China's green and sustainable urbanization will set an example for developing countries and ultimately drive global economic and social development, a Chinese expert has said in Silicon Valley.
With the arrival of a new decade, one predictable thing about China in the 2020s is that it is shifting into a higher-quality economy that is more open and abounds with new opportunities for global businesses.
China's ski jumping coach Heinz Kuttin expressed his dream of claiming a medal at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games on home soil, while emphasizing a step-by-step approach is needed in fighting for the goal.
On a white mask, Chit Ko Ko symmetrically brushed the eyes and cheeks with blue paint, and the forehead and chin with green, and finally dotted a red decorative pattern around the mask's eyes.
Instead of carrying heavy luggage back to their hometowns filled with boxes of gifts, more and more Chinese people are choosing to shop online in advance, sending their purchases home ahead of them and making their journeys for the Spring Festival holiday more convenient.
Amid global growth slowdown, China's economy delivered a solid performance in 2019 with the continual improvement in the economic structure being one of the bright spots underpinning high-quality development.
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