China hits new record in world's PE/VC investment in 2016: PwC2017-02-26
China has seen a 49 percent increase in private equity (PE) and venture capitalist (VC) investment last year, though the scale of global fund raising and investment showed a reduction, according to a report.
China to synergize development strategies with Italy2017-02-26
China is willing to synergize development strategies with Italy to promote a balanced growth of trade and investment, Premier Li Keqiang said here Thursday.
China to further boost private investment2017-02-26
China's State Council will further ease access restrictions on private investment, encouraging participation in sectors such as medical services, elder care, education, culture and sports.
China to strictly evaluate poverty relief work2017-02-26
China will adopt a strict evaluation system on poverty relief work, an official said Friday.
Search for shopping market tales in Sichuan2017-02-26
As of the year 2016,101 students from 25 countries were invited to participate in the project. They were stationed in 13 municipality, provinces and autonomous regions here in China. Every filmmaker has worked out a 10-minute short film about Chinese culture around the topic of ethnic minority.
German police foils terror plot in Lower Saxony2017-02-26
BERLIN, Feb.23 -- German police announced on Thursday that they have foiled an terror attack in Lower Saxony.
Xinhua Insight: Xi's vision on deepening reform2017-02-26
Yang Yuxiang had planned to leave his job as a rural school teacher in central China's Hunan Province for a position in a city school, but changed his mind after the central government began to implement measures to improve rural education.
Rooney addresses China rumors: I'm staying at Man United2017-02-26
England captain Wayne Rooney is throwing cold water on speculation about a potential move here to China.
Sevilla manage 2-1 win over Leicester City2017-02-26
MADRID, Feb.22 -- Sevilla dominated Wednesday nearly all of their Champions League first leg tie against Leicester City before a Jamie Vardy goal gave the visitors a vital away goal in a 2-1 game in favor of Sevilla.
China-France ties solidified by series of high-level visits2017-02-26
France is the first western country to have held a strategic dialogue and built a comprehensive partnership with China. Bilateral relations have been fuelled by an intense series of high-level visits.
Mexico gov't rejects new U.S. immigration rules2017-02-26
MEXICO CITY, Feb.22 -- Mexican government on Wednesday rejected tightened immigration regulations by the new U.S. administration that could see waves of undocumented migrants come in across its borders.
Young Chinese eye E-gaming major2017-02-26
In this year's art exams, young Chinese work hard to get into the fun, and highly promising domain of E-gaming. At Communication University of China, its newly-set digital entertainment major is proving popular with applicants.
China, Europe see deepened cooperation behind frequent exchanges2017-02-26
Having visited both Beijing and central China's Wuhan City and signed agreements on nuclear energy and science, French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve concluded his three-day official visit to China on Thursday.
Dresses that tell a story: Princess Diana's life in fashion2017-02-26
A new exhibition celebrating the life of Diana, Princess of Wales is to open at Kensington Palace, twenty years after her untimely death, in a Paris car crash, at the age of 36.
Beijing's most famous Hutong gets restoration2017-02-26
After a three-month restoration, Beijing's Nanluoguxiang, an 800-meter-long hutong and tourist attraction known for its food and souvenir shops, opened to the public during the Spring Festival. So, what does it look like now?
Dharma’s Morin Khuur, best instrument for nostalgia2017-02-26
As of the year 2016,101 students from 25 countries were invited to participate in the project. They were stationed in 13 municipality, provinces and autonomous regions here in China. Every filmmaker has worked out a 10-minute short film about Chinese culture around the topic of ethnic minority.
China top political advisors meet2017-02-26
The Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) National Committee on Thursday held a meeting of its chairman and vice chairpersons.
IS announces withdrawing from Syria's al-Bab2017-02-26
DAMASCUS, Feb.23 -- The Islamic State (IS) group announced its withdrawal from the city of al-Bab, which has been taken by the Turkish forces and allied Syrian rebels on Thursday, according to pan-Arab al-Mayadeen TV.
Senior lawmakers laud legislature's work in 20162017-02-26
Senior Chinese legislators on Thursday heard a report on the work of the National People's Congress (NPC) Standing Committee, which will be submitted to the annual session of the 12th NPC in March.
'Doctors' save ancient books in National Library2017-02-26
Ancient books are a significant recording of China's time-honored history and culture. Not like the forever young digital writings of today, they deteriorate with age. Therefore, conservation of ancient books is always a challenging job. It has to be done in a scientific and standardized way. Now let's go to the National Library of China to see how the work is going.
