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  • Grow Your Career and Realize Your Dream in China

    Safe, peaceful, and flexible with a friendly environment — these are the qualities in China that have helped convince me to advance my career and settle down to a stable life in the country. I have never seen or encountered any violence during my stay in China. The law enforcement system and police are always active and people can move about freely without any risk to our safety. For example, the surveillance systems in most public infrastructure reduce the risk and allow us to go about our daily lives peacefully.

  • Sowing the Seeds of Success

    On November 9, 2001, Chuanchai Pongsai left his hometown of Chiang Mai, Thailand, and arrived in China's Yunnan province for further study. At that time, he envisioned more high-quality maize seeds being available in Yunnan province, in order to booze the crop yields.

  • BMDAC Promotes China-Canada Medical Exchanges

    On October 26, a medical team from the Bethune Medical Development Association of Canada (BMDAC) arrived at the Meizhou People's Hospital in Guangdong province to engage in in-depth academic exchanges and signed an agreement to jointly establish a technical cooperation hospital.

  • Pakistani Researcher: We All Benefit from BRI

    Moaaz Awan's family has a long connection with China. Both his grandfather and his father studied and worked in China, and the young man from Pakistan is following in their footsteps, currently doing his PhD at Tianjin University (TJU). "When I was young, I lived in China with my father for a while, so I have strong feelings for China," he said. After completing high school, Awan chose to study in China.

  • Centuries' Connection with China

    Michael Crook, 72, has lived in Beijing for more than 50 years. Six generations of his family, from his great-grandmother to his grandchildren have lived in China for over a century, investing a lot of effort in English education in the country, while witnessing its glorious development.

  • Nanjing: Harvesting Innovative Vitality

    When mentioned Nanjing, capital city of Jiangsu province of southeast China, the historic city leaves people with many reveries and memories, as well as the infinite vitality unleashed by the sci-tech development.

  • Connecting with China

    In early 2021, Romanian Silviu Negru, received an job invitation from Great Wall Motor Mind Electric and Electronic System (Mind) and arrived in China in July of the same year. Whilst being excited to work in the country, he also had bouts of anxiety about how he would adapt to the different lifestyle.

  • Sichuan Sets Up Service Platform for Foreign Experts

    The Sichuan Service Alliance for Foreign Experts has recently been established to provide a service platform for foreign experts in Sichuan province, southwestern China.

  • The Nobel Laureate Who Almost Wasn't

    Despite the implication of the title, I believed from the time Professor Moungi G. Bawendi was my PhD advisor that he was destined to become a Nobel Laureate. I never doubted it. Recently, I even suspected that 2023 would be his year and had been awaiting the announcement of the prize for chemistry since the day before.

  • Deeper Cultural Value of Kung Fu

    Laurence J. Brahm has many strings to his bow. The American is an international lawyer, author and award-winning documentary filmmaker, a senior international fellow at the Center for China and Globalization, founding director of the Himalayan Consensus Institute, and co-chair of the Silk Spice Road Dialogues convened by the United Nations Development Programme. In 2019, Brahm received the Chinese Government Friendship Award for his contributions to promoting traditional Chinese culture at global stage.

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