partnership with Tianjin to set up an AI research institute in the city. By opening the new institute , Inspur aims to join the top ranks of Chinese AI powerhouses in their quest to attract global talent. “We will step up our efforts to develop the AI sector in Tianjin, and will focus on fields i ncluding cloud operating systems and cloud databases,” said Sun Pishu, chairman of Inspur. he Ministry of Commerce urged the United States on Thursday to stop abusing the concept of national security and export control measures, and it promised that China will take all nec essary measures to resolutely safeguardRead More →

We should leave various civilizations in the world all in full blossom. There would be no clash of civilizations as long as people are able to appreciate the beauty of them all. Openness, inclusiveness, mutual learning among civilizations stressed Exchanges and mutual learning among civilizations should be conducted in a reciprocal and equal ma nner, and be diversified and multi-directional. They should not be compulsory or forced, or be a one-way flow. Civilizations should keep pace with times Innovation should be encouraged to give impetus and vitality to the progress of civilizations. Asia tourism promotion plan proposed China is willing to implement an Asia tourismRead More →

ent Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s championing of Asian values as the ideal way to govern their countries. Lee and Mahathir maintained that in Asia, social order and strong governance are keys to a stable and wealthy society. This type of governance succeeded in fostering rapid growth in Singapore, Malaysia, South Korea and China. Sant arita said strong Asian leaders are effective because they serve their constituents and value mutual respect and discipline. Analysts said the Asian emphasis on community and harmony can help resolve some of the wo rld’s most pressing international issues such as territorial disputes, climate change and sustainable economic development. SantaritaRead More →

With participants from 86 countries and regions, this year’s event attracted nearly 5,800 industry insiders from 2,645 companie s and organizations, who signed 1,368 deals and cooperation agreements worth up to 14 billion yuan. A report released during the festival says Chinese cinemas screened 34 domestic animated features that grossed 1.62 billi on yuan in total in 2018, a rise of 13.3 percent on the output and a 24.5 percent increase in revenue, respectively, compared to 2017. For many international filmmakers, China‘s expanding cartoon and animation industry has gripped their attention. “I think Chinese animation production is already headed in a great direction,” says JoeRead More →

Socheat Chea, a Cambodian student with big dreams, wouldn’t attract much attention if he walked down a street in his country since he doesn’t talk a lot and is a bit shy around strangers. His classmate, Edgar Moreno Pena, who is from Venezuela, is more adept at socializing. He has a vocabulary of more than 200 Chinese words, tells shopkeepers on Beijing streets pia nyidian (give me a bigger discount) and uses Chinese-language food-delivery apps on his mobile phone. “I often do shopping at Taobao and JD,” he said, referring to China’s two most popular online shopping websites. Although the two foreign students have fewRead More →

lems for commercial and recreational fishing, boating and water skiing. It deters a lot of new business owners when they talk to us about opening in Kentucky,” Brooks said. In some waterways, carp are so abundant that they jump out of the water into boats, sometim es hitting boaters and creating a nuisance. The massive schools of the fish are also hazardous to water skiers on popular lakes. Commercial fishermen in pursuit of other types of fish have to try hard not to catch them. Asian carp are having a $7 billion negative effect on various businesses in the US. But He Lining, development managerRead More →

er and stomach cancer, that are more common in China but are rare in the US,” he said, adding that cooperation on r esearch for those cancers can help the US improve understanding of them and help China develop new drugs faster. Chen said the potential for China’s cancer drug market is huge and dynamic. The market is projected to reach $30 billion by the year 2024, according to a recent report by US company Research and Markets. Lung, breast and stomach cancer dominate the anti-cancer drug market in China and are expected to do so in the near future, according to the report. He saidRead More →

ng between 7 am and 11 am and to those entering the city from outside Beijing between 5 pm and 10 pm. Violators will be fined 100 yuan. Also part of support measures for visitors to the event, construction of 11 temporary parking lots was completed earlier this mo nth. The parking lots, with a total area of 106.04 hectares, can accommodate more than 20,000 vehicles.Tan Choon Ho ng, a Malaysian man of Chinese descent, is deputy project manager of the Penang STP2 Project Management Office unde r China Communication Construction (M) SDN BHD. His wife tells us how the company stimulates the develo pmentRead More →

 property buyers in 12 first and second-tier cities were women. And as ages increase, awareness toward buying pro perty grows as well. The report said in the 30-year-old category, 47.1 percent of single women purchased their own prop erties, with over a third doing so without mortgages, and 23.4 percent of them owning more than one property. The research said most of the surveyed women felt a sense of security toward the future after purchasing properties. Dong Fang, a 28-y ear-old property investment manager who has just invested in a 40-square-meter flat in Shanghai, agreed. “It doesn‘t matter if I marry or not, now thatRead More →

The State Council, China’s cabinet, said Wednesday it was necessary to amend laws and suppor ting regulations and policies to ensure the implementation of the foreign investment law. Draft amendments for administrative licensing law, trademark law, construction law and e lectronic signature law were passed Wednesday at a State Council executive meeting presided over by Premier Li Keqiang. It was also decided at the meeting to submit the draft amendments to the Standing Comm ittee of the National People’s Congress, China’s top legislature, for deliberation, according to a statement after the meeting. Suggestions for revisions include adding the principle of “non-discrimination” in administrative lice nsing,Read More →