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Shenzhou-14 docks with space station

CRI 2022-06-06 91次


Shenzhou-14 docks with space station

China's Shenzhou-14 manned spacecraft has docked with the Tianhe core module of the space station.

The three astronauts will stay in orbit for six months during their space mission.

They will welcome two lab modules and rotate with the Shenzhou-15 crew.

Professor Yang Yuguang from the China Aerospace Science and Industry Corporation says there are challenges but also many alternative plans to ensure the safety of the crew.

Chinese president urges efforts to build beautiful China

Chinese President Xi Jinping is urging efforts to build a beautiful China where people and nature co-exist in harmony.

In a congratulatory letter to the national event marking World Environment Day, the president encouraged the whole society to protect ecological civilization and spread awareness.

Vice Premier Han Zheng delivered the president's message at the opening ceremony, calling for the green transformation of economic and social development, as well as ensuring safety while working toward the carbon neutrality goal.

UN chief urges businesses to prioritize sustainability

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres is urging businesses worldwide to prioritize sustainability.

The top UN official emphasized that it is of utmost importance to safeguard the "health of the planet, including its atmosphere, ecosystems and finite resources."

Guterres called on governments to prioritize climate action and environmental protection through policy decisions that promote sustainable progress.

The secretary-general also outlined recommendations to activate renewable energy everywhere by making renewable technologies and raw materials available to all, cutting red-tapism, shifting subsidies and tripling investment.

Conservation saves African wild dogs in Zimbabwe

A conservation unit in Zimbabwe is working hard to prevent the endangered African wild dogs from extinction.

Beijing relaxes COVID-19 restrictions

Municipal authorities in Beijing say the city will relax curbs as the COVID-19 situation has improved.

Dine-in services at restaurants will be available and couriers are allowed to enter residential communities.

Public places such as libraries, museums, cinemas and gyms are allowed to resume operations at limited capacities.

A negative test result within 72 hours is required to enter public places or take public transportation.

Students in most grades will be able to attend in-person classes.

Chinese, Malaysian FMs call for major countries to step up for regional peace

The foreign ministers of China and Malaysia are calling for other major countries to play a constructive role for peace and stability in the Asia-Pacific region.

Wang Yi and Saifuddin Abdullah made the appeal over a phone conversation during Wang's stopover in Malaysia after wrapping up a 10-day visit to Pacific Island countries.

Both sides agreed to maintain the regional cooperation structure with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations at its center.

The two diplomats also added that efforts are needed to avoid bringing the Cold War mentality into the region or creating new confrontations.

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