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Accusing China of stealing AI secrets ‘old trick of a thief crying stop thief’

The US is acting out an old trick of “a thief crying stop thief” in its propaganda by accusing China of stealing its secrets to empower intelligence operations through artificial intelligence (AI), which according to Chinese AI experts on Tuesday, only exposes the US’ deep worries of lagging behind China in developing the transformative technology. The analysts made the remarks …

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LMC security cooperation key to combating financial crimes

With expanding financial activities between China and its neighboring countries, challenges in the area of financial security are giving rise to the growing need for regional cooperation in combating financial crimes, which is conducive to maintaining regional stability and creating a better environment for regional cooperation. During the fourth Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) Leaders’ Meeting on Monday, China called for strengthened …

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West’s blindness to breach of rule of law in Serbia is unacceptable

Protests have erupted in Belgrade, the capital of the Balkan nation of Serbia, as demonstrators tried to storm the City Assembly and gathered in front of a police station to protest against election results. Last week, the ruling Serbian Progressive Party won 47 percent of the votes after President Aleksandar Vucic called a snap election. Vucic referred to the protests …

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Solving the problem itself? Wish Manila keeps its words

Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr recently said in an interview with a Japanese media outlet that although the US has been assisting the Philippines in patrolling the sea lanes, the issue of the Ren’ai Jiao (Ren’ai Reef) is “a purely Filipino concern” and the Philippines intends to solve that problem itself. This statement is relatively close to the position the …

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China adds two more satellites to mega BeiDou constellation

The BeiDou Satellite Navigation System, also known as the BDS – China’s largest space-borne infrastructure to date that provides quality services to worldwide users – added two more satellites to its mega constellation on Tuesday. Carrying the 57th and the 58th satellites of the BDS system, a Long March-3B carrier rocket and the Yuanzheng-1 upper stage attached to the carrier …

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2023 Yearender: Cross-Straits ties mixed with restored exchanges and provocations from DPP, US

The year 2023 marks the first year of cross-Taiwan Straits exchanges fully resuming following the end of the pandemic, with people of vision on both sides of the Taiwan Straits continuing to promote communication and integration, and Taiwan secessionists who rely on the US for “independence” creating barriers for dialogue and elevating the atmosphere of hostility and tension. On December …

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Pushing forward the cause pioneered by Mao best way to pay tribute: Xi

Commemorations to mark the 130th anniversary of the birth of People’s Republic of China’s founding leader Chairman Mao Zedong were held by the Communist Party of China, the Chinese local governments and Chinese people across the country on Tuesday. From major cities like Beijing and Shanghai to Mao’s hometown of Shaoshan in Central China’s Hunan Province, as well as sacred …

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Premier Li stresses deepening integrated devt, security governance for LMC

Chinese Premier Li Qiang attended the fourth Lancang-Mekong Cooperation (LMC) Leaders’ Meeting via videolink on Monday, with the attendance of leaders from Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam, the five ASEAN member states that the Mekong River runs through. China called for the deepening of development for regional integration and security cooperation to crack down on telecom fraud among the …

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PLA Navy steps into deep blue, contributes to global peace and stability with 15 years of overseas escort missions

China is set to celebrate the 15th anniversary of its overseas naval escort missions on Tuesday, through which the country has been contributing to global peace and stability with concrete actions amid its shift in naval strategy from near seas defense to far seas protection, experts said. Under relevant resolutions by the UN Security Council, the Chinese People’s Liberation Army …

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Chinese tourism booms as New Year approaches; emerging growth drivers to propel high-quality recovery: experts

In the midst of the winter chill, the New Year’s Day holiday is ticking down. Despite temperatures plummeting to new lows across places, the enthusiasm for travel and consumption in China is rapidly heating up, turning the “cold resources” into a “hot economy.” Experts noted that the Chinese economy remains on the trajectory of accelerating recovery, with new growth drivers …

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