The World’s Longest Manmade River: Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal

Twilight in Wuxi, an ancient city by the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal, the longest and the oldest surviving manmade river in the world. The Grand Canal was constructed during the Sui Dynasty (581 – 618) by connecting numerous ancient waterways between the South Song capital and the second Ming capital via Nanjing, Suzhou and Shanghai. Until the 20th century, about 70 per […]

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5G and Huawei

On February 25, 2019, Huawei unveiled its foldable 5G phone with the largest extended screen in the world, which can be folded into a slim 6.6-inch smartphone and when unfolded it becomes an 8-inch tablet. Huawei Is Ready for 5G Solution Chinese tech giant Huawei unveiled by the end of 2018 the world’s first “5G solution-ready” commercial 7nm (nanometre) chipset Kirin 980 […]

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China’s Majiabang Culture 6,000 Years Ago

Majiabang Culture (马家浜文化) existed during the so-called Neolithic Age at the mouth of the Yangtze River, primarily around Lake Tai, in the area between Changzhou in southern Jiangsu and Hangzhou in northern Zhejiang, centred with Jiaxing, 100 km from Shanghai. Its existence was previously unknown until 1959 during a government-organised archaeological study at village Majiabang in Jiaxing. The unearthed items from […]

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24 Chinese Solar Terms in Season

Traditionally, the pace of Chinese people’s life was rhythemed by the 24 Solar Terms, which divide each lunar month into 2 segments based on the sun’s movement. Chinese farmers schedule their farming work according to these seasonal turning points. It is a great invention that has ensured people in China are adequately fed and Chinese civilisation is able to continue and upgrade for thousands of years. […]

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