Shanxi’s tourism promotion in Northwest China came to its first stop on July 6 in Lanzhou, capital of Gansu province, where top tourism authorities of two provinces signed a strategic cooperation agreement.
Taiyuan, the capital of North China’s Shanxi province will received 300 million yuan ($48.36 million) every year from central finances to support the development of small and micro business for three years.
The Chinese animation film Monkey King: Hero is Back was previewed in Taiyuan, North China’s Shanxi province on July 1, and evoked enthusiasm in the audience, especially those born after the ‘80s.
Shanxi released a report on the province’s Internet development for the first time at the province’s first Internet Conference, held on July 3 in Taiyuan.
Shanxi province prescribed the minimum release rates of monitoring data over State-controlled pollution sources in its newly released emission reduction plan for major pollutants in 2015.
The first Shanxi Internet Conference will open in the province’s capital, Taiyuan, on July 3.
The Hospital of Shanxi University of TCM in Taiyuan, Shanxi province received 44 foreign students from 18 countries on June 26, when they started to learn acupuncture in the hospital.
Ten key sectors of North China’s Shanxi province reached investment of 228.79 billion yuan ($36.88 billion) in the first five months, 23.3 percent of this year’s planned total.
North China’s Shanxi province began construction of a comprehensive digital services platform, as it released the platform’s first 101 projects in Taiyuan on June 27.
North China’s Shanxi province is completely covered by food safety monitoring. All 119 county-level administrative units are monitored, according to the province’s center for disease control and prevention on June 26.