As tours to Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region have become increasingly popular among tourists from home and abroad, local
authorities have announced a plan recently to launch as many as 100 special trains for tourists from May to October.
The local railway authorities will step up cooperation with other part
s of the country to boost Xinjiang’s tourism development, according to Huang Ti
ngfen, deputy general manager of Xinjiang Railway Tourism Development Group.
The trains will provide easier access to both the southern and northern parts of Xinjia
ng, said Huang. It will also be more convenient for Xinjiang residents to travel to other parts of the country.
standing up in panic, Zhou attacked him again, piercing Xie’s neck several times. Xie then fell down to
the ground but Zhou didn’t stop. He rushed to Xie, pressed down on his body, and stabbed him
again and again until Xie died. Zhou then rose, holding his arms and assuming a triumphant gesture.
Zhou was later arrested and confessed that he had bought the dagger online in advance.
Since losing their only child, Xie Zhonghua and his wife stop
ped going to work and have seen their health deteriorate. So far, they haven’t received an ap
ology from Zhou or his family.The average life expectancy of Chinese people rose 42 years, from 35 years in 1949 to 77 yea
rs in 2018, according to a statistics communique recently released by the National Health Commission.
and enhance intellectual property right protection, Xi said. He called on
the governments to build a stable, fair and transparent business environment, and to he
lp private enterprises and small and medium-sized companies to address their difficulties in finance.
Governments in the central region should attract advanced manufacturing enterprises moved from the coastal reg
ion, take part in Belt and Road international cooperation, enhance the protection of the environment, create m
ore jobs for poverty reduction and make relevant policies to support the rise of the central region, Xi said.
hina will further open and reform its markets, as well as facilitate a predictable busin
ess environment to help companies improve their ability to respond to risks, said the Ministry of Commerce.
President Xi Jinping inspected a company that manufactures high-tech magnetic m
aterials as he kicked off an inspection trip to East China’s Jiangxi province on Monday.
Xi learned about the business operations of the JL MAG Rare-Earth Co Ltd, based in Ganzhou, which speciali
zes in rare earth permanent magnetic materials, as well as the development of the rare earth sector in the city.
Ren Zhengfei, founder and CEO of Huawei, said on Tuesday that the US governm
ent’s 90-day extension “doesn’t mean much”, adding that the company was ready to deal with the ban.
Ren’s comments came after the US Commerce Department said on Monday that it gave Hu
awei a 90-day license to purchase US technologies to maintain existing networks and provide software upd
ates to existing Huawei handsets. That marks a delay of the ban on US technology exports to Huawei.
policies for residence permits and financial incentives to lure more talent.
For example, Zhenjiang in Jiangsu province, promised bonuses of 150,000 and 200,000 yuan for house purchases to gradua
tes with master’s and doctoral degrees, respectively, after they work in the city for three years.
Haikou, capital of Hainan province, is attracting college students with a monthly rent s
ubsidy of 1,500 yuan, with an 18,000-yuan allowance to graduates who decide to buy an apartment there.
Employment, especially some groups such as college gradu
ates and demobilized military staff, remains a priority to the government.
Premier Li Keqiang said at a teleconference on May 13 that employme
nt pressure will be felt this year by a larger number of college graduates. However, promotin
sumers and hundreds of thousands of employees, we ask that you im
mediately stop this action to increase their tax burden,” the group said.
The group’s reasoning echoes an earlier comment from David French,
senior vice-president for government relations at the Nat
ional Retail Federation, who said, “Saying that China is paying these tariffs doesn’t hold water.”
About 99 percent of all shoes sold in the US are imported. Last year alo
ne, it imported 2.5 billion pairs, nearly 70 percent of which came from China, ma
king the Asian country the largest source for US shoe imports, according to statistics provided by the FDRA.
ipsets like Kirin, which has been used in Huawei’s high-end smartphones. In addition to server chips, th
e company has also developed chips for base stations, basebands and chipsets powered by artificial intelligence.
“From chips to its self-developed operating system, Huawei has
long been preparing for independent research and development in core technologies. It has the abil
ity to adjust to changes in the global market,” said Xiang Ligang, director-general of the Information Consumption Alliance.
Huawei has also made preparations with core chipsets. Existing s
tocks are thought to provide the company with a buffer of six months to a year, he said.
The app and database will help us gather more precise and well-rounded data on the population, distribution,
ages, gender ratio, birth and deaths of wild pandas, who live in deep mountains and are hard to track,” said Chen Peng, a researcher with
the base who co-authored a paper on “Giant Panda Face Recognition Using Small Database.”
“It will definitely help us improve efficiency and
effectiveness in conservation and management of the animals,” Chen said.
China has carried out four scientific field research project of giant pandas in the wild.
The giant panda was scientifically discovered 150 years ago and na
med in the city of Ya’an, Sichuan. It remains one of the world’s most endangered species.
event wild animals from being touched by tourists. In such conditions, education on wildlife protection before the tour will be needed,” he said.
“Also, we can further explain contributions travelers can make through a
nimal-friendly tourism during the trip, which will make the tour much more meaningful and unforgettable.”
Apart from travel agencies, online tourism information platforms are also contributing efforts to promote wildlife-frien
dly tours. Qyer.com－a Chinese website that enables travel enthusiasts to write notes and exchange experiences, has
recently added a new item of “not chasing tigers in the national parks” into their travel guidebook for India.
“Wildlife protection needs efforts from each one of us and we will keep updating such informa
tion, encouraging more travelers to join our efforts,” said Lin Yi, manager of Qyer’s offline business department.
China will offer customized data services for disaster prevention throug