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  • Changsha Test Rides Offer Glimpse into Driverless Future

    [2019.12.06]

    Changsha is among a number of Chinese cities actively exploring self-driving technologies with open road trials. It is home to the National Intelligent Networked Automobile (Changsha) Test Zone, which since its establishment last year, has expanded its driverless trials from closed roads to open city roads. So far, the zone has hosted over 1,800 tests on automatic vehicles from 38 companies, with a testing mileage of more than 60,000 kilometers.

  • 45 Hunan Students Tour Japan for China-Japan Youth Exchange

    [2019.12.05]

    An 8-day “China-Japan Afforestation International Joint Undertaking” event, and also Chinese college students’ visit to Japan, was held between November 23 and 30, 2019. About 300 students from Anhui, Jiangsu, Hebei, Zhejiang, Hunan, and Shaanxi provinces participated.

  • A New Wave of Art with Gallery Opening in Changsha

    [2019.12.04]

    The art gallery of the Meixi Lake International Culture Art Center in Changsha, capital city of Hunan province, opened to the public Nov. 31, 2019. The opening exhibition features 17 sets of large-scale new media art pieces.

  • Sino-German Academic Exchange Meeting of Artificial Intelligence Held in Changsha

    [2019.12.04]

    The 1st Xiangzhi Forum and Sino-German Academic Exchange Meeting of Artificial Intelligence was held in Changsha on December 2. Changsha Vice Mayor Qiu Jixing attended and delivered a speech.

  • Hunan-Malanshan International E-sports Festival 2019 Concludes

    [2019.11.26]

    The 3-day Hunan-Malanshan International E-sports Festival (IEF) 2019 ended on November 24. Hunan Vice Governor Wu Guiying; South Korea’s National Assembly Member Lee Won-wook; CPC Changsha Municipal Committee Deputy Secretary Zhu Jian; and, Changsha Vice Mayor Liao Jianhua attended.

  • Changsha Traffic Police’s Cartoon Image Debuts in Changsha

    [2019.11.25]

    The photo, taken on November 22, shows Changsha traffic police’s cartoon image called “Chang Jiao Xia (Long Pepper Man)” reminds passing vehicles to give way to pedestrians at Shuyuan Road and Bixiang Street intersection in Changsha. November 22 marked Changsha’s “Courtesy Day”. On that day, the Changsha traffic police held a citywide campaign to punish uncivilized traffic behaviors and advocate “civilized and courteous travel”.