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  • 5G-based Unmanned Sanitation AI Robot Team Makes Its Debut in Changsha

    [2019.08.28]

    The world’s first 5G-based unmanned sanitation AI robot team made its debut at the Yuelu Mountain University Town on August 24, 2019.The team has six members – a waste pickup robot; a road maintainer; a road sweeper; a road washing sweeper; and, a waste collection and transportation robot.

  • Peking Opera Concert Held in Changsha to Commemorate Mei Lanfang

    [2019.08.27]

    On August 24, the Peking Opera forum and a Peking opera concert were held in Changsha to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Peking Opera master Mei Lanfang’s performance in Japan and the 125th anniversary of his birth. Also being celebrated was the 85th anniversary of the birth of Mei Baojiu, a son of Mei Lanfang and also a prominent Peking opera artist.

  • Changsha to Export Large-diameter Shield Tunneling Machine to Moscow

    [2019.08.23]

    The photo, taken on August 22, shows staff preparing to disassemble a large-diameter shield tunneling machine at the Changsha No. 1 Industrial Park of China Railway Construction Heavy Industry Corporation Limited (CRCHI).

  • Two 100-km Smart Roads for Intelligent Connected Vehicles to Complete

    [2019.08.23]

    By the end of this September, China’s first “Automated Driving Town” will be put into operation in the Hunan Xiangjiang New Area. Now, the “two 100-km” project – 100-km smart expressways and 100-km public roads, has entered the round-off stage.

  • City “Courier Stations” Bring Convenience to Residents

    [2019.08.16]

    The photo, taken on August 15, shows residents enjoy reading at a city “courier station” on Sima Lane, Yingpan Road, Kaifu District, Changsha. This “courier station” opened that day. It has separate areas for rest, reading, and living, and some daily use facilities, including color TV, air conditioner, microwave oven, books, tables and chairs, medicine cabinet, toilet, and WiFi.

  • Song Dan Chinese Character Art Works Exhibited in Russia

    [2019.08.15]

    A 100-meter-long scroll written with the Hundred Family Surnames (Bai Jia Xing), a classic Chinese text composed of hundreds of common Chinese surnames, is displayed at a Chinese character art exhibition in Russia.