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Iranian tech firm supplies first eye surgery simulator to China: Report
A medical technology company in Iran started marketing a patented device in other countries as a customer in China takes delivery of a first batch of its simulators that are used in ophthalmic surgeries.
China consumer prices rose in December ahead of Lunar New Year
China's consumer prices rebounded in December, official data showed Monday, as food prices picked up due to weather difficulties and rising demand ahead of the Lunar New Year festival.
Iran opens carpet gallery in China to mark 50th anniversary of diplomatic ties
Iran inaugurated a gallery of hand-woven carpets in Shanghai, China, on Saturday to commemorate the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Tehran and Beijing.
Pompeo lifts curbs on official US contacts with Taiwan
Announcement expected to upset China
China warns US against 'playing with fire' as another envoy set to visit Taiwan
China warned that the US is “playing with fire” by sending yet another official to visit Taiwan, despite repeated calls on Washington to stop such provocative acts.
Building frozen castles at China's Harbin Ice Festival
The 37th Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival in China has opened to visitors, featuring frozen towers, palaces and castles.
China to respond to planned Taiwan-US military talks
China voiced strong opposition to planned military talks between the US and Taiwan, warning that it would give the “necessary response” to the negotiations.
China jails gang for smuggling pangolin scales from Nigeria
A court in China has jailed 17 people for smuggling pangolin scales worth $28 million from Nigeria to China.
China calls on US to stop spreading ‘fake info’ about Beijing
China dismissed US accusations of undermining international rule of law, calling on Washington to stop manufacturing fake information about Beijing and return to rationality and reason.
Iranian-Chinese animation ‘The Gools’ to be screened in China
A joint animation project between Iran and China, ‘The Gools,’ received a screening permit in China and soon will hit the Chinese silver screens.
Edinburgh's giant pandas may 'return to China' over COVID losses
Edinburgh Zoo's giant pandas may have to return to China next year because of financial pressures.
China sees ‘no limit’ in developing strategic ties with Russia in 2021
China has expressed strong determination to continue strategic ties with Russia in the year ahead, with the Chinese foreign minister saying Beijing sees “no limit” as to how far the cooperation between the two sides can reach.
Xi hails China’s economic growth despite pandemic setback
China has made major progress in developing its economy and eradicating rural poverty over the past year despite the coronavirus pandemic, Chinese President Xi Jinping said in a New Year address.
In tough year, China makes decisive progress in ending absolute poverty
A skilled baker with seven years of experience, Abudujilil Tuhtey can make 500 to 600 pieces of naan every day. It's a staple food popular in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.

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