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WEEKLY REVIEW (March 23 - 30)

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China's Top 10 Archaeological Discoveries in 2023

The National Cultural Heritage Administration on March 22 announced the list of the top 10 archaeological discoveries of 2023 from 22 nominated sites. The sites cover a broad space, from the Qinghai-Xizang Plateau to the South China Sea, and the earliest could date back to the Paleolithic Age.

Sino-Indonesian Expedition Sets Java Trench Record

The joint scientific expedition conducted by the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Indonesia's National Research and Innovation Agency successfully dived 7,178 meters into the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean, setting the deepest dive record for Indonesia. The joint expedition ran from Feb 23 to March 23, using China-developed manned deep-sea submersible Fendouzhe.

5G Base Stations Reaches 3.5 Million in China

By the end of February, China had built more than 3.5 million 5G base stations, with 851 million 5G mobile phone users, according to the latest data from the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.

Mysterious Plant Hormone Exporter Identified

Researchers from University of Science and Technology of China have discovered the first brassinosteroid (BR) exporter. BR hormones play a key role in regulating plant development and physiology, including adaptation to environmental stresses. The study was published in Science on March 22.

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Science Diplomacy: Advancing Tech for Good to Benefit Humanity

"Science has no borders and benefits all mankind" is the call proposed by the Chinese government in its International Science and Technology Cooperation Initiative released globally in 2023.

Overseas Exhibition Highlights China-U.S. Sci-tech Cooperation

The Chinese Embassy in Washington, D.C. held a sci-tech exhibition during its open house event on May 4, themed the "45th Anniversary of China-U.S. Science and Technology Cooperation: Retrospect and Prospects."

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