A panel discussion on Hong Kong's upcoming electoral reform was held earlier this week. DotDotNews invites Fred Teng, President of the America China Public Affairs Institute, HK former District Councilor Nixie Lam as well as China watchers Angelo Giuliano and Cyrus Janssen to share their views on this topic.
The video of a grandfather making his own "train" to pick up his grandson from school went viral in China. The child's mother, Ms. Wang, said that the grandfather spent two weeks to make this mini train. Occasionally, he will drive to pick up his grandson from school. Let’s take a look.
The Hong Kong government reportedly plans to build a large cemetery complex dubbed the "Super Funeral Town" in Sandy Ridge close to Shenzhen, in South China's Guangdong Province, to which many citizens have called for further consideration.
Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation (HKSTP) launched the InnoCell on Wednesday (April 7), a smart living and co-creation space at Hong Kong Science Park. HKSTP said that the purpose-built space will provide an ideal environment for local and overseas innovation and technology talent to live, co-create, innovate and forge a thriving community to fulfill Hong Kong's potential.
A panel discussion on Hong Kong's upcoming electoral reform was held on Wednesday (April 7). DotDotNews invites KOLs from different countries to share their views on this topic. Watch the trailer for a sneak preview and stay tuned for the full video!
April 2 is the United Nations World Autism Awareness Day. People with autism are called "children from the stars". They shut the door of their inner world so tightly that everything of the outside world seems to have nothing to do with them.
Yizhuo Wang, from Shanghai, 74 years old, has gained much attention online with his fluent English. Yizhuo Wang said that learning English is his hobby, and he has taught himself English through reading and the Internet from his work to retirement. Recently, he still spends two to three hours a day studying.
Many experts have voiced support for China's moves to reform HK's electoral system. CGTN's Zhu Dan spoke with Hong Kong's former chief prosecutor Grenville Cross about the need for the change. Cross said the move is in line with the Basic Law.
Mr. Shang is selling pineapples on the roadside with his pineapple hairstyle. He said that this is to attract customers to sell more pineapples. After he has changed his hairstyle, his business is much better than before.
Xinjiang, in the far western land of China, hosted one of the world's first and most important trade routes known as the Silk Road, which linked ancient Chinese civilization to the West through the Eurasian continent.
Hong Kong's latest electoral reform breached the Joint Declaration? Watch this video, CY Leung, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, will tell you the truth!
The NPC Standing Committee amends Annex I and Annex II to the Basic Law, which is passed unanimously by 167 votes. Amendments will be made to the method for selecting the Chief Executive and Members of the Legislative Council, and to the composition and powers of the Election Committee. Watch the video to learn more about the details of HK electoral reform.