Month: July 2019

Hufbauer also said that 上海会所ere is a trickle, not a floo

of departures” of foreign companies to other countries, adding that reworking their supply chains in China or exiting is costly.

Foreign Ministry spokesman Geng Shuang said on Tuesday that the US allegation tha 上海会所品茶微信

t China wants to make a deal because of an economic slowdown is “entirely misleading”.

 上海会所”China is not the only one that wants to conclude a trade deal. The US wants it, too,

” Geng said at a regular news conference. “American people, especially consum

ers, strongly oppose the trade war and the additional tariffs on Chinese goods. Their voice speaks volumes.” 上海会所品茶微信

Stephen Roach, one of Wall Street’s leading authorities on Asia,

 上海会所suggested in an interview that China is in no rush to cut a trade deal with the US.

“I think they’re going to stay cautious on moving aggressively to cut a deal out of the fear of a weak e

conomy, as President Trump would like us to believe,” he said Monday on CNBC’s Trading Nation. 上海会所

The senior fellow at Yale University said he was in China last week

 上海会所品茶微信 and the general sense was that the economy was slowing in the manufacturing sector.

“The larger, more rapidly growing services sector was likely to provide a source of resilience,” he said.

China’s services sector, which contributed 54.9 percent to the country’s total GDP, rose 7 percent in the first half, surpa 上海会所

ssing a 3 percent increase in primary industry and a 5.8 percent rise in secondary industry, officials said on Mon

day. Primary industries extract raw materials, while secondary industries make products from those materials.

 上海会所品茶微信Simon Lester, associate director of the Herbert A. Stiefel Center for

Trade Policy Studies at the Cato Institute in Washington, said, “I don’t think the latest Chi

na GDP numbers have changed the calculation for either side in how to approach the current trade war.” 上海会所

Craig Allen, president of the US-China Business Council, said that in a global eco

nomy where nations are interconnected, any slowdown in China’s econ 上海会所品茶微信

omy will have global implications, including for US exporters and investors in China.

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Komatsu grabbed the o上海千花网d worked very hard.

I spent over three hours a day practicing, but to be a clapper talk artist, per

formers must first memorize the lines, talk with rhythm, and gradually increase speed,” he上海千花网

says. To fully understand the lines, foreign performers have to learn a lot about Chinese culture.

上海千花网女神会所After graduating from the university in 2016, Komatsu first tried his han

d at business but failed. So, he worked as a Japanese teacher in a language training school.

Despite the pressure of work and life, Komatsu performs clapper talk with his teacher a上海千花网女神会所

nd fellow senior apprentices in theaters, communities, campuses and parks, though most of the performances are free.

Now, in his team, there are performers from Japan, Germany, Sweden and Britain.

上海千花网In August 2018, Komatsu decided to go back to Japan. However, he returned to Beijing half a year later.

Explaining why he came back, he says: “I missed my f

riends, Chinese culture and food too much, and life would be boring without them.”上海千花网女神会所

Komatsu has now decided to spend the rest of his life in China and continue with his hobby.

上海千花网He says: “I hope more Japanese will visit and learn more about China, so as to strengthen the friendship between the two countries.”

What makes Pablo Picasso such a quintessential 20th-century artist? It’s partly down to the visual ground he b上海千花网

roke with 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 world for d上海千花网女神会所

ecades, 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, Picass上海千花网

o’s poetry and other 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 r上海千花网女神会所

esulted 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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Conductor Yu Long chose Chinese composer Chen Qigang’s violin concerto, La Joie de la Sou

ffrance (The Joy of Suffering) to appear on his new album with the Shanghai Symphony Orc上海千花坊

hestra, Gateways. But Yu’s first encounter with Chen was not exactly harmonious.