China, India pledge stronger ties2017-02-26
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi met with Indian Foreign Secretary Subramanyam Jaishankar on Tuesday, calling for stronger ties between the two neighbors.
Nobel laureate, Turing Award winner become Chinese citizens2017-02-26
Nobel laureate Chen Ning Yang and Turing Award-winning computer scientist Andrew Chi-Chih Yao have given up their foreign citizenship and become Chinese citizens, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) announced Tuesday.
Playing a Mongolian bride2017-02-26
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Heavy smog to hit Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region during weekend2017-02-26
Heavy air pollution is likely in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and some of its neighboring provinces over the weekend, the Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) warned Friday.
China steps up efforts in relics field2017-02-26
The State Administration of Cultural Heritage has just issued China's 13th national five-year plan in the field of archeology. The plan calls for the country to step up underwater archeology during the coming years.
China welcomes more foreign scientists2017-02-26
Nobel laureate Chen-Ning Yang and Turing Award winner Andrew Chi-Chih Yao have become Chinese citizens and officially joined the Chinese Academy of Sciences as academicians. What does the return of these two renowned scientists mean for China's scientific academic field?
Beijing in new energy taxi move2017-02-26
Beijing is aiming to gradually replace its petrol-powered taxis with greener, new engergy vehicles to help reduce air pollution starting from this year.
Iraqi forces launch new push to free Mosul airport, military base2017-02-26
MOSUL, Iraq, Feb.23 -- Iraqi forces on Thursday fought heavy clashes with Islamic State (IS) militants as part of a new assault on Thursday morning to retake of Mosul international airport and a nearby military base from the hands of the extremist militants, the Iraqi military said.
First Sherpas Meeting for 2017 BRICS summit to be held in China2017-02-26
The First Sherpas Meeting of the 9th BRICS Summit will be held in Nanjing, capital of east China's Jiangsu Province,from Thursday to Friday.
Huawei unveils V9 aimed at game lovers2017-02-26
Huawei Technologies Co Ltd, the world's third-biggest smartphone maker, unveiled a new handset on Tuesday targeting mobile gaming enthusiasts and virtual reality camera lovers.
CPC meeting discusses draft government work report2017-02-26
Xi Jinping, general secretary of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, on Tuesday chaired a meeting which discussed the draft government work report.
U.S. vice president reaffirms strong commitment to EU2017-02-26
BRUSSELS, Feb.20 -- U.S. Vice President Mike Pence on Monday reaffirmed strong commitments to the European Union (EU), in a bid to allay the bloc's doubts on the new U.S. administration's stance towards it.
British royal institute opens workshop on ancient Chinese artform2017-02-25
Woodblock prints are often recognized as a Japanese art form, but the practice actually began in China more than a century before Japanese adoption. Now, a special workshop at the Prince's School of Traditional Arts in London invites students to explore the art of Chinese woodblock prints with an established master. A chance to not only appreciate the woodblock printing art pieces, but also get some hands on experience.
Seminar on Sino-Japan relationship held in China2017-02-25
NANJING, Feb.23 -- Over 50 Chinese and overseas scholars on Thursday called for establishing a better Sino-Japan relationship through facing up to the history and deeper communication at a seminar in Nanjing, a city known for the Nanjing Massacre during World War II in east China's Jiangsu Province .
Study: toddlers' grammar skills learned, not inherent2017-02-25
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.23 -- A new study indicates that rule-based grammatical knowledge among toddlers emerges gradually with a significant increase around the age of 24 months.
Warming temperatures projected to trigger starvation in deep oceans by 21002017-02-25
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb.23 -- Authors of a new study warned Thursday that the deep ocean floor, as the world's largest habitat, may face starvation and sweeping ecological change by the year 2100 due to warming ocean temperatures, increased acidification and the spread of low-oxygen zones.
China capable of ensuring stability in property market: official2017-02-25
The Chinese government is capable of maintaining stability in the property market, a senior official said on Thursday, as measures have reined in surging prices in major cities.
Belt and Road Initiative offers new opportunity for U.S.-China cooperation: ex-Trump adviser2017-02-25
HONG KONG, Feb.22 -- The Belt and Road Initiative offers China and the United States a new opportunity for cooperation, a former adviser to U.S. President Donald Trump said here on Wednesday.
China seeks stable development in property market2017-02-25
China is seeking to maintain stability in the property market this year after the roller coaster ride of 2016, with measures to prevent surges in metropolises and the growing inventories in small cities.
