to cause serious injuries or death to others are punishable
by life imprisonment under the Aviation Security Ordinance.上海会所品茶微信
The former leader of Hong Kong said he believes most people in the city are against such illegal acts.
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opinion to stop these people from repeating these totally senseless and brutal activities,” Leung stressed.
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Hong Kong International Airport is one of the world’s busiest airports, which handles about 73 million travelers each year.
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g called on players in these industries, especially owners of small- and medium-sized enterprises, to speak out
against violence and obstruction at the airport, as their businesses could be heavily affected.上海会所品茶微信
Leung pointed out that radicals are not representatives of the majority in Hong Kong, as most people are peaceful and rational.
上海会所He hoped the violence at the airport won’t affect the be
nign interaction between people in Hong Kong and the mainland.
Meng Fankun, a seventeen-year-old Tsinghua University admit traveled nearly 1,000 kilometers by bicycle from his h上海会所品茶微信
ometown in Linquan county, East China’s Anhui province, to Beijing, finally arriving after 12 days.
On Aug 1, Meng and his father set out from Linquan to Beijing and rode all the way to上海会所
the university to register. The journey was over 800 km, and passed through Hen
an, Shandong, Hebei provinces and other places, with the capital city as final destination.上海会所品茶微信
During the trip, Meng even got a suntan.
“My dad and I stayed at affordable inns at night. I made plans before we left, s
o the bad weather, bicycle problems and traffic were all expected,” Meng said.
Messages and signals had been going back and forth between the two countries for more than two years.
In an interview with Time magazine in October 1970, Nixon s上海会所品茶微信
aid: “If there is anything I want to do before I die, it is to go to China. If I don’t, I want my children to.”
In March 1971, Washington ended all restrictions on the use of US passports for travel to the Chinese mainland.上海会所
In April that year, Nixon terminated the 20-year embargo on trade between the two n
上海会所ations. He also ordered new steps to be taken to ease currency and shipping controls placed on China.
At a news conference on April 29, 1971, Nixon said he expected to visit China sometime in some capacity.
He added that he hoped to contribute to “a policy in which we can have a new relationship” with China.上海会所品茶微信
In August 1970, Chairman Mao Zedong invited the US writer Edgar Snow to Bei
上海会所jing, and on Oct 1, Mao placed Snow next to him on the reviewing stand at the pa
rade celebrating the 21st anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China.
In December that year, in an interview with Snow, Mao said China was c上海会所
onsidering allowing US citizens of all political persuasions to visit the country. Whe
n Snow asked whether a rightist such as Nixon, who represented the “monopoly capitalists”, would be allowed to v
isit, Mao said he would be happy to talk to Nixon, whether he came as president or as a tourist.上海会所
Snow’s interview appeared in Life magazine in April 1971.
上海会所品茶微信Nixon recalled in his book that it was now public knowledge that Mao would welcome him to Beijing.
China and the US moved closer to negotiations after largely not communicating with each other for 20 years.
According to Nixon’s memoirs, his administration atte上海会所
mpted to find an intermediary who could “pass word directly to Beijing”.
When Nixon visited Pakistan in July 1969, he told President Yahya Khan that the
U上海会所S had decided to try to normalize relations with China, and asked for his help as an intermediary.
The Pakistani leader said his country would do anything it could
to help, but added, “Old enemies do not easily become new friends.” When Khan visited th上海会所品茶微信
e White House in October 1970, Nixon used their meeting to establish the so-called Yahya Channel.
During a visit to Romania in 1969, Nixon also talked with Presid
ent Nicolae Ceausescu about the need for a new Sino-US relationship.上海会所品茶微信
Nixon’s toast at a dinner in Romania was the first occasion on which a US president had intentionally referred to Ch
ina by its official name, the People’s Republic of China, rather than Communist China.
bookstore opened in Xiong’an New Area, Hebei province. Driven by the adv
antages of 5G networking, book lovers can enter after having their face or their identity c上海419品茶微信
ard scanned, and obtain their favorite books any time, because technology has made 24-hour unstaffed service feasible.
