Since both Beijing and Washington understandably want to hold their cards close to their chest s until Xi Jinping and Donald Trump actually sit down to talk, it remains difficult to foretell exactly ho 上海会所w the widely anticipated Saturday meeting between the two presidents on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Osaka will play out. Both sides appear intent on seeking the best possible outcome, while being prepared for the worst. For all the harshness in thei上海会所 r respective rhetoric, both parties need some kind, or at least degree, of truce. Because both are beginning to feel the pain. Yet ironing out the obviouslyRead More →

 I learned from free online courses,” Yang said. Since 2013, he has been studying basic economi上海会所女神会所cs and finance on XuetangX, China ‘s first and biggest massive open online course platform, launched by Tsinghua University. By April, the platform was hosting nearly 2,140 classes provided by top u niversities from around the world and had more than 26 million registered users. In recent years, China has embraced new technologies, such as artificial intelligence and big data, to provide lifelo ng, equitable and personalized educational opportunities for its 518,900 schools and 276 million students at all le vels-the world’s largest education sector, according to the Ministry ofRead More →

 education and traffic violation record, among others, while enterp rises can apply for certain licenses and certificates online via the mini-program. The mini-program is also connected with local government online ser vice platforms in several provinces including Guangdong and Zhejiang, while more l cal e-government services will be connected in the future, the statement said. E-government services via apps and mini-programs are increasingly popular in China am id national and local efforts to cut administrative red tape to benefit residents and businesses alike. A total of 30 provincial-level regions have established integrated e-government plat forms that incorporate the services of provincial, city and county governments,Read More →

Farm Bill was signed. “Where we believe consumers are being put at risk, the FDA will warn consumers and take enforcement actions.” But since the bill was passed, manufacturers see a potentially huge market and aren’t holding back on offering products to consumers. In the retail sector, DSW, Neiman Marcus and Barneys recently began selling beauty pr oducts featuring CBD. “There is a demand for highend CBD products,” Kim D’Angelo, Neiman Ma rcus’ beauty buyer, told CNN Business. “CBD products are the next big thing in beauty.” CVS, the No 1 drugstore chain, in the US, introduced CBD-contai ning topicals, including creams and salves, toRead More →

portant stabilizing factor, he said. China’s research and devel opment spending ranks second in the world, acc ounting for around 2.18 percent of its GDP, while emerging strategic industries, th e sharing economy and other new growth engines are also seeing continuous expansion. The strong leadership of the Communist Party of China and the solid material and technological foundation built through dec ades of rapid development in the era of reform and opening-up will also help shore up economic growth, he said. He added that China also has enormous resilience, potential and flexi bility in development, deep experience in ma croeconomic regulation and ample spaceRead More →

Despite a general decline, great difficulties still exist for China to bring down the percentage of smokers to 20 percent by 2030, China CDC said in a statement. The survey, released ahead of World No Tobacco Day, which falls on Friday, showed increasing public support for tobacco control. More than 90 percent of those surveyed said they support a total ban on tobacco in the workplace, and mo re than 95 percent said they support banning smoking in hospitals, middle and primary schools and public tr ansportation. Nearly 80 percent said they hope to see a ban on tobacco in restaurants. The survey showed adultRead More →

ch means even if Beijing does not take countermeasures equal in scale to Washington’s, the US economy will not be left unscathed. Tariff hike will harm both China and US The list of products subject to US tariff hike covers daily necessities, light industry and machinery, with the main targets being agricultural and food products, and general manufacturing goods produced by light industries. In terms of agricultural and food products, China is the third-largest supplier to the US, with processed fruits and vegetables; fruit and vegetable juice; fast food and snacks; fresh vegetables and tea leaves being the main items. www.shlfco.comRead More →

n emerging trend that will benefit animal protection work in the long run. The survey, released last week, found that more than 90 perce nt of Chinese travelers who had participated in an overseas wildlife tour said they would take into account whether their activities negatively affected the animals before making future tour decisions. “Wildlife-friendly travel plays a crucial role in the healthy growth of wildlife tourism. The research shows the responsibility that Chinese travelers would like to take, which is very enc ouraging,” said Zhao Zhonghua, chief representative of the World Animal Protection China office. The research was based on 2,206 questionnaires and jointlyRead More →

More than one million people have visited the Beijing International Horticultura l Exhibition since it opened on April 29, the Beijing International Horticultural Exhibition Coordination Bureau said. At 11 am May 17, Yan Shuchen from Zhangjiakou of Hebei province became the one-millionth visitor to the expo. When his family of three entered the Gate No 1, two officials of the bureau w alked toward them and after congratulating them, presented them a gift, a pair of mascots for the expo. Yan said he drove his wife and daughter fromtech companies began to freeze the supply o f components and software to Huawei Technologies after theRead More →

In celebration of this year’s International Museum Day, the Palace Museum in Beijing turned itself into a dynamic stage on Saturd ay and offered a variety of activities to echo this year’s theme, “Museums as Cultural Hubs: The Future of Tradition”. Students and adult visitors were invited to the museum to learn about making prints and carving stamp seals and to learn about the appreciation of and technological methods being used in the conservation of the age-old buildings at the Palace Museum. The Chinese Musicians Association’s choir gave an outdoor performance. An exhibitio n opened showing dozens of lithographs by artists from countries involved inRead More →