I'm surprised we havn't seen a Venus mission announcement. China should be rounding out its inner planetary science capabilities at this stage. A venus mission should be less technically challenging than mars, but allow CNSA and other agencies to round out capabilities in designing probes for different environments and architectures. Hopefully china can do a hardened surface lander (non-rover) with a high altitude balloon orbiter on a first mission.
I would like to see a manned venus orbiter mission prior to an attempt at manned Mars landing. This should provide experience and learning opportunity prior to mars mission.
A preview of the space-related products that will be shown at Zhuhai.
The world's first 3D-printed deployer plates for CubeSats:
Flexible solar array (as deployed in the Chinese space station):
Grid rudder for controlled descent of spent rocket stage:
China's first solar probe (due to launch next month):
'Digital Moon' lunar mission simulator software:
China is also working on a Mars helicopter (top panel). It's designed to carry a spectrometer.