Chinese President Xi Jinping’s New Year’s speech on Saturday showed China’s rapid technological development over the past year, noting “the launch of Shenzhou 13, Shenzhou 14 and Shenzhou 15” and the fact that “China’s space station is completely of.”
“China’s third aircraft carrier Fujian was launched, China’s first large passenger aircraft C919 was delivered, and the Baihetan Hydropower Station was fully put into operation,” Xi said.
According to a survey jointly conducted by China International Television Network Think Tank and the China Public Opinion Institute of Renmin University of China, China’s contribution to global science and technology has been highly recognized by the world, covering 41 countries and regions around the world, accounting for 65.2% of the world’s population.
According to the survey, 83.1% of global respondents spoke highly of China’s achievements in the field of science and technology.Respondents said they were deeply impressed by 5G technology, artificial intelligence, high-speed rail, and space station construction
79.3% of global respondents believe that China’s technological strength will continue to grow in the next five years, and 75.4% of respondents believe that China’s high-quality technological development will continue to benefit the world.
In addition, the survey shows that 45.7% of global respondents and 91.3% of young Chinese believe that China’s development achievements reflect the determination and capabilities of the Chinese leadership.