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Companies upbeat on 2-year-old new area as goals in place for development
Xiongan New Area, which was first announced two years ago, has been attracting
increasing attention from foreign companies given its huge development potential.
Located about 100 kilometers southwest of Beijing, Xiongan is aiming to become a significant part
of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei cluster, and plans to take over Beijing’s noncapital functions and pr
ovide a Chinese solution to “big city malaise”, including overcrowding, pollution and traffic congestion.
On April 1, 2017, China announced plans to establish Xiongan New Area, which an official statemen
t called “a strategy that will have lasting importance for the millennium to come, and a significant national event”.
Massimo Bagnasco, vice-president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China, said tha
t there are many opportunities for foreign companies to benefit from Xiongan.
Xiang Zuofu, a professor of wildlife conservation at Central South University of Forestr
y and Technology in Hunan province and one of the leading authors of the study, said the phenomenon called allom
aternal nursing is not unusual among mammals including humans, but it’s the first evidence in an Old World monkey.
“Without the nanny, the golden snub-nosed monkeys might have become extinct,” Xia
ng said in an interview on Friday. “Golden monkeys are conceived every two years and they bear only one bab
y a time. If there is no allomaternal nursing, the survival rate of their infants would only be 20 to 30 percent.”
However, the rate may soar to over 50 percent under natural conditions when offspring also are nursed by other female monkeys, he said.
Golden snub-nosed monkeys live in high-elevation temperate forests in Hubei, Sichuan, Shaanxi an
d Gansu provinces. The cold, five-month-long winters, with nighttime temperatures easily dropping belo
w freezing, pose great challenges for them in raising infants, as do strong seasonal changes in the availability of food.
will be bigger than before, with the planned exhibition area of 330,000 square m
eters, and will attract more exhibitors, Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan said at a news conference on Saturday.
The second CIIE will show more new products, technologies and contents in various forms, Zhong said.
Moreover, China will provide more activities and professional s
ervice facilities to provide greater sense of gain to the exhibitors, said Zhong.
hile deputies to the National People’s Congress from Henan pr
ovince had a panel discussion with President Xi Jinping on Friday, some deputies pledged to co
ntribute to building the Belt and Road as it was required by Xi during his inspection tour to the province five years ago.
Zheng Xinwei, an NPC deputy and also mayor of the provincial capital, Zhengzho
u, said the city’s door had opened wider and wider in the past five years, greatly invigorating its economic development.
need money.”Lankov is one of the few foreigners ever to study at Kim Il Sung University, the country’s most pr
estigious institution of higher learning. Today he runs the Korea Risk Group consultancy, teaches at Kookmin Uni
versity in Seoul and is considered one of the world’s experts on the inner workings of North Korea.
He says Kim and his top advisers are cold, realistic and brutally rational. They believe that nuclear weapons are the key to their survival given the fate of Moa
mmar Gaddafi, Saddam Hussein and Ukraine as well as Trump’s decision to ditch the Iran nuclear deal.
”For the North Koreans, security comes first. And they believe that their security is imperfect if they don’t have some
nuclear weapons. A reduction of nuclear weapons can be negotiated, but denuclearization is a pipe dream,” Lankov said.
Jackson, the former Defense Department official, is also unconvinced that Kim Jong Un is the reformer many hoped he would be.
Though Kim is a millennial leader educated in the West, he has n
ow been in power for seven years — during which time he’s overseen more missile and nu
clear tests than his father and grandfather combined, without “meaningful signs” of economic change.
”What is different now than the previous 30 years that makes that control-versus-opening tradeoff worthwhile?” Jackson said.
film is a reflection of a nation’s comprehensive strength.” The Guardian published an article headlined “China challenges Hollywood with own sci-fi blockbuster.”
This is in line with how people see today’s global affairs. China is making contributions to global development with its own strength and its own way.
Different from the US sci-fi blockbusters which advocate individual heroism, The Wandering Earth pro
poses China’s collective spirit. Take the climax of the movie: When all the plans to save Earth faile
d and Earth is about to hit Jupiter, many other countries, which had decided to give up, were moved and inspired by a br
ave Chinese girl. They then chose to salvage Earth from its doom together with Chines
e. Such a Chinese blockbuster presents a new appearance of sci-fi and successfully moves audiences of different countries.
Likewise, the key to improving the world’s understanding of China is to find a
n echo in each other’s hearts. Today, mankind still faces many international hot
issues, such as environmental protection, anti-terrorism and the reconstruction of the world financial o
rder. To solve these problems, we need global participation and cooperation, and China should play a constructive role.
These problems are also common challenges facing China and the US. Both Chi
na and the US should take their responsibilities. The two countries are mo
re likely to cooperate on these issues which could be the basis for building mutual trust.