The Chinese government has completed the compilation of a plan for tourism developme
nt up until 2035 in north China’s Xiongan New Area, according to the Ministry of Culture and Tourism.上海楼凤
The plan has been submitted to the Publicity Department of the Central Com
上海楼凤mittee of the Communist Party of China for approval, the ministry said in a statement.
China announced plans in 2017 to establish the Xiongan New Area, a mi
llennium green city in Hebei Province located about 100 km southwest of Beijing.上海楼凤
The tourism industry will serve Xiongan in carrying out its task
s of relieving functions nonessential to Beijing’s role as the capital and helping coo
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The government aims to build the Xiongan New Area into a model fo
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ism management system, and the innovative development of eco-tourism, the statement read.
Olympic Forest Park offers range of activities, abundant wildlife
The most crowded place in Beijing on a typical weekend morning is not the Sanyu上海楼凤
anli Market or the Sanlitun shopping area, but a park near the North Fifth Ring Road.
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A vacant area just 14 years ago, Olympic Forest Park was built ahead of the 2008 Beijing Summer Olympics as a leisure area for athlet
es and coaches away from intense competition at National Stadium, also known as the Bird’s Nest.
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y are in no one’s interests, including US companies,” Huawei said in a statement.
The comments came after the US Department of Commerce said on Mon
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ber to more than 100 Huawei entities that are covered by the restrictions. Companies put on the Entity Lis
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buy from American suppliers. The move, an extension of the license through mid-Nove
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But this is also an exact description of the rising violence between two bitterly distrustful religious communities that I witn
essed on the streets of my native Belfast in British-ruled Northern Ireland exactly－uncannily－half a century ago as a te上海会所
enager in that unforgettable, agonizing August of 1969. The lessons I learned then would serve the people of the H
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tories and hire workers when those factories could be razed in one of the endless clashes.
The “freedom” the demonstrators in Hong Kong have been demanding is illusory. It is fool’s gold. It is the mythical pot o
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nted, but at the cost of a serious decline in investment from both the Chinese mainland and other regions of Asia.
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utonomous rule, has been that it is considered a secure, predictable and safe place to do business wit
h the mainland and with the wider region. But that no longer seems true. The longer the protests rage and the wi上海会所
der and more serious they become, the more that incalculable advantage will be eroded.
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1960s, the British government invested in two gigantic gantry cranes called Goliath and Samson－at the time the
largest such pieces of machinery in the world－to build super oil tankers. They still stand today as tourist attr
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orthern Irish Civil War (known with masterly understatement as “The Troubles”) saw to that.
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rial wasteland peopled only by ghosts. Even after peace finally returned to Northern Ir
eland, after 30 years of civil strife, the great complex on Queen’s Island never recovered, never revived.
At midnight, violent activists bound the hands of a reporter surnamed Fu from the website of Glob
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The two men remain in hospital.
“We condemn in the strongest terms such acts that are almost terrorism and express
上海楼凤our deep sympathy to the injured mainland residents and Hong Kong police officers,” the spokeswoman said.
“Recently, the radical violators in Hong Kong have completely breached the bottom line of law, m
orality and humanity. Their flagrant acts of serious violent crimes in public are shocking and chilling.上海楼凤女神会所
“Their violence was an extreme contempt for the rule of law, which has seriously damag
ed Hong Kong’s international image and hurt the feelings of compatriots on the mainland.”
She said such violent crimes must be severely punished according to law.上海楼凤
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Liaison Office condemns violence
“The atrocity has totally gone beyond the bottom line of a civilized soc
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In addition, the office pointed out the protesters’ acts, including paralyzing op
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severely hurt others’ rights and damaged Hong Kong’s international reputation.
“This time the protesters have torn down their deceptive上海楼凤
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上海楼凤女神会所Moreover, the Liaison Office pledged it will continue to assist relevant authoritie
s in safeguarding the personal safety and legitimate rights of mainland residents in Hong Kong.
With industrial and consumption upgrades, investment in hig
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ong which the high-tech service sector gained 97.4 billion yuan in FDI, up 63.2 percent.
上海千花坊Zhang Xiaofan, a partner at Deloitte’s global Chinese services group, said trade tensions between China and the United Sta
tes will not force any country or region to replace China’s position as a key player in the global supply chain.
Because of its members’ different cultures, currencies and po上海千花坊
litical systems, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations cannot match China’s size as a
huge consumption market. Neither can ASEAN members muster as many policy and institutional advantages as Chin
a to fine tune economic structures and fend off potential financial risks, Zhang said.上海千花坊女神会所
China also has a well-developed infrastructure to support the real economy, Zhang added.
Attracted by China’s consumer market driven by an expanding middle-income group
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ed in the first seven months, posting growth rates of 72.4 percent and 69.7 percent year-on-year, respectively.
FDI from the European Union rose 18.3 percent year-on-year, while
FDI from countries participating in the Belt and Road Initiative grew by 5 percent.上海千花坊女神会所
Joerg Wuttke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce
in China, said that to prevent risks caused by unilateral actions, China and the Eur上海千花坊
opean Union should further efforts to reach the EU-China comprehensive agreement on invest
ment by 2020, perhaps eyeing a new free trade agreement soon after that.
Global Times journalist Fu Guohao was discharged from a Hong Kong hospital on Wednesday, ha
ving been detained and assaulted by protestors at Hong Kong International Airport for almost an hour la上海419女神会所
te on Tuesday during a sit-in that shut down the airport’s operations for almost two days.