上海419In Sanlitun, the heart of Beijing’s nightlife hub, at 11 pm on a sum
mer night, among the bustling crowds one store stands out. It is Sanlian Taofen Sa
nlitun Bookstore, a 24-hour bookstore that has become a landmark since it opened last year.上海419
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上海419品茶微信The night China Daily visited the shop, and alley that connects the north
ern and southern ends of Sanlitun Village was teeming with people, while in the 700-squ
are-meter bookstore with about 20,000 books, a couple of young people were sitting next to their laptops open.上海419
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e place I use most for finishing work each day. This is the only quiet place I can find arou
上海419品茶微信nd here where I do not need to worry about closing time, and you have the air conditioning in summer, too.”
Another of those in the shop, Zhao Xiaohan of Xiamen, Fujian province, who was on holi
day in Beijing, says: “I accidentally found this place while I was looking for a perch after a long day of trave上海419品茶微信
l. It’s a relaxing place, but many young people come in here after dinner time because it’s the summer holidays.”
上海419In addition to stocking the latest titles and best-sellers, Sanlian Taofen sells books in ancien
t Chinese and many works in English. To attract customers in an area that is popular with tourists it al
so sells souvenirs and ornaments representative of traditional Chinese culture.上海419品茶微信
Another tourist in the shop, who says she is from Moscow, was astounded by the shop’s ran
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re I came in I wasn’t even sure it was still open. I’ve never come across anything like this in Russia.”
A shop assistant says the design of the shop, on two floors, is inspired by Travelers a上海419品茶微信
mong Mountains and Streams, an ink-wash painting by Fan Kuan of the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).
relics with the help of digital renderings of the murals, full-scale replicas of important c
aves and movie-like presentations that employ the imaging technology of the academy.上海千花网女神会所
“We are heading in the right direction,” Wu said, adding that the efforts should be expan
上海千花网ded beyond the Mogao Caves to cover other grottoes and cultural heritage offerings.
“The idea is to tap these resources, under the right conditions, for the people to enjoy at any time and in any place.”
Conservation of Buddhist artworks at the Mogao Caves is encouraging similar efforts at home and abroad上海千花网女神会所
Editor’s note: As the People’s Republic of China prepares to celebrate its 70th anniversary on Oct 1, China Daily is feat
uring a series of stories on the role regions have played in the country’s development and where they are today.
上海千花网When asked in front of foreign visitors what it takes to sustain the love for his jo
b after three decades, mural restorer Yang Tao said it is all about having “peace of mind”.
“You need to be in a state of tranquility, to guide a stable hand to mend the lines and reconnect the dots,” said Ya上海千花网女神会所
ng, 52, who works at the Mogao Caves near the major Silk Road hub of Dunhuang, Gansu province.
The UNESCO World Heritage Site is home to some of the best examples in the wo
上海千花网rld of Buddhist murals, sculptures and writings located in nearly 500 grottoes. They c
over a large expanse of Chinese history, including the golden age of the Tang Dynasty (618-907).
Yang’s approach to repairing and preserving the iconic works of art for future genera上海千花网女神会所
tions reflects the serious conservation efforts undertaken in Dunhuang in recent decades.
w enjoy forest coverage of about 60 percent.
上海419论坛It also benefits the local environment: Along the Yangtze River, for example, sand co
ntent dropped by 90 percent from 2000 to 2016. In Hainan province, Hainan gibbons－a critically endangered spe
cies－witnessed population growth from only seven in 1998 to 29 last year due to the program.上海419论坛品茶微信
According to the plan, top local government officials will be responsible for the protection work.
Moreover, all commercial logging of natural forests will be prohibite
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The forestry department will strengthen the restoration of some degraded natural forests a
nd speed up the work to build a surveillance system for protection and restoration work.上海419论坛品茶微信
“A strict management system will also be established. Anyone who conducts illegal activity that damages natural forests or threa
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Li said the government will take the lead in implementing the plan and encourage participation from the public. He said the prot
ection and restoration work aim to bring prosperity to the people through eco-friendly development.上海419论坛品茶微信
“The plan is expected to drive China’s natural forest protection work to a new stage,” Li said
Hubei province has completed an aerial survey of all sewage outlets that disch
上海419论坛arge into the area along the Yangtze River and its tributaries that flow through the province.
