t toward the Asi上海后花园女神会所region, where India’s market size ranking will rise to the third spot from seventh in the world and Indonesia’s to fifth from tenth, s aid Hou Kan, regional director of airport, passenger, cargo and security of IATA North Asia. In the next 20 years, half the growth in the global aviation market will come from the Asia-Pacific region, which will accou nt for 55 percent, while growth from China will account for 28 percent in the Asia-Pacific region, Hou said. The fast-growing aviation market will add pressure to airport infrastructure. Among the world’s top 100 largest airports, only four have the infrastrRead More →

hristensen’s de上海后花园女神会所fense lawyer acknowledged in his opening statement on W ednesday that his client killed Zhang but disputed the prosecution’s version of events. FBI Agent Anthony Manganaro testified during the second day of the trial that Christensen’s story kept changing when he interviewed him three days after Zhang’s disappearance. In a video of the FBI agent and campus police officer Eric Stiver son’s interrogation of Christensen, the defendant initially said that he was playi ng video games all day at home during the time Zhang was captured on surveillance video getting into a black S aturn Astra, which was between 2 pm and 3 pmRead More →

Online courses have increased public access to q上海后花园女神会所uality educational resources, b ut unlike traditional classrooms, the teachers cannot directly monitor and interact with the ir students when teaching online, which can lead to disengaged students and poor feedback. To resolve these issues, three students from Tsinghua and the University of Tsukuba in Japan have created an AI-based model that can be integrated into online teaching platforms to analyze f acial expressions and “bullet screens”, real-time viewers’ comments on the screen. The model then crunches the data and creates a line graph that tells the teacher exactly when and what p arts of the lesson studentsRead More →

n Economic Forum in Vladivostok, Russia, in September, Xi called for regional memb ers to actively align their development strategies and work together for an open regional economy. Wu Hongwei, a researcher of China-Russia relations at the Chin ese Academy of Social Sciences, said bilateral cooperation plays a prominent role in guar anteeing world peace and security at a time when the global situation is clouded by tensions and turmoil. The two countries share the same position in promoting a mo re stable and multipolar world, Wu said, adding that they have sent such signals through supporting and coordinating with each other on international occasions.Read More →

A public letter titled “We, the Huawei people” from telecom giant Huawei detailing its employee s’ personal stories of solidarity and resilience amid restrictions from the United States, went viral on Chinese social media on Friday. The letter was published by Xinsheng Shequ, Huawei’s official employee community platform, on i ts Sina Weibo account on Thursday. As of Friday afternoon, the letter has received more than 190 million reads. Chinese netizens have flooded the comment sections of Huawei’s social media platf orms as well as news outlets that have reported on the letter, many leaving the message: “Huawei, fight on.” The letter is a collectionRead More →

above living with chronic diseases in China. Of those, 44 million were fully or partially disabled and in need of regular nursing services, she said. “With more nurses and nurse’s aides, the demand for nursing services from the elderly will be gradually met,” she said. The commission will also encourage community health centers to provide more nursin g services for the elderly in neighborhoods, Jiao said. They would include more beds and setting up day-care centers. Regulations will also be released to encourage community health centers to pro vide beds to the elderly at home, so family doctors can provide treatment there, she said. “TheRead More →

ent and progress, international communicators should further play up their special role in advancing unders tanding, deepening friendship and expanding cooperation in the fast-changing world. They should push world pro gress in the right historical direction while promoting exchanges among civilizations and mutual learning. First, we should act as promoters of exchanges among human civilizations. The mutual depende nce, exchanges and learning of different civilizations give shape to the abundant and colorful world tod ay. As the UNESCO Universal Declaration on Cultural Diversity points out, cultural diversity “is the common herit age of humanity”. The diversity of human civilizations is a basic characteristic of theRead More →

China’s financial minister and central bank governor vowed to strengthe n debt management and leverage more private funds for infrastructure construction un der the Belt and Road Initiative, suggesting a new framework to assess debt risks for partner countries on Thursday. The Ministry of Finance published a debt-sustainability analysis framework for the BRI’s participating economies at the start of t he Second Belt and Road Forum for International Cooperation, a three-day event in Beijing. Financial institutions of China and other BRI economies are encouraged to use the “nonmandatory” policy t ool for rating debt risk before making lending decisions. The analysis method is based onRead More →

China, but it belongs to the world. China has put forward the idea of boosting global development vi a infrastructure connectivity, and is working zealously to translate it into reality. This is based on wha t the country learned from its own rags-to-riches story, its own experience of the benefits of free trade and inte rnational cooperation, and on its understanding of the role a responsible major country must play. The forum’s growing list of distinguished guests is credible testimo ny that more and more countries appreciate the initiative‘s win-win nature and long-term pote ntial. With 126 countries and 29 international organizations signing cooperation agreementsRead More →

 For residents in Huojugou village in China’s Changbai Mountains, a train whistl e is a euphonious sound that will bring gurgling water to their kitchen and bathhouse. For 44 years, the mountainous village and several others in northeast China’s Jilin Province have relied on a train, which only has one locomotive and one tank car, to provide their water supply. The train commutes between the towns of Songshu and Baihe, nestled deep in Changbai Mountain. Since 1975, it has run for m ore than 1.6 million km, delivering water to over 2,600 nearby villagers that had limited access to clean water. Though cisterns have beenRead More →