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Hong Kong Chief Executive Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor (third right) leads in officiating at the opening ceremony of the National Security Education Day at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre on Thursday.Edmond Tang/china Daily

HK events highlight State security

Ensuring Hong Kong is administered by patriots is key to safeguarding political security, which is an essential element of national security, local political leaders stressed during this year's National Security Education Day, the first in the city since the implementation of the National Security Law.

TOP NEWS

Economic stability in HK called key

Hong Kong vows to consolidate economic and financial security, which is the lifeblood and cornerstone of a modern economy and society, the city's finance chief and heads of financial regulators said at a forum on National Security Education Day 2021 in the special administrative region on Thursday.

CHINA

Commercialization of science picks up

A recent report on China's commercialization of scientific and technological achievements shows continuous endeavors by Chinese academic institutes to industrialize the fruits of their research.

DISCOVER SHANXI

New roads make Shanxi visits a tourist's dream

When a bus rode through the Xishan Mountains in the west of Taiyuan, the capital of North China's Shanxi province, on April 7, passengers were pleased at the sight of blooming sakura flowers on both sides of the road.

ADVERTORIAL

Chengyang's green development combining art and rural revitalization

Chengyang, a 1,000-year-old village on the banks of Dongqian Lake in Yinzhou district, Ningbo, Zhejiang province, has embarked on a green development path that prioritizes novelty, aesthetics and humanity, officials said.

COMMENT

US challenge to China's core interests could jeopardize crucial cooperation

People longing to see an improvement in Sino-US relations are looking to the visit to China of John Kerry, US President Joe Biden's climate envoy, to ease the tense political climate between the two countries, after the recent talks between their top diplomats in Alaska served only to show the extent of the estrangement between the two sides.

VIEWS

China-Japan ties face cold challenges

Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga's scheduled meeting with US President Joe Biden in Washington on Friday, the US leader's first face-to-face talks with another country's leader since taking office in January, is aimed at rebuilding the US-Japan alliance which was strained due to previous US president Donald Trump's "America first" policy.

WORLD

Japan's safety claims fall flat

An increasing number of scientists are unconvinced by Japanese assertions that it will be safe to release radioactive water from the destroyed Fukushima nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean.

BUSINESS

24 new steps to boost business environment

China will reduce burdens of market participants and boost investment as part of its new measures to optimize the overall business environment and foster high-quality development, officials and experts said on Thursday.

BUSINESS FOCUS

Manufacturing clusters key to economic growth

A friendly competition of sorts is unfolding among major Chinese cities as the nation highlights its determination to sharpen its industrial capabilities by building up competitive advanced manufacturing clusters.

LIFE

The journey continues

Liang Xiaosheng is one of the few living writers that is a household name-and not just in his own country. His works have been published in multiple languages but, at 71, he still zestfully questions the ultimate meaning of literature.

SPORTS

Matsuyama's mastery to elevate Asia's game

Hideki Matsuyama's historic triumph in becoming the first Japanese winner at the Masters looks set to spark immediate gains for Asian golf.

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