It was the first time that the province carried out such a full-scale survey, whic
h also serves as important groundwork for a national campaign, launched this February, to comb the b上海419论坛品茶微信
anks of the Yangtze River and map all such outlets along the country’s longest waterway.
The Xinjiang Uygur autonomous region experienced a travel boom
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t 76 million visits, up 46 per-cent year-on-year. Revenue generated by tourism exc
上海419品茶微信eeded 115 billion yuan ($16 billion), registering an increase of about 48 percent over the same period last year.
Urumqi, Ili Kazak autonomous prefecture and Changji Hui autonomous pre
fecture were the three hottest destinations for travelers in the past half year. Yea
-on-year, Urumqi saw a 56 percent increase in travelers, Ili Kazak saw 81 per-cent, and Changji Hui 46 percent.上海419
Domestic travelers accounted for 98 percent of those visiting the region, w
hile the top three sources of overseas visitors were Kazakhstan, Russia and Mongolia.
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ble public security, enhanced infrastructure construction and flourishing winter tourism.上海419
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d to be the slack season for Xinjiang because of the rather low temperatures and heavy snow.
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to be new attractions to travelers thanks to the popularity of winter tourism,” he said.
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上海419品茶微信Scenic spots also saw an increase in travelers during the winter. Zha
ng said that the region offers diversified entertainment to travelers during the season.
Most of the tunnels along the Lhasa-Nyingchi section of the Sich
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The Bukamu Tunnel, one of the longest tunnels on the railway linking Lha上海夜网
sa and Nyingchi in Southwest China’s Tibet autonomous region, was completed on Fr
iday. With its completion, 96 percent of the tunnels on the Lhasa-Nyingchi section of the railway are finished.上海夜网
The 9,240-meter Bukamu Tunnel is located in Manling county of the reg
ion’s eastern Nyingchi city. According to the China Railway 17th Bureau Group, and it is
also the 37th tunnel to be completed for this section, leaving 10 other tunnels to be finished by the end of the year.上海夜网品茶微信
“Once construction began in October 2015, it took more than 300 workers 1,234 days to complete the tunnel,” said Y
an Qingjing, an official of the Lhasa-Nyingchi Railway Headquarters, which is part of the group.上海夜网
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as, with the tunnel’s location at an average elevation of 3,000 meters above sea level, a上海夜网品茶微信
nd the oxygen level inside the tunnel is only 19 percent of that of the plain areas,” Yan said.
The group’s statistics show that more than 90 percent of the tunnel is rock burst section, and that more than 3,000 ro上海夜网
ck bursts were counted during construction of the tunnel, with an average daily burst of three.
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1,381 meters at one point, and high geostress inside causes the tunnel’s highest tem
perature to reach 42 C, much higher than the railway tunnel construction safety temperature of 28 C.上海夜网品茶微信
“The tunnel is like a steam room,” said Kang Yanjun, who works with the group. “On
ce you get inside, you begin sweating profusely. It is like doing anaerobic exercise.”上海夜网品茶微信
The technicians must exert a lot of energy every time the
y work in the tunnel, and each person needs at least 10 bottles of water, Kang said.
grated research and development for most of the past four decades, Hu said.
上海千花网From 2012 to 2015, the number of collaborative research projects involving Chinese and US institutions increased by m
ore than 80 percent, according to a blue paper on China’s contribution to STI and global governance published by the ac
上海千花网品茶微信ademy last year. Chinese and US scientists had co-authored more than 55,000 papers by 2014.
Moreover, scientists from both countries had cooperated on climate change, clean energy, environmental protection, hea
lth, agriculture and other fields related to sustainable development and people’s livelihoods, the blue paper said.上海千花网
It added that Chinese enterprises had set up research and development facilities in the US, w
hile US companies had established more than 800 R&D centers in China covering industries including el上海千花网品茶微信
ectronics, information technology, software, food manufacturing, cosmetics, home furnishing and finance.
