off in Paris on April 18.

  • UNESCO Proposal Inspires Collaboration on Karst Research

    An initiative to promote global karst science and technology cooperation, urging all parties to strengthen exchanges and cooperation in karst geological research, was released by the International Research Center on Karst, under the auspices of UNESCO in Beijing on April 16.

  • China, Thailand sign MoUs on Space Cooperation

    The China National Space Administration and the Thai Ministry of Higher Education, Science, Research and Innovation signed two memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on April 5 for exploration and peaceful use of outer space and cooperation on the International Lunar Research Station.

  • First China-Indonesia Scientific Mission Opens New Chapter

    The first China-Indonesia joint scientific expedition in the Java Trench, the deepest point in the Indian Ocean, winded up successfully on March 28 with the research vessel, Tansuo-1 (Discovery One), returning to Sanya city in Hainan province, south China.

  • Healthy Lifestyle Helps Brain to Scrap Its Waste

    While a healthy lifestyle, such as eating a balanced diet and exercising regularly, is known to be beneficial for the body, its effect on the mind was not clear. However, researchers from the Nedergaard group at the University of Rochester Medical Center have discovered how a healthy lifestyle correlates with improved brain function. The findings were detailed in a 2018 study published in Neuroscience Letters.

  • Joint Efforts to Build World's Largest Radio Telescope

    China was right there in the early conversations about what the future of radio astronomy might look like, and has played a critical role in creating the world's largest and most advanced radio telescope - the Square Kilometer Array (SKA).

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China-made Tunnel in Nepal Brings Farmers Hope

A 13.3-km-long irrigation tunnel has been completed in Nepal's Sindhuli district a year ahead of schedule, thanks to help from Chinese construction teams.

U. S. Curbs on AI Models Threaten AI Progress

On May 22, U.S. House Foreign Affairs Committee passed a bipartisan bill that would make it easier for the Biden administration to restrict the export of proprietary or closed source AI models (the primary software of AI intelligent systems like ChatGPT) to China. It could have significant negative ripple effects for global AI international cooperation, thus hindering the scientific and technological progress and innovation of all of humankind. Also, both China and U.S. would be victims if the bill is passed.