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  • Northeast Asia International Trade Center lands in Harbin


    The Northeast Asia International Trade Center, a platform for boosting regional cooperation and free trade between Heilongjiang and Northeast Asian countries, will be established in the Harbin New Zone in Harbin.

  • IKEA to provide new kitchen and bedroom solutions


    IKEA’s Harbin store will launch more than 1,300 new products in 2020, according to a press conference held in Harbin on Sept 4.

  • Harbin looks to boost nighttime economy


    Heilongjiang's capital city of Harbin will introduce a series of measures to light up its economy after dark in an attempt to make it a new driving force of the local economy.

  • Yanshou sea buckthorn industrial park breaks ground


    The second phase of construction on a sea buckthorn industrial park in Yanshou county, Harbin began on Aug 16.

  • Melki-Suifenhe-Harbin block train opens


    The Melki-Suifenhe-Harbin block train is the first block train running between Harbin and the Far East region of Russia. It is also the first China-Europe block train in Heilongjiang province.

  • Harbin rides on steady economic growth


    Harbin in Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province saw a 5 percent increase in GDP to 271.77 billion yuan ($39.17 billion) in the first half of the year and maintained steady economic growth.

  • Sino-Japan Economic Cooperation Conference held in Harbin


    The 2019 Heilongjiang Sino-Japan Economic Cooperation Conference kicked off in Harbin. Its aim was to deepen economic and trade links between Japan and the three provinces and one autonomous region in the Northeast China region.

  • Northeast Asia Art Expo in Harbin concludes


    The 2nd Northeast Asia Art Expo concluded at the Harbin International Convention and Exhibition Center in Harbin, capital of Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, on July 21.

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Harbin launches buses to serve night passengers

Harbin recently launched two new buses to serve passengers traveling between the city’s four railway stations, in an attempt to ease the difficulties of passengers traveling at night by bus.