Articles about Xinhua
06 Jul 2020
Chinese city hit by 'Black Death' plague: All details here
A Chinese city in Inner Mongolia sounded an alert for the bubonic plague on Sunday at a time when the world is already grappling with coronavirus, whose outbreak also originated in China. The plague-prevention measures will remain imposed throughout 2020.
29 Jun 2020
China: 4 lakh people under lockdown as coronavirus cases rise
China has reimposed a strict lockdown in a province neighboring capital Beijing after detecting new coronavirus cases in the region.
12 Aug 2019
Now, China is inducting robots into its traffic police force
After deploying cops with hi-tech facial recognition glasses, China has started inducting robots to monitor and police citizens.
05 May 2019
Girl dances for 5 days non-stop; sets Guinness World Record
A Nepali teenager has broken the world record for dancing.
30 Mar 2019
Factory explosion kills five, injures three in China's Shandong Province
An explosion caused by a gas leak ripped through a factory in China's Shandong Province, killing five persons and injuring three others, the second such incident in about a week, state-run Xinhua news agency reported today.
20 Feb 2019
Meet Xin Xiaomeng, China's revolutionary AI-powered female news anchor
If you think journalists or news presenters cannot be replaced by machines, think again!
01 Feb 2019
China vows increased US imports, IP protection at trade talks
China agreed to increase imports of US goods and boost cooperation on protecting intellectual property (IP) during trade talks in Washington.
13 Jul 2018
China: Explosion at chemical plant kills 19, injures 12
An explosion at a chemical plant in China has killed 19 and injured 12, authorities said today, the latest industrial accident in a country where lax regulations often lead to tragedy.
27 Dec 2017
China's Xinhua news terms 2017 the 'Year of Brand Modi'
Xinhua, China's official state-run news agency has declared 2017 as the 'Year of Brand Modi' in politics.
01 Dec 2017
All smiles as "veteran cadres" Obama and Xi reunite
Former US President Barack Obama met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, weeks serving American President Donald Trump's maiden state visit to China.
02 Oct 2017
China gets $5.5 billion bullet train project nod from Thailand
According to reports, Thailand has greenlit China's first international order of bullet train technology by agreeing to a US$5.5 billion worth high-speed railway project, which will connect Bangkok, Thailand's capital city, with Southern China.
11 Sep 2017
China plans to ban petrol and diesel cars soon
China's pollution level is one of the highest in the world; it's been seeking to remedy the situation for some time now.
21 Aug 2017
After racist video, Chinese media releases another one on Doklam
After releasing a racist anti-India video on Doklam last week, China's state-run Xinhua news agency seems to be going for a more mellow approach.
18 Aug 2017
Doklam Standoff: Chinese state media mocks India with racist video
Chinese media has been warning and accusing India of wrongfully entering China's territory for over two months now.
16 Jul 2017
No room for negotiations, India must withdraw: Chinese media
Continuing its tirade against India amid the ongoing Sikkim standoff, state-owned Xinhua news agency asserted that there was no room for negotiations with India and that the only solution was for Indian troops to withdraw from Doklam.
12 Jul 2017
China sends troops to overseas base, should India be concerned?
Chinese state media have reported that ships carrying Chinese troops have departed for Djibouti to set up the country's first overseas military base.
05 Jul 2017
China: Second pipeline blast of the week, five killed
At least five people were killed and 89 injured in a blast in a gas pipeline in northeastern China's Jilin province on July 4.
11 Jun 2017
Chinese ships arrive in Pakistan on "goodwill" visit
Three Chinese warships arrived in Karachi on June 10 for a "goodwill and training" visit, reported Pakistani and Chinese media.
10 Jun 2017
China's "Gaokao" exams are a different kind of scary altogether
Millions of Chinese students are giving their "Gaokao" this week, which is China's annual university exams and authorities are bringing in an arsenal of surveillance equipment, like metal detectors, facial and fingerprint scanners, mobile-signal blockers, wireless detectors, drones and more, to nab cheaters.
25 Nov 2016
Money burning: "Worthless pieces of paper" can light up homes
The Centre would soon have a huge number of invalid notes after Prime Minister Narendra Modi demonetized the Rs.500 and Rs.1000 notes.