The 7th CCAF China (International) Commercial Aerospace Forum was taking place on 25 and 26 November. The live stream was available on the conference website:

22 November 2021
This week, Blaine Curcio and Jean Deville discuss China's sea-based launch capabilities including some highly interesting findings about Landspace's ZQ-2. They also give an important insight into the China-Africa Beidou conference and ADASpace's new round of funding. As significant is their reflection on the interview by Ye Peijiang with CCTV and the question whether China is in a space race with the U.S. Like always: a must see!

20 November 2021
China launched on board a Long March-4B rocket the Gaofen 11-03 remote sensing satellite from the Taiyuan Satellite Launch Centre on 20 November 2021 at 09:51 BJT. The satellite entered the planned orbit successfully. Developed by the China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation, Gaofen 11-03 will be mainly used for land surveys, city planning, land rights confirmation, road network design, crop yield estimation and disaster prevention and mitigation.

23 November 2021
Earth observation satellite Gaofen 3-02 was launched by a Long March 4C rocket at 07:45 BJT from Jiuquan Satellite Launch Centre. The satellite has entered the planned orbit successfully. The satellite will operate in a solar synchronous orbit at an altitude of 755 km and will be networked with the orbiting Gaofen 3 satellite to form a land-sea radar satellite constellation. It will improve the monitoring capabilities of marine ship observations, as well as the monitoring of emergencies at sea and the land-sea natural environment.

17 November 2021
The symposium on the Peaceful Use of Space Technology – Health (IPSPACE 2021) will take place as a hybrid event from 18-20 November 2021 in Beijing. The broad theme of IPSPACE 2021 is the peaceful use of space technology for human health. Under the conference's motto "One Space, One Home" international scientists, entrepreneurs, educators, scholars, and professionals in health, spatial IT, education, finance, insurance, and energy will join to reflect on the latest developments of space for the benefit of humanity.
The conference can be followed via the open live stream webpage
The conference programme can be downloaded here.