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China this year has had one of its best summer harvests in recent years, and an overall good harve

st of grain is likely for the whole year, the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs said on Friday.上海后花园

Total grain production for the summer reached nearly 142 billion kilograms, an increase of 2.1 percent com

上海后花园品茶微信pared with last year and the same level as 2017, the year with a historically high summer yie

ld, said Wei Baigang, head of the development and planning department at the ministry.

Meanwhile, grain to be harvested in the fall is growing normally. The sprea上海后花园

d of the crop-eating fall armyworm, a species that entered China from Southeast Asia in Jan

上海后花园品茶微信uary, has decelerated, laying a foundation for an overall good harvest this year, he said.

Despite favorable signs, natural disasters such as drought and flooding, whic

h have seriously affected many areas, pose obstacles for a good fall harvest, which上海后花园

usually accounts for about 75 percent of the total grain production in China, Wei said.

上海后花园”The ministry will not spare any effort to protect crop production for the summer…. It will try its best to guide local au

thorities to prevent and control fall armyworms. It will work with related departments to closely watch fluctuations of d上海后花园品茶微信

rought and flooding, carry out emergency plans in a timely way in case of need and intensify oversight for im

上海后花园品茶微信plementation of disaster-relief measures to ensure another good harvest this year,” Wei said.

In addition to grains such as wheat and rice, production of other ma

jor agricultural products such as beef, mutto上海后花园n, aquatic products and milk also inc

reased in the first half of the year, resulting in adequate supply and stable prices, he said.

With increased agricultural production, China’s international trade in agricu

上海后花园品茶微信lture kept growing in the first half of the year. China imported 416 billion yuan ($60.5 b

illion) worth of agricultural products in the first five months and exported 208 billio

n yuan worth of agricultural products, an increase of 14 percent and 4 percent year-on-year, Wei said.

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This year’s distinguished上海龙凤e speakers who deliver

ed the opening addresses include Ong Ye Kung, Singapore Education Minister and co-chairp

上海龙凤女神会所erson of the Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council; Ma Xingrui, governor of Guangdong provi

nce and Zhou Yawei, director-general of Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City administrative com

mittee. Zhong Manying, commercial minister counselor of Embassy of China in Singapore attended the forum.上海龙凤

Ong Ye Kung hoped for SSKF to continue to serve as a high-end strate

上海龙凤女神会所gic dialogue platform for Singapore-Guangdong cooperation, positioning SSGKC to be one

of the leading projects among Sino-Singapore bilateral collaborations with its uniqueness in software cooperation.

Zhou Yawei also recognized SSGKC’s achievement of transforming itself into a large-scale and high-profile city of techn

ology and innovation. SSKF has also earned its credit of bridging ideas and minds in the past years. SSGKC is belie上海龙凤

ved to have reached greater heights with its new identity as a nation-level bilateral collaborative project.

Themed “Forging New Frontiers – All-round Opening Up and Innovation-driven Develo上海龙凤女神会所

pment”, this year’s forum aims to tap on the collective intelligence of think tank experts and business lead

上海龙凤ers from China and Singapore, to explore hot trending topics and embark on panel discussions regarding the future collaborations and developments betw

een China and Singapore. An estimate of 250 guests from Singapore and China have attended the Forum.上海龙凤女神会所

Two thematic panel sessions took place right after the opening ceremony and the sessions

上海龙凤were themed respectively as “The Collaboration and Development Strategies between China and Singapore in th

e New Era of All-Round Opening up” and “High Quality Development, Reform and Innovation”. Invited guests from Chin上海龙凤女神会所

a and Singapore adopted a three-prong approach (political, business and academic) when tackling these themes and

their discussions primarily revolved around the development in Greater Bay Area of Guangdong, Hong Kong and Mac上海龙凤女神会所

ao, as well as Guangdong’s competitive advantage in the Belt and Road Initiative. They also took to explore h

ow China and Singapore can promote collaborations in the new era, and bring about hig上海龙凤

h quality development, reform and innovation to highlight the unique role that SSGKC plays throughout this process.

上海龙凤女神会所This year’s forum is hosted by SSGKC, organized by SSGKC’s Center of Excellence for Softw

are Transfer (CEST), and co-organised by Business China and SSGKC Investment and Development Co Ltd.