Belt & Road Initiative: Great vision but challenges lay ahead2017-02-25
Editors foreword: CCTV.com has invited foreign experts, business people and students to submit articles or short videos on China's Belt & Road Initiative (B&R), to share opinions on B&R or stories with China. We are featuring a special series on the topic for our readers.
President Xi Jinping meets Italian counterpart in Beijing2017-02-25
Chinese President Xi Jinping met him during the welcoming ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing. In a meeting afterwards, President Xi said China and Italy have been cooperating on equal footing for the last 47 years since diplomatic ties were established.
China hopes BRICS summit to achieve four objectives: State Councilor2017-02-25
NANJING, Feb.23 -- China put forward four objectives that it believes can be achieved at the ninth BRICS leaders' summit, said State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Thursday.
Over 20 mln people facing food insecurity in four countries: UN chief2017-02-25
UNITED NATIONS, Feb.22 -- Over 20 million people in South Sudan, Somalia, Yemen and north-east Nigeria are facing devastating levels of food insecurity, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres told reporters here on Wednesday.
China to start anti-graft inspections in universities2017-02-25
China will send anti-corruption inspectors to centrally-administrated universities, discipline authority of the Communist Party of China (CPC) announced Wednesday.
China home prices continue to stabilize2017-02-25
China's red-hot property market in major cities has continued to stabilize after authorities took a series of measures to contain price rise, according to an official survey Wednesday.
Political advisors' proposals receive timely feedback2017-02-25
Nearly all proposals raised by China's political advisors last year have been dealt with, the national political advisory body announced Tuesday.
74 migrant bodies wash ashore off western Libyan coast2017-02-25
TRIPOLI, Libya, Feb.21 -- The Libyan Red Crescent said that the bodies of 74 migrant refugees washed ashore off the coast of Zawiya city in western Libya,45 km west of the capital Tripoli.
Britain's parliament to allow debates in Welsh language for first time2017-02-25
LONDON, Feb.22 -- Britain's Palace of Westminster is to become bilingual for the first time in history when debates are allowed to take place in Welsh, it was announced Wednesday.
Chinese manufacturer helps Turkey better tap solar energy2017-02-25
ISTANBUL, Feb.23 -- China Sunergy Co., Ltd. (CSUN), a leading manufacturer of solar cells and modules, has been sharing its experience and business model with Turkey to help the country better tap solar power in its renewable energy development.
China to step up property tax legislation: official2017-02-25
China will move more swiftly in legislating a long-discussed property tax law, an official said on Thursday.
Mainland Taiwan affairs chief warns against complicated cross-Strait situation2017-02-25
Zhang Zhijun, head of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office, on Thursday warned against a more complicated and serious situation across the Taiwan Strait this year.
China says U.S. ruling on Chinese tires in line with facts2017-02-25
The latest U.S. ruling to remove heavy duties on truck and bus tires imported from China was in line with the objective facts, the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said Thursday.
Yao Ming elected as president of Chinese Basketball Association2017-02-25
Yao Ming, member of Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame and former NBA all-star player, was unanimously voted as the president of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) here on Thursday.
German researchers produce new solar cell with record efficiency2017-02-25
BERLIN, Feb.23 -- German solar energy researchers have developed a new type of multicrystalline photovoltaic (PV) cell with a record efficiency of 21.9 percent.
China, France agree to boost ties as French PM visits2017-02-25
Chinese President Xi Jinping and French Prime Minister Bernard Cazeneuve agreed in Beijing on Wednesday to boost bilateral ties and cooperation in global affairs such as climate change.
Belt and Road initiative drives China's opening-up efforts2017-02-25
The Belt and Road Initiative is driving China's opening-up efforts and unimpeded trade will be a key topic at the Belt and Road forum for international cooperation to be held in Beijing this May, a senior Chinese trade official said Tuesday.
Germany announces plan to expand national army2017-02-25
BERLIN, Feb.21 -- Germany on Tuesday announced a plan to expand its national army Bundeswehr in light of increasing responsibilities.
German gov't approves stricter deportation rules2017-02-25
BERLIN, Feb.22 -- The German government on Wednesday approved stricter measures to deport asylum seekers whose applications had been denied.
Danish court extends detention of daughter of Park's confidante2017-02-25
COPENHAGEN, Feb.22 -- A court in Denmark ruled on Wednesday to extend the detention of Chung Yoo-ra, the daughter of a longtime confidante of impeached South Korean President Park Geun-hye.
China to encourage private investment in social sectors2017-02-25
China is to widen market access to areas of medical care, education, caring for the elderly, culture, sports and other social undertakings.
