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Chinese Premier Li Keqiang addresses the General Assembly at the United Nations on Sept. 21, 2016 in New York City.
China to Increase Its UN Development Aid

President Xi Jinping has called for the protection of Qinghai Lake and other resources of the region during a three-day visit to Qinghai Province.
Xi Urges Protection of Environment amid Development During Qinghai Visit

Beijing's water diversion project has not only prevented the decline of underground water level, but also brought water supply to downtown and suburban areas.
Beijing’s Water Diversion Project Prevents Decline of Underground Water Level

Local tourists pose to have their pictures taken during a travel tour.
Chinese Tourists Learn About Risks in Cheap Travel Offers

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Located in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in northwest China, the Taklimakan Desert is also recognized as the second largest shifting-sand desert in the world, next to Sahara Desert in Africa.
Desertification: New Hurdle of the Silk Road

Participants from different countries pose for a picture during the 8th ICT Forum held in June in Macao.
ICT Development Issues Discussed in 12th Asia-Pacific Forum in Macao

Laborers tie a rope to pile logs at a timber market in Huaibei, Anhui Province.
China to Halt Commercial Logging, Expand Forest Cover

People attend a lantern fair to celebrate Yuan Xiao Jie, or the Lantern Festival, in Nanjing, Jiangsu Province.
Three Cities Ranked as China’s Top 'Cities of Opportunity' in PwC Report

Smoke rises from the chimneys of a thermal power plant in Shanghai.
China Pushing for Green Technology, Sustainable Development in 2015

The key to sustainable development lies in the modernization of Chinese agriculture.
Farmers Out, Professionals In

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