The forum also serves as a follow-up to the Singapore-Guangdong Collaboration Council 9th meeting th上海龙凤

at took place on the morning of Aug 24, 2018 in Singapore, which was co-chaired by Mini

ster Ong Ye Kung and Governor Ma Xingrui. They have also witnessed the signing of several collaborative memo上海龙凤女神会所

randums of understanding and strategic partnership agreements between Gu

angdong and Singapore in areas related to artificial intelligence, smart travel and talents training.

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At the event, trending上海后花园ere explored during pa

anel discussions regarding future cooperation and development between the two countries, the organizers said.

An estimated 250 guests from Singapore and China attended, following the Singapore-Gu上海后花园品茶微信

angdong Collaboration Council’s ninth meeting, which was held the morning of the same day.

A series of agreements were signed during the meeting.

上海后花园Among them was a memorandum of understanding for the develo

pment of an international artificial intelligence innovation center funded by TUS Fina

ncial Group from China and Ascendas-Singbridge Group from Singapore.上海后花园

In response to the Chinese government’s drive to create an international in

上海后花园品茶微信dustry innovation hub in the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, the center is pl

anned to be built at the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City and leverage its research and develo

pment resources to achieve breakthroughs in core chip technologies, local officials said.上海后花园

The Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City is located in the Guangzhou Development District.

上海后花园品茶微信The Guangzhou Development District Talent Work Group and the East Asian Institute at Natio

nal University of Singapore also signed a strategic cooperation agreement during the meeting.

Both parties agreed to enhance connectivity to create an intern上海后花园

ationally renowned think tank brand together, by pooling the ideas of experts, planning re

上海后花园search and holding a series of activities such as forums, meetings and seminars to promote exchanges.

The projects are expected to contribute to the kn

owledge city’s sustainable growth and join its already considerable facilities.上海后花园品茶微信

The China National Intellectual Property Administration

has established a patent examination cooperation center within the knowledge c

ity. The facility contributed one-fifth of the total number of annual patent examinations processed in China.上海后花园品茶微信

In addition, SSGKC is also the first in China to set up a national-level Belt and Road Intellectual Property Services Center.

Together with an IP-dedicated court and provincial centers for IP protection上海后花园品茶微信

and services, the facilities have helped SSGKC create a comprehensive IP system.

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Most were workers a 上海千花网mation, known for meg

egahit stories featuring high school girls, with places feat

ured in the stories even becoming “pilgrimage sites” for fans. 上海千花网品茶微信

Japan’s Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took to Twitter to express his horror. “It’s so dre

adful that I’m lost for words,” he wrote. “I pray for those who passed away.”

 上海千花网品茶微信The fire department said it began receiving calls about the fire around 10:3

am. The blaze started in the three-story building in Japan’s ancient capital after the

suspect sprayed an unidentified liquid accelerant, Kyoto prefectural police and fire officials said. 上海千花网

Kyoto Animation’s president, Hideaki Hatta, told reporters “there have been emails with death threats”, without givin

 上海千花网品茶微信g further details. He said the gutted building was “the core of the company”, which has produced several well-known t

elevision anime series including The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya and K-ON!

In China, Kyoto Animation’s Doraemon and Crayon Shin-chan series are well known. 上海千花网

“It’s unbearable that those who have led Japan’s animation industry were hurt and lost their lives,” Hatta said.

 上海千花网品茶微信A witness who saw the suspect being approached by police told Japanese netw

orks that the man admitted spreading gasoline and setting a fire with a ligh

ter. She told NHK public television that the man had burns on his arms and legs and that he was angrily complaining tha 上海千花网

t something of his had been “stolen”, possibly by the company. NHK footage also sh

owed sharp knives police had found at the scene, though it was not clear if they belonged to the suspect. 上海千花网品茶微信

Survivors said the attacker was not their colleague

and that he was screaming “(You) die!” when he dumped the liquid and star 上海千花网

ted the fire, according to Japanese media reports. They said some survivors were splashed with the liquid.

Kyoto Animation, better known as KyoAni, was founded in 1981 上海千花网品茶微信

as an animation and comic book production studio, and its hits include Lucky Star. Th

e company does not have a major presence outside Japan, though it was hired fo

r secondary animation work on a 1998 Pokemon feature and a Winnie the Pooh video seen abroad.

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When I was in fourth 上海夜网idn’t understand why

he river running through our village suddenly turned black. I only knew that I wasn’t allowed to swim in it anymore,” she recalled.

