China News︱Monday, August 22, 2022

  1. The list of winners of the 2022 Future Science Awards was announced. Mo Yiming, Li Wenhui and Yang Xueming won the prizes, each with 6.75 million yuan. (Beijing News)

  2. Domestic evidence-based medical data is released for the first time: oral administration of natural vitamin E is a safe and effective treatment for steatohepatitis. (CCTV)

  3. Pingyao, Shanxi: The price of stranded tourists is halved, and three meals are provided for free. (Guanwang)

  4. The largest ancient tomb in Anhui Province, Wuwangdun, is about to be unveiled. The owner of the tomb is suspected to be King Chu Kaolie of the Warring States Period. (The Paper)

  5. The blogger was accused of “spending money to ruin the dignity of others” when he went up the mountain in a sedan chair. The bearer: It is not shameful to rely on strength to support a family. (Jimu News)

  6. Polestar electric vehicles were exposed to exorbitant prices for battery replacement: the price of the whole vehicle is about 300,000 yuan, and the replacement battery pack costs more than 400,000 yuan. (Interface News)

  7. The intermediary commission is up to 70%? Shuidichou: It is operated by a third-party commercial organization. (Guanwang)

  8. Taiwan newly confirmed 22,137 local cases and 26 deaths. (Guanwang)

  9. A good start to the Asian Cup! The Chinese women’s volleyball team defeated the Korean women’s volleyball team 3-0. (Guanwang)

  10. Russian Defense Minister: The Russian Ministry of Defense has begun mass production of the “Zircon” hypersonic cruise missile. (CCTV)

  11. Russian media: “Putin’s think tank” philosopher Dugin’s daughter died in the explosion. (Guanwang)

  12. Japanese media: Japan may install 1,000 long-range cruise missiles. (Financial Association)

  13. The rainfall is 450 times that of previous years, and 700 people have died in Pakistan. (The Paper)

Source: People’s Daily Online, Xinhua Net, China News Net, CCTV, Tencent Net, Global Net, Overseas Net, Phoenix Net, Observer Net, The Paper, etc.