followed by Baidu and ByteDance, according to the employment-oriented social networking platform LinkedIn. The ranking list is based on feedback from LinkedIn’s more than 40 million users in China, taking fo ur aspects into consideration — interest in the company, engagement with employees, job demands and employee retention. Qualified companies must have had at least 500 employees as of Feb 1, 2018, and demonst rate flat or positive employee growth over the following 12 months, based on LinkedIn’s data. Among the top 25 companies to work for in 2019, 15 of them are technology companies, as the results showed. Here is the top 10 listRead More →

uangzhou, provincial capital of Guangdong province, pledged to further cooperate with overseas counterparts in the fight against endangered animal smuggling in the coming months, said a senior local customs officer. “Top priorities will be given to big cases: major smuggling gangs, channels and networks,” said Zheng Jun, deputy director of the Guangzhou customs anti-smuggling bureau, at a news conference in Guangzhou on Thursday. According to Zheng, Guangzhou customs provided valuable and accurate information to its Malaysian count erparts in January, resulting in the seizure by Malaysian customs officers of more than 60 kilograms of rhinoceros horns. Zheng reiterated that customs officers from his bure auRead 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 →

ipation ever of Nobel Prize winners, with four on the team They were Arieh Warshel, the 2013 Nobel Prize winner in chem istry; Edvard I. Moser, the 2014 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine; Konstantin Novoselov, the 2010 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or medicine; and Michael Young, the 2017 Nobel Prize winner in physiology or med icine. These four were also joined by Les Valiant, the 2010 Turing Prize winner. The survey was conducted by the International Tal ents magazine. The organizer and Dataway provided data analysis of the survey. China Daily cons tructed the official website for the survey and reported on theRead More →

en cities around the world and carrying machine components,” noted Mohammad Ehteshami, the former head of engineer ing at GE Aviation who now runs GE Additive, a new business focusing on the latest manufacturing techni ques like 3D printing. “Tomorrow, you won’t need to do all of that. You’ll just print what you need.” At Siemens, additively-manufactured turbine blades can be cooled by complex internal channels, thereby improving their fun ctional efficiency. Such technology now allows novel geometries that were not possible before. According to a report released by the German conglomerate, add itive manufacturing enables rapid prototyping resulting in up to 75 percent ofRead More →

Scientists have for the first time seen clearly the dynamic structure of the receptor of human parathyroid hormone, of which the s ecretion is closely related to diseases including osteoporosis, hypoparathyroidism, and cachexia. The revelation provides valuable insights into discovering novel therap eutics against such diseases, the group of researchers said at a media briefing on Friday. Patients of osteoporosis, who the National Health Commission in October said number nearly 20 percent of Chin ese over the age of 50, need to take medicines stimulating the human parathyroid hormone receptor. As such medicines are polypeptide, they can only be injected rather than being orally taRead 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 →

re is a price to pay: time, money and the risk of losing your job. And as a result they took to cyberspace,” she said. Employers are obliged to provide overtime pay, bonuses and welfare benefits to em ployees working overtime. But many tech company employees said it was too much to hope for. A senior developer with the e-commerce giant Alibaba, who asked not to be named to protect his career, said employers seldom say the schedule is compulsory, but failure to follow the rules could lead to low performance scores and layoffs. “Defiant behavior can also lead to losing your annual bonus, whichRead More →

The head of one of the world’s best-known museums is retiring, and as the news spread l ate Monday, netizens praised him as a tireless guardian and promoter of the nation’s heritage. The retirement of Palace Museum Director Shan Jixiang, 65, whose name has frequently been in the news, was announced on Monday at a meeting at the museum, also known as the Forbidden City. Shan “has made the Forbidden City shift from a luxury beyond reach to one that is accessible to ordinary people”, Feng Kaitai, a la wyer and Weibo user, posted on Monday. “He makes more younger people fall in love withRead More →

 of affluent two-earner couples to outbid single people for homes is a real problem,” said Coontz, adding that it’s exacerbated in Amer ica by the extremely uneven quality of local schools, so that people get into bidding wars over homes in good school districts. “We have to think through our housing policies, zoning laws and social investm ents to find better ways to produce affordable housing (for singles),” she added. A rise in single-person households may aid labor market mobility, ac cording to Bachman. With fewer attachments to property and free of marital burdens, the se individuals may be more open to shifting cities forRead More →