President says gathering sets stage for more Belt and Road progress, cooperation More than $64 billion in deals were signed during the Second Belt a nd Road Forum for International Cooperation, President Xi Jinping told members of the me dia from home and abroad in Beijing after the three-day event concluded on Saturday. In addition, Xi said, during the preparation and holding of the fo rum, parties reached 283 pragmatic outcomes, including intergovernmental cooperation agre ements, cooperative projects and the launch of multilateral cooperation platforms. The outcomes fully demonstrate that joint building of the Belt and Road conforms to the trend of the times, wiRead More →

ically possible, it does not make any sense from a commercial or political point of view. Such a practice would be tantamount to suicide for a high-tech giant. If the Chinese governme nt forced Huawei to do this, it would be stifling the country’s emerging industries. But intelligence can not be mentioned in the same breath as Huawei’s contribution to China’s industrial prosperity and national interests. Hyping the alleged Huawei threat has violated the basic spirit of seeking truth from facts. The West is prioritizing ide ology and considering excluding China as political correctness. Many people in Europe are aware of the lies, but stillRead More →

circulation industry development, said online sales have become an important engine to stimulate domestic spending and i mports. “Durable consumer goods with high-tech features and branded foreign products have huge commercial potential,” Zheng said. Chinese e-commerce giant JD reported robust sales between Feb 3 and Friday, with sales revenue jumpi ng 42.74 percent year-on-year. Smartphones, computers and home appliances were the top three items on JD in terms of sales value. Chinese consumers tend to buy high-quality and diversified products, the comp any said. Kitchenware sales posted the strongest growth — 399 percent year-on-year. That was followed by furniture and luggage, with their respective salesRead More →

the early 1990s, after rebuilding its economy from the devastation of the 1950-1953 Korean War. About 20 anti-U.S. activists rallied near the Foreign Ministry building in Seoul on Su nday, chanting slogans like “No more money for U.S. troops.” No violence was reported. “The United States government realizes that Korea does a lot for our alliance and peace an d stability in the region,” chief U.S. negotiator Timothy Betts said Sunday in Seoul. “We are very pleased ou r consultations resulted in agreement that will strengthen transparency and deepen our cooperation and the alliance.” The deal, which involves the spending of South Korean taxpayer money,Read More →

Huawei has made another big move in the field of chip. Today, Huawei released its 7Nm “Kupeng 920” chip. It is reported that “Kupeng 920” chip is the highest performance chip in the industry, based on the authorized ARMv8 architecture. At the same time, Huawei launched three Taishan servers based on Kunpeng 920 TaiShan series. Huawei officials said that Kunpeng 920 is a chip designed for distributed storage and large data processing applications. Like Heise Kirin 980, it is manufactured in a 7-nanometer process. It is reported that the 920 Kunpeng SPECint benchmark test is over 930 points, but also over the industry benchmark 25%Read More →

Sun Qian had joined Guan Yu in escorting the two ladies, and they were on the road to Runan when Xiahou Dun suddenly determined to pursue. So with a couple of hundred horse, Xiahou Dun set out. When Xiahou Dun was seen approaching, Guan Yu bade Sun Qian go ahead with the carriage while he remained to deal with the pursuers.   When they were near enough, Guan Yu said, “In coming after me thus you do not reinforce the magnanimity of your master!”   Replied Xiahou Dun, “the Prime Minister has sent no definite instructions. You have caused the death of several people, among them oneRead More →

Liu Zongyuan DWELLING BY A STREAM I had so long been troubled by official hat and robe That I am glad to be an exile here in this wild southland. I am a neighbour now of planters and reapers. I am a guest of the mountains and woods. I plough in the morning, turning dewy grasses, And at evening tie my fisher-boat, breaking the quiet stream. Back and forth I go, scarcely meeting anyone, And sing a long poem and gaze at the blue sky. Wang Changling AT A BORDER-FORTRESS Cicadas complain of thin mulberry-trees In the Eighth-month chill at the frontier pass. Through theRead More →