Many countries across the globe have witnessed a resurgence of COVID-19 infections over recent weeks.
Though the raging COVID-19 pandemic is casting a shadow over the economy of the Middle East, cooperation between China and Arab countries has shown resilience and vitality, offering hope of post-pandemic recovery in the region.
U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's anti-China speech at the end of July has undermined long-term U.S. interests, and appears likely to fail, like the country's many other foreign policies, according to a report published on The New Yorker on Wednesday.
High school graduates across China have made up their minds during this year's college admissions season and their choices of major have once again become a much-discussed topic on social media.
In coping with the disruptions from the COVID-19 epidemic and global economic slowdown, China's leadership has emphasized the need to steer the world's second-largest economy as if fighting a protracted war.
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NPC & CPPCC Annual Sessions 2020