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Pandas coming home | Playful and relaxed: Giant panda 'Fu Bao' adapts well to life in China

Since returning from South Korea in early April, the much-anticipated giant panda "Fubao" has been residing at the China Conservation and Research

Henry's Take EP9 | China's enduring commitment to Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence

This episode of Henry's Take will explore China's adherence to the Five Principles of Peaceful Coexistence, which mark their 70th anniversary this year. As President Xi Jinping highlighted, these principles have guided China's diplomatic relations with countries of different social systems, emphasizing mutual respect, non-aggression, non-interference, equality, and peaceful coexistence.

DotDotWeekly | Doraemon Drone Show to light up Victoria Harbor again on July 20

This event will feature new, exciting content, with 1,000 drones transforming into various classic Doraemon scenes and figures, offering a visual feast for the audience.

Watch This | 500 pound bomb! US desecrates peace and freedom once again!

In today's interconnected world, every arms transfer is more than a mere military transaction between two nations; it tugs at the delicate nerves of global peace, especially when these weapons may be used in conflict zones. War and violence are never long-term strategies of dealing with disputes; they leave behind devastation, countless broken families, and irreparable psychological trauma. True security should not be built on the ruins of others' fear but through dialogue, understanding, and cooperation.

Kikipedia | A maths genius emerges: Controversy and curiosity surrounding Jiang Ping's unexpected success

Jiang Ping, an ordinary Chinese girl and a 17-year-old secondary specialized school student, has made it to the top 12 in a global math competition.

Exclusive | Between the galleries: Young artists voice thoughts at Hong Kong Emerging Artists Exhibition

Aiming at providing a free platform for young Hong Kong artists to showcase their artistic direction and achievements to the general public, Hong Kong Emerging Artists Exhibition inherits the philosophy of reviving Chinese culture from Professor Jao Tsung-i, Master of Chinese Studies, by encouraging participating artists to revitalize the spirit of Chinese art.

Watch This | John Lee addresses controversy over 9-year-old swimmer's competition participation

Former Hong Kong swimming representative Alex Fong recently revealed that a 9-year-old swimmer from his swim school was barred from participating in the Hong Kong China Swimming Association (HKGSA) Championships due to the swim club's insufficient level.

DDN Business Insider | Intensification of reform: How will CPC's 3rd plenary session stimulate new momentum in China's economy?

The meeting will focus on "further comprehensively deepening reform and advancing Chinese modernization", which has attracted much attention both in China and abroad. What impact will the meeting bring to the market? Regarding this topic, we have invited Dong Shaopeng, China Stock Market Policy Expert and Senior Researcher from the Chongyang Institute for Financial Studies at the Renmin University of China, and Yu Fenghui, economist, expert of the Top 100 Hong Kong Listed Companies Research Center, and new finance expert, to bring their comments and analysis.

Exclusive | Stitching together elegance: Inside workshop of a renowned Cheongsam maker

The rhythmic tapping of the foot pedal, the gentle push of the fabric, and the synchronized dance of the needle and thread - the meticulously aligned stitches line the edge of the fabric, a testament to the craft.

Connie Talk | Fan Meiyan: Charity adds impetus to education, cornerstone of country's development

In this episode, we're glad to have Ms. Fan Meiyan, the 26th-generation descendant of the Fan Zhongyan family and the president of the Hong Kong Fan Zhongyan Foundation, to share her views about educational philanthropy.

1-minutes News | Herbal tea drinks: Unstoppable rise of 'Punk Health' trends

Wuhan First Hospital has recently drawn attention with its innovative herbal tea beverages, such as Five Flowers Tea, which offer real health benefits. These drinks, available via convenient phone orders and window pick-ups, clear heat, promote fluid production, and cater to modern youth's needs.

Watch This | Secondary School Places Allocation: Interview with primary school students goes viral

On Tuesday (July 9), as the results for secondary school placements were released, a large number of students visited their primary schools to collect their placement certificates and registration documents for their new schools. One interview segment featuring a student from Yaumati Catholic Primary School (Hoi Wang Road) has gained significant attention.

Henry's Take EP8 | Selection and training of Chinese cadres: Governance experience comes first

Welcome to Henry's Take! Henry's Take will take you to the world of Western media and rebut some misunderstandings, biases, or false accusations.

DDN Business Insider | PBOC's operation of govt bonds borrowing: What changes will financial market face?

Editor's note: The People's Bank of China (PBOC) announced last week that it would borrow government bonds from some primary dealers in open market operations. How should we interpret the purpose of PBOC's announcement? What impact will it have on the bond market? How should we understand the impact of the central bank's series of operations on government bonds? Read on for the full scripts of our latest edition of DDN Business Insider.

Watch This | Futian Port-Zhongshan free special line: Half-hourly bus service provided as bus stops overflow

A free shopping line directly to the Zhongshan Expo Center is opened today (July 5) at Futian Port in Shenzhen. The bus stop at Futian Port is crowded, and in order to ease the flow of people and avoid the problem of road congestion, the original hourly bus plan is changed to a half-hourly bus.
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