U.S. envoy vows no mass deportation to pacify Mexico2017-02-25
MEXICO CITY, Feb.23 -- Top U.S. envoys on a working visit to Mexico on Thursday tried to allay fears that their government was preparing to massively deport undocumented migrants back across the border.
Trust key to fostering constructive Syria peace talks: UN envoy2017-02-25
GENEVA, February 23 -- The lack of trust between delegations participating in the latest round of Syria peace talks is one of the main obstacles which must be overcome if any substantial progress is to be made in the coming weeks, the UN Envoy for Syria said Thursday.
China strongly opposes ROK's deployment of THAAD2017-02-25
China's military on Thursday voiced strong objections to the Republic of Korea (ROK)'s deployment of an advanced U.S. missile defense system, the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD).
45 years of Sino-Mexican friendship2017-02-25
Last Tuesday, February 14, Mexico and China celebrated its 45th anniversary of establishing diplomatic relations.
Insurance industry should not be "rich men's club": regulator2017-02-25
China's insurance regulator has vowed to crack down speculators in the industry and stabilize the market.
Chinese banks lend more to agriculture, small firms2017-02-25
Chinese banks strengthened financial support for agriculture, small-and-micro enterprises and affordable housing projects last year.
Chinese State Councilor urges China, U.S. to step up ties2017-02-25
Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi on Tuesday urged China and the United States to strengthen pragmatic cooperation in a bid to push forward bilateral relations.
Spotlight: Gloomy outlook shadows Syrian talks in Geneva2017-02-24
DAMASCUS, Feb.22 -- The prospects of the fourth round of the intra-Syrian talks slated to begin on Thursday in Geneva are not promising, in terms of achieving a breakthrough, with a change in the international climate toward the Syrian situation, analysts say.
Atletico beat Leverkusen 4-2 in UEFA Champions League2017-02-24
BERLIN, Feb.21 -- Atletico Madrid put one foot in the quarterfinals after easing past hosts Bayer Leverkusen 4-2 in the first leg of the UEFA Champions League last-16 on Tuesday.
China eyes tougher air pollution controls in Beijing, nearby regions2017-02-24
China will impose tougher controls on air pollution in Beijing and nearby regions this year to combat heavy smog, closing illegal plants and slashing steel production, a senior environmental official said Wednesday.
5,000m relay victory sweetest, says Chinese skater2017-02-24
China claimed sweet revenge in men's 5,000m short track speed skating, as Wu Dajing led his teammates to a close victory over South Korea at the Asian Winter Games on Wednesday.
China offers condolences over death of Russia's UN envoy2017-02-24
China on Tuesday expressed deep condolences over the sudden death of Vitaly Churkin, Russia's permanent representative to the United Nations.
Preparations in final stages ahead of Syria peace talks: UN2017-02-24
GENEVA, Feb.21 -- UN Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura, is finalising preparations ahead of intra-Syrian negotiations scheduled to start on Feb.23, his chief of staff said Tuesday.
China and Jamaica strengthen south-south cooperation2017-02-24
The beginning of the Chinese New Year has witnessed strengthening ties between China and Jamaica. The Ex-Im Bank of China inked a deal worth US$326 million for construction of Jamaica’s Southern Coastal (four-lane) Highway Improvement Project.
China, Italy pledge stronger ties2017-02-24
President Xi Jinping and his Italian counterpart Sergio Mattarella held talks Wednesday, pledging to enhance bilateral ties.
Commentary: Despite U.S. meddling, China and ASEAN back on track over South China Sea2017-02-24
The probability of agreement on a framework for a code of conduct in the South China Sea between China and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) by mid-year is a positive sign.
Messi arrives in Egypt for anti-Hepatitis campaign2017-02-24
CAIRO - Argentine footballer Lionel Messi arrived in Cairo on Tuesday to promote a new treatment for Hepatitis C virus, according to a source at Cairo International Airport.
"Taiwan independence" biggest threat to cross-Strait peace, stability: spokesperson2017-02-24
Peaceful development of cross-Strait relations is the fundamental guarantee of peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait, while Taiwan independence secessionist forces and their activities are the biggest threat, a Chinese mainland spokesperson said Wednesday.
China bucks global trend with record-high fintech investment: report2017-02-24
Investment in China's venture capital (VC)-backed financial technology (fintech) firms hit a record high in 2016, bucking the global downward trend, international accounting firm KPMG said Tuesday.
China's consumption to maintain strong growth in 20172017-02-24
China will maintain strong growth in consumption this year with deepening supply-side structural reform, Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng said Tuesday.
