29.11.2023 — 496 views
The Grand Canal is a waterway that connects not only the north and the south but also the present and the past of China. Wandering over 3,200 kilometers, it was the largest and longest artificial c...
Thousands of years ago, the Romans in the Mediterranean region were amazed by silk they called “Seres” (Latin for “Chinese”), while the Chinese on the other side of the Eurasian...
13.10.2023 — 3354 views
Shen Yue, a Chinese scholar in the Southern Dynasties (420-589), wrote in Treatise on Auspicious Signs, a volume of his work Book of Song, that auspicious patterns have importan...
25.08.2023 — 7698 views
A recently released national survey on reading among Chinese people has shown a steady rise in reading as a habit in the country. Chinese adults read an average of 4.78 printed ...
14.08.2023 — 6655 views
“We often forget that WE ARE NATURE. Nature is not something separate from us. So when we say that we have lost our connection to nature, we’ve lost our connection to ourselves....
15.09.2022 — 22855 views
15.06.2022 — 20580 views
Scientific and effective solutions to the root causes of problems have gradually transformed Beijing’s rivers and lakes into multi-functional water bodies for flood control, water supply, and ecological landscaping.
The Yongding River snakes through northern China, benefiting millions of people living in the river basin.
02.06.2022 — 18950 views
The protection and inheritance of Beijing’s water conservation legacies permeates every corner of the city’s history, fostering unique culture and resources for urban development.
02.06.2022 — 9668 views
“Limiting global warming to 1.5°C requires rapid, deep, and sustained reductions in global greenhouse gas emissions, including reducing global carbon dioxide emissions by 45 per...
22.12.2021 — 10045 views
Listen to the world’s voice and understand China’s contribution to the protection of biodiversity.
03.11.2021 — 10160 views
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