Hong Kongs economy to improve with motherlands support: HKSAR govt official
Shenzhens first-shop economy thrives in H1
Afghan president leaves country, Taliban controls capital Kabul
Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani left the country on Sunday night, while the Taliban forces entered the capital of Kabul and took control of the presidential palace.
Local district courts to handle some foreign-related administrative cases
Shenzhen starts giving COVID shots to teens
Freed from boundary-crossing: Registration of Zhuhai real estate transfer available in Macao
China harvests Olympic gold, silver in table tennis womens singles
Chinas Chen Meng lived up to her status as the world No. 1 by overcoming compatriot Sun Yingsha 4-2 to claim the Olympic gold medal in table tennis womens singles competition here on Thursday.
More places enhance steps amid new Nanjing outbreak
The COVID-19 outbreak in Nanjing, capital of East Chinas Jiangsu Province, continues to escalate at an unpredicted speed due to the high population flow of the airport and the strong transmission capacity of the Delta variant.
US should stop hypocrisy, arrogance and double standards: Gert Grobler
“The United States have so many human rights problems, that they should stop their hypocrisy, arrogance and double standards.” Gert Grobler, Former South Africas ambassador to Spain, Japan and Madagascar, comments in a recent interview with GDToday.
Chinese premier urges easing burdens to facilitate third-child policy
Line 9 of Shenzhen Metro shortens interval in peak time
COVID-19 vaccination for minors aged 12 -17 begins in Dongguan