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 →

such a restrained manner and conducted the talks with the utmost sincerity may have misled the US administration into thinking it has pushed Beijing onto the back foot. But China’s responsible attitude and its desire to settle the dispute through consultations should not be viewed as signs of weakness. Indeed, its stance could not be clearer: The US can persist in trying to coerce China into acce pting its unreasonable demands, but no matter how hard it tries, China will not knuckle under. China does not want to enter into a trade war with the US; but that does not mean it is afraid ofRead More →

 hard environment in Chinese cities has improved, though space remains for the developm ent of soft environments. These are key to a city’s business environment, the report said. Decades ago, university graduates’ artwork was exhibited only for viewing by students and teachers. Today, these exhibi tions have become a big celebration, not only for denizens of the university, but also the general public. Tsinghua University’s arts and design academy is currently showing paintings, sculptures, mixed-m edia works and designs created by postgraduates who will receive their master’s degree in June. The y are displayed at the academy’s buildings and Tsinghua University Art Museum, through MayRead More →

 because of multiple measures, including improved legislation, intensified law enforcement and more international coopera tion, according to the Report on the Latest Development in IPR Protection and Business Environment in China. Law enforcement authorities in China handled 215,000 cases involvin g counterfeit products last year, including 77,000 cases involving patent infr ingement, said Gan Lin, vice-minister of the State Administration for Market Regulation. Courts across China concluded nearly 320,000 IPR cases of various type s last year, an increase of 41.6 percent over the prev ious year. More than 5,600 criminal suspects involved in IPR infringement were arrested last year, Jin said. gzbbcn.comRead More →

d an unfinished self-knitted sweater to a wedding dress and a tie with a lipstick mark, has in creased by threefold to more than 200. All the objects are left behind from breakups and donated by the public. People seem to find closure for a broken relationship by donating souvenir s from former lover, Kang Shidong, owner of the museum, told Shanxi’s news portal sxrb .com. He said a young man brought a bracelet and spent a whole afternoon writing a note, elaborating his love story. Besides closure, what surprises Kang is that some visitors fell in love after coming across each other at theRead More →

velopment of the region could play a vital part in leading regional growth, the statement said. It noted that the elevation of the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta t o the status of a national strategy is a major decision adopted by the CPC Central Committee. Authorities in the four provincial areas must enhance their awareness of integrated development and boost their interaction and cooperation, it added. The meeting also decided to start a thematic education campaign of Party member s on the subject of remaining true to the Party’s original aspirations and keeping their mission firmly in mind. It called for strugglesRead More →

cratism and practicing formalism for formalism’s sake and to guide Party me mbers to keep the Party’s commitments in mind, it added.The global eco nomy is undergoing very large structural shifts, driven by three mega-trends. One is the digital transformation of th e foundations on which economies are built and run. Another is the growing purchasing power and economic strength of e merging economies, China in particular. And third, there are broad-based political economy trends, which inclu de rising nationalism, various forms of populism, political and social polarization, and a possible breakdown of the multilateral framework within which the global economy has functioned since theRead More →

 trying to emulate the impressive growth of developing economies before them. An underperformi ng global economy, and rising national and international tensions, will make that task even harder. If th e world is serious about reducing poverty further, it must pay far more attention to their progress. he US has repeatedly threatened to impose tariffs on about $300 billion of Chinese ex ports to the United States. China showed the greatest sincerity in the Sino-US trade talks and refused wild demands by the US side, said Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang on Tuesday. China has become the most popular investment destination for global companies, sinceRead More →

d compensation, as its latency period can be decades. By the time patients seek medical h elp they might find their employers long closed, or they may realize they haven’t signed a labor con tract and therefore can’t provide documents often needed for the diagnosis. Also, a large number of migrant workers have not joined occupational injury insurance progra ms, increasing their financial challenges in treating the lifelong disease, according to the commission. The commission is working with other ministries and departments to improve policies and provide better insurance to such patients, Li said. In 2018, the commission asked health authorities in all provinces toRead More →

ities for UK and China businesses transitioning from investment and infras tructure into an operating phase where British service providers can really benefit. As a matter of fact, many UK companies have already started to profit by playing an active part in projects in the countries involved the Belt and Road Initiative. UK engineering consultancy Mott MacDonald has been working with PetroChina in Iraq and the UAE, especially in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, for more than 10 years. The Chinese project has h elped Mott MacDonald make $6-10 million in fee revenue each year over the past decade, said Martin Tai, energy div ision generalRead More →