1 First Temporary Train From Shanghai Departs Ahead Of Spring Festival Travel Rush

The first temporary train going to Sichuan Province in Southwest China left from Shanghai railway station on Jan. 17, 2019, four days before the start of Spring Festival travel rush.

The travel rush starting from Jan. 21 will last for approximately 40 days, during which there will be a total of 516 pairs of trains running between Shanghai and neighboring provinces. Before that, the Shanghai Railway Station will add up to 24 pairs of trains to Southwest China’s Chongqing, Sichuan, Yunnan and Guizhou Provinces, according to the travel demands of passengers.


2 Tiny Infant Born 12 Weeks Premature Now Good To Go Home

A premature baby girl born at only 545 grams, the lightest premature newborn the hospital has ever received, was finally discharged from Shanghai Children’s Medical Center, the hospital announced on Wednesday.

The girl, who was born during the 28th week of pregnancy, was delivered in mid-October last year. The baby’s mother had previously suffered four miscarriages and was rushed to the children’s medical center upon delivery.


3 Police Dogs Trained In Wuhan, Central China’s Hubei

Police dog “Pi Te” is trained to search for explosive devices in Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province on 15 Jan, 2019. “Pi Te”, a Labrador for searching for explosive devices, was born in March 2018.

It has been trained for 10 months and will cooperate with German shepherd “Heng Heng” for railway safety during the upcoming Spring Festival travel rush.


4 Xinjiang Wetland Draws Swans

A view of swans enveloped by fog at a wetland in Yingtamu Township, Yining County, Northwest China’s Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region. Some 200 swans, mostly the species of mute swan, inhabit the wetland during winter every year. In recent years, the wetland has become a famous spot for photographers to take snaps of the elegant, large swans in that beautiful environment.


5 Panda World Of Everland

A giant panda is seen at the Panda World of Everland, a South Korean theme park located in Yongin, 40 km south of capital Seoul, on 15 Jan, 2019. The ‘Panda World of Everland’ has opened to public for 1,000 days.

6 Doctor Treks On Steep, Narrow Mountain Paths To Treat People In  Yunnan, China

Guan Yanping (Front) and her colleagues walk on an ancient path in Bingzhongluo Township in Lisu Autonomous Prefecture of Nujiang, southwest China’s Yunnan Province on 13 Jan, 2019. In almost two years of working as an aiding doctor in Bingzhongluo Township, Guan Yanping has trekked over 300 times on the steep, narrow mountain paths to treat people in 46 villages. Because of no highway to access some villages, Guan and her colleagues had to shoulder medical equipment like electrocardiogram and B ultrasound with baskets. For the sake of villagers’ health, Guan extended her service period from the original six months to three years.


7 Canada Post Celebrates The Year Of The Pig

Water of the salt lake in Yuncheng, Northwest China’s Shanxi Province, changes colours due to temperature variation.

Yuncheng Salt Lake has 4000 years salt production history, it locates in the southwest of Yuncheng city and is the largest lake in Shanxi Province. The Salt Lake is an ancient typical inland saltwater lake, it forms dating back about 500 million years ago, during the early Cenozoic Era; it covers an area of 120 square kilometres. It is the world’s third largest sodium sulphate inland lake.


8 Infrared Cameras Capture Rare Animals In China’s Sanjiangyuan National Reserve

Jack Ma, Alibaba founder and executive chairman, speaks at the opening ceremony of Alibaba Malaysia office in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, June 18, 2018. Alibaba Group’s new Malaysia office, also its first country office in Southeast Asia, came into operation on Monday, as the Chinese tech giant continues its overseas expansion in Southeast Asia.

(Jack Ma (2nd L, front), Alibaba founder and executive chairman, Malaysian Finance Minister Lim Guan Eng (2nd R, front), Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo (1st R, front) and Chinese Ambassador to Malaysia Bai Tian (1st L, front) cut the ribbon.)


9 Greenhouse Agriculture Increases Farmers’ Incomes, Boosts Rural Tourism Development

A woman picks cherry tomatoes at a greenhouse in Dongangezhuang Township of Luanzhou City, north China’s Hebei Province, 20 Jan, 2019. In recent years, Luanzhou has been committed to encouraging farmers to grow fruits and vegetables in greenhouses as a way to increase farmers’ incomes and boost rural tourism development.


10 Ecological Development Promoted In China’s Zhejiang

Aerial photo taken on 19 Jan, 2019 shows an ecological farm with full electricity using in Deqing County, east China’s Zhejiang Province. In recent years, Deqing has been committed to electrifying households and sectors including catering, agriculture, accommodation and communication in rural areas as a way to promote China’s ecological development strategy.


11 100 Days From the Int’l Horticultural Exhibition 2019 Beijing China

Aerial photo taken on Jan. 16, 2019 shows the construction site of the International Horticultural Exhibition 2019 in Yanqing District of Beijing, capital of China. Now it marks the 100 days countdown to the Expo 2019 Beijing, which is slated to open on April 29, 2019 in Yanqing District. Construction is going well with all infrastructure for the 100 indoor and outdoor gardens at the exhibition.


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