“I later found out that this was caused by factories disch

 上海夜网女神会所arging sewage into the waters. But back then, the villagers, including my

parents, thought that such a practice was normal. I even played with trash, collected it and burned it for fun.” 上海夜网

Zhou worked as a civil servant in Shanghai after getting a bachelor’s degree in Chinese literature from Fudan Univ

ersity. While working this job, she had the chance to embark on her first overseas trip to Tasmania, Australia. 上海夜网女神会所

There, when faced with pristine scenes of n

ature, she finally understood the magnitude of the pollution problem at home. 上海夜网

“It was in Tasmania where I learned that leaves should not be cover

 上海夜网ed in dust, that the sky should be blue, that the water should be clear,” she said.

The trip sparked something within her, and she resigned from her job as soon as she returned, joining a

n environmental protection organization to protect bar-headed geese at the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. 上海夜网女神会所

Two years later, in 2013, Zhou followed her husband to the United States, where he was accepte

 上海夜网d into Harvard Medical School. There, she continued to work at various nonprofit organizations.

Eager to learn more about how environmental protection organizations operate, Zhou applied for a master’s degree program at

Harvard Kennedy School in 2015. In her application letter, Zhou expressed that she was determined to re 上海夜网女神会所

turn to Shanghai after graduation to create an organization aimed at helping people live in an e

nvironmentally friendly way. She went on to study at the institution on a full scholarship.

 上海夜网女神会所Despite friends advising her to begin her career in the United States after graduation, Zhou made good on her promise

and returned to Shanghai in 2016. However, she was sidetracked from her original plan and ended up doing bus

iness related to organic food. It was only when she attempted to sell her organ

ic produce in a residential neighborhood in 2018 that she was reminded of her initial calling. 上海夜网女神会所

While chatting with the head of the neighborhood committee, she learned that in Ma

rch that year the Shanghai municipal government released a plan to implement household waste sorting.

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Concerned about the上海龙凤1314nancial fallout after

aggressive recruitment efforts have been made by UK universities to attract non-European students.

Meanwhile, favorable policies were announced by the UK’s Department for Education上海龙凤1314

, such as allowing international students to stay up to one year after their study visas expire.

上海龙凤1314女神会所According to the 2019 survey conducted by higher education marketing company QS, which covered more

than 75,000 students and 71 universities from around the world, 77 percent of prospective inte上海龙凤1314

rnational students claim that extending the post-study leave period for the UK’s visa offer to one year would incr

上海龙凤1314女神会所ease the likelihood of them studying in the UK. And 54 percent of students stated that feeling welcome as an inte

rnational student is one of the five important factors they consider when choosing a university.

However, Zerzan says the major reason for the UK being one of the fav上海龙凤1314

orite destinations for Chinese overseas students is that British education has a trad

ition of innovation by linking academic foundations with the needs of industry. This helps to instill in its grad上海龙凤1314女神会所

uates a need for continuous learning, an innovative and entrepreneurial approach to life as well as

strong practical and relevant skills that are appreciated by employers globally.

Zerzan adds that many foreign universities aim to recruit Ch上海龙凤1314

inese students for short-term financial gains, which might result in a mismatc

h in partners, poorer research output and possible frustrations on both sides.上海龙凤1314女神会所

And he also points out that international student mobility is not just about economic funding.

“The environment now is one where there is a mass flow of students上海龙凤1314

and lecturers – a mass flow of knowledge – and the UK has to engage in that so Chinese stud

ents are among the top academic performers and contribute greatly to scholarly ex上海龙凤1314女神会所

change and academic research and development within the UK education sectors,” he says.

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Even top-draw上海千花网are under the microscope, as t

 their cars have a 155-kilometer range deficit compared to the lower-tier 2020 versions at a price that’

s 30,000 yuan higher. Other buyers worry about the depreciation risks in these rapid updates.上海千花网

However, He Xiaopeng, chairman of Xpeng, said in a microblog cite

上海千花网品茶微信d by International Financial News these demands are unfair to the company. When

consumers compare the bare prices of the two types, He claimed, 2019 model buyers got lots of subsidies.上海千花网

An insider from Xpeng Motors told the newspaper the company started to promote a favorable poli

上海千花网cy by the end of May giving a total of 20,000 yuan to each consumer, and earlier buyers of 2019 G3 mode

ls affected by the government’s subsidy-cutting scheme have also been covered by the policy.