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said he did not suffer serious injuries, coming away with just some bruising to his face.
Fu thanked the public for their care and concern, saying he still loves Hong Kong.
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at the airport started on Friday and led the airport to halt operations for two days.
Wearing a yellow press jacket, Fu’s hands and legs were bound while he上海419
was assaulted by a group of protestors who didn’t believe him to be journalist.
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Hours before the assault of Fu, a tourist from Shenzhen, Guangdong province, was上海419女神会所
also detained and assaulted for hours by protestors who had doubts about his identity.
ome journalists tried but were unable to rescue the man, with protestors accusing those journalists of being undercover agents.
上海419The protestors demanded that the journalists produce identity documents to prove that they were reporters.
The man was later rescued after riot police arrived at the airport.
Shortly after Fu was detained and assaulted, Global Times editor-in-chief Hu
Xijin confirmed on his Sina Weibo account that Fu works for the media organization.上海419女神会所
Hu said the protesters’ actions were “shameless” and “cowardly”.
Hu urged protesters, whom he called “mobs”, to respect journalists.上海419
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rnalists, then you tell me, should we stop calling you mobs, but ‘terrorists’?” Hu asked.
In a letter to Hu, the Hong Kong Association of Media Veterans condemned what happened to Fu at the airport.上海419女神会所
The association, with a membership of more than 1,000 media prof
essionals, said Fu has shown the world how to be a professional reporter.
of the 50 fugitives suspected of major crimes who are on a class-A wanted notice is
sued by China’s Ministry of Public Security have been detained, the ministry announced Thursday.
Of the 23 detainees, two are suspected of intentional homicide, eight are suspected of gan
g-related and organized crimes, seven are suspected of telecom and online fraud
and five are suspected of other major crimes of fraud, the ministry said at a press conference.上海后花园女神会所
Since the class-A wanted notice was issued on July 24, public security authorities
上海后花园nationwide have taken the highest-level measures of investigation and surveilla
nce on the 50 fugitives, said Jiang Guoli, deputy head of the criminal investigation bureau under the ministry.
He said seven of the fugitives voluntarily turned themselves in to the authorities under the pressure of the law and policies.上海后花园
Two fugitives were arrested by police with the help of tip-offs and thos
上海后花园女神会所e who offered tip-offs will be awarded 200,000 yuan ($28,400), Jiang noted.
The public security authorities are verifying a large number of clues about the fugitives provided by the public, he said.
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pability to arrest the rest of the fugitives and urged them to surrender for leniency.
Shanghai unveiled a list of cultural activities and tour routes to boost its nighttime economy on Aug 8.上海后花园
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urists from around the world, according to the municipal culture and tourism bureau.
arly warnings. Also, residents－especially those living in old communities, construction si
上海夜网tes, tourist attractions and places easily affected by geographic hazards－should be transported to safe shelters.
Zhejiang’s flood control authority issued an emergency notice on Thursday to raise the typhoon r
esponse to Level 3. In Taizhou, one of the province’s coastal cities, nearly all fishing boats docked at the port.上海夜网
In Xiangshan of Ningbo, a traditional fishing hub in Zhejiang, over 2,700 fishing boats have ret
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Shanghai’s flood control department also issued an emergency notice to lower the wa
ter level in rivers and check drainage networks, pumping stations and related facilities.上海夜网
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ction sites, and entrances and exits of rail stations to reinforce advertising billboards, air condition
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Jiangsu has issued warnings to brace for strong winds, rainstorms and temperature drops since Friday.
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le indoor and outdoor activities should be suspended and precarious buildings sho
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Yutu 2’s scientific missions include surveying terrain, detecting minerals
China’s Yutu 2 lunar rover has entered its eighth period of dormancy on the moon’s far side an上海夜网
d is in good condition after traveling 271 meters, according to China National Space Administration.
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ovable robot on the moon after Yutu, was switched to dormant mode at around 5:50 pm on Wed
nesday after receiving signals from ground control. Yutu 2 is part of the Chang’e 4 robotic probe.
are at a crucial stage of development, Wang said, calling for the two
countries to handle their historical grudge properly and avoid unilateral actions.上海夜生活
Qureshi said China is Pakistan’s long-trusted friend, and that he believe
上海夜生活女神会所s China will uphold justice over the Kashmir issue. Pakistan will continue to support Chi
na’s legitimate position in issues concerning China’s core interests without any hesitation, he said.
Honor, one of the two signature smartphone brands of Huawei Technologies Co, unveiled its first smart TV on上海夜生活
Saturday, marking the company’s official entry into the TV-related sector amid mounting competition.
It is the also the first electronic products that is powered by its in-house operating system Har
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Zhao Ming, president of Honor, said the company aims to leverage its years of innovation in smartphones to reshape the role of TV in daily lives.
On top of boasting the entertainment features of traditional TVs, Honor’s smart-screen product comes with a 55-i
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Priced from 3,799 yuan ($538), the TV comes with Wi-Fi chips which are used in smartphones, providing seamless experience. Zhao said.
上海夜生活女神会所Content from video steaming sites including Tencent Video and MGTV are available on Honor’s smart TV.
It is also equipped with an artificial-intelligence-enabled camera for smooth te
levision calls and supports playing mobile games on smart TVs with low latency.
are meters, posing a sharp contrast to 8.1 square meters in 1978, according to the report.