China Daily was established in June 1981 and has the widest print circulation of any English-language newspaper in China (over 200,000 copies per issue, of which a third are abroad). The editorial office is in the Chaoyang District of Beijing, and the newspaper has branch offices in most major cities of China as well as several major foreign cities including New York City, Washington, D.C., London and Kathmandu. The paper is published by satellite offices in the United States, Hong Kong, and Europe.
Published Monday to Saturday, it serves those who are foreigners in China, as well as those who wish to improve their English, and it is often used as a guide to government policy. The editorial policies differ in being slightly more liberal than most Chinese language newspapers. The stated goal of the newspaper is the presentation of "China and China's news to a unique group of readers and providing services and entertainment specially suited to those readers." As of its first publication on 1 June 1981, most of the editorial staff of China Daily are Chinese.
The spelling Beijing was adopted for use within China upon the approval of Hanyu Pinyin on February 11, 1958, during the Fifth Session of the 1st National People's Congress. It became obligatory for all foreign publications issued by the People's Republic on 1 January 1979. It was gradually adopted by various news organizations, governments, and international agencies over the next decade.
The Dashanzi factory complex began as an extension of the "Socialist Unification Plan" of military-industrial cooperation between the Soviet Union and the newly formed People's Republic of China. By 1951, 156 "joint factory" projects had been realized under that agreement, part of the Chinese government's first Five-Year Plan. However the People's Liberation Army still had a dire need of modern electronic components, which were produced in only two of the joint factories. The Russians were unwilling to undertake an additional project at the time, and suggested that the Chinese turn to East Germany from which much of the Soviet Union's electronics equipment was imported. So at the request of then-Premier Zhou Enlai, scientists and engineers joined the first Chinese trade delegation to East Germany in 1951, visiting a dozen factories. The project was green-lighted in early 1952 and a Chinese preparatory group was sent to East Berlin to prepare design plans. This project, which was to be the largest by East Germany in China, was then informally known as Project #157.
The 2008 Summer Olympic Games, officially known as the Games of the XXIX Olympiad (Chinese:第二十九届夏季奥林匹克运动会; pinyin:Dì Èrshíjiǔ Jiè Xiàjì Àolínpǐkè Yùndònghuì) and commonly known as Beijing 2008, was a major international multi-sport event that took place in Beijing, China, from 8 to 24 August 2008. A total of 10,942 athletes from 204 National Olympic Committees (NOCs) competed in 28 sports and 302 events (a total of one event more than the schedule of the 2004 Games). China became the 22nd nation to host the Olympic Games and the 18th to hold a Summer Olympic Games. It was the third time that the Summer Olympic Games were held in Asia, after Tokyo, Japan, in 1964 and Seoul, South Korea, in 1988. This was the second time the Summer Olympic Games were staged in a socialist country, after the 1980 Olympics in the Soviet Union.
The equestrian events were held in Hong Kong, making it the third time the events of the same Olympics were held under the jurisdiction of two different NOCs, while sailing was contested in Qingdao, and football events took place in several different cities.
A visitor experiences Gongti Metaverse livestreaming during the GlobalDigital EconomyConference 2023 in Beijing on July 5 ... Du Jinapo/For ChinaDaily) ... Fostering new growth momentum and upgrading traditional industries has been high on China's development agenda, experts noted ... Digital talent in China are more involved in ICT sector2023-03-22 ....
The superstar topped the standings to seal her spot in Saturday's final at the Beijing 2022 venue. (CHINA DAILY) ...Despite riding with pain in her right shoulder caused by a fall in training last month, Gu went all out on Thursday in her first competition in China since winning two gold medals at Beijing 2022.
AN LINGJUN/FOR CHINA DAILY ... The four-title early-season haul has already matched Team China's gold count from last season's World Cup campaign, boding well for the team's bid to beat its four-medal Beijing 2022 total at the 2026 Winter Olympics.
"My colleagues at several domestic institutes and I have proposed a technology demonstration mission to the country's space community, and are hoping it will happen in the near future," Hou told ChinaDaily in an exclusive interview last month in Beijing, on the sidelines of an international space industry forum.
A booth promotes 6G technology during an expo in Beijing. (DU JIANPO/FOR CHINA DAILY) ...Wang said ShanghaiNokiaBell, Ericsson, ChinaMobile, China Telecom, China Unicom, Huawei, ZTE, Vivo and Inspur have participated in China's 6G technical trials and tests in 2023 ... China Unicom is working hard to explore key potential technologies for 6G.
(CHINA DAILY) ...Yang Haoliang, vice-president of CASSpace, told ChinaDaily on Sunday that his company is focused on the research and development of liquid-fueled rocket models, which are expected to receive many orders for the deployment of large satellite networks.
In recent years, China's real estate market has experienced some major adjustments and shown a downtrend ... But China is not yet a developed economy ... The article is a translation of the writer's speech at a recent seminar of the China Macroeconomy Forum, a Beijing-based think tank. The views do not necessarily reflect those of China Daily.
China had been through even tougher times ... The economic challenges that China faces, currently or in the future, are related to its vitality ... The article is a translation of the writer's speech at a recent seminar of the China Macroeconomy Forum, a Beijing-based think tank. The views do not necessarily reflect those of China Daily.