Co and learned about the company’s production of rare earths and the development of the rare earth industry in Ganzhou.
On the heels of the United States government announcement it will ban unauthorized exports of US technology to Hua
wei, by Monday, a number of major US tech giants, including Google, had reportedly stopped supplies.
Amid the escalating tit-for-tat trade blows between the world’s tw
o largest economies, the US putting Huawei, the face of Chinese hi-tech progress, on its Ent
ity List is no doubt a calculated blow to hit China and Huawei where it hurts. “America will probably use its ability to with
hold components from Huawei as a bargaining chip in a future trade deal with China,” The Economist reckons.
peration in AI governance including laws and regulations, ethical norms and international rules,” Wang said.
The State Council issued a plan in 2017 that set benchmarks for China’s AI sector, with the value of core AI indu
stries predicted to exceed 1 trillion yuan ($145 billion) and make the country the global leader of AI innovation by 2030.
In December, Tianjin unveiled a three-year plan to boost the innovative development of seven AI-related indust
rial chains including independent and controllable information systems, smart security, big data, advanced co
mmunications, intelligent connected vehicles, industrial robots and intelligent terminals.
According to the plan, the government will build Tianjin into an AI in
novation center and a hub of AI industries and innovative applications by 2020.
cted by the China Consumer Association from December to March, which included mor
e than 1,700 students from elementary, junior high and senior high school.
According to the report, most elementary school students were first exposed t
o the internet in third grade, and these 9-year-old students accounted for 32.2 percent of th
e total. For junior high school students, most had their first online experience at the age of 12 years in grade six, a
nd these students comprised 21.7 percent. Among high school students, the peak period to access the internet fell duri
ng their first year in junior high school, with these 13-year-olds representing 19.4 percent.
The report shows over 90 percent of teenagers use electronic devices for study or playing game
s every week. What deserves attention is that the percentage of inevitable exposure to electronic devi
ces among elementary school students is significantly higher than that of the other two groups.
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Premier Li Keqiang urged government departments to speed up the implementation
of tax reductions to invigorate the country’s economy, amid rising uncertainties about growth on Friday.
Li was speaking with entrepreneurs from the manufacturi
ng, construction and service sectors at the Zhongnanhai leadership compound in Beijing.
The businesspeople said they have received benefits from the tax reduction measu
res in the past months, after the measures were introduced by Li in the Government Work Report in March. They
also offered advice on how to further ease the tax burden on businesses.
After hearing their opinions, Li called tax reduction a great decision made by the Communist Party of China Central Comm
ittee and the State Council. It has boosted market confidence in outstanding ways and promoted the stable
growth of the economy, he said, adding that the positive factors for economic growth are increasing.
le growth of the economy, he said, adding that the positive factors for economic growth are increasing.
Noting that the uncertainties in the global economic environment are also rising and there remai
n downward pressures on the domestic economy, Li called for both attention and confidence from the entrepreneurs.
Related departments should follow the guidance of Xi Jinping Though
t on Socialism with Chinese Characteristics for a New Era, invigorate the market thro
ugh deepening reform and opening-up and ensure the stable growth of the economy, Li said.
He said that tax reduction is the key to improving the business environm
ent and invigorating the market, which will not only stabilize growth and employment bu
t also encourage companies to invest more in innovation for long-term development.
Chinese President Xi Jinping congratulated Thai King
Maha Vajiralongkorn on being crowned officially on Saturday.
On behalf of the Chinese government and people, and in his own name, Xi express
ed in a message sincere congratulations and good wishes to the king and the Thai people.
The king is an old friend of the Chinese people and has been attending to and supp
orting the cause of friendship between the two countries for long, Xi said in the message.
“I attach great importance to the development of China-Thailand rel
ations and stand ready to make joint efforts with you to carry forward the traditional C
hina-Thailand friendship, deepen cooperation in building the Belt and Road jointly, and push forward the comp
rehensive strategic cooperative partnership between the two countries to make bigger headway,” Xi said.
The Chinese president wished the Kingdom of Thailand flourishing and prosperity, and the people happiness and good health.
iang Uygur autonomous region in April, he realized that education is still weak in the region and good teachers are in short supply.
To help change the situation, he applied to volunteer as a
teacher at a middle school in a Xinjiang town after graduation in July.
“My biggest hope for the next year is that more students in my class will a
chieve better results, enter high school and grow up as contributors to society,” Zhang said.
Yi Zhihao, a doctoral student at the School of Biological Science and Medical Engineering of Beihang University in Beiji
ng, is also a Beihang Lunar Palace 1 volunteer.A gathering marking the centenary of the May Fourth Movement is h
eld at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, capital of China, April 30, 2019. Chinese lea
ders Xi Jinping, Li Keqiang, Li Zhanshu, Wang Yang, Wang Huning, Zhao Leji, Han Zheng and Wang Qishan were pr
interest in philosophy, history, literature, culture, music and sports, and that he first cul
tivated many of these interests back in middle school and they have stayed with him ever since.
His job is serving the people, and he works hard with a busy schedule, but takes great pleasure in his work, Xi wrote.
The Niles North students also inquired whether Xi likes the US.
Xi answered in the letter that he has visited their country many times and is impressed with the “beautiful landscape, hos
pitable people and diverse culture”, and he made a lot of friends, including some young people.
He said the students are “wonderful” and expressed hope that they will make greater progress in studying Chinese.
Learning Chinese will help them better understand China, a
d get acquainted with more Chinese friends and Chinese-speaking friends across the world, Xi said.
ke up for the environmental arrears of the past, and its lack of forest c
over and vulnerable ecology remain problems requiring substantial efforts to conquer.
He called on officials at different levels to lead the public in making unwavering efforts to continue with tree planting programs.
It is also important to act on the understanding that clear w
aters and lush mountains are invaluable assets, promote the high-quality development of forestati
on programs and continue to promote the development of forested cities and rural areas, he said.
He also called for greater efforts to improve the living environm
ent, develop the green economy and step up the management and protection of forests.
Environmental protection has long been a priority for Xi, who has called on several occasions for efforts to protect the natu
ral environment “the way we protect our eyes”, and cherish it “as we cherish our own lives”.
A special 3D printer worked next to a display cabinet filled with a variety of imitations of bo