China 24

May 29, 2018

Doctors in China turn to AI to help detect cancer

Technological advancements are having a measurable impact in China. You can see it in the smartphones people carry, mobile payment technology, and even in hospitals. The use of artificial intelligence is leading to potentially life-saving breakthroughs in detecting cancer.

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When it comes to cruises, Chinese tourists aren't on board
May 24, 2018

When it comes to cruises, Chinese tourists aren’t on board

Some choose to travel by air or land, while others look to the high seas. The cruise industry worldwide is big business and keeps getting bigger. In the past few years, it’s expanded into China. But Chinese tourists aren’t warming up to cruise ships as much as expected. CGTN’s Frances Kuo reports.

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TRUMP LIU HE WHITE HOUSE OVAL OFFICE MEETING
May 18, 2018

Trump meets with Chinese vice premier on trade and ties

The two nations should prioritize trade and investment cooperation in such areas as energy and manufacturing, expand agricultural product trade and market access, and deepen bilateral cooperation on intellectual property rights protection, so as to create more tangible benefits for the two peoples, Trump said.

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May 16, 2018

What are you hearing: Yanny or Laurel?

It’s the audio clip that’s become a viral sensation: Yanny or Laurel? It’s dividing people across the Internet, and even the staff of CGTN America here in Washington, D.C. CGTN’s Audrey Siek and Jim Spellman went around the newsroom to get to the bottom of the sound.

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May 10, 2018

Crayfish vs Crawfish: Cooking up China’s favorite ‘little lobster’

In China, crayfish is called xiao lóngxiā (小龙虾), or “little lobster”. In the U.S., you might hear crawfish called “crawdads” or “mud bugs”. But in both countries, you’ll find these crustaceans have quite the following. In this special edition of the Digital Hub, CGTN’s Audrey Siek and Jim Spellman teamed up for a crayfish cook off, comparing Chinese versus American dishes.

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April 9, 2018

Trade war is like treating flu with chemotherapies: Alibaba’s Jack Ma

“You are not solving the problem of the cold, you are destroying the whole body, the whole system,” Ma made the comment on the U.S. trade war with China while attending a dinner with International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde during the Boao Forum for Asia annual conference, which runs from April 8 to 11.

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