Chinas Ministry of Culture and Tourism on Wednesday released the 14th five-year plan for the development of various sectors, laying out the overall requirements, development goals, major tasks and measures for the 2021-2025 period.
What did expats experience during this wave of COVID-19 outbreak in Guangzhou?
The new wave of outbreak in Guangzhou attracted wide attention since May 21st. In order to control the spread of the virus effectively, large-scale nucleic acid tests are carried out in many districts of Guangzhou.
Volunteers deliver food, necessities for people under home quarantine in Guangzhou
Guangzhou has tightened anti-epidemic measures in parts of the city to curb the recent COVID-19 resurgence, local authorities said Tuesday.
What should I do if my health code turns yellow?
As of now, residents in Guangzhou and Foshan are required to show health codes when taking public transport or entering public venues.
China on Tuesday said the first batch of Chinese vaccines supplied to COVAX officially rolled off the production line, which is another important reflection of Chinas commitment to making its COVID-19 vaccines global public goods with concrete actions.
Chinas mobile internet users spend a quarter of surfing time on short video: report
Chinas mobile internet users spend as much as a quarter of their daily surfing time using short video apps, a report revealed Tuesday.
Global investors see new prospects in Chinas net-zero carbon goals
With China on track to achieve its net-zero carbon pledges, global investors are eyeing new green business opportunities from the worlds second largest market.
What makes this round of COVID-19 outbreak different?
From May 21 to 24:00, May 30, Guangdong Province has registered 26 confirmed locally transmitted COVID-19 cases (with 23 in Guangzhou and 3 in Foshan), and 21 locally transmitted asymptomatic COVID-19 cases (with 4 in Guangzhou, 13 in Shenzhen, 3 in Foshan and 1 in Maoming), according to announcements from the provincial health commission.
Revised laws on childrens welfare to take effect on June 1
Two newly revised laws directly linked to childrens welfare are slated to take effect on June 1, the International Childrens Day, to provide Chinese minors with better protection both at school and home, online and offline.
Chinas cargo craft successfully docks with space station module
Chinas cargo spacecraft Tianzhou-2, carrying supplies, equipment and propellant, successfully docked with the space station core module Tianhe on Sunday, according to the China Manned Space Agency (CMSA).
Shenzhen hires 1st public primary school teacher from Hong Kong
Wu Jiayi, a young woman from Hong Kong, has just been employed as a Chinese teacher at Longtian Primary School in Pingshan District, becoming the first Hong Kong resident to be officially recruited by a public institution in the city, according to Shenzhen Special Zone Daily.
Guangzhou to ensure safe exams amid COVID-19 outbreak
All the examination staff members are required to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, said Chen Minsheng, deputy director of Guangzhou Bureau of Education, at a news conference in Guangzhou on Friday.
Guangzhou reports 4 confirmed & 10 asymptomatic cases during May 21-28
Between May 21 and 2pm of May 28, Guangzhou reported 4 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 10 asymptomatic cases, including 5 asymptomatic cases reported today (May 28). All the above cases are under treatment and quarantine at the Guangzhou No.8 Peoples Hospital, the designated hospital for COVID-19 treatment and isolation in the city.
People with yellow Suikang code should take COVID-19 test asap
Today (May 28), around 50,000 people in Guangzhou see their Suikang codes (穗康码) turn yellow, which means they are at risk of infecting COVID-19, because they have been to the citys key venues (such as Liwan Central Hospital of Guangzhou) with higher exposure risk of COVID-19 for over 40 minutes and have not received a nucleic acid test since May 21.