上海千花网品茶微信Therefore, the actual price paid by 2019 G3 buyers is comparatively lower than the 2020 G3 prices, the source added.

Xpeng Motors is not an exceptional case amid fast growth in the electric ve

hicle industry. In March, Tesla’s decision to adjust prices down also roused early bu上海千花网

yers’ anger, asking the company to subsidize the price difference or cooperate with them to return their cars.

But a lawyer interviewed by International Financial News said no legal ground exists to support these buyers’ requests.

上海千花网品茶微信Sun Shaojun, a motoring analyst, said Xpeng’s case represents a new

normal for the sector, as the electric vehicle industry sees exponentially faster development.

What makes Pablo Picasso such a quintessential 20th-century artist? It’s partly down to the visual ground he broke w上海千花网品茶微信

ith his Cubist painting, but some also has to do with the fact his interests extended far beyond painting.

Picasso’s innovations in perspective and technique dazzled the art wo上海千花网

rld for decades, paving the way for many of the important artistic movements of the last century.

As art historians and critics emphasize the visual ground he broke with his Cubist painting, Picasso’s poetry and oth上海千花网品茶微信

er written works are often overlooked in discussions of his long and varied career.

The artist did not begin to write until the age of 53. His literary endeavors上海千花网

resulted in hundreds of poems with a unique fusion of words and visual imagery.

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ollision of thought: Colleg 娱乐地图view cultural China

“Over the past 5,000 years, history has recorded the rise and fall of kingd

oms and dynasties. One hundred and fifty years ago, the West conquered the world but 娱乐地图女神会所

failed to conquer the hearts of Chinese. Now, Uncle Sam is seeking unilateralism by abandoning world ord

 娱乐地图女神会所ers since World War II, but they encountered resistance all over the world, especially from China,” said Wang Yao

heng, one of 12 contestants in the annual English Speech Contest held by the College of Liberal Arts & Law of Da

lian Minzu University on June 28. He made no secret of his admiration of Chinese culture. 娱乐地图女神会所

“After being informed of the speech contest, I was very excited about it. As a Chinese youth, I long for

an opportunity to express my love for the culture of our motherland. In addition, this is also a figh 娱乐地图

t back to those who turn a deaf ear to both affairs at home and abroad. I want to tell them that we college students are no

t a “spoiled generation, we are not the kind of know-nothing-but-pleasure” generation, Wang said. 娱乐地图女神会所

The contestants were ethnically diverse, and expressed their reverence to traditional Chinese culture and great pride

 娱乐地图for the social and economic achievements made by Chinese people in the past several decades. The recognition o

f Chinese cultural identity among young students from different ethnic groups reache

d a record high against the background of the global trade war and unilateralism triggered by the US. 娱乐地图

However, as to the role of Chinese traditional culture in the modern era, students’ views varied.

Some believe that Chinese culture is still as vibrant as it used t 娱乐地图女神会所

o be, while others see that Chinese culture needs to remember its traditions.

Tong Fei, a contestant, said that the absence of filial piety among members of the younger generation has become a crue 娱乐地图

l reality. For instance, the notion of “raising children for old age” is no longer accepted. Increasingly, more people no lo

nger believe that it is practical to wait for their children to take care of them in their old age. 娱乐地图女神会所

Contestant Shi Jia expressed her worries over Chinese cultural identity in the new era an

d appealed for revitalization of tradition. “Abandoning Chinese cultural identity is very dangerous. Only if we ke

ep our cultural identity, then we know who we are, and our nation will survive,” she said.

Contestant Lin Wanlu was adamant in her criticism of a pro-western attitude in C

hina. She advocated that Chinese should first try their best to dig out and digest

their own culture, and then extend the wisdom of Chinese traditional culture as a treasure to the world.

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Titled Thinking of the Se上海夜生活ades of History at My

the exhibition is named after one of the paintings on show by reno

wned artist Chen Yifei. The showcase opened on June 21 and will end on Sept 8.上海夜生活品茶微信

About 200 works of art are on display at the show, including oil paintin

上海夜生活gs, Chinese ink paintings, prints, sketches, sculptures, political posters and New Year

posters, many of which are iconic images that used to appear in textbooks and other publications.

