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BEIJING (Global Times): China's GDP expanded 7.9 per cent year-over-year in the second quarter of 2021, continuing a streak of robust growth mainly thanks to the government's successful containment of the Covid-19 outbreak throughout the country, which sets the basis for a steady revival of domestic consumption and manufacturing activity.
BEIJING (Global Times): Japan is continuing to provoke China on the Taiwan question as its annual defense white paper released on Tuesday (July 13) mentioned Taiwan stability for the first time.
Chinese officials on Tuesday reported a 27.1 per cent year-on-year growth for exports and imports in the first half of 2021 following 13 consecutive months of growth, shrugging off mounting pressure from a set of challenges, including surging raw material prices, resurgence of Covid-19 in China's major export hubs and other external hurdles.
Global Times, July 12 - As the Chinese foreign minister is scheduled to visit three Central Asian countries on Monday, all close neighbors of Afghanistan, the timing is optimal as Afghanistan has become a regional hot spot following the withdrawal of US-led troops, Chinese analysts said.
BEIJING, July 11, Global Times - Hong Kong action movie superstar Jackie Chan said he wanted to join the Communist Party of China (CPC) at a recent forum in Beijing, a comment that experts said reflected Hong Kong elites' increasingly objective and rational understanding of the CPC amid the city's reflection on its position and search for its future development.
A HERD of migrating elephants has stolen the limelight from the giant pandas which dominated the most popular position of China’s iconic animals for decades.
Personal attacks on scientists do not change natural origins conclusion: source to Lancet letter
BEIJING (Global Times): According to a Wall Street Journal (WSJ) report on Monday (July 5), an industry group that includes internet giants such as Google, Facebook and Twitter in a letter sent to the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR) government warned that they could stop offering their services in the city if Hong Kong authorities proceed with plans to change privacy laws.
BEIJING (Global Times): As the Shenzhou-12 crew of three taikonauts has lived for nearly three weeks in China's Tianhe space station core module, the urine treatment system in the module has recycled 66 liters of urine and treated it into distilled water to support the crew, the Global Times learned from the system designers on Tuesday (July 6).
BEIJING (Global Times): Following a period of uncertainty in China-EU ties with intensifying US meddling, there are growing calls from some EU leaders and businesses to pursue a positive relationship with China in the economic and trade areas instead of shutting down cooperation.