上海千花坊Yu wanted to perform one of Chen’s compositional works during the

Beijing Music Festival, an annual classical music festival held in the capital, which Yu fou

nded in 1998 and of which he was artistic director from 1998 to 2018. However, Chen said no. Instead, the co

上海千花坊女神会所mposer floated the idea of having a concert where the repertoires were all written by him.

“Usually a concert featuring work written by one composer is held to commemorate them after death. It did not seem like a good i

dea to me back then,” recalls Yu. “However, after listening to Chen’s work, I changed my mind. The concert was s上海千花坊

uccessful and I told Chen immediately after the concert how touched I was by his music.”

上海千花坊女神会所On the latest album, entitled Gateways, the first recording of the Shanghai Sy

mphony Orchestra signed it signed to Deutsche Grammophon label in June 2018, Yu, the co

nductor and artistic director of the 140-year-old orchestra, selected two of Chen’s works to feature the album: the v

iolin concerto, La joie de la sufferance and Wu Xing (The Five Elements).上海千花坊女神会所

“When we discussed the programs for the orchestra’s first album with DG, we all agreed to tell Chinese stories through mu

上海千花坊sic. An important mission of the album is to bridge the gap between traditional Chinese culture and an in

ternational audience,” says Yu. “Chen’s work is frequently played worldwide and enjoyed by people from different c

ultures. He has a unique way of combining traditional Chinese philosophy with Western music. You can fee

l his incredible imagination in his music, therefore, it was among the first we chose.上海千花坊女神会所

Under the baton of Yu, the China Philharmonic performed Chen’

s music during the concert in 2002, including Wu Xing (The Five Elements) and Iris De

上海千花坊女神会所voilee, as well as a world premiere of Chen’s Reflet d’un Temps Disparu for erhu (a bowed two-string instrument) and

orchestra, which was adapted from the composer’s piece with the same title originally written for cello and orchestra.

Since then, Yu has led China’s symphony orchestras in performing Chen’s work worldwide.

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The body of the missing girl taken by two tenants in her home in Hangzhou was found

at sea in Shipu county, Ningbo, at around 3 pm on Saturday, Metropolitan Express reported.上海龙凤1314

A member of the search and rescue team said a person fishing at sea found the body near Yushan Island, 30 kilometers away from the girl’s last known location.

上海龙凤1314女神会所”I just got the news that my daughter has left the world and gone to

heaven. We don’t have chance to be father and daughter in this life. I hope she will be my daug

hter in the next life and I can take care of her,” the girl’s father wrote on a social media account.上海龙凤1314

The 9-year-old girl, Zhang Zixin, had lived with her grandparents in Qingxi village in Chun’an county of East China’s Zhejian

上海龙凤1314女神会所g province. The two tenants, surnamed Liang and Xie, took the girl away on the morning of July 4, saying they wo

uld attend a wedding ceremony in Shanghai. On July 7, they didn’t return home as promised and lost contact with the family.上海龙凤1314

On July 8, the couple committed suicide in Ningbo, a city in Zhejiang. The girl was nowhere to be found.

The girl’s resident card was found along the Xiangshan coastline in Ning

上海龙凤1314女神会所bo by search and rescue staff on Wednesday night, Qianjiang Evening News reported.

Resident card issued by Hangzhou authorities can be used to t

ravel on buses and subways or to access social security services or in libraries and parks.

Hundreds of people including Xiangshan police and civili上海龙凤1314

an rescue teams have taken part in the search on the sea and nearby mountains.

上海龙凤1314女神会所As more details of the case were dug out by domestic media, people found it hard to understand the motive of the tenants.

They arrived in Qingxi village from South China’s Guangdong province in the middle of June and stayed in a 7 Days Inn for half a month.

Starting from June 29, they rented a room at the girl’s grandparents’ house. They acted politel上海龙凤1314

y and nicely, usually inviting the whole family to have dinner together and bought snacks and toys for the girl.

上海龙凤1314女神会所Later, they said they would go to Shanghai to attend their

friend’s wedding and wanted to invite the girl to be the flower girl and tour the city with them.

