Border guard life in China: what’s it like?

Coast guardsmen conducted a pedestrian inspection of the China-Mongolian boundary river under the extreme cold weather of minus 40°C (-40°F). Coast guardsmen inspecting a 30-kilometer section of the China-Mongolia border in Gansu. The highest temperature in summer is over 50°C and the lowest temperature in winter is -40°C. It is recognized by UN as a… Read More »

The Chinese way to turn desert into fertile land

 Located in northern China’s Hebei Province, Saihanba was once a royal hunting ground thanks to its cool summer weather and proximity to Beijing. Saihanba was turned into a desert by the end of the Qing Dynasty due to forest fires, deforestation and constant wars. Desertification was also accelerated by the strong winds from the… Read More »

This Is The Chinese Way of Eradicating Poverty

China is committed to achieving a green economy. Accelerating urbanization in Nagqu, Tibet is ensured by a strong government and efficient transportation system built on the region with an average altitude of over 4,500 meters (14,764 feet). As the railway transports an increasing number of tourists to the region, Nagqu is striving in developing its… Read More »

How China came to dominate clean energy

China is currently the largest energy consumer in the world and the largest producer and consumer of coal. However, China leads in global shift to renewable energy. Major Chinese wind energy companies such as China Energy Investment Corporation, the world’s largest wind energy developer, are continuing to expand overseas in recent years. In its pledge… Read More »

China’s quantum satellite Mozi

Mozi is the world’s first quantum scientific experimental satellite developed by China. It is named after Mozi who first proposed that light travels in a straight line and designed the first small hole imaging experiment. Mozi laid the foundation for optical communication and quantum communication, therefore the satellite was named after him. On August 16,… Read More »

Category: IT

Beijing Capital International Airport

Beijing Capital International Airport, also known as “Capital Airport”, is located in Shunyi District, Beijing, China. The airport is owned and operated by the Beijing Capital International Airport Company Limited, a state-controlled company. The airport’s IATA Airport code, PEK, is based on the city’s former romanized name, Peking. Beijing Capital International Airport is China’s important… Read More »

Over 100 ways a single chef’s knife can be used – A Bite of China

Only Chinese chefs can make various delicious dishes using a single kitchen knife. Chinese chef knife can be used in many ways: Chopping, Cutting, Slicing. Take this Cuizhu Fish Fry (Yangzhou cuisine) as an example, chefs from Huaiyang use only a single knife to do splitting, cutting, chopping. The most amazing skill required in making… Read More »

Cupping Therapy Explained (video)

Cupping therapy has a long history in China, It is an ancient Chinese cultural treasure. During the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, American swimmer Michael Phelps used cupping therapy to facilitate physical recovery and rehabilitation. In the view of modern medical science, after swimming for a long time, lots of exercise can lead… Read More »

This is how land mines and explosives are destroyed in China

Location: Far away from densely populated areas Inspect and classify landmines and explosives in advance (most time is spent in this part). Landmines, grenades, projectile fuze will be concentrated and detonated with TNT explosive. Detonators and bullets will be burned in special destruction furnace. After removing the waterproof cover, cannonballs will be burned with TNT… Read More »