Maoxiaoling liquor-filled chocolate, made by China's luxury liquor brand Kweichow Moutai in collaboration with Mars Inc-owned Dove, was officially launched on Saturday afternoon.
South African scholar in China-Africa relations Dr. Farhana Paruk said in an exclusive interview with China News Network that the Belt and Road Initiative has linked Asia and Africa and contributed to the infrastructure development, employment, and economic prosperity of BRI countries in Africa. She expects further cooperation in the green energy sector under the initiative. She believes that by tapping into the abundant solar energy reserves in Africa, the multilateral mechanism would bring about a promising future.
The scale of China's computing industry has reached 2.6 trillion yuan ($362 billion) in 2022, accounting for more than 20 percent of the telecommunication industry in the country, according to a senior official from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
A shield tunneling machine with a diameter of 9.36 meters rolled off the production line in Changsha, central China's Hunan Province, on Friday.
The 19th Asian Games Village officially opened Saturday morning, welcoming the first group of Chinese sports delegation to Hangzhou, the capital of east China's Zhejiang Province.
The route is operated by SCAT Airlines, which regularly operates flights between Sanya and Almaty every Saturday.
Some U.S. politicians and media havehurleddoubts and skepticism at Chinese economy, trying to disrupt and hinder China's development. However, it is the United States that is truly facing multiple crises.
A new version of the Foreign Permanent Resident ID Card will be officially launched and issued on Dec 1, incorporating new technology for better personal information protection and wider application scenarios.
Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning announced on Friday sanctions on two companies in the United States involved in Washington's constant arms sales to the Taiwan region, in a resolute move to safeguard China's national sovereignty and territorial integrity.
The sixth China International Import Expo, which will run from Nov 5 to 10 in Shanghai, began its 50-day countdown on Friday, with more international exchanges back in the spotlight this year.
China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone, which is set to celebrate its 10th anniversary on Sept 29, should make greater attempts to help China better align with high-level international economic and trade rules such as the CPTPP and DEPA.
Shaoxing Keqiao Yangshan Sport Climbing Centre in east China's Hangzhou City, serving as the competition venue for sport climbing during the 19th Asian Games, has taken a resolute stand in its commitment to green and sustainable practices.
In the aftermath of the large-scale escape of crocodiles from a flooded farm in Maonan District, Maoming City, south China's Guangdong Province, authorities have successfully managed to capture 58 of the dangerous reptiles as of Friday noon.
To prevent rockslides from endangering the safety of people traveling along a national highway, safety check crews were stationed at a cliff of the Three Gorges Reservoir area in Zigui County, central China's Hubei Province.
The domestic gold market is hot, and the retail gold price of some jewelry brands has exceeded 600 yuan ($82.44) per gram. In several jewelry stores in Beijing, the CNS reporter found that gold ornaments per gram were 540 yuan ($74.16) per gram after a discount.
China's consumer price index, a main gauge of inflation, is likely to continue to recover as the upcoming holidays of the Mid-Autumn Festival and National Day are expected to boost market demand for food and services
The new version of the permanent resident card for foreigners in China can be colloquially referred to as the "Five-Star Card," instead of the previous "Chinese Green Card," according to experts involved in its development.
China's National Health Commission announced on Friday that monkeypox will be classified as a Class B infectious disease and will be subject to associated prevention and control measures starting September 20.
In a significant milestone for international trade, data released by the National Development and Reform Commission reveals that over the past decade, a staggering 77,000 China-Europe freight trains have been in operation.
The technical capabilities for the construction of a high-speed passage between Fujian province on the Chinese mainland and the Taiwan region are already in place, a senior official said on Thursday.
China's economic recovery accelerated in August as market demand improved gradually while major economic indicators picked up marginally, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.
The 6th China Helicopter Exposition opened on Thursday in north China's Tianjin Municipality, highlighting innovation, development and win-win cooperation.
The AC313A, a heavy-lift, multirole helicopter developed by Aviation Industry Corp of China, has begun test flights in plateau environments, according to a project manager.
The Belt and Road Initiative, proposed by China 10 years ago, has brought about tangible results and boosted win-win cooperation between China and participating countries, according to numerous ambassadors to China.
President Xi Jinping said on Thursday that China will better utilize Beijing's advantages as an ancient capital and national cultural center to strengthen cultural exchanges with people from all over the world and enhance mutual learning among different civilizations.
China plans to initiate the three-dimensional solar exploration project as the solar probing satellite Xihe-2 has entered the demonstration stage, which is significant to the research on the basic physics of the sun and the forecast on potentially disastrous space weather events.
China has yet to find any solid evidence about the existence of extraterrestrial aliens, according to China Aerospace Science and Technology Corp, the country's dominant space contractor and one of the world's largest space enterprises.
The Ministry of National Defense has emphatically voiced its opposition to any official exchanges and military engagements between the United States and Taiwan, as well as the sale of arms by the U.S. to the island.