The girl’s father, who works in North China’s Tianjin, didn’t agree when the grandp

arents asked for his opinion. The girl and the two tenants persuaded the grandmother and got the nod

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Exploring challenges 上海千花坊ities in healthcare

To explore further the challenges and huge opportunities in this area, the Novartis Fou

ndation and Microsoft are co-chairing a new Broadband Commission working group that will m上海千花坊

ake recommendations regarding how AI can safely improve health and strengthen healthcare systems. In a sim

上海千花坊品茶微信ilar vein, health-advocacy organization PATH is working with the Tanzanian government to test machine-lea

rning applications that promise to predict demand for vaccines more accurately and optimize their delivery.上海千花坊

Digital health tools that inform and empower patients can also play a crucial role in p

reventing disease. Simple, existing, cost-effective technology, such as mobile phones and broadband, can ma上海千花坊品茶微信

ke a huge difference in raising awareness of the causes and early symptoms of diseases. PATH and the No

上海千花坊vartis Foundation, for example, are collaborating on the Communities for Healthy Hearts program in Vietnam, w

hich uses digital technology to improve and accelerate control of hypertension-the leading cause of heart disease.

Finally, digital technology can help to deliver healthcare to people in remote or und上海千花坊品茶微信

erserved areas, thereby tackling one of the greatest obstacles to reducing disease. Using

mobile phones, WhatsApp, and text messages can improve the quality and accessibility of care for millions of people. In this re上海千花坊品茶微信

gard, the Novartis Foundation and PATH have introduced telemedicine in Ghana, which connects rural inhabitants wi

th trained healthcare professionals, and digital dashboards that enable better, faster malaria care.上海千花坊品茶微信

Digital data must be made part of health systems

Digital data and technology must be fully integrated into national health systems, and should become as essential as hos

pital beds. Too many digital health pilot programs over the past decade have been uncoordinated and focused on sing上海千花坊

le issues. Leadership from national governments is therefore critical to ensuring a coherent approach.

Fortunately, global and country-led efforts are starting to move in this direction. Earlier this year, for example, the D上海千花坊品茶微信

emocratic Republic of the Congo established its first digital health agency, with the aspiration of improving ma

nagement of the healthcare system, providing better care, and making services more accessible.

We can solve the global health crisis and achieve universal coverage, but only by making

digital tools central to all countries’ health systems. No single organization can achieve this on its own: we

need the public, private and social sectors to work together. In fact, the goal must be to make these new technologies s

o widespread that we no longer need to refer to “digital” health, because that is what all health systems will be.

Ann Aerts is head of the Novartis Foundation, and Steve Davis is president and CEO of the Seattle-based intern

ational nonprofit organization PATH. Project Syndicate
The views don’t necessarily reflect those of China Daily.

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digital path to better h上海千花坊l leaders at the rec

ecent annual gathering of the World Health Assembly in Geneva expressed worry and optimi

sm in almost equal measure. Delegates at the assembly-the decision-making body of the World He上海千花坊

上海千花坊女神会所alth Organization-likened the scope of the world’s health crisis to that of the threat posed by climate change. They also ag

reed, however, that digital technology and data will play a crucial role in accelerating efforts to achieve health for all.上海千花坊

In many respects, the world’s health has improved markedly in recent decades: average global life expectancy has incr

eased by more than five years, while childhood mortality has declined by more than 50 percent since 1990. Yet half the wo上海千花坊

rld’s population still lacks full access to basic health services, and health-related expenses drive roughly 100 m

上海千花坊女神会所illion people into poverty every year. The problem is particularly severe in low-and middle-income countries, where the fin

ancial burden of the four most frequent non-communicable diseases alone (cardiovascular disease, cancer, dia

betes and chronic respiratory diseases) is expected to surpass $7 trillion from 2011 to 2025, according to WHO.上海千花坊

At the same time, the world is just beginning to recognize the potential of digitally enhanced data to improve health. With increased use of digital tech

上海千花坊nology, we can help people stay healthy, rather than waiting for them to get sick. We can make reactive healthcare s

ystems proactive and-thanks to artificial intelligence (AI)-even predictive.

