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China cut "carbon intensity" 18.8% in past five years, in effort to rein in emissions
China, the world’s biggest emitter of greenhouse gases, succeeded in lowering “carbon intensity” by 18.8% in the five years through 2020, a Ministry of Ecology and Environment (MEE) report said, showing the economy’s reduced reliance on fossil fuels.
China takes procuratorial measures to protect public security 'underfoot'
China's procuratorates have stepped up supervisory efforts to strengthen the management of manhole covers and crack down on related criminal cases to safeguard public security "underfoot”.
China considers ways to manage financial risks stemming from capital inflows
China’s top banking and insurance regulator expressed wariness of the risk of bubbles bursting in foreign markets, and said Beijing is studying effective measures to manage capital inflows to prevent turbulence in the domestic market.
China enacts new regulations banning corporal punishment, verbal abuse in schools
China's new rules governing school disciplinary methods came into force on Monday, banning physical punishment and verbal abuse in primary and secondary schools.
Researchers review data related to high number of cancer deaths in China
The past century or so has seen unprecedented technological, scientific, and sociological evolution worldwide. These have accompanied global shifts in people's lifestyles and rapid changes in the environment, both natural and man-made. An unfavorable consequence of these alterations has been the increasing burden of cancer on human society.
Poverty alleviation, a solemn promise fulfilled by Chinese leadership
With its fundamental purpose of serving the people heart and soul, the Communist Party of China (CPC) has been devoted to leading the nation towards building a moderately prosperous society in all respects, and has helped it achieve miraculous results in reducing poverty.
US destroyer sails in South China Sea by China-claimed islands
A US Navy warship sailed by islands claimed by China in the South China Sea on Wednesday in a freedom of navigation operation, marking the latest move by the administration of US President Joe Biden to challenge Beijing’s territorial claims in the contested waters.
China overtakes US as EU's biggest trading partner
China is now the EU's biggest trading partner, overtaking the US in 2020.
China’s film fans spend on homegrown entertainment as Hollywood struggles
With China’s box office takings expected to return to near pre-pandemic highs in 2021, the world’s largest movie market is becoming more attractive for Hollywood studios.
US should stop ‘pointing fingers’ at China over pandemic: Embassy
China shot back at the US for raising concerns about the World Health Organization’s (WHO) latest report on the origins of the coronavirus pandemic after a month-long field investigation in the Asian country, saying Washington should stop “pointing fingers” at Beijing over the outbreak.
China’s box office roars while Hollywood remains on mute
China’s box office was off to a roaring start during the crucial Lunar New Year holiday while the majority of cinemas remain closed in North America, underscoring the diverging fates of the world’s two largest film markets.
China holiday train travel down nearly 70% amid restrictions
Railway journeys in China during the usually frenetic Lunar New Year holiday travel rush are down by almost 70% amid calls for people to stay where they are to avoid a new outbreak of COVID-19.

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