China will complete a national monitoring network for biodiversity conservation this year as it prepares to host a crucial United Nations conference on the subject, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment said.
China's progress on biodiversity conservation offers meaningful takeaways for other countries.
Every Spring Festival, people in many places in Yunnan, especially in Jiangchuan District, Yuxi City, usually like to make a kind of salty and umami food, Zhamo.
The Dashanbao National Nature Reserve for Black-necked Cranes in Zhaotong City, Yunnan Province, was established in 2003.
A series of picture books gives children and adults a taste of traditional culture by exploring the history and origin of popular Chinese dishes in a new and contemporary way, Mei Jia reports.
Recently, six red-crested pochards arrived at the Daling River in Jinzhou, Liaoning province.
Before the coming Chinese lantern festival, sweet dumplings become incresingly popular.
Various activities are held across China to greet the upcoming Lantern Festival, which falls on Feb. 26 this year.
The huge support China has provided to the multilateral environment agenda is key to hastening low carbon growth while shielding communities and ecosystems from shocks linked to the COVID-19 pandemic, a senior UN Environment Programme (UNEP) official has said.
China's economy continued to gather steam during the Spring Festival period, although millions of people have stayed put for the weeklong holiday starting on Feb. 11.
The online and offline boom in the consumption of products and services during the Spring Festival holiday heralded a stronger year of consumer confidence and domestic market expansion in 2021.
In winter, people living in Jiangchuan District, Yuxi City, Yunnan Province often stew free range chicken in clay pots, which is nourishing and delicious.
New leisure modes have become emerging drivers for China's domestic tourism, with local tours and online tourism widely favored during the week-long Spring Festival holiday.
The annual gala, which is held on Lunar New Year's Eve, has become a "tradition" during Spring Festival celebrations. Millions of families switch on their TV sets to watch the gala-usually lasting over four hours-after having a sumptuous dinner.
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