Sure, there are exceptions to this, but by and large human bein Museums provide culture and inspire learning in the youth and popu lation of a country, and lead to an increased sense of wonder and desire to explore. For purely selfish reasons, corporations and businessmen should strive to support museums and other cultural de stinations, in hopes that generations of future workers are more creative and able to do good work. gs tend to look up to things that are difficult or costly to access. A better option is to charge fees for regular visitors but provide free ticket s as prizes for high-achievingRead More →

xperience what is it like in real satellite development projects,” Cui said. “We will ask the students to set up a project team to simulate research and development of an imaginary satellite, and e ach of them will be designated a role ranging from chief designer to subsystem manager,” Cui added. “We also offer opportunities to the students to visit satellite research-related institu tes and satellite users to see satellites’ assembly, testing and experiments,” Cui said. “They will be able to get personal understanding of spacecraft research and development and obtain some know-how.” He said space training providers in other countries will not take foreignRead More →

m revenue last year, up 13.5 percent year-on-year. Out of it, 447.7 billion yuan was contributed by 340 million passenger trips by domestic travelers. Shanghai’s abundant cultural and tourism resources, its high lev el of internationalization, convenient public transportation, fine public service, rapi dly improving level of intelligent urban infrastructure are attracting travelers from home and abroad, said He. Last year, 135 products sought official recognition to be sold as city souvenirs. Only 43 made it to the shortlist, out of which 24 were eventually selected as they featured distinctive Shanghai elements. Many of the products are made by time-honored brands including White Rabbit creamyRead More →

 more than 4,300 clients completed the standard se andries of three vaccinations within si x months.a-free policy will further cement Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport’s The Boao pilot zone is the first place on the Chinese mainland a llowed to import HPV 9-valent vaccines and other drugs wit hout needing central government permission, in line with the nine preferential policies granted by the State in 2013 – in this case, special permission to import medical technology, medical equipment and medicine. The provincial health and drug administrations will also send more supervisors to the pilot zone to provide guida nce and coordination and strengthen supervision of medicalRead More →

hina is stepping up the investigation and regulation of shareholder equity for small and medium-sized rural banks to improve their corporate governance, said a n official of the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission on Monday. From 2018 to 2020, the CBIRC’s offices at the local level will investigate all rural commercial banks, rural cooperatives and rural credit unions. As of the end of last year, the regulators had investigated 868 rural coopera tives, which involve 28,000 stakeholders with shareholding of more than 1 percent, and 65,00 0 shareholder affiliates. The rest of the rural banking institutions will be investigated in 2019 and 2020. TheRead More →

 Belt and Road Initiative and creating a global image of this initiative, so that there will be more connectivity and more trust in this international intercontinental project. I am from Afghanistan and we have a lot of opportunities for China’s investments. China is trying to in vest in our railway network, which is a very promising way to create a corridor to the Central Asia. Then Afghanistan can provide a very safe connection from China, Central Asia to the rest of the world.President Xi’s speec h was very impressive. He spoke on opening all the economy of the world and working against protectionism. He alsoRead More →

 after inspectors’ revisits to ensure rectification of violations they had found earlier. Liu Changgen, director of the central environmental inspection office, said the fourth round of in spections is the first to have more punished officials from land resources departments than from the ecolo gical and environmental departments, which topped the list in the earlier rounds. “Many may think the ecological and environment departments should top the list, as they shoulder more of the responsibilities in environmental protection. But officials at various levels of the ec ological and environmental departments have had their awareness in environmental protection strengthened in the past few years, which hasRead More →

PWC, KPMG, Ernst&Young, UPS, DHL, CMA CGM, HSBC, and VALE International. The food showing area will be 60,000 square meters showing d airy products, vegetables, fruits, meats, aquatic products, snacks, condiments, liquor and bever ages, and the exhibitors will include Nestle, Danone, Fonterra, Theland, Dole, Louis Dreyfus and Cargill. The 12th China Arts Festival will bring a slew of art activities to the Chinese economic and art hub Shanghai. From May 20 to June 2, more than 50 shows selected nationwide will be perform ed in 19 major theaters in Shanghai, over 600 artworks will go on display at the China Art Museum, and aRead More →

ros horns, pangolin scales, dried sea horses, red corals, and hawksbill turtles, Zheng said. A major overseas criminal gang once active in smuggling animals to Guangdong province has been busted following the crackdown, he said. He suggested that further special campaigns will be launched to fight against such smuggling in the coming months. Water pollution has forced many regions, especially in southern China, to change their sou rces of drinking water, with many reaching out to the Yangtze River, a report said. The contamination of water bodies has made drinking water in souther n China more scarce, despite a dense network of waterways, according toRead More →

Ahead of this year’s London Book Fair in March, media reported a rise in interest in translat ed works among British readers, with a special mention of the wider acceptance of transl ated Chinese titles last year. For translator Anna Holmwood, this signals the arrival of a new era. “This is a big moment for Chinese fiction abroad,” says Holmwood, who has translated Chinese literature for almost a decade. Her translation work, Legends of the Condor Heroes: A Hero Born, a fa ntasy novel written by Jin Yong (Louis Cha Leung-yung), and Liu Cixin’s science-fictio n book, The Three Body Problem, are shown in aRead More →