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Economic Outlook: Growth Slows, Inflation Persists, Risks Remain

The world economy is expected to see moderate growth in 2023, projected at 3.0%, but is anticipated to slow down slightly to 2.7% in 2024. This economic growth is largely driven by Asia, despite a weaker recovery in China than expected. However, global growth in 2024 is likely to be lower, primarily due to monetary policy becoming more visible and China's subdued domestic demand, said OECD in its latest report.

Religious Beliefs in Chinese Communist Party: A Complex Landscape

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which officially promotes atheism and discourages religious practices among its members, has a more complex religious landscape than one might expect. According to a recent analysis by the Pew Research Center, some CCP members still identify with various religions, highlighting the diverse beliefs within the party.

Kombucha Consumption Shows Promise in Lowering Blood Sugar Levels

Drinking kombucha, a fermented tea, may help reduce blood sugar levels in people with type-II diabetes., according to a clinical trial by researchers at Georgetown University's School of Health, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and MedStar Health.

Worlds Most powerful Wind Turbine Starts Operation

The world's largest and most powerful wind turbine, the MySE 16-260, has commenced its operations, marking a significant step towards greener energy sources. This colossal turbine boasts a remarkable rotor diameter of 260 meters and an expansive swept area of 53,902 square meters, making it the largest ever constructed. Its impressive power output of 16 megawatts sets a new industry standard.

China, India and UK To See More Millionaires Leaving

China, India and the UK are biggest loser of millionaires as they are likely to leave their countries for better pastures, according to...

China Makes History Sending First Civilian Astronaut to Space

China on May 30 achieved a historic milestone in its space program by sending its first civilian astronaut to space. Gui Haichao, a professor at the Beihang University in Beijing regarded as a payload specialist, joined two military astronauts on the Shenzhou-16 spacecraft that blasted off from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre in northwestern China at 9:31 a.m. local time.

71% Asian Restaurants in US Serve Chinese, Japanese, Thai Food

Around seven-in-ten of all Asian restaurants in the United States serve Chinese, Japanese and Thai foods. However, restaurants serving other types of Asian food are less widely distributed.

China’s Labour Transfers; Tibet’s Identity Threatened

Stressing that labour transfer and vocational training programmes in the Tibet Autonomous Region of China was a threat to Tibet’s cultural identity,...

Military Expenditure See a New high

The world saw an increase in military expenditure by 3.7 per cent in 2022, which stood at a new high of 2240 billion dollar, according to Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI).

US See China-Russia Partnership as Very Serious

A large majority of people in the US (83%) continue to have negative views of China, and the share who have very unfavorable views (44%) increased by 4 percentage points since last year, according to PEW Research Centre.