Most cost-effective way to meet health-related SDGs上海千花坊女神会所

In our view, digital health is the most efficient, cost-effective way for the world to meet the United Nations Sustainable Develo

上海千花坊pment Goals’ health-related targets-particularly universal health coverage, whereby everyone can access the q

uality care they need without incurring financial hardship. This is also a high priority for WHO, which earlier this

year created a Department of Digital Health and published its first set of guidelines on the subject.上海千花坊

With several major global strategy-setting meetings ahead, including the UN High-Level Meeting on Universal Health Co

上海千花坊女神会所verage in New York in September, the world must act now to realize the promise of digital health. We see three dist

inct opportunities for cross-sectoral partnerships: in prediction, prevention and healthcare delivery.

Understanding-and, where possible, predicting-the health profile of populations is integral to providing better上海千花坊女神会所

care. Digitalized data collection, including through the use of AI and machine learning, can help healthcare sys

tems to detect risk factors in advance and respond quickly to prevent disease. Real-time data can inform planning and re

source-allocation decisions, reduce costs, and improve the overall quality of care. Better

processes for ensuring data security and privacy are also essential to implement predictive systems at scale.

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With the world econom 上海会所by unilateralism an

d protectionism, China will simplify procedures for both imports and exports and reduce customs clearance times, make full use

 上海会所品茶微信of statistical systems for cross-border e-commerce business and diversify the country’s export destinations.

Li said exports of high value-added mechanical and electrical products have maintained 上海会所

strong growth momentum in the first half of this year, boosted by the country’s ongoing industrial upgrading.

 上海会所品茶微信Year-on-year exports of portable computers rose by 11.4 percent, electronic passenger ca

rs rose by 91.9 percent and solar cells rose by 57.1 percent, according to customs officials, as

Chinese enterprises sought to tap more markets beyond traditional trade hubs such as the United States. 上海会所

Zhang Xiaoyi, vice-president of Guangdong-based Midea Group, one of China’s biggest home appliance manu

 上海会所品茶微信facturers, said the company has seen increasing sales in overseas markets in recent years. Last year, overseas sales rep

resented 43 percent of its total sales, and of these, half of the orders originated in economies involved in the BRI.

Trade with economies involved in the BRI outpaced total trade in the first half of this year, customs officials said, while imp 上海会所

orts from and export to BRI markets reached 4.24 trillion yuan. That represented growth of 9.7 percent year-on-y

 上海会所品茶微信ear, about 5.8 percentage points higher than overall trade growth, accounting for 28.9 of the country’s total trade.

Domestic sales also are on the rise, especially in high-tech products, given China’s industrial upgrades amid rising domestic demand.

Zhou Jialin, deputy general manager of Shengyi Technology Co, the world’s second-largest producer of copper-clad lam 上海会所

inate materials by production volume, said the city of Dongguan, Guangdong province, once was an exp

orter of low-end products. But now, export volume is not the only standard to evaluate a company’s competitiveness. 上海会所品茶微信

“Domestic demand from companies such as Huawei Technologies Co has increased, and a number of foreign com

panies have set up their factories in China to cater to domestic demand instead of exporting overseas,” Zhou said.

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The China-skeptics in the United States are at it again. This time they are using the pretext of huma

n rights violation to criticize China’s policy of combating terrorism and separatism in the Xinjiang Uygu上海419论坛

r autonomous region and improving the livelihoods of the people there. But by so doing, they have exposed their ulterior motives,

上海419论坛女神会所not least because they have no evidence to prove their allegations, and thus become the target of both ridicule and anger.

