The 2021 Boao Forum for Asia (BFA) kicked off in Boao, a coastal resort in South China's Hainan Province on Sunday. In the post-COVID19 era, this is the first international forum comprising mostly offline conferences this year.
Don't miss the Bay Glory in Shenzhen, south China’s Guangdong Province when you want to seek the city’s beauty from high above. With a height of 128 meters and a diameter of 113.3 meters, the Ferris wheel was opened to the public on Sunday.
The #ferriswheel "Light of the Bay Area" was opened to public on Sunday at the OCT Harbour, China's Guangdong Province. This space capsule-like ferris wheel enables tourists to overview the seascape.🎡
Nearly 192.13 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines had been administered across China as of Sunday, the National Health Commission said Monday
China's CanSino Biologics will be starting clinical trials for a COVID-19 vaccine that is administered through inhalation next week, the company's co-founder and Chief Executive Xuefeng Yu said on Sunday.
A steppe fire in the eastern Mongolian province of Sukhbaatar was completely extinguished early Monday morning, according to the authorities. The steppe fire broke out before noon on Sunday and spread to the territory which borders Xilingol League, north China's Inner Mongolia.
Bayan Nur city of N. China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region on Saturday reported a suspected case of the #BubonicPlague and issued a level III early warning on Sunday, urging residents to strictly follow prevention and control measures regarding the handling of wild animals.
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China on Sunday reported 57 new confirmed coronavirus infections, its highest single-day tally in 2 months. One potential outbreak source is a Beijing market where 10,000 people work and that supplies 90% of the city's fruits and vegetables.
Riot police detain protesters during a demonstration in Hong Kong Sunday. Dozens were arrested after protests erupted against traders from China who buy vast amounts of duty free goods in Hong Kong and take them back to the mainland to sell at a profit. (Reuters/VOA)