According to Chen Lyusheng, curator of the exhibition and deputy director of the art theory co上海夜生活品茶微信

mmittee under the China Artists Association, the Long Museum’s collection of New China art started be

上海夜生活cause of the personal interests of the founders of the museum, Wang Wei and Liu Yiqian.

The couple established the first Long Museum in Pudong in

2012 before opening the second one, the Long Museum West Bund in Xuhui district, in 20上海夜生活品茶微信

14. Two other branches of the museum opened in Chongqing in 2016 and Wuhan in 2018.

上海夜生活Chen Lyusheng notes that while Liu has always been collecting classical Chinese art, hi

s wife Wang has instead been focusing on collecting New China art from 1949 onward.

“Long Museum has gained a special position in the field of modern Chinese art since上海夜生活品茶微信

1949, having accumulated a unique collection of art because of Wang Wei’s personal enthusiasm,” he says.

上海夜生活Wang began collecting revolutionary art in 2003 after she bought a paint

ing titled Hard Times by Zhang Hongxiang at an auction. The artwork depicts Chairman Ma

o Zedong standing among Red Army soldiers in the mountainous area of Jinggangshan.上海夜生活品茶微信

Following that purchase, Wang went on to amass a collection of more than 100 paintin

上海夜生活gs from the period before presenting an exhibition at the Shanghai Art Museum in 2009. The collection cu

rrently has about 300 artworks that have been presented in exhibitions in Shanghai and Chongqing.

According to Liang Jiang, the head of the research institute of Gua上海夜生活品茶微信

ngzhou Academy of Fine Arts in Guangdong province, the Long Museum’s art col

上海夜生活品茶微信lection is so impressive that he often has to borrow their works for exhibitions.

“I was one of the curators of a major exhibition of Guangdong art, and we had to borrow some paintings, including imp

ortant pieces depicting Chairman Mao in the countryside, from the Long Museum,” he says.

“I see that the collection at the Long Museum is making up for th

e deficiency of national art collections in State-owned institutions. I believe the Long Museum is le

ading a good trend that is worthy of praise. I know how difficult it is to achieve this.”

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pital successfully transpl娱乐地图from baby into wom

Doctors in Hubei province have successfully transplanted kidneys

from a prematurely born donor baby into a 47-year-old woman suffering from kidney failure.娱乐地图女神会所

The donor weighed only 1.3 kilograms, the lightest kidney donor ever reported, Wuhan Union Hospital said on Wednesday.

娱乐地图The woman, surnamed Wang, from Duchang county, Jiangxi province, was diagnos

ed with uremia in June last year and transplant surgery performed a month later.

Without the transplant, she would have had to rely on blood dialysis for the rest of her life.娱乐地图女神会所

The kidneys used in the surgery were from a baby born prematurely

娱乐地图, whose parents decided to donate the organs after the infant died, the hospital said.

Following a year of follow-up treatment, the baby’s kidneys, which were between 3 and 4 centimeters long when tran娱乐地图

splanted, have grown to 6.9 cm and 7.6 cm in the patient’s body, closer to the usual size of 10 cm for an adult.

娱乐地图女神会所The two kidneys are functioning normally and Wang’s health has recovered, the hospital said.

Transplant surgeries using kidneys donated by infants are

very difficult compared with kidneys donated by adults. Generally, infants that weigh less th娱乐地图

an 5 kg are not considered as sources of organs for transplant surgeries abroad, the hospital said.

娱乐地图女神会所Wang Zhendi, a transplant surgeon in the hospital and the woman’s do

ctor, said the blood vessels and ureter, a tube that carries urine from the kidney to the ur

inary bladder, are very thin in infants’ kidneys. This makes precise surgery very difficult, with higher chances of post-surgery complications. It is also more di

fficult for such kidneys to function in an adult’s body as they are not fully developed.娱乐地图

“The less the weight of the donor, the slower the kidney recovers functioning in the body where it is transplanted,” he said.

Although an adult can survive with just one kidney, usually two ki娱乐地图女神会所

dneys are transplanted from an infant to improve the chances of a healthy outcome, he said.

The success of the surgery means sources for kidney transplant surgeries can be expanded to inclu娱乐地图

de infant donors. This will ease the gap between the number of organs donated and the number of patie

娱乐地图女神会所nts with terminal kidney disease waiting for transplant surgery in China, the hospital said.

In Wuhan Union Hospital alone, more than 500 registered patients wit

h kidney failure are waiting for suitable organs for transplantation, the hospital said.

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