ina has seen progress in its effort to revitalize traditional crafts and turn them int o targeted measures for poverty alleviation, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism. The ministry said it has organized extensive training for inheritors of traditional c rafts and supported setting up relevant workstations in collaboration with different departments. The ministry has set up 57 workshops for intangible cultural heritage and provided training for 2,500 people in poverty-stricken areas , including a county in southwest China’s Guizhou Province that is home to the ethnic Miao people. The campaign has also raised the awareness of provincial-level authorities. A total of 26Read More →

will rise by $30 if Apple moves its final assembly lines to the United States. If Apple manufactu res components and assembles them in the country, the cost will go up by $100 with the investment, labor and logistics involved. What’s more, the relocation to the United States would also see rising prices of many supplier items produced outside the U nited States, including semi-conductors, processors, memory, displays, batteries, the plastic and metal enclosures. “Our industry involves highly customized products. It requires both strong research and development ability and ind ustry scale. So, moving the supply chain would be a long shot,” said Meng WuRead More →

ancient China, while blending western and modern musical elements. Hand cymbals, resembli ng those in Peking Opera, were seamlessly merged with a Baroque violin ensemble, and the sound of bird chirping echoed the hymns of human beings, creating dialogue between mankind and nature. Various non-musical objects, as a signature style of Tan, were used to imitate cer tain sounds. For example, the orchestra repeatedly turned pages of their scores to create the sound of wind. Singaporean conductor Kahchun Wong led the orchestra for the first time. He turned himself into a Shaman in the ritual with rich body languages, adding to a sense of immersiveRead More →

China entertainment network news recently, has been the mother of Xiong Dai lin’s personal accounts Tucao self Filipino maid, frankly dangerous. After giving birth to tw ins last year, Xiong Dailin hired a Filipino servant to help with the housework and take care of her two childr en. She said that the Filipino servant was always diligent and careful, but recently became careless and prov ocative. She resigned more than a month ago and returned home. Unexpectedly, a month later, Xiong Dailin’s family suddenly received a tele phone and letter from the financial company to collect debts from Filipino commissioners, which seemed to owe othRead More →