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Connecting Dots | Impression of China: Why do foreigners come to Beijing?

China, with its thousands of years of history, is renowned for its rich cultural heritage and vast landscapes. However, as the ancient Chinese poet Lu You once said, "What's learned from books is superficial after all. It's crucial to have it personally tested somehow." Many foreigners visit China with the intention of immersing themselves in its customs and traditions to foster better understanding and communication.

1-minute News | Blogger gains 200,000 followers in 7days: Why is cat meme sweeping internet?

Recently, many new bloggers on Bilibili have experienced a surge in followers, and the driving force behind this phenomenon is a novel internet trend - cat meme storytelling.

Watch This | Ban it, rather than beat it – How the U.S. deals with Chinese electric cars

On April 11 local time, Sherrod Brown, Chairman of the Senate Banking Committee (representing Ohio), wrote to President Biden, urging him to " take bold, aggressive action and to permanently ban EVs produced by Chinese companies or whatever subsidiaries they establish to conceal their origins." This is the strongest statement made by U.S. lawmakers on this issue to date.

1-minute News | Unveiling Guizhou's Matcha: A new highlight of Chinese tea culture

The rise and development of Guizhou's matcha showcases the charm of Chinese tea culture and injects new vitality into Guizhou's tea industry, making significant contributions to the global promotion of Chinese tea.

DotDotWeekly | Xia Baolong: Bright future awaits HK after completion of 'historic mission'

Welcome to DotDotWeekly. Every Friday, we take you on a journey through the latest local news and captivating stories from DotDotNews this week. The director of the Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Office, Xia Baolong, on April 15 hailed the SAR government for completing a "historic mission" last month when it passed the territory's homegrown national security law, adding the city had a bright future ahead of it.

Exclusive | South Africa's Consul General looks forward to expanding country's presence in HK

On March 18, Hong Kong Metropolitan University LiPACE hosted a dialogue session, "Exploring South Africa and its Fintech Developments" with Mr. Mojalefa Mogono, the Consul General of the Republic of South Africa in HKSAR, China.

Watch This | Israeli official confirms attacks on Iran

The latest tit-for-tat exchange between the two arch-foes, whose decades-long shadow war has burst out into the open and threatened to drag the region deeper into conflict, saw Israel conduct an attack on Iranian soil on Friday, some Israeli officials confirmed.

Exclusive | Sophia Hotung's 'Choreopolis' Exhibition: a vibrant blend of urban landscapes and musical theatre

Eurasian artist Sophia Hotung's latest collection, "Choreopolis", will be on display at the Wyndham Social and a|n Gallery between March 15 and April 28. The exhibition has captivated audiences with its dynamic portrayal of everyday urban landscapes infused with the energy of musical theatre.

DDN Business Insider | Janet Yellen's China Visit: 'Navigating the fine line', promoting competition while maintaining cordial relations

U.S. Secretary of the Treasury, Janet Yellen, ended her visit to China last week. During this visit, Yellen unusually expressed thawing signals on the bilateral ties between China and the US

Kev-On Air EP7 | Opening perspectives: Kelvin Tang on sharing experience and insight on entrepreneurial journey

Hong Kong is known for nurturing individuals in traditional professions like banking, law, and medicine. Thus, entrepreneurship may not be the typical career path that individuals choose to pursue. Yet, a native Hong Kong entrepreneur has emerged to break this stereotype. Our guest today, Kelvin Tang, co-founder and CEO of PONS. AI, is a Hong Kong-born and raised entrepreneur. In today's interview, he shares the experiences that have sparked his interest and motivated him to persevere on the path of entrepreneurship.

1-minutes News | Young Chinese embrace 'gross outfits' at work

As the name suggests, "gross outfits" refers to young people who like to wear ugly clothes to work or put together completely mismatched outfits to express their current mood. The "gross outfits" items include highly saturated fluorescent coats and sweaters so pilled that they have almost no wool left. Many netizens commented, "This generation of young people has gone crazy just as I wanted."

Watch This | Seamless connectivity for villages

People usually find rural life a good way to kick back and spend time at a leisurely pace. But to keep up with the pace of modern technology, the copper-based network villagers once relied on for basic telecommunications services has fallen short.

DotDotWeekly | Five killed in Yau Ma Tei building fire

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Watch This | US uncomfortable with China's green successes

China over-producing electric vehicles, solar panels, etc? Or is the US trying to make Chinese success stories sound like negatives? Watch the video for more!

Exclusive | At crossroads, not alone: German business chamber chief expects more cooperation with HK in diverse fields

Hong Kong should break away from just being a financial city by developing in other areas, Mr. Johannes Hack, President of the German Chamber of Commerce, Hong Kong, said in an interview on March 27.
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