nt with countries that commit to its equipment. And this may po nt to a reasonable solution as it offers a way out for international partners in the West, which h ave been caught in the middle of the US-waged campaign against Huawei, to cooperate with the Chinese company. The security of 5G networks is a technical issue, and it should be addressed as such. Security prin ciples should be based on verifiable facts and technical data rather than ideology or a vendor’s country of origin. However, judging by its ill treatment of Huawei since last year, t he US will continue with its persecutionRead More →

ade negotiations. Many are in non-tradable sectors such as property develop ment, infrastructure, or concrete. Others are basically public utilities in telecoms or power. Some Chinese car companies are State-owned, usually by provincial govern ments, but the car business in China is very highly competitive and foreign brands are very successful. In any case, the continuing growth of an already large private sector should alleviate foreign concerns about competing with State-owned companies. During the George W. Bush administration, the US imposed tarif fs on Chinese steel, arguing that State-owned companies had an unfair advantage. But, US ste el companies also face higher costs because ofRead More →

Chinese economy can reach its indicative growth target of 6-6.5 percent in 2019. Lower growth rate may mean more room for adjustment Most Chinese economists seem quite comfortable with this targeted range. One explanati on is that China’s potential growth rate is 6-6.5 percent, and a target should be set accordingly. Another is that a lower growth rate would give the economy more room for structural adjustment. From 1978 to 2008, China averaged an impressive 9.5 percent annual g rowth rate. Then the global financial crisis struck, causing growth to plummet from 9.7 p ercent in the third quarter of 2008 to 6.6 percent inRead More →

 reality, artificial intelligence, virtual reality and human-computer interaction-scenes are create d based on ancient Chinese classics, such as the Classic of Mountains and Seas, in which mythical an imals appear in forests, lightning flashes, thunder rumbles, wind blows and rain pours. Visitors can experience primeval nature in a part of the exhibition developed by the Beijing World Horticultural Expo Co ordination Bureau and the Chinese Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Automation. In addition, visitors can experience what it’s like to ride in an autonomous vehicle. Three driv erless vehicles developed by Baidu-two with eight seats and one with four seats-offer rides in the park. qianhuain.comRead More →

 future for mankind in his speech at the headquarters of the United ations in September 2015, and in his report for the 19th National Congress of the Communist Par ty of China in October 2017, Xi has pledged on different occasions to build a peaceful, safe, prosperous, open, inc lusive, clean and beautiful world to let the sunshine of a community of shared future for mankind illuminate the world. The world, which is going through a phase of adjustment that fea tures huge development and fundamental changes, faces great and unfamiliar turbulent situ ations — the overall trends of peace and development are irreversible, whileRead More →

 in fact a type of aluminum alloy that can be used to imitate the shape of traditional Chinese a rchitecture at a low cost. It is an example of how modern technology is applied at the ex hibition,” Li Liang, a designer of the pavilion, was quoted by Beijing Daily as saying. By installing rainwater collection devices on the roofs and tanks beneath the pavili on, a mini ecological circulation has been created by gathering rainwater to irrigate the terraced fields. Shen Yanyan, who camea with her family from Jiangxi province for a visit, said that although she didn’t know much about design, she feltRead More →

tiative for a very long time, Astle has identified many opportunities provided by the BRI and some great projects are already successfully being implemented with Chinese partners. The world’s only medicine treating spinal muscular atrophy (SMA) is entering the Chinese market, it was announced Sunday. The drug is registered under the name Spinraza in the United States and European Union. Available in more than 40 countries and regions, Spinraza is expected to bring new hope for those who living with SMA, a genetic disorder that affects muscle control, in China. SMA affects between one in 6,000 and one in 10,000 in China, a nd aboutRead More →

 an independent choice based on the objective need of the country’s reform and development. This is helpful in promoting high-quality growth, meeting the people’s need s for a better life and promoting peace, stability and development of the world, he said. China also hopes that other countries will create a good investment environment, treat Chinese enterpris es, students and scholars equally and create a friendly environment for their normal international exchange activities, Xi said. Xi pledged to take stronger measures to promote international cooperation in protecting intellectual pro perty, which he said is not only crucial to protecting the legal rights of companies but alsoRead More →

tting due remuneration, very few employees use the Labor Law to defend their rights, because it is not easy for them to seek legal redress for their grievan ces. For example, workers spend a lot of time and money to furnish effective proof that they were asked to work a nd indeed worked overtime. By so doing, they could even lose their job – as employers could sack them for poor performance. Interesti2365zuchewangcn-/ngly, Liu Qiangdong, founder and CEO of JD.com, used his WeC hat account to say he now follows a “8116+8” schedule (8 am to 11 pm, six days a week, and 8 hoursRead More →

The ongoing China-led international collaboration project Tianq in, a space-based gravitational wave detection syste m scheduled to be completed by 2035, is expected to significantly improve unders tanding of major cosmic phenomena, including black holes, scientists said. Tianqin uses the Chinese words tian, meaning sk y or heavens, and qin, meaning stringed musical instrument. It will consist of three satellites forming an equilater al triangle around Earth at an orbit of 100,000 kilometers. Tianqin will work to detect gravitational waves, whic h scientists theorize are ripples in the fabric of space-time caused by violen t cosmic events, such as colliding black holes, supernovas and evenRead More →