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Opinion | Hong Kong and Mainland have got 'zero-COVID' policy right

Over the past few weeks, the world has been in a state of panic as the new "Omicron" variant of the Covid-19 was identified by the World Health Organization (WHO). The designation has set off a wave of new travel bans and restrictions around the world, has spooked markets and wiped away what was otherwise a growing ray of optimism towards a more managed pandemic through the impact of vaccines.

OMG | Young street artist brings old walls in rural areas to life with vivid painting

Liu Zhicheng is a member of Gen Z from Lijiang, Yunnan Province, and his recent video of doing painting on an old wall in the countryside has been all the rage. With his amazing painting techniques, he made the old walls in rural areas in China come alive. Liu said that traditional elements such as Chinese opera gave him a lot of inspiration, and he hopes his paintings can be integrated with the surrounding environment. Previously, his dragon graffiti in Chongqing has made that place an "Instagrammable" spot in the city.

Opinion | US-China Commission: Partisan report a farrago of fallacies

In 2000, the US Congress established the United States-China Economic and Security Review Commission, with wide terms of reference. Its mandate is to monitor, investigate and submit to Congress an annual report on the national security implications of the bilateral trade and economic partnership between the two countries. If appropriate, it also is required to make recommendations to Congress for legislative and administrative action.

CE visits Wuhan University, will return to HK this afternoon

Chief Executive Carrie Lam is in Wuhan, Hubei Province today (Dec. 1) for the last day of her visit this time. In the morning, Lam visited the Hubei Carbon Emission Trading Center, followed by a visit to Wuhan University, and then will return to Hong Kong via Shenzhen in the afternoon.

China's spending on education hit 5 trillion yuan in 2020

China's spending on education totaled 5.3 trillion yuan (831.3 billion U.S. dollars) in 2020, up 5.69 percent from the previous year, the Ministry of Education said on Tuesday (Nov. 30).

Full text | Liu Guangyuan emphasizes development, connectivity, innovation for GBA's future

The Greater Bay Area Conference, co-organized by China Daily and the Hong Kong Coalition, kicks off today (Nov. 30). The following is the full text of the keynote speech by Liu Guangyuan, Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the People's Republic of China in the HKSAR.

Omicron variant 37.5% more infectious than Delta: experts

A team at Nankai University in mainland China recently found that the Omicron coronavirus variant is about 37.5% more infectious compared to the Delta variant.

More Educational Opportunities: Virtual Mainland Higher Education Expo 2022/23 to be held from December 4 to 10

The Mainland Higher Education Expo 2022-23 will be held online from December 4 to 10.

OMG | Collision of ‘Chinese-style’ and ‘Made in China’

Recently, a new product launch in XCMG, a crane with Chinese-style graffiti, earned a lot of attention. The crane is painted with the four mythological symbols of China, i.e. Azura Dargon, White Tiger, Vermillion Bird, and Black Tortoise. It is known that the crane released that day has achieved 100% “Made in China”.

CE visits hospital facilities in Wuhan and attends HK-Hubei Co-operation Conference today

Hong Kong's Chief Executive Carrie Lam, led a delegation to Wuhan, Hubei Province on Sunday (Nov. 28) and will be in the city from today (Nov. 29) to Wednesday (Dec. 1) for a visit.

Breaking News: Suncity chairman Alvin Chau and 10 others confessed opening gambling platforms

Macao Directorate of Judiciary Police held a press conference this afternoon (November 28), confirming the arrest of a 47-year-old man surnamed Chau, reported as a businessman, while arresting 10 other people. After initial questioning, the detained people confessed to setting up online platforms overseas to carry out related criminal activities but refused to cooperate with further investigations.

OMG | Post-90's 'Handsome Monkey King' goes viral with creative selling skills

Zhou Wei, a post-90s young man from Xixia County, Nanyang, dressed as the Monkey King and selling pancakes, gained popularity on the Internet. He dressed up as the Monkey King to perform the skills of making Xixia pancakes and sold up to 300 cakes a day. The thin pancake rotated and jumped in his hands. When waiting for the pancakes for a few minutes, customers could enjoy the absolute best performance before having delicious local snacks.

China launches Zhongxing-1D satellite

China successfully sent a new satellite into space from the Xichang Satellite Launch Center in southwest China's Sichuan Province Saturday (Nov. 27).

OMG | Wood-carving artist showcases marvelous craftsmanship

Jianchuan, a county in Da Li of Southwestern China was named in 1996 by the Ministry of Culture as the national hometown of wood-carving art, and in 2011, Jianchuan wood-carving was included as an intangible cultural heritage of China.

Opinion | Fury over Rittenhouse verdict, 'sign of US decline'?

Do you believe it? It is totally unbelievable: Ever since US President Joe Biden moved into the White House starting January 2021, his administration has not stopped bashing Beijing. So unfailing is this unmistakable act of global aggression, even the Times, one of America's authoritative newspapers, finds this act of barbarism newsworthy enough to report about it.
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