• Outbreak effectively controlled in Tianjin


    The outbreak of the Omicron strain of COVID-19 has been effectively controlled in Tianjin, a senior official said on Friday. But relevant departments will not let their guard down, and residents, too, should not be careless.

  • Shipping unaffected by Omicron outbreak in Tianjin


    Tianjin Port, the world’s ninth largest port in terms of cargo throughput, said its operations remain normal despite the city’s ongoing Omicron outbreak, ensuring supplies for the upcoming 2022 Beijing Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

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    AI robots rewrite rules of electric grid maintenance


    New robots capable of performing maintenance work on the electrical grid while the power is still on will be more widely used across China, according to their maker, State Grid Tianjin Electric Power. In the past, power supplies had to be shut down for maintenance.

  • China's Tianjin posts 6.6% GDP growth in 2021


    The gross domestic product (GDP) of North China's Tianjin municipality totaled 1.57 trillion yuan ($247 billion) in 2021, up 6.6 percent year-on-year when calculated at comparable prices.

  • Tianjin reports 14 new Omicron cases


    Tianjin reported 14 fresh Omicron cases on Thursday, raising the total number of confirmed cases to 340, said He Peng, spokesperson of the Tianjin Health Commission at a news briefing.

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    Expert predicts zero COVID cases in Tianjin soon


    A top health expert said Tianjin would have "zero cases" of COVID-19 within a short time.

  • Chinese vice premier stresses swift containment of COVID-19 outbreaks


    Chinese Vice Premier Sun Chunlan has stressed quick response and swift containment of cluster COVID-19 cases as the Chinese New Year is approaching.

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