This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) proposed by President Xi Jinping. Aiming to revive the ancient Silk Road with new concepts, new mechanisms and new practices, the initiative has brought subtle and profound changes across BRI countries. The stories we feature aim to take readers through the changes brought about by the BRI. 



Expert: BRI a driving force for globalization
The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has been a driving force for globalization and forging a new world economic order, an expert has said.
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Foreign leaders pledge to promote BRI cooperation
The China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) has effectively promoted the progress of our planet, said foreign leaders and experts, vowing to deepen Belt and Road cooperation to achieve higher-quality and higher-level common development in the next “golden decade.”
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Space technology helps BRI countries protect heritages
A team of Chinese remote-sensing experts and archaeologists are collaborating with their Uzbekistani peers to establish a joint laboratory aimed at combining space information technology with field archaeology methods.
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Steel gift symbol of iron-clad friendship
In the array of gifts that Chinese President Xi Jinping has received from foreign dignitaries throughout the years, one item stands out — a commemorative plaque crafted from steel. This remarkable memento serves as a testament to China’s unwavering commitment to a steadfast ally.
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