Smart screen protector helps the visually impaired use mobile phones

Findings released by a Chinese research lab have shown that using a unique AI “button” could make it easier for visually impaired people to use mobile phones, Science and Technology Daily reported on Monday. Smart Touch, the new tactile feedback technology, together with the AI button, have connected voice and touch for the first time, … Continue reading Smart screen protector helps the visually impaired use mobile phones

Foreign exhibitors optimistic about Chinese market

Visitors taste featured beer of the Czech Republic at its booth in the Country Pavilion. (People’s Daily/Chen Bin) As an important part of the first China International Import Expo (CIIE), the Country Pavilion for Trade & Investment is designed for countries to showcase their achievements in economic and trade, as well as their featured and … Continue reading Foreign exhibitors optimistic about Chinese market

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge brings business opportunities

Tourists who are ready to embark on a bridge tour (Photo/People’s Daily Overseas Edition) The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, which opened to traffic on Oct. 24, has injected new vigor into the area’s tourism. The bridge itself has become a scenic hot spot. A person in charge of itineraries at a travel agency in Guangzhou said … Continue reading Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge brings business opportunities

Drones become standard vehicles in China’s logistics industry

A member of staff in a modern agricultural park of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province loads freshly picked fruit onto a drone. (Photo/Xinhua) As more countries devote time and effort to advancing the use of drones in logistics, China has shifted its position from trying to catch up with the rest of the world to becoming … Continue reading Drones become standard vehicles in China’s logistics industry

Giant panda drives away horse in nature reserve of northwestern China

A wild giant panda was recently seen charging at a horse in the national nature reserve of Foping County, Hanzhong City of northwest China’s Shaanxi Province, local media hsw.cn reported on Oct.11, 2018. “My horse was in front of me, and I couldn’t walk away. I looked up and saw a giant panda not far … Continue reading Giant panda drives away horse in nature reserve of northwestern China

Nearly 70 percent of Chinese primary and secondary school students own smartphones

(Photo/Chinanews.com) A report on parent-child relationships in China, the United States (US), Japan, and the Republic of Korea (ROK) showed that 68.1 percent of Chinese primary and secondary school students own smartphones, the second largest ratio among the four countries, with ROK taking the lead, China Youth Daily reported on Oct. 30. The report, released … Continue reading Nearly 70 percent of Chinese primary and secondary school students own smartphones