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Fruits of Sci-Tech Cooperation
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  • Chinese President Xi Jinping and his South African counterpart Cyril Ramaphosa visit the China-South Africa Science and Technology Cooperation Photo Exhibition in Pretoria, South Africa, on July 24 (XINHUA)
  • The Square Kilometer Array (SKA) project is an international collaboration to build the world's largest and most sensitive radio telescope, with a collecting area of 1 square km. The SKA, to be built by an international organization consisting of 11 countries including China and South Africa, will enable scientists to address fundamental questions about the universe. The core of the telescope will be located in Australia and South Africa (COURTESY PHOTO)
  • Chinese and South African arborists conduct a field survey at the Qianjin Forest Farm in Zhanjiang, south China's Guangdong Province, in December 2016. Experts from the two countries have been working together on a systematic survey of the pests and diseases of Chinese eucalyptus since 2005 (COURTESY PHOTO)
  • Paleontologists from China and South Africa examine a fossilized human jawbone at the University of the Witwatersrand in October 2010 (COURTESY PHOTO)
  • South African students celebrate graduating from the Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academy (HAINA). Chinese tech company Huawei established South Africa's first HAINA training program in 2015. So far, over 100 South African students have completed the program (COURTESY PHOTO)
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Since the establishment of diplomatic ties in 1998, the relationship between China and South Africa has grown into a comprehensive strategic partnership. At the heart of this relationship lies technology and innovation, which both sides have placed at the top of their respective agendas.

In celebration of the 20th anniversary of diplomatic relations, a photo exhibition showing China and South Africa's respective technological achievements and the results of their cooperation was held in Pretoria during Chinese President Xi Jinping's state visit.

The exhibition is expected to play a guiding role in furthering China-South Africa collaboration in this important field.

Copyedited by Laurence Coulton

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