China News︱Wednesday, August 24, 2022

  1. Central Cyberspace Administration of China: Focus on rectifying issues such as cyber violence, cyber trolls, cyber black public relations, etc. (The Paper)

  2. Traffic Management Research Institute of the Ministry of Public Security: There is no “new national standard for traffic lights in 2022”. (Guanwang)

  3. Shanghai official announcement: The continuous high temperature is over, and there will be more showers or thunderstorms from today. (Guanwang)

  4. Five consecutive drops in oil prices! It will cost 8 yuan less to fill up a tank of No. 92 gasoline. (First Finance and Economics)

  5. Satellite observation confirmed that under high temperature, Dongting Lake and Poyang Lake “shrunk” seriously, “thinning into lightning”. (Beijing Daily)

  6. The “Last Female Chief of China” passed away peacefully at the age of 101 in Liemindian. (

  7. Thirty million netizens watched and caught the “strange fish in the lake” online. Pingdingshan, Henan: it is an alligator gar, which is an invasive alien species and has not been fished out yet. (

  8. Chen Yong, deputy director of the Legislative Affairs Committee of the Shandong Provincial People’s Congress, accepted the review and investigation; Tang Yong, former secretary of the party committee and chairman of the board of directors of China Resources Land Co., Ltd., accepted the review and investigation. (The Paper)

  9. Taiwan has newly confirmed 26,095 local cases and 16 deaths. (Guanwang)

  10. Members of the Japanese Diet fled to Taiwan, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs: Strongly condemn and will take firm and strong measures. (The Paper)

  11. The US State Department released “declassified intelligence” overnight, warning Americans in Ukraine to evacuate. (Guanwang)

  12. US media: The United States plans to provide Ukraine with the “Switchblade” 600 drone. (CCTV)

  13. Studies have shown that high emissions of greenhouse gases may affect the survival of nearly 90% of marine organisms. (CCTV)

  14. A polio comeback? Epidemics have occurred in many places around the world, and scientists call for vigilance. (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.