Students from the Communication University of China held a cloud ceremony against online game settings to celebrate this year's graduation season amid campus closures in China due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
The Central Axis is a north-south line that runs through the center of Beijing. This 7.8-kilometer axis was formed 800 years ago during the Yuan Dynasty.
Puppet play, a form of entertainment that uses puppets to perform stories, is known as the "ancestor of opera".
Preliminary data from a clinical trial has shown that the vaccine developed by Chinese institutes induced high-titer antibodies in all those who had been inoculated.
China's top animator Tian Xiaopeng will be the director of the live-action sci-fi epic "The Three-Body Problem," which could save the already shelved project.
Zuo Xiaofeng has helped people in the second largest city in Tibet to make the best use of the courier service, in a bid to further facilitate the transportation of local products and boost rural household consumption.
The last networking satellite of China's BeiDou-3 Navigation Satellite System was launched on June 23. This "final satellite" means that the deployment of BeiDou-3 has been completed in an all-round way.
The 4th World Intelligence Congress will open in north China's Tianjin on June 23. The congress will attract cutting-edge ideas, the latest technologies, and high-end products.
Experts at a recent World Peace Forum Special Video Conference discussed how to tackle potential risks posed by AI and ensure the technology be used for the good of humanity.
The world's first mobile quantum communication satellite Mozi has achieved entanglement-based secure quantum cryptography over a distance of 1,120 kilometers.
The recent death of African American George Floyd has once again contradicted the founding principle of the United States.
The death of George Floyd has sparked large-scale protests. This incident revealed the long-standing problem in American society and ignited people's pent-up discontent and outrage.
A documentary film about Lang Ping was set to premiere on YouTube on June 7, but the plan has suddenly changed, and the film is now aiming for a China release first.
China's Five-hundred-meter Aperture Spherical radio Telescope (FAST), the world's largest single-dish radio telescope, has detected a new fast radio burst (FRB).
"The death of George Floyd has reopened the deepest wound of American racism,” said Zhang Yonghe, standing director of the China Society for Human Rights Studies.