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tter products and services for the people of both countries and the world,” Hu said.
Over time, China and US had developed different but crucial positions in the global in
dustrial system and value chain, Hu said. The US was at the top, given its leading position in STI and emerging ind上海千花网品茶微信
ustries, while China was at the middle and lower end of the industrial and value chain, but striving to climb up.
Like Japan, Singapore, South Korea and other countries before it, China was improv上海千花网
ing its people’s living standards through education, trade, infrastructure investment and technologies.
上海千花网品茶微信”These feats mean China will inevitably close its gap with developed countries,” Hu said. “But
it does not mean China wants to or is capable of challenging the US’s global dominance.”
Historically, China’s technological rise was not an issue that troubled the US, he said, b上海千花网
ecause the US maintained its lead role by attracting the best talent from around the world to fuel its STI efforts – p
ushing new frontiers, making ne上海千花网品茶微信w products and climbing up the industrial value chain.
Nuclear Power Group, a leading Chinese nuclear power equipment producer, said huge market d
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Both Zheng and He believe nuclear power will play a larger role in China’s green ene
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Zheng said nuclear energy is the only form of energy that can provide carbon-free and lar
e-scale stable power, compared with other forms of clean energy, such as wind and solar power.上海419论坛品茶微信
He said nuclear energy could also be a disrupter for energy services in
heating, hydrogen, desalination and other new applications in China beyond electricity.上海419论坛
The institute is also working on application of digital technologies within the whole life cycle of a nuclear power pl
ant, combined with artificial intelligence, to maintain and ensure safety and reliability.
上海419论坛品茶微信Shanghai, Sanya and Beijing are the top-ranked leisure cities in Ch
ina, according to a report jointly published by the National Academy of Economic Strategy an
d Tourism Research Center of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on Monday.上海419论坛
The evaluation for the ranking covers 290 cities in the country foc
used on several aspects, including city image, eco environment, leisure lives and tourism.上海419论坛品茶微信
According to the report, Zhuhai ranked fourth on the top 10 list, followed by Shenzhen, Qingdao, Xiamen, Hangzhou, Xi’a
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Cities in the eastern region do significantly better than those in western re
gions when referring to city image, leisure and consumption. While it comes to leisu上海419论坛品茶微信
re environment, eastern cities show less competition compared to those in northern and central regions.
h big potential, particularly in boosting consumption and improving people’s livelihoods,” Li said.
上海千花坊女神会所At the same time, market oversight will be strengthened. Market players and individuals who are black
listed may be punished by multiple agencies. Such efforts will help protect the rights and interests of consumers.
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as much attention as the consumption of goods and tourism because it contributes to im
proving people’s livelihoods and countering downward pressure on the economy,” Li said.
上海千花坊女神会所Central authorities call it second such insult, urge restoration of order in HK
The central government lambasted radical protesters in Hong Kong on Sunda
y for blatantly trampling on the national dignity and the principle of “one country, two systems”.
A spokesperson for the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council made the rem上海千花坊
arks in response to an illegal assembly on Saturday in which some radical protesters removed the nati
onal flag from a flagpole near Tsim Sha Tsui Star Ferry Pier and tossed it into the harbor.
上海千花坊女神会所Their act constitutes a violation of the National Flag and National Emblem Ordinance in Hong Kong, and a blatant affro
nt to the national dignity and the principle of “one country, two systems”, the spokesperson said.
It also hurt the feelings of the Chinese people, including the people of Hong Kong, the spokesperson added.
The spokesperson of the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Hong Kong Spe上海千花坊
cial Administrative Region said it was the second time the nation’s dignity was trampled by radical pr
otesters who besieged the liaison office building and defaced the national emblem on July 21.
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ordance with the law, the spokesperson said, reiterating the central government’s support for the SAR go
vernment and police to strictly enforce the law to punish lawbreakers and restore order.
Strong criticism 上海千花坊女神会所poured in from various sectors of Hong Kong after a weeke
nd of violence rocked the city, paralyzing traffic and disrupting business in many areas.