• Veteran foreign experts' roles honored


    Amid the celebrations marking the 70th anniversary of victory in the Chinese People's War of Resistance against Japanese Aggression (1937-45), China honored two veteran foreign experts for their outstanding contributions to the nation's development.

  • Foreigners who helped China fight against aggression


    He and William Dibble, a deceased member of the Flying Tigers, compiled an album titled China in the Eyes of Flying Tigers 1944-1945, which comprises photos he and Dibble took in Chinese cities including Kunming and Hangzhou.

  • Foreign experts give their views on talent introduction.


    China’s State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs held a forum in the city of Yinchuan, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region, on Aug 19, to discuss using foreign experts and their knowledge and intelligence to help Ningxia with its development.

  • Ten foreigners receive Qianjiang Friendship Award


    On August 19, the Hangzhou government gave the Qianjiang Friendship Award to ten foreign experts for extraordinary contributions to economic and social development.

  • Foreign experts urged to submit ideas


    China's foreign experts are being encouraged to contribute to the country's development, especially in its remote and less-developed regions, by making suggestions from their areas of expertise.

  • Shenzhen prepares for international professional conference


    Officials from the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs (SAFEA), Shenzhen Municipal Human Resource and Social Security Bureau, Shenzhen Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs and Shenzhen General Chamber of Commerce gathered in Shenzhen from June 28 to 30