The optimization of COVID-19 control on the Chinese mainland has paved the way for exchanges across the Taiwan Straits this year, especially over the Lantern Festival, which was celebrated on Sunday, and is an important time of family reunions.
Today is Lantern Festival, also called Shangyuan Festival, marking the final day of the traditional Chinese New Year celebrations. Follow us as we travel across East China's Fujian province and immerse yourself into its culture.
During the Spring Festival holiday, which took place from Jan 21 to 27 this year, Xiamen enjoyed a booming consumer market.
Changkou is growing wealthy on a range of produce, from oranges to traditional vegetables, and carbon credits.
President Xi Jinping sent his festive greetings on Jan 18 to people throughout China ahead of Spring Festival, or Lunar New Year, which falls on Jan 22.
The 2023 Fujian Spring Festival Gala, which features a collection of unique local performances, will be premiered globally on the evening of Jan 19 to welcome the upcoming Chinese Lunar New Year.
Fujian province's exports to Taiwan rose more than 20 percent year-on-year in 2022, according to the Fujian provincial government work report.
Lin Xiaofa, a Fujian Provincial People's Congress deputy and chairman of Fujian-based Jomoo Group, made suggestions for the construction of a green, the digital and intelligent new economy and the household robot industry clusters.