20th CPC National Congress Delegate: Science Museum dedicated to inspire future scientists
The 2021 International Symposium on the Development of Natural Science Museums under the Belt and Road Initiative & the Thematic Forum of the 2021 World Conference on Science Literacy Successfully Convened in Beijing
Win the Battle against the Coronavirus with the Weapon of Science and Technology
Early this year, the outbreak of the coronavirus epidemic hit Wuhan, the capital city of central China’s Hubei Province with a population of a little more than 10 million, constituting a severe test for the city as never before.
China Science and Technology Museum boosting fight against COVID-19
In early January 2020 and with the dawning of a new year as well as the advent of a new decade, an epidemic pneumonia caused by a new strain of coronavirus began to attack Wuhan, the capital of China’s Hubei province. Weeks later, the virus, now known as “novel coronavirus” or COVID-19, became prevalent across the country.
Sharing Knowledge in service of science
Building on last year’s success and the Beijing Declaration for Promoting Public Science Literacy across the world, the 2019 World Conference on Science Literacy (WCSL) highlighted the importance of accelerating international engagement and collaboration on science communication for the United Nations (UN) Sustainable Development Goals.
Successful Conclusion of 2019 · Panshi International Training Workshop on Capacity Building for Professionals of Science Centers and Museums
After 7 days of intensive and effective studies and discussions, 2019 · Panshi International Training Workshop on Capacity Building for Professionals of Science Centers and Museums was successfully concluded in CSTM (China Science and Technology Museum) on November 25.
Opening of Panshiㆍ2019 International Training Workshop on Capacity Building for Professionals of Science Centers and Museums in Beijing
The morning of November 19 witnessed the official opening of Panshiㆍ2019 International Training Workshop on Capacity Building for Professionals of Science Centers and Museums.
Promoting shared knowledge for global sustainability
The World Conference on Science Literacy (WCSL), inaugurated last year by the China Association for Science and Technology (CAST), puts sustainable development at the tops of the agenda for its second year, and features the brightest minds in scientific research.
BRISMIS 2019 & the 2019 Annual Conference of CANSM Successfully Convened in Beijing
The 2019 International Symposium on the Development of Natural Science Museums under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRISMIS 2019) & the 2019 Annual Conference of the Chinese Association of Natural Science Museums (CANSM) were successfully convened 15-17 October, 2019 in Beijing, China. Dr. Meng Qinghai, Vice President and Executive Secretary of China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) attended and delivered a speech at the Opening Ceremony.
Grand Opening of 2019 World Conference on Science Literacy in Beijing on October 16th
Themed on "Science Literacy for Sustainable Development", the 2019 World Conference on Science Literacy (WCSL) was held in Beijing on October 16th, 2019 under the sponsorship of China Association for Science and Technology (CAST) and the joint support of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)
Inspiring Encounters and Insightful Learning in Beijing
Chinese museum field is currently well-known for its vivid development and strong expansion. In addition to the huge number of new museums all around China, there is also a growing interest in capacity building and professional training.
The 9th Beijing International Film Festival “Science &Technology” Section Call for Enrollment
The 9th Beijing International Film Festival (BJIFF) will be held in Beijing from April 13th to 20th, 2019. As the host unit for “Science & Technology Section” authorized by Beijing International Film Festival Organizing Committee, China Science and Technology Museum warmly invites you to recommend the excellent special-effect films (dome films, giant screen films, and 4D films) to show in the “Science & Technology Section” of The 9th Beijing International Film Festival.
The Imported Exhibition of "Nikola Tesla: The Man from Future" Launched by Shanghai Science and Technology Museum
By following the unique life path and excellent invention and creation path of Nikolai Tesla, a Serbian-American inventor, mechanical engineer and electrical engineer, this exhibition explores his charm beyond the times from three aspects including spirit, achievement and vision, and unfolds a comprehensive display of Tesla's legendary life through dozens of device models developed according to Tesla's inventions, precious historical pictures, document archives, as well as interactive exhibition walls designed for children and other exhibition items.
Ancient Chinese Science and Technology Exhibition opens at NOESIS, Greece
On Saturday, September 29, 19:00, the exhibition "Ancient Chinese Science and Technology" opened at NOESIS, which is being held in cooperation with China Science and Technology Museum.
