China aims to codify law on environment

Thousands flock to Beijing's rejuvenated temple fairs

Great Wall guardian

Ministry issues guidelines on rural water management

Lanterns light up China's night economy

China aims to codify law on environment

China is formulating an environment and ecology code so that stronger legislation can boost efforts to curb pollution and beautify the country. READ MORE >>>>

Thousands flock to Beijing's rejuvenated temple fairs

A strong sense of nostalgia permeated temple fairs held across Beijing during the Spring Festival holiday this year. Children could be seen sitting on the shoulders of their fathers, mothers pushed baby strollers, and long lines of people waited to buy treats from food stalls. READ MORE >>>>

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Jiankou is widely considered one of the most dangerous parts of the Great Wall in Beijing and is known by hikers as the "wild Wall". The only way up to the bulwark is a rocky path along cliffs. READ MORE >>>>

Ministry issues guidelines on rural water management

The Ministry of Ecology and Environment has adopted two guidelines that aim to enhance water environment management in rural China, as the country strives to promote rural vitalization. The documents on the treatment of domestic wastewater and black and odorous water bodies were passed in an executive meeting of the ministry on January 2024, according to a media release from the national environmental watchdog. READ MORE >>>>

Lanterns light up China's night economy

China's night economy came alive with lanterns of various shapes and colors, illuminating tourist sites in two China cities as part of the Chinese New Year celebrations. READ MORE >>>>

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01-26Chinese tourists flock to savor trendy immersive experiences

Tourists donning traditional Chinese attire, Hanfu, strolled through ancient-style buildings in a vibrant block, happily posing for photographers. Located in the city of Xi'an in Northwest China's Shaanxi province, this block features elements of Chang'an, the old name for the city when it was the capital of China's Tang Dynasty (618-907).