Month: March 2019

Chinese telescope collects more than 11 mln spectra

China has released 11.25 million spectra of celestial objects acquired by the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) to astrono mers worldwide, according to the National Astronomical Observatories of China (NAOC) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences Friday. As the world’s largest spectral survey telescope, LAMOST mark s the world’s first spectral survey…

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Since 2015, more than 100 foreign experts and students

 from countries involved in the BRI have visited Hainan annually to study agricultural technology, including Nanf an’s breeding program, which is “playing the role of Silicon Valley for the country’s seed industry”, Wang said. Hainan’s climate and biological resources have made Nanfan an important nation al center of seed propagation. Every winter, more than 7,000…

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hina to improve transport efficiency, reduce logistics costs

China will unveil various measures to improve transport efficiency and lower logistics costs, according to a spokesperson for the transport ministry. Vowing to see a notable increase in transport efficiency in the next three years, the country will accelerate the construction of a comprehensive tra nsport network, spokesperson Wu Chungeng told a news conference on…

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More appetite among Chinese, Asian collectors for Western art

hinese and Asian art collectors have become more knowledgeable, sophisticated and are branching out for m ore Western works, said Francis Belin, president of Christie’s Asia, who is excited about the trend. “Chinese clients have evolved from being very dedicated to Chinese arts to gaining increasing interest in other categories and expanding the spectrum of…

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