CANSM Successfully Held the Parallel Session of WCSL 2018
On September 17-18, 2018, during the convening of World Conference on Science Literacy (hereinafter referred to as “WCSL”) sponsored by China Association for Science and Technology (hereinafter referred to as “CAST”), Chinese Association of Natural Science Museums (hereinafter referred to as “CANSM”) hosted the 2018 Annual Conference of CANSM and the parallel session of WCSL, centering on the theme of "Promotion of Scientific Literacy: the Responsibilities of Venues for Science Popularization".
Science literacy is boosted in Beijing
China will work with other nations and international science organizations to facilitate the sharing of resources and practices for promoting scientific literacy around the world, a declaration adopted on Wednesday in Beijing said.
Scientific literacy on the rise
China making inroads, but still lags West The Chinese population is becoming more scientifically literate, with more people from less developed regions able to understand and use science to solve issues in life and at work, officials said on Tuesday.
BRI not meant to be 'China club'
The Belt and Road Initiative does not aim at a geopolitical or military alliance, nor will it establish a small bloc or set up a "China club", President Xi Jinping said on Monday.
The original exhibition and movie of SSTM made debuts at Thailand National Science and Technology Festival
With the support of China Association of Natural Museums, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum and National Science and Technology Museum of Thailand signed the letter of intent for exchange of exhibitions and the letter of intent for film cooperation during the First International Symposium on the Development of Natural Science Museums under the Belt and Road Initiative (BRISMIS) in 2017.
Leveraging Public Funding for Robust Development of Science Centers and Museums in China
In 2002, the National People’s Congress of China promulgated the Law of the People’s Republic of China on the Popularization of Science and Technology, which stipulates that “government at all levels [e.g., national, provincial, and municipal] should include the expenses for popularization of science and technology in financial budgeting . . . and, if conditions allow, include the construction of science centers and facilities in its urban and rural construction planning and basic construction schemes.” This is the legal source whereby public funding for the numerous science centers and museums in China is guaranteed.
Address by Cheng Donghong President of CANSM
With the signing just now of the Letter of Agreement (LOA) between UNESCO and CANSM. It can be anticipated that the bilateral relations between our two organizations are set to radiate new vitality and be elevated to a new height.
Big event after BRISMIS -- China mobile sci-tech museum holds exhibitions in Myanmar for first time
A mobile sci-tech museum from China is in Myanmar's capital, Naypyidaw.It's the first time the China Mobile Science and Technology Museum project has gone abroad.
Chinese TV shows find fans in Vietnam
NANNING - It is 3 a.m. and Ngo Linh Chi, from Ho Chi Minh City, is still up watching TV. The Chinese drama Ngo is watching, "Lost Love in Times," tells the story of a witch, Feng Qingchen, and Yuan Ling, a prince from the Western Wei dynasty. Featuring box office stars Cecilia Liu and William Chan, the 56-episode series is acclaimed among young audiences for its cinematic set design and fantastic fight scenes.
Building the Belt and Road for win-win development
Editor's note: The Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation (BRF) will be held in Beijing from May 14 to 15. People from both home and abroad have expressed keen interest in the BRF since President Xi Jinping announced it at the Davos Forum in January. On the occasion of the 100 day countdown, State Councilor Yang Jiechi, who is in charge of the preparatory work, gave a comprehensive over view in an interview with the People's Daily and China Daily.
Vision and actions on jointly building Belt and Road
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Tangible B&R results to generate wave of growth
Tangible results from developing the Belt and Road Initiative will generate new momentum for growth between China and Singapore in the current year - especially in the fields of investment, financial services and people-to-people exchanges, leading business experts said.
2018 China International Contest of Popular Science Works Further Clarifications
The 2018 China International Contest of Popular Science Works has received extensive attention and active participation from various sectors. Afterwards, we will begin appraisal and selection of the collected works for their display and demonstration at the World Conference on Science Literacy (17th-19th, 2018, Beijing, China).
Showcasing a rich heritage
Chinese museums currently attract 900 million annual visits. And with more museums opening up, the footfalls are set to keep growing. Wang Kaihao reports.