Shenzhen National High-Tech Zone plans to add an additional 2,000 high-tech enterprises to its premise 上海夜生活s this year, according to a government meeting on the city’s high-tech industrial development on Monday. Enterprises engaged in frontier industries such as AI, integrated circuits, new energy , robotics, life health and new materials will be preferred, according to information disclosed at the meeting.上海夜生活女神会所 The zone, totaling 159.48 sq km and comprising five industrial parks in Nanshan, Pingshan, Longgang, Bao’an and L onghua districts, will house more than 60 percent of Shenzhen’s total high-tech enterprises, meeting attendees were told. Aiming to become a world-class high-tech park, the zone willRead More →

elated to the artist’s literary creation, poems and a documentary particularly made for this occasion, the exhi上海夜生活 bition showcases how the artist originally utilized penc上海夜生活il and Chinese ink to create pictograms, through which he told us his world and memories. In addition, Picasso’s engagement with the then Chinese art community is another focus of the exhibi上海夜生活 上海夜生活tion, where the original manuscript of a telegram penned by poet and scholar Guo Moruo to congratulat e the artist on his 80th birthday on behalf of the PRC government in 1961, is on display. Four original engravings by the artist courtesy of Chinese collector Jiang Xingdao, foun上海夜生活 derRead More →

sed name correct上海夜生活品茶微信ions in some provinces aroused heated discussion. In Hainan province, the local civil affairs authority targeted the na mes of residential buildings including “Victorian Garden” and “Los Angeles Community”, and two Vienna International Hotels in Haikou, saying they contain transliterations of foreign place names. In response, the Vienna Hotels Group released a statement on Tuesday via Sina Weibo, s aying its chain hotel names are trademarks registered with the market regulator and have been used legally. The civil affairs department later said the list was only a draft and was publicized to solicit public opinion. Dai Mengyu, 28, a bank employee in Beijing,Read More →

In 1972, David Bowie gave birth to arguably his most famous alter-ego, Ziggy Stardust-an androgynous alien with spiky tangerine h air, theatrical makeup and brightly-colored glam rock attire. An eponymous ode to the character appears on Bowie’s album, The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders From Mars, which was released that year. With the album, Bowie redefined glam rock and spent 18 months in the years 1972 and 1973 touring the United Kingdom, North America and Japan. During the tour, Bowie invited a Cambridge University graduate, M ick Rock, to be his personal photographer. They first met backstage in March 1972. olkcim.cnRead More →

n for a year, but some on Brady’s committee had pushed for those rules to be change d in order to try to force her out earlier if she refused to set out a clear departure date. Boris Johnson, the face of the campaign for Britain to leave the Europea n Union, said he would stand as a candidate to replace May as Conservative leader. May’s Brexit deal has been rejected three times by parliament, and weeks of talks with the opposition Labour Party, the idea of which was deeply unpopular with many Conservatives, have failed to find a consensus on the way forward. ARead More →

China’s first aircraft carrier, the Liaoning, and latest nuclear submarines, destroyers and fighter jets will join the parade, Qiu said. “Some vessels will make their debut for the first time,” Qiu added. Altogether 32 Chinese vessels and 39 warplanes will take part in the event, according to Qiu. The vessels will sail in six groups, namely, those of submar ines, destroyers, frigates, landing ships, auxiliary ships, and aircraft carrier. The planes will fly in 10 echelons, showcasing aircraft for early warning, reconnaissance, anti-submarine patrol, as wel l as bombers, fighters, carrier-based fighters, and carrier-based helicopters, Qiu said. More than 60 countries will send delegations toRead More →

when the late Qing Dynasty residence of Wu Lu, the province’s last zhuangyuan (top scorer on imperial examinations), was damaged. Fire this year also destroyed a bridge dating from four centuries ago in Nanping, Fuji an, a Qing Dynasty residence in Wenzhou, Zhejiang, and an office structure from the 1930s in Fuzhou, Jiangxi. The operators of the sites hit by fire will be responsible for the dam age, said the heritage administration. “Electrical faults and loose supervision over the use of fire during renovation are the main reasons” for the damage, the administration’s statement said. Though the fire at Notre Dame is under investigation, FrencRead More →

 reports that India decided not to send a delegation to the second Belt and Road Forum for Internati onal Cooperation later this month in Beijing. The reports said the initiative undermines the South Asia n nation’s sovereignty via the BRI-related China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. Lu said that, “If this decision about whether to participate in building the Belt and Road was possibly made through a misunderstanding”, China firmly and sincerely advances the constr uction of the Belt and Road on the basis of consultation and contribution for shared benefits. He added that the initiative is open to all parties that are inter ested in and willingRead More →

Rising registrations and better technology improve prospects of quicker availability When Zhao Xueming, a middle school math teacher in Beij ing, knew he had late-stage liver cancer in February last year, he felt despair. “I was scared to the soul, and I thought about death every day,” he said. By then, Zhao, who was 36 at the time, had received various treatme nts at Beijing Tsinghua Changgung Hospital for four months. However, he believed he had s ome other liver disease, since his parents, in order to avoid frightening him, never told him the truth. “The treatments didn’t work well,” he said. “At l ZhaoRead More →

US senators sharply questioned regulatory officials on Wedne sday about the Federal Aviation Administration’s reliance on Boeing Co’s engineers to cert ify the safety of the company’s new 737 Max 8 aircraft, which was involved in two fatal crashes in the past five months. A self-certification procedure called Organization Designation Authorization came under scr utiny at a hearing of the Senate Commerce Committee’s aviation subcommittee in Washington. Testifying wer e Daniel Elwell, acting FAA administrator; Robert Sumwalt, chairman of the National Transportation Saf ety Board; and Calvin Scovel III, Transportation Department inspector general. For decades, the FAA has delegated some authority for certifying new aircraftRead More →