This group of people has always claimed it wants to “help” China furth

er the human rights cause while, ironically, not paying any attention to the US’ horrible hu上海419论坛

man rights record. Which makes people wonder whether the American people

上海419论坛女神会所elected those “patriots” to “make America great again”, or just to poke their nose into other countries’ internal affairs.

As we Chinese say, seeing is believing and ignorance spreads rumor. The US is thousands of kilometers away from Xinji

ang, and few of those finger-in-every-pie China-skeptics have actually visited this part of the world. Yet they ac上海419论坛女神会所

cept as true rumors about Xinjiang that some people have made it their job to spread.

vespite repeated invitations from the central and local governments to foreign dignitaries, envoys and journalists to visit Xin

jiang, the publication of ample reports, data, photographs and videos showcasing Xinjiang’s development, and the issu上海419论坛女神会所

ance of a white paper on Xinjiang’s human rights condition, those China-skeptics turn a blind eye to the facts.

上海419论坛女神会所The authors who have penned a book on the region – Xinjiang: China’s Muslim Borderland – did visi

t Xinjiang, but what they came up with are distorted versions of the situation, twisted history and pre

judice. Thus, for those who have a political agenda to serve, facts are the first thing to ignore, twist or play with.上海419论坛

Some say this is a result of differences in cultures and values. Yet since the white color is a symbol of purity in one culture and of

supremacism in another, bullying others to attribute just one meaning to a color is nothing but hegemony.上海419论坛

There is little doubt that some politicians in the US and other Western countries have an ulterior motive

behind their seeming concern for Xinjiang residents. And not surprisingly, the motive is directly li

nked with the US’ politics, ideology and global strategy. Showing a sudden interest in Xinjiang after the end of th

e Cold War, the US devised a so-called Xinjiang policy to boost its Central Asia strategy and new global strategy, one

of whose major objectives is to weaken, contain and attempt to disintegrate China.

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tral Asian hanging silk br 上海会所xhibitionpair of Cen

A gilded silver wine rhyton in the form of an antelope’s head demonstrate

s the aesthetics of the Sasanian Empire (224-651), located in today’s Iran. A gilded bronze 上海会所

standing Buddha bearing strong Greek influences is believed to have originated in what is currently Kashmir.

 上海会所Six ewers from the period reflect the common influences shared acros

s the different cultures along the Silk Road, and one of them, a 50-centimeter-tall gold

ewer, represents a tasteful blend of their styles. It is believed to have been made by the Sogdian people for a c 上海会所

ustomer looking for a piece that combined Tang, Sasanian and Central Asian influences.

“When you put them side by side, you can see their shared cultural influen

 上海会所品茶微信ces, since they employ similar shapes and images,” Pritzker says. “Patterns similar to the on

es found on the ewers can be seen in some of the silk pieces on display. Some similar images can also be found in Cave 158.

“They are closely related, but this is the first time that they can be seen together,” he adds.

According to Huo Wei, an archaeology professor from Chengdu-based Sichuan Universit 上海会所

y, the rising power of the Tubo regime in the latter half of the 9th century enabled it to build up a huge n

etwork of trade routes connecting it with the rest of China, South Asia and Central Asia. 上海会所品茶微信

“The Tubo people introduced Buddhist art from the Tang regions an

d what was today’s Nepal, along with techniques in craftsmanship for making gold and silver art

 上海会所ifacts from Persia,” Huo explains. “It amassed a huge number of silk pieces through trade, despite the fact that Tubo pe

ople never learned how to make silk, probably due to the restrictions within their natural environment.

“We like to refer to it as the Silk Road on the Plateau,” he explains. “It was an indispensable part of the ancient Silk Road.” 上海会所品茶微信

Pritzker says: “Studies of Tibetan culture around the world have largely been influen

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ced by the dominance of Buddhism, and it tends to overshadow other aspects. Nowadays, we are starting to

understand the importance of the cultural exchanges that went beyond religion.”

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