China urges U.S. to contribute to peace in South China Sea2017-02-24
China said on Tuesday that it hoped the United States would do what is good to the peace and stability in the South China Sea as a U.S. aircraft carrier strike group began patrolling the region.
China encourages local gov't bond issuance in FTZs2017-02-24
China will encourage local governments to issue bonds in free trade zones (FTZs) in 2017, the Ministry of Finance (MOF) said Tuesday.
China hopes to complete drafting COC framework with ASEAN before midyear2017-02-24
China hopes to work with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) to complete the draft of a framework of the Code of Conduct in the South China Sea (COC) before midyear, a spokesperson said Wednesday.
Scientists discover 7 earth-sized exoplanets around nearby star2017-02-24
LOS ANGELES, Feb.22 -- A compact analogue of our inner solar system about 40 light years away from the Earth has been discovered, NASA announced during a press conference on Wednesday.
China pledges more coordination on Korean Peninsula nuclear issue2017-02-24
China on Wednesday pledged to strengthen communication and coordination with relevant sides, including the United States, to seek resumption of talks on the Korean Peninsula nuclear issue.
Top legislature mulls several laws, prepares for annual session2017-02-24
China's top legislature Wednesday started its bimonthly session, with lawmakers deliberating revisions to several laws and preparing for the annual session of the 12th National People's Congress (NPC) in March.
World champion Ning Zetao out of Chinese swimming team2017-02-24
World champion Ning Zetao has violated the rules of the Chinese national swimming team and was turned back to his original Chinese Navy team for training, confirmed the Chinese swimming authority in a statement here on Wednesday.
China welcomes U.S.-born panda back home2017-02-24
CHENGDU, Feb.22 -- A charter flight carrying Bao Bao, a giant panda born in the United States, landed in Chengdu, capital of southwest China's Sichuan province Wednesday evening.
SpaceX's Dragon aborts planned docking with ISS2017-02-24
LOS ANGELES, Feb.22 -- SpaceX's unmanned Dragon cargo spacecraft has missed Wednesday morning's planned docking with the International Space Station (ISS), said U.S. space agency NASA.
Finland foreign minister to visit China2017-02-24
Finland Foreign Minister Timo Soini will pay an official visit to China from Feb.26 to March 1, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Geng Shuang announced Wednesday.
China, Singapore to hold meetings on governmental projects2017-02-24
China and Singapore will hold a series of meetings in Beijing on Feb.27, discussing cooperation projects and mapping out the future of bilateral relations.
Ecuador presidential candidate calls for calm while waiting for results2017-02-24
QUITO, Feb.21 -- The presidential candidate of the ruling PAIS Alliance Lenin Moreno called Tuesday for Ecuador to remain calm as votes are being counted since Sunday's first-round election.
Commentary: China runs a growth marathon, not a sprint2017-02-24
When China overtook United States as the world's top goods trader in 2013, the country's celebrations were led by Commerce Minister Gao Hucheng.
Landmark trade agreement enters into force: WTO chief2017-02-24
GENEVA, Feb.22 -- The World Trade Organisation's (WTO) Director-General announced Wednesday that the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) has entered into force after two thirds of members completed their domestic ratification process.
Boeing eyes China's booming air delivery market2017-02-24
Boeing is upbeat about the Chinese market and is designing products and services to meet the demands of the growing e-commerce sector, according to a Boeing executive.
Life sentence for UK barman who beat Chinese girlfriend to death2017-02-24
A British barman who was found guilty of beating his Chinese girlfriend to death has been sentenced to life in prison.
Minutes: U.S. Fed officials view next interest rate hike "fairly soon"2017-02-24
WASHINGTON, Feb.22 -- U.S. Federal Reserve officials expressed their confidence in the economy and viewed next interest rate hike would be fairly soon, minutes of the Fed's latest monetary policy meeting showed Wednesday.
Foreign Ministry holds event to present Yunnan to the World2017-02-24
Southwest China's Yunnan province is usually on the bucket-list for tourists visiting China. In order to attract more international attention, authorities from the province recently hosted a promotional event in Beijing. And of course, the diversified cuisine of Yunnan was a major hightlight.
China e-commerce giant to build world's first drone delivery network2017-02-24
XI'AN, Feb.22 -- E-commerce giant JD.com has teamed up with the government of northwest China's Shaanxi Province to build the world's first drone delivery network.
Minister dismisses conjecture on FDI fall2017-02-24
Foreign direct investment to China will be further optimized and diversified in the long run as the country's economy is transformed and upgraded, the top commerce official said on Tuesday.
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