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China Focus: CPC speeds up modernization drive toward "great" socialist China

Xi Jinping on Wednesday painted a particularly optimistic outlook for the future of the world's second-largest economy in an effort to substantiate the Chinese Dream of national rejuvenation, promising a "great modern socialist country" by the middle of this century.

Quotable quotes on China's role in international affairs

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), a landmark event in the history of the ruling party of the world's largest developing country, attracted keen attention from across the world as it opened in Beijing on Wednesday.

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Cutting-edge tech, latest trends dazzle at 122nd Canton Fair

Multi-functional robots, intelligent air conditioners, low-carbon equipment - these are just some of the many cutting-edge technology products gracing the ongoing 122nd China Import and Export Fair, or Canton Fair.

Guangdong's ZTE launches innovative dual-screen foldable smartphone in U.S.

Leading Chinese mobile devices provider ZTE launched a dual-screen foldable smartphone in the United States on Tuesday, marking another milestone for the company as it seeks market expansion overseas.

GZ-SZ-HK high-speed rail to open

A single trip between the Hong Kong train terminal and Futian High-speed Railway Station in Shenzhen will take only 14 minutes when the much-anticipated high-speed rail (HSR) connecting Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangzhou opens in 2018.

China and Latin America coming closer in Zhuhai

Opportunities for connectivity, communication, and trade with Latin American and Caribbean countries will be presented at the first China-Latin America & Caribbean International Exposition from Nov 9 to 11 in Zhuhai.

HK court rules 20 'Occupy' protesters guilty for contempt of court

The High Court of China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) on Friday ruled that 20 participants of the illegal "Occupy Central" movement in 2014 were guilty for the charge of contempt of court.

Hong Kong unveils new bill for more resilient banking system

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) government unveiled a new bill on Friday to strengthen the resilience of Hong Kong's banking system in accordance with international regulatory standards.

Carrie Lam’s vision for Hong Kong: Nine policy address highlights

Housing will be “the priority” for Carrie Lam’s Hong Kong SAR administration, the new chief executive announced on Wednesday morning in her maiden Policy Address.

New world auction record for Chinese Ceramics set in HK

A new world auction record for Chinese Ceramics was set when a rare Ru guanyao brush washer from Northern Song Dynasty sold for 294.3 million HK dollars (about 37.7 mln U.S. dollars).

Xi's report at key CPC meeting further strengthens global confidence in China

Chinese President Xi Jinping's report at a landmark meeting of the Communist Party of China (CPC) has further boosted the confidence of foreign countries and organizations in China's development prospect and global role.

Infographics: Xi's report to 19th CPC National Congress

Graphics shows highlights of a report delivered by Xi Jinping to the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) on Oct. 18, 2017.

China's GDP rises from 54-80 trillion yuan over five years: Xi

China's GDP rose from 54 trillion to 80 trillion yuan (about 12.1 trillion U.S. dollars) over the past five years, Xi Jinping said Wednesday.

Quotable quotes on China's role in international affairs

The 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC), a landmark event in the history of the ruling party of the world's largest developing country, attracted keen attention from across the world as it opened in Beijing on Wednesday.

Israel to follow U.S., quit UNESCO

Israel on Thursday welcomed U.S. pulling out of the UN's cultural organization, announcing the Jewish state was considering a similar move due to the body's "anti-Israel" bias.

France's Audrey Azoulay nominated as candidate for next UNESCO chief

French former Minister of Culture Audrey Azoulay on Friday has been nominated as the candidate for the new chief of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) for next four years, the UN agency announced.

Death toll rises to 16 after prison riot in northern Mexico

The death toll from Tuesday's riot at the Cadereyta prison in northern Mexico rose to 16 on Wednesday, the prosecutor-general of the state of Nuevo Leon announced.

Digital payments to enormously benefit world economy: research

Moving from cash to digital payments will provide enormous direct advantages to consumers, businesses and governments, according to a research released by Visa, a leading global payments technology company, on Wednesday.
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