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  • Xi's Art of Leadership Driving China's Development

    The revitalization of China differs from that of other countries in that it represents the rejuvenation of one-fifth of the global population. At the same time, the leadership of China is not the leadership of an ordinary country as it is the leadership of one of the most ancient civilizations in the world.

  • Collaboration With China for Improving Human Health

    Charles Mackay, who received his PhD from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 1987 and is now an Adjunct Professor at Monash University, was elected as a member of the Australian Academy of Sciences in 2009, and was appointed as the Distinguished Chief Expert of Qilu University of Technology (Shandong Academy of Sciences) in 2017.

  • China-US Relations Need Dialogue, Understanding, Communication

    "After reading this book, I hope you can now understand why your father keeps running to China, a marvelous country," These are the words Professor Denis Simon wrote to his children in his first book, Technological Innovation in China: The Case of Shanghai Semiconductor Industry, which he published three decades ago.

  • Cooperation Lights the Way

    "I think international cooperation is the basis for sci-tech advancement," Emiliya Kalamiyets, a member at the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus, told Science and Technology Daily recently.

  • China, A Land of Opportunity and Diversity

    Mohammad Saiyedul Islam, a Doctoral Fellow at the School of International Trade and Economics at Jiangxi University? of Finance and Economics, came to China for further study in 2018 from Bangladesh. Recently, Islam shared his thoughts on his China story with S&T Daily.

  • 20th CPC National Congress Raises Global Hopes

    The much anticipated 20th National Congress of the Communist Party of China (CPC) recently ended on a high note. The congress elected Xi Jinping as general secretary? of the CPC Central Committee while also bringing fresh blood to the party leadership.

  • Tianjin in My Eyes

    The 4th "Tianjin in My Eyes" Photo Contest was launched by the Tianjin Municipal Bureau of Science and Technology in order to showcase the beauty of Tianjin and tell the stories of Tianjin from the perspective of foreign experts.

  • The Future to be in China

    William N. Brown, the first American to receive a Chinese Green Card in Fujian province and one of the earliest foreign teachers of the MBA program in Chinese universities, has been teaching in Xiamen University since 1988, where he is a professor at the university's School of Management.

  • Foreign Experts and Firms Eye More Opportunities in China 

    China has made landmark achievements in the past decade and provided broad opportunities for global professionals and multinational companys with new development concepts.

  • Falling in Love with Pandas

    Everything in its Right Place is a song by the British rock band Radiohead and it pretty much sums up how I have felt during my past 10 years working in the Chengdu Panda Base. When I first arrived at the Panda Base, it was instantly clear what the Base needed — it was in my job description after all.