- China urges investigation into Xinjiang coal mine accident
China's Ministry of Emergency Management (MEM) Monday urged a thorough investigation into the cause of a coal mine flooding accident that happened on Saturday in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
- 21 workers located underground in flooded mine
Twenty-one workers trapped underground after a coal mine flooded in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region on Saturday have been located, China Central Television reported on Monday morning.
- Guangdong's winning streak ended by Zhejiang
The 10-game winning run of reigning CBA champions the Guangdong Southern Tigers was stopped by a convincing 105-81 win for the Zhejiang Golden Bulls on Sunday.
- Ban on Xinjiang cotton called anti-China ploy
The United States' ban on Xinjiang-grown cotton over allegations of "forced labor" is aimed at destabilizing China, said some peace activists who also accuse the US government of failing to address its own human rights violations.
- Liaoning tames Xinjiang for 4th straight win
With point guard Guo Ailun absent, the Liaoning Flying Leopards beat the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 96-84 in the 54th round of the Chinese Basketball Association (CBA) here on Thursday.
- China's Xinjiang enjoys prosperity, development: official
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region is now enjoying the best period of prosperity and development in its history, a regional government official said Wednesday.
- China, Australia reps exchange views on Xinjiang at video conference
Representatives from China and Australia exchanged views about issues related to Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region during a video conference on Wednesday.
- Qingdao wins over Xinjiang, Liaoning beats Jilin
The Qingdao Eagles defeated the Xinjiang Flying Tigers 136-117, winning five games consecutively in the ongoing 2020-21 Chinese Basketball Association league (CBA), while the Liaoning Flying Leopards saw off the Jilin Northeast Tigers 109-97 here on Tuesday.
- Xinjiang reveals former official's crimes of separatism, terrorism
Court authorities of Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have revealed crimes committed by Shirzat Bawudun, a former government official who had conspired with a terrorist organization and carried out separatist activities under cover of his identity as an official.
- Spokesman: Xinjiang still faces challenge of terrorism
The Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region still faces grave challenges from terrorism and extremism so its measures to combat these scourges are necessary and never excessive as is claimed by some Western countries, said a spokesman for the regional government.
- Xinjiang reveals former official's crimes of separatism, terrorism
Court authorities of northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region have revealed crimes committed by Shirzat Bawudun, a former government official who had conspired with a terrorist organization and carried out separatist activities under cover of his identity as an official.
- GLOBALink | Xinjiang's Burqin County offers equestrian class in schools
Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region has a tradition of horse breeding and riding. Some schools of Burqin County in Xinjiang list equestrian courses in P.E. curriculum. Students learn both theoretical knowledge and riding practice on equestrian classes. Let's follow Xinhua correspondent Hou Zhaokang to Burqin County to have a look.
- Interview: Xinjiang cotton boycott aimed at curbing China's development -- Uzbek expert
TASHKENT, April 6 (Xinhua) -- The Xinjiang cotton boycott instigated by some Western countries is part of their tactics to curb China's development, a Uzbek political expert has said.
- GLOBALink | Thousands of foreign-made cotton pickers used in Xinjiang
Video on Xinjiang's wide use of mechanical cotton harvesting counters U.S.'s cooked-up "forced labor" conspiracy.
- Missile-maker gives Xinjiang cotton a boost
Engineers at China Aerospace Science and Industry Corp, the nation's largest missile-maker, are using their expertise to help cotton farming in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, project insiders said.
- Xinjiang's Zhou joins legend Yao with monster CBA stats
Xinjiang Flying Tigers center Zhou Qi matches Chinese basketball icon Yao Ming with big stats in points, rebounds and blocks in a recent CBA game.
- Plain facts about Xinjiang cotton industry speak louder than lies
Tractors are busy plowing cotton fields in Bachu county, one of the cotton hubs in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, as the season for cotton sowing arrives.
- Bid to weaken cotton sector fated to fail
Some Western politicians and media consider the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region a weak link in China's economy, and believe if they impose sanctions on its cotton industry－one of the three pillars of the region's economy along with oil and coal－they can strike at China's cotton and textile sector.
- Chinese consumers voice support for Xinjiang cotton to refute smears
Chinese consumers are backing Xinjiang-grown cotton and related products to refute groundless "forced labor" accusations.
- Xinjiang sets ambitious agenda for development
The Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Development and Reform Commission announced recently the region's annual plan for key projects in 2021, including 350 projects with a total investment of 1.65 trillion yuan ($251 billion), covering the fields of water conservancy, transportation, energy, industry and people's livelihoods.
- Xinjiang official urges intl enterprises to tell right from wrong
A Xinjiang official on Monday said that those attempting to sanction Xinjiang companies will only hurt themselves, and that enterprises like H&M should keep their eyes open and work to distinguish right from wrong.
- Chinese officials respond to Xinjiang-related sanctions
The United States, Canada and the United Kingdom joined the European Union on Monday to take what they described as "coordinated action" against China, which contains travel bans and asset freezes on former and current senior Chinese officials from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
- China has to defend Xinjiang cotton
H&M, Nike and other big Western apparel brands are swallowing a bitter pill for their stance against Xinjiang cotton as Chinese consumers spontaneously boycott the brands.
- US footwear brand Skechers: no evidence of Xinjiang 'forced labor'
As some big international retail brands, including H&M and Nike, have chosen not to source cotton from the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region over "forced labor" concerns based on false information, an earlier statement from US footwear producer Skechers on the issue has provided an alternative perspective.
- Beijing to continue funding Xinjiang's education sector
The municipal government of Beijing plans to invest about 1 billion yuan (around $153 million) in funds this year to help improve education in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region.
- China opposes sanctions over Xinjiang: Commerce Ministry
China opposes any sanction on Chinese entities and individuals in the name of lies and false information as well as so-called human rights issues in the Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, a spokesperson of the Ministry of Commerce (MOC) said on Thursday.
- China's police chief stresses anti-terror work for long-term stability in Xinjiang
State Councilor and Minister of Public Security Zhao Kezhi has urged continued vigilance against terrorism and policy implementation to ensure long-term stability in Xinjiang.
- 5.4-magnitude quake hits China's Xinjiang
A 5.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Baicheng county in Northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, at 5:14 am Wednesday Beijing Time, according to the China Earthquake Networks Center (CENC).
- Xinjiang focuses on training to make up the shortfall in healthcare personnel
The first time An Ayue, a renowned Beijing-based surgeon, went to Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, northwest China, was in 1985, on a joint training program. Organized by the China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences (CACMS) and the regional government, the program brought medical experts to the region to improve the capacity of the local hospitals and doctors.
- Sinopec finds gas, oil flows in Xinjiang
China Petrochemical Corp, or Sinopec Group, has discovered abundant flows of natural gas and crude oil at an exploration well in northwestern China's Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region, the company said on Monday.