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China looking to ride Web 3.0 wave

Last October, renowned Hong Kong director and comedian Stephen Chow said in his first social media post that he is "seeking outstanding Web3 talent in the dark."

China's experience in education, scientific research 'inspiring' to Arab world: Egyptian expert

China's experience in education, scientific research and technology is "inspiring" to Arab countries which are seeking to learn and localize China's technologies, the head of the Arab Union for Education and Scientific Research (Arutic) said in a recent interview.

Australian technology developed to safeguard spent nuclear fuel

Researchers from Australia's national science agency, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), have developed a world-leading system to safeguard spent nuclear fuel around the world.

China to launch 200-plus spacecraft in 2023

The China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC) plans to launch more than 200 spacecraft with over 60 space missions in 2023, according to a company report released Wednesday.

China releases report on remote sensing monitoring for global ecology

China's Ministry of Science and Technology issued a 2022 annual report on the remote sensing monitoring of the global ecological environment on Tuesday in Beijing.

Chinese space industry expands to new levels

China's space industry had a busy year in 2022, the highlight of which was completion of one of the world's largest and most sophisticated orbiting infrastructures, the Tiangong space station.

Largest solid carrier rocket in China authorized for sea launch

China's largest solid carrier rocket, the Lijian-1, has been approved for launch at sea, according to the Beijing-based rocket company CAS Space.

Top 10 Chinese scientific advances for 2022 unveiled

China on Thursday unveiled a list of the country's top 10 scientific advances for 2022, which was selected by members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and members of the Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE).

Twitter hacked, 200 million user email addresses leaked, researcher says

Hackers stole the email addresses of more than 200 million Twitter users and posted them on an online hacking forum, a security researcher said Wednesday.

Opinion | Huawei's rise from the ashes

For over three years now, the Chinese technology company Huawei has been subject to a relentless campaign by the United States government to try and destroy its business. Having rose rapidly as one of the world's most successful telecommunications firm, beginning in 2018 Washington launched a campaign of aggression against it which involved coercing countries to ban it from its 5G networks, placing it under growing semiconductor and supply chain sanctions (including the foreign direct product rule).0

Chinese-developed passenger jet enters overseas market for first time

China's domestically-developed regional jetliner, the ARJ21, was delivered to its first overseas client, TransNusa, an Indonesian airline, on Sunday, marking the first time a Chinese passenger jetliner has entered foreign markets.

2-million-year-old DNA discovered in Greenland

Scientists have identified DNA from animals, plants and microbes dating to about 2 million years ago – the oldest on record by far – from sediment at Greenland's northernmost point dug up around the mouth of an Arctic Ocean fjord, revealing an amazing lost world at this remote frontier.

Mainland approves nasal COVID vaccine co-developed by HKU

Mainland authorities have approved a nasal spray COVID-19 vaccine co-developed by the University of Hong Kong (HKU) for emergency use.

Meta says it may remove news from platform if U.S. Congress passes media bill

Facebook parent Meta Platforms Inc (META.O) on Monday threatened to remove news from its platform if the U.S. Congress passes a proposal aimed at making it easier for news organizations to negotiate collectively with companies like Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Facebook.

HK Space Museum showcases VR exhibit to let visitors understand spacewalking on the moon and Mars

The Hong Kong Space Museum will showcase a new interactive exhibit, "Moon | Mars VR", starting tomorrow (December 3) for one year. The exhibit makes use of the data provided by the China National Space Administration and the Hong Kong Polytechnic University (PolyU) team led by the Fiona Cheung Professor in Spatial Science Professor Wu Bo, to create a virtual reality environment of our moon and the planet Mars, allowing visitors to understand spacewalking on the two celestial bodies and explore the landing sites of Chang'e 4 and Tianwen-1.
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