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  • Party Members and Volunteers Help Farmers with Spring Plo...

    [2020.03.25]

    The Shuangfupu Town has combined the work of Party building and civilization promotion with spring ploughing. On that day, 38 Party members and volunteers helped farmers cultivate seedlings. At present, the spring ploughing work of Ningxiang's 530,000 mu (about 35,333 ha.) of early rice is progressing in an orderly manner.

  • Secretary Hu Henghua Chairs Symposium on Foreign Trade an...

    [2020.03.25]

    On March 24 morning, Hu Henghua, Standing Committee member of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee and secretary of the CPC Changsha Municipal Committee, chaired a symposium on the city's foreign trade and investment work.

  • Several Cultural Venues in Furong District Reopen

    [2020.03.25]

    The Longping Rice Museum, Hunan Peaceful Liberation History Museum, and Furong District Cultural Center in Furong District, Changsha reopen to the public starting March 25, according to the district government. The Furong District Library resumed operation on March 23, and other cultural venues in the district will be reopened to the public gradually.

  • First Changsha-Moscow Freight Train Launched

    [2020.03.25]

    The China-Europe (Changsha) Freight Train adds a new route to Moscow. The first Changsha-Moscow freight train departed from the Changsha North Freight Station on the afternoon of March 24. It will arrive at Mosco’s Vorsino Station in 14 days.

  • Hunan Issues Guide on Wearing Masks

    [2020.03.25]

    The Secretariat of the Leading Group of the CPC Hunan Provincial Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control issued a guide on wearing masks for the public on March 22.

  • Entertainment Venues Reopen in China's Nightlife Hub

    [2020.03.25]

    Neon lights shone again in Changsha as bars and clubs reopened Monday night in the central Chinese city known for its energetic nightlife. The capital of Hunan Province allowed entertainment venues from karaoke bars to cinemas to gradually resume operations after they were shuttered for over 50 days due to the novel coronavirus outbreak.