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Ningbo, an ancient yet vibrant city is a large port of the Far East connected to the world. Since the Tang and Song dynasties, the port has been a primary platform for international trade, promoting the spread of tea and porcelain culture as well as engagement between civilizations. Today, its advanced manufacturing, thriving international trade, and booming private sector have made it a veritable gem of the Yangtze River Delta.

Carnival time for city's international image

Chinese coastal city's government imports famous annual event to boost exchanges and mutual benefits

China-CEEC expo is offline-to-online triumph

The 4th China-CEEC Investment and Trade Expo was successfully held in Ningbo.

China-CEEC expo to enjoy a taste of Latvia

Rusks and beer from Latvia ran smoothly through Ningbo Customs ahead of the 4th China-CEEC Investment and Trade Expo.

Glass walkway opens on Xuedou Mountain

It is the longest of its kind in Zhejiang Province and a welcome addition to one of the most popular tourist destinations in Ningbo.
Art & Culture

Finance sector boosts cultural city vision

Ningbo has stepped forward to offer financial support to boost local cultural development.

Aiming to lure top talent to take on the world

Ningbo is accelerating its globalization to attract global experts, with a focus on high-tech professionals, to upgrade local manufacturing industries.
Art & Culture

Cultural gateway to the Maritime Silk Road

NINGBO was a key point of the Maritime Silk Road and it is from this city that the Chinese traditional arts and crafts, highlighted by the building craft, spread to East Asia.

A catalyst in oiling wheels of industry

Meishan is proving to be a catalyst in oiling the wheels of industry in the long-term Belt and Road Initiative.

Premier port offers gateway to global trade

Ningbo Zhoushan Port, the world's busiest harbor in terms of cargo tonnage, is boosting its business with a global layout based on the Belt and Road Initiative

A spiritual journey up Xuedou Mountain

When New Year arrives, Chinese people generally climb mountains as a traditional and relaxing activity for blessings and good health.