CIIC:Today's featured article/November 2017

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November 1

The bitcoin (比特币) is an open source peer-to-peer crypto-currency that enables anonymous and relatively secure transactions without any centralized authority. (More...)
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November 2
Boao Forum For Asia

Boao Forum For Asia (博鳌亚洲论坛) is a non-government, non-profit international organization. It is the most prestigious and premier forum for leaders in government, business and academia in Asia and other continents to share visions on the most pressing issues in this dynamic region and the world at large. The Forum is committed to promoting regional economic integration and bringing Asian countries even closer to their development goals. (More...)
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November 3
Tiangong-1, the unmanned space module

Tiangong 1 (Chinese: 天宫一号) is an unmanned space module complex launched on September 29, 2011 by China as it builds the country's first space station. It was docked with Shenzhou 10 spacecraft on June 13, 2013. (More...)
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November 4

The Forum on China-Africa Cooperation ('中非合作论坛) is a platform established by China and friendly African countries for collective consultation and dialogue and a cooperation mechanism between the developing countries, which falls into the category of South-South cooperation. (More...)
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November 5

The Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC 亚太经合组织) is a regional economic forum established in 1989 to leverage the growing interdependence of the Asia-Pacific. APEC's 21 Pacific Rim member countries seek to promote free trade and economic cooperation throughout the Asia-Pacific region. (More...)
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November 6
Three Gorges Dam

The Three Gorges Project (三峡工程) is a multi-functional water control system consisting of a 2,309-meter-long, 185-meter-high dam, a five-tier ship lock and 26 hydropower generators. (More...)
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November 7
Lidong (立冬) reflects the changing of seasons, indicating that winter begins. It often falls on November 7 or 8 of a year. (More...)

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November 8

Located in the center of Beijing, the Palace Museum (故宫博物院), historically and artistically one of the most comprehensive museum in China, was established on the basis of the Forbidden City, a palace of the Ming and Qing dynasties (1368-1840), and their collection of treasures. (More...)
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November 9
Icebreaker Snow Dragon

Xuelong, or Snow Dragon (Chinese: 雪龙) is China's first icebreaker and was built in Ukraine in 1993. China spent 31 million yuan (US$3.7 million) to convert it into a transport ship for Antarctic expeditions. It replaced Jidi in 1994 and has remained in service ever since. (More...)
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November 10

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 10, 2017
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November 11

Singles' Day(光棍节), which falls on Nov. 11 – whose date is four ones – is celebrated by many young, single Chinese. (More...)
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November 12

The Chang'e 3 (嫦娥三号) is a lunar probe in the second phase of the Chang'e 3 Program under the China National Space Administration.

The Chang'e 3 is composed of a lander and a lunar rover called "Yutu" (Jade Rabbit) -- the "Chinese brand" moon vehicle. The lunar probe will land on the moon in mid-December if everything goes according to plan. (More...)
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November 13

Also known as Wuguan and Fangwen, Lu You (Chinese: 陆游) was born on Nov. 13, 1125, in Shanyin (present day Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province) in southern China. The north had been conquered by the Nuzhen (Jurchen), who threatened to invade the Southern Song regime for Lu's life. Known for his patriotism, Lu wrote more than 10,000 poems, most of which called for the reconquest of the north. (More...)
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November 14

Mao Yisheng (Chinese:茅以升) was born in Zhenjiang, Jiangsu Province. He was a famous bridge expert, civil engineering scientist and educator of China. (More...)
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November 15

The New Second-Child Policy (单独二孩) is a Chinese population policy allowing couples to have two children as long as one of them hails from a single-child household as mapped out in the Decision of The Third Plenum of the 18th Central Committee of the Communist Party of China (CPC). (More...)
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November 16

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 16, 2017
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November 17

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 17, 2017
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November 18

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 18, 2017
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November 19

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 19, 2017
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November 20

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 20, 2017
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November 21

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 21, 2017
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November 22

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 22, 2017
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November 23

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 23, 2017
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November 24

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 24, 2017
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November 25

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 25, 2017
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November 26

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 26, 2017
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November 27

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 27, 2017
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November 28

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 28, 2017
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November 29

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 29, 2017
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November 30

CIIC:Today's